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DRIPS. Presented by Sue and Rhonda. DRIPS. D epth to water table R ock permeability I mpact of the vadose P recipitation S lope. QUESTION:. Which set of hydrogeologic factors will enhance or inhibit transport?. Methods of Analysis. Soil Samples Web-based research and mapping

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Drips

DRIPS

Presented by

Sue and Rhonda


Drips1
DRIPS

D epth to water table

R ock permeability

I mpact of the vadose

P recipitation

S lope


Question

QUESTION:

Which set of hydrogeologic factors will enhance or inhibit transport?


Methods of analysis
Methods of Analysis

  • Soil Samples

  • Web-based research and mapping

  • Model


Model capabilities
Model Capabilities

  • Allows students to manipulate:

    • Amount and intensity of rainfall

    • Permeability of strata

    • Depth to water table

    • Amount of runoff


Model limitations
Model Limitations

  • Controlling infiltration rate of rain

  • Having a data output for students to analyze

  • Making the slope look like a slope

  • Insert a contamination source to show transport through rock layers


Websites
Websites

  • www.noaa.com

    • information about precipitation

  • http://education.usace.army.html

    • info about depth to water table

  • www.usgs.gov

    • info about rock types

  • http://www.ngwa.org/

    • great groundwater web site!