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a pass in a mountain ridge through which a stream flows

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The goal of the work is a review of the existing mechanisms of the formation of a high-voltage discharge channel with the analysis and development of a bubble model of the stage of formation of water gap breakdown.
Low-cost solar stills generating water via evaporation, largely fabricated with whatever black and clear plastic cases and tubing a community might have on hand, are gradually closing the safe water gap for coastal residents in the developing world.
It consisted of a pair of camps in the Poconos, near the Delaware Water Gap, founded in 1941 by a Zionist family, the Shulsingers, who were mainly in the Jewish publishing business: prayer books, Passover haggadahs, gift books for Chanukah, Hebrew-English dictionaries.
It ratchets up the anxiety," said Cliff Lively, the burn boss and a fire management officer at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Equation (6) enables to calculate the maximum focal depth [F.sub.2max] in specimen using known parameters of the phased array probe and water gap coupling height [h.sub.max].
Her views mesh with those of the World Bank, whose report Renewable Energy Desalination: An Emerging Solution to Close MENA's Water Gap recommended greater investments in renewable energy and suggested that CSP was the most suitable source of renewable energy, owing to its scalability and ability to provide energy 24 hours a day.
The World Bank's 'Renewable Energy Desalination: An Emerging Solution to Close MENA's Water Gap' report correctly proposes that coupling renewable energy sources with desalination could provide a win-win solution to the region's water woes.
Summary: The world is facing a water gap as the planet's resources simply cannot meet the rapidly rising demand from humans.
PPL Electric Utilities, a subsidiary of PPL Corporation (NYSE: PPL), and Public Service Electric and Gas Company is commencing construction of the Susquehanna-Roseland power line project in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area on September 3, 2013.
Renewable energy desalination; an emerging solution to close the water gap in the Middle East and North Africa.
The session included a number of working papers including the Sultanate's experience in solving the scarcity of water problem, the water challenges in the Sultanate, the solutions proposed by the government to fill the water gap, the Sultanate's trend to expand the use of renewable energy resources and the history of Aflaj in the Sultanate, in addition to other environmental issues and alternative solution that address water scarcity problem.
Levi LaVallee and Robbie Maddison cleared a 300ft water gap in tandem as crowds cheered them on.
According to Field Manual (FM) 3-34.343, Military Nonstandard Fixed Bridging, "Engineers [can] create ice bridges by floating large sections of ice cut from the rear of the ice pack into a transverse position across the water gap. Ice bridges are only an expedient temporary measure."
Filling the global water gap by supply measures alone would cost an estimated 124 billion pounds per year.