Data Records 2020
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HOW WALK MAKES HEALTHY AND FIT

Walking makes us healthy. It maintains and improve our health. Walking can be done any time in a day and it requires less or no equipment. A study conducted in 2007 about inactive women depicts that even 75 minutes walk per week makes the person fit as compared to non exercising groups. Walking is a great form of physical activity …

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GROUND WATER SOURCES GENERAL REMARKS

The water that is percolated in the ground is known as groundwater.  It is brought on the surface for use. The following points need to be taken into account regarding underground sources: a) AQUIFERS The surface of each aquifers is composed of alternate pervious and impervious layers. Pervious strata are those strata through which water can easily pass while impervious strata are those …

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SURFACE WATER RESOURCES AND THEIR WATER QUALITY

SURFACE SOURCES Surface water resources includes three types of sources 1) Lakes and Streams 2) Rivers 3) Storage Reservoirs 1) LAKES AND STREAMS A natural lake is a large water body in the land. A lake is used to supply water to its nearest areas. The runoff of water that goes in the lake should be measured correctly and it …

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VIRTUAL WATER

Virtual Water is the water embodied in a product not in real sense but in virtual sense. The water required to produce a product is known as virtual water. It is also known as embedded water or exogenous water. Exogenous water is the water that the countries import in virtual sense and it is exogenous to the importing countries. In …

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EXECUTION AND EVALUATION OF WASTE ANALYSIS

EXECUTION OF WASTE ANALYSIS Execution of waste analysis is the third step in waste characterization. 1. COLLECTION OF SAMPLES The Collection team should collect the waste either by emptying the waste containers or by exchanging them with empty ones on regular intervals without informing the property holder who produce this waste to avoid his influence in changing the composition of waste. Each sample …

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SOLID WASTE ANALYSIS DESIGN AND PLANNING

The second step in waste characterization is analysis design and planning.  1. TYPE OF SAMPLING A sample is a subset of a population that represents the results of whole population. It is necessary to take the sample of waste because it is no possible to analyze the whole population. Stratified random samples must be used as much as possible. Relevant sources of waste …

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SOLID WASTE ANALYSIS

WASTE CHARACTERIZATION The first step in waste characterization is pre-investigation. 1. PRE-INVESTIGATION 1.1 BACKGROUND  INFORMATION  General Description of the Area under Investigation The area, its location and surface area should be identified. The information includes identification of Geo political areas and all the waste management data available. General Population Information  Population information includes: number of inhabitants number of households income …

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GIS DATA TYPES AND DATA MODELS

GIS stores the information in the form of thematic layers that can be linked together by geography.This presents the complexity off world inn simple form to understand the natural relationships.  GIS DATA TYPES GIS technology has two basic types of data that it use.These are: 1. SPATIAL DATA It represents the relative and absolute locations of a geographic feature. 2. ATTRIBUTE DATA It provides the …

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