"Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime."
I prefer the variant:
"Give a man a fire, and you keep him warm for a night. Set a man on fire, and you keep him warm for a lifetime."
On topic: I really don't find fresh water... Dynamic, though I'll probably end up on this event anyways. When was the last time rivers and lakes were the topic?
2004 i wanna say
Does anybody know what the general topics are for Fresh Water? I saw the post from Lakes and Rivers, but somehow I feel that there's gonna be a little more than that, but not as much as you guys seem to be predicting...
and 4 Pages? I think that's overkill, honestly...
I posted a great list of stuff to start out on back in the old 2010 dynamic planet topic. Let me grab that and repost it here.
EDIT: found it.
Rivers and Streams
-the water cycle
-river and stream ageing/evolution
-fresh water deposition fetures(point bars, oxbow lakes, etc...)
-fresh water erosional features
-identifying ancient river velocity by photography(looking at a photo of an ancient river bed, and being able to give basic descriptions of river velocity. I will post an example on the wiki later.)
-topograhic map identification, drop rate
-base level features
-deltas and estuaries
-river behavior versus elevation(how a river acts at its source compared to its mouth)
-historic floods/droughts and analysis
-groundwater depletion and calculation
Looking at this can give a really good base, and hopefully you can do further investigation/research from there.