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We continue our quest for geographical knowledge…. So Much to do…. Do Now- Write 5 Lines. If 95% of the world’s freshwater is found in lakes, why should we conserve water and protect this resource? Explain Your Answer. Information. IPR grades to be entered - should occur in the next day

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Do now write 5 lines
Do Now- Write 5 Lines

If 95% of the world’s freshwater is found in lakes, why should we conserve water and protect this resource? Explain Your Answer.


Information
Information

  • IPR grades to be entered

    - should occur in the next day

    - quiz grades will be included

  • Covering water and landforms

Is your ID on?


Current events world
Current Events: World

  • Monsoon flooding in Pakistan

    - many people killed or injured

  • Avalanche in Nepal

    - Manaslu mountain, 8th highest peak

    - mountaineers caught in it


Do now write 5 lines1
Do Now- Write 5 Lines

If 95% of the world’s freshwater is found in lakes, why should we conserve water and protect this resource? