The world is known as the Fiery Cross reef, and China's Yongshu. The coral reef, which, at the start it was going to be, it has for five years been transformed into a five-foot tall and over two square kilometres, the artificial island in the.
in the Chinese view of the island, is clearly visible. Fiery Cross reef has been on for five years, has evolved into a high tech military base with an airport, the chinese air force, and the missilbaser – building, which, among other things, has been heavily criticised by the united states.
”an Important resource for local people and for the ecosystem.”
According to a chinese study, a natural sötvattenreservoar occurred during the island's total area. This has been done through a natural process, which usually takes up to 150 years old, but is already found to the island's surface area.
According to a chinese research report, may, the island's access to fresh water as to be stabilized under the age of 15, and can, therefore, be important for the island's future, says maringeologen, Xu Hehua.
"It can serve as an important resource for local people and ecosystems," says Xu, Hehua according to the South China Morning Post.
the Process is called a ”fresh water lens”, and the fresh water flowing through the island's surface, and the bottom of the soil layer below the surface. This is where you find it up and put it on top of the salt water as it flows through from the sea. Subsequently, the formation of a kind of ”sötvattensficka”, which is located on top of the salt water.
At the time of writing, the färskvattenreservoaren more than seven feet in diameter. Council believes that it is going to grow by a metre a year.
some of the man-made island.Photo by: < / b> Google maps , Could solve the water supply to the vulnerable towns and cities
Despite the fact that the Fiery Cross reef is the work of man, it is a natural process that is taking place. This will enable to simulate the process of the cities, towns, and regions that have been, or may have, a problem with the water supply.
" the Kind of technology, not only on remote islands but also in coastal cities and towns that have water problems, like Singapore and Hong kong, said Lu Chunhui, professor of hydrogeology at the Hohai University, to the SCMP.
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