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Increasing Water Supply

Nature often provides great inspiration for science, and many processes and technologies have developed through trying to mimic, replicate and sometimes even approve upon things that happen in nature and the animals and insects and micro-organisms that perform the various clever tricks that they invariably do.

There are now new processes being developed to extract the water from moisture in the air, for instance in light fogs above and around desert regions. By doing this efficiently with the latest techniques that draw inspiration from some desert insects, it may be possible to get significant amounts of water in this way for irrigation and possibly drinking too in these hostile desert regions.

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