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Water in the Anthropocene [Knowledge]
posted October 8 2013 9:59.45 by spic0m

Water in the Anthropocene is a 3-minute film charting the global impact of humans on the water cycle.

Evidence is growing that our global footprint is now so significant we have driven Earth into a new geological epoch 14 the Anthropocene.
Human activities such as damming and agriculture are changing the global water cycle in significant ways.

[Link: WelcomeAnthropocene]

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