Dense Environmental Energy
Traffic driven Salt Marsh enhancement:
In arid areas with low relative humidity, dry areas, significant hydrological relief can come from increased evaporation.
One of the primary sources of regional precipitation is evaporation from shallow marshes. In arid areas there are generally limited good evaporations sources. In many of these areas significant sources of brackish water lie deep below ground.
A shallow marsh will return over two-thirds of their annual water inputs to the atmosphere through evapo-transpiration (Richardson and McCarthy 1994).
GSE traffic driven pumps installed on busy roadways can within 1-2 years establish a multiple hectare salt marsh in a converted agricultural plot. The only costs are for construction and maintenance, there are not additional fuel costs.
With multiple marshes established in a region, within in a decade the regions hydrology will be significantly improved and temperatures moderated.
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