Water, water, everywhere, but not a drop to drink!

m., ET. Your response needs to adequately cover the topic which in general. Investigate the ways in which human-caused water shortages, contamination, floods, or other processes associated with fresh water (e.g. erosion and deposition of sediment) have affected human history. Choose a specific example in history and describe it. Include when a historical event occurred, effects, etc., and describe how society responded. What effects did those responses have? Finally, do you think the event described could happen again? Where and why?Respond to the posts of at least 3 other students with insightful and meaningful comments and questions. Check back throughout the week for responses to your posts. Let’s have a useful discussion! “Water, water, everywhere, but not a drop to drink” (Coleridge, 1798), quoted from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, written in 1798 by Samual Coleridge. Here is a link to the complete poem: www.online-literature.com/coleridge/646/Coleridge, S. (1798). The literature network. Retrieved from www.online-literature.com/coleridge/646/