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[Homework]【整理】2010-03-05 地球的起源 EarthMade—15

though there is nothing but sand and rock on the surface,under the ground beneath my feet is as much water as there is in the great lakes.
the presence of a reservoir ,even one deep underground is surprising ,given the sahara's searingly hot temperatures. in 1920,in neighbouring libya,the mercury touched 136 degrees,a record still not beaten ,but ironically ,the water is protected by the desert itself,layers of clay encase the sandstone ,the clay keeps out the harsh sun ,it also acts as a sealant,trapping the water within the rocks ,and creating pressure.fault lines in this clay are the source of the desert's famous oasis.so this is a natural spring where water is coming out from the nubian aquifer under its own pressure ,this is actually fossil water ,it's been dated to be up to a million years old.this reserve of water is a legacy of the sahara'a lush green past  .there remains of its giant lakes and rivers.and this is just one aquifer,scientists  are now using ground penetrating radar to locate and map other aquifers across the sahara .they hold the promise of even more fresh water.this new technology offers hope that the desert may once more turn green ,reclaimed for agriculture and farming .if all goes to plan ,eventually there will be 200 wells here,but drilling could prove a short-term solution
this is fossil ground water ,it's not being renewed ,so eventually ,you're going to run out,water that supported prehistoric occupants in the area ,and accumulated over a million years is potentially gonna be gone in less than a hundred
once the underground water dries up ,the desert will have to wait for another 15 thousand years before once more the earth's wobble turns it green again,the mystery of what created and changed the sahara desert has revealed  a turbulent past,whale bones in the desert shows that 40 million years ago, the sahara was a seabed ,deep ocean cores containing windblown sand reveal the date it dried up,3 million years ago ,freshwater shells show that 90 thousand years ago ,a wobble in the earth axis created giant lakes and rivers and turned the sahara green every 20 thousand years.ostrich eggshells beads indicate that just seven thousand years ago ,the sahara enjoyed its final burst of life before returning to desert.the secrets of the sahara have finally been revealed ,this desert is not a static wasteland ,it's dynamic and full of life ,capable of blossoming into lush green terrain.this vast majestic land continues to shift , change and envolve ,much like the earth itself.

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“Though there is nothing but sand and rock on the surface, under the ground beneath my feet is as much water as there is in the Great Lakes.”

The presence of a reservoir even one deep underground is surprising given the Sahara’s searingly hot temperatures. In 1922 in neighboring Libya, the mercury touched 136 degrees, a record still not beaten. But ironically the water is protected by the desert itself. Layers of clay encase the sandstone. The clay keeps out the harsh sun. It also acts as a sealant, trapping the water within the rocks and creating pressure. Fault lines in this clay are the source of the desert’s famous oasis.

“So this is a natural spring where water is coming up from the Nubian Aquifer under its own pressure. This is actually fossil water. It’s been dated to be up to a million years old.”

This reserve of water is a legacy of the Sahara’s lush green past, the remains of its giant lakes and rivers. And this is just one aquifer. Scientists are now using ground penetrating radar to locate and map other aquifers across the Sahara. They hope the promise of even more fresh water. This new technology offers hope. But the desert may once more turn green, reclaimed for agriculture and farming. If all goes to plan, eventually there will be 200 wells here, but drilling could prove a short-term solution.

“This is fossil ground water. It’s not being renewed. So eventually you are going to run out. Water that supported prehistoric occupants in the area and accumulated over a million years is potentially gonna be gone in less than 100.”

Once the underground water dries up, the desert will have to wait another 15,000 years before once more the earth’s wobble turns it green again. The mystery of what created and changed the Sahara Desert has revealed a turbulent past. Whale bones in the desert show that 40 million years ago, the Sahara was a seabed. Deep ocean cores containing windblown sand revealed the day it dried up 3 million years ago. Freshwater shells show that 90,000 years ago, a wobble in the earth’s axis created giant lakes and rivers, and turned the Sahara green every 20,000 years. Ostrich eggshell beads indicate that just 7,000 years ago, the Sahara enjoyed its final burst of life before returning to desert.

The secrets of the Sahara have been finally revealed. This desert is not a static wasteland. It’s dynamic and full of life, capable of blossoming into lush green terrain. This vast majestic land continues to shift, change and evolve, much like the earth itself.
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Though there is nothing but sand and rocket on the surface, under the ground beneath my feet is as much water as there is in the Great Lake.
The presence of the reservoir even one deep underground is surprising giving the Sahara’s searing hot temperature. In 1922, in neighboring Libya, the mercury touched 136 degrees, a record still not beaten. But ironically the water is protected by the desert itself. Layers of clay encase sandstone, the clay keeps out the harsh sun, it also acts as a sealant, trapping(分离) the water within the rockets in creating the pressure fault lines in this clay are the source of the desert’s famous oases.
So this is nature spring where water came out from Nubian aquifer under its own pressure, this is actually fossil water is being dated to be up to a million years old.
This reserve of water is a legacy of the Sahara’s lash green past, the remains of its giant lakes and rivers. And this is just one aquifer, scientists are now using ground penetrating radar to locate and map other aquifer across the Sahara, they hold the promise of even more fresh water. This new technology offers hope that the desert may once more turn green reclaim for agriculture and farming, if all goes the plane, eventually there would be two hundred wells here, but draining could prove a short term solution.
This is fossil ground water, it’s no being renewed, so eventually you are going to run out. Water that support prehistoric occupants in the area and accumulated over a million years is potentially gonna be gone in less than a hundred.
Once the underground water dries up, the desert will have to wait another 15,000 years before once more the earth wobble turn its green again. The mystery of what created and changed the Sahara desert has revealed a turbulent past, whale bones in the desert show that the 40 million years ago, the Sahara was a seabed. Deep ocean cores containing wind blow reveal the date it dried up three million years ago. Fresh water shell showed that 90 thousand years ago a wobble in the Earth’s axis created giant lakes and rivers and turned the Sahara green every 20 thousand years. Ostrich eggshell beads indicated that just seven thousand ago, the Sahara enjoyed its final boost of life before returning to the desert. The secrets of the Sahara have finally been revealed. This desert is not a static wasteland, its dynamic and full of life, cable of blossoming into lash, green terrain, this vast magic land continue to shift, change and evolve much like the earth itself.
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though there is nothing but sand and rock on the surface, under the ground
beneath my feet is as much water as there is in a great lake,

