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California's Garden Water Fountain Research and Results

California's Garden Water Fountain Research Results 5796970593.jpg California's Garden Water Fountain Research and Results The first implementation of a sugary drinks tax in the US came in February 2014, when it was approved by the city of Berkley, California. The tax is supposed to lessen sugary drink intake and boost the consumption of healthier beverages, including water from fountains. Research was done to guarantee that individuals of all races and economic classes had access to clean, working drinking fountains. Important information on the city’s drinking water fountains were assembled using a GPS created exclusively for the research. The US Census Community Study database was utilized to compile information related to race and economic status in these segments. The analysts sought to use both data sets to figure out if demographics were linked to drinking water fountain access. Each water fountain and the demographics of its nearby area were examined to reveal whether the site of the fountains or their level of maintenance demonstrated any link to income, race, or other points. The fact that the fountains were operating was not a guarantee that they were well-maintained, considering quite a few were in need of cleaning and repair.

Public Garden Fountains Recorded by History

Public Garden Fountains Recorded by History Towns and villages relied on functional water fountains to funnel water for cooking, bathing, and cleaning from nearby sources like ponds, streams, or creeks. To make water flow through a fountain until the end of the 1800’s, and create a jet of water, mandated the force of gravity and a water source such as a spring or reservoir, located higher than the fountain. Striking and impressive, large water fountains have been built as monuments in most societies. If you saw the very first fountains, you wouldn't identify them as fountains. The first known water fountain was a stone basin created that served as a container for drinking water and ceremonial functions. 2000 B.C. is when the earliest identified stone fountain basins were used. The first fountains used in ancient civilizations depended on gravity to regulate the movement of water through the fountain.Public Garden Fountains  Recorded History 01979428057320409.jpg These historic water fountains were created to be functional, usually situated along aqueducts, creeks and waterways to provide drinking water. Creatures, Gods, and religious figures dominated the very early ornate Roman fountains, starting to show up in about 6 BC. The people of Rome had an elaborate system of aqueducts that furnished the water for the many fountains that were located throughout the city.

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