the presence of a reservoir even one deep under ground is surprising, given
the sahara searingly hot temperatures, in 1922, in neighbouring Libya, the
murcury touch 136 degrees, a record still not beaten, but ironically, the
water is protected by the desert itself, layers of clay encase the sandstone,
the clay keeps out the hot sun, it also acts as a sealant, trapping the water
within the rocks, and creating the pressure, fault lines in this clay are the
source of the desert's famous oases

so this is a natural spring where water are coming up from the Nubian aquifer
under its own pressure, this is actually the fossil water, it's been dated to
be a million years old,

this reserve of water is a legacy of the sahara's lush green past, the remains
if its giant lakes and rivers, and this is just one aquifer, scientists now
using ground pentrating radar to locate and map other aquifers across the sahara,
they hold the promise of even more fresh water, this new technology offers hope
that the desert may once more turn green, reclaimed for agriculture and farming,
if all goes to plan, eventually there will be 200 wells here, but drilling
could prove a short term solution,

"this is fossil ground water, it's not be renewed, so eventually you are going
to run out, water that supported it pre-historic occupants in the area, and
accumulated over a million years is potentially gonna be gone in less than
a hundred"

once the underground water dries up, the desert will have to wait another 15,000
years before once more the earth wobble turns it green again,

the mystery of what created and changed the sahara desert has revealed a
turbulant past, whale bones in the desert show that 40 million years ago, the
sahara was a sea bed, deep ocean cores containing windblown sand realed the
date it dried up, 3 million years ago, fresh water shells showed, 90,000 years
ago, a wobble in earth's axis created giant lakes and rivers and turned the
sahara green every 20,000 years, oschish egg shell beads indicated just 7,000
years ago, the sahara enjoyed its final burst of life before returning to desert,
the secrets of the sahara have been finally revealed, this desert is not statically
waste land, it's dynamic and full of life, capable of blossoming into lush green
terrain, this vast majestic land continue to shift, change, and evolve, much like
the earth itself.
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Though there’s nothing but sand and rock on the surface, under the ground beneath my feet it has much water as there’s in the great lakes.
The present’s reserved water, even one deep under the ground, is surprising, given the Sahara’s searingly hot temperatures.  
In 1922, in neighboring Lybia, the mercury touched 136 degrees, a record still not beaten. But ironically, the water is protected by the desert itself.
Layers of clay, and cased the sand stone, the clay keeps out the hot sun. It also acts as a sealand, trapping the water within the rocks and creating pressure.
Forth lines in this clay are the source of the desert’s famous away-sees.
So this is a nature spring where water is coming up from the Nubian Africa under its own pressure. This is actually fossil water. It’s been dated to be up to million years old.
This reserved of water is a legacy of the Sahara lurch green past. It remains of its giant lakes and rivers. And this is just one aquifer. Scientists are now using ground penetrating radar to locate and map other aquifers across the Sahara. They hope the promise of even more fresh water.
These new technology offers hope that the desert may once more turn green, reclaimed for agriculture and farming. If all goes to plan, eventually there will be 200 wells here, but drilling could prove a short-turn solution.
This is fossil ground water, it’s not being renewed. So eventually you’re going to run out. Water that supported pre-storing occupancy the area and accumulated over a million years, is potentially gonna be gone in less than a hundred.
Once the underground water dries up, the desert will have to wait another 15 thousand years before once more the earth wobble turns it green again. The mystery of what created and changed Sahara desert has revealed a turbulent past. Whale bones in the desert show that 40 million years ago the Sahara was a seabed. Deep ocean cores containing windblown sand reveal the day of dry-up 3 million years ago. Freshwater shells show that 90 thousand years ago a wobble in the earth’s axis created giant lakes and rivers and turned Sahara green every 20 thousand years. oysterage eggshell beads indicate that just 7 thousand years ago the Sahara enjoyed its final burst of life before returning to desert. The secrets of the Sahara had finally been revealed. This desert is not a steady waste left. It’s dynamic and full of life, capable of blossoming into lurch, green to rain. This vast majestic land continues to shift, change and evolve, much like the earth itself.
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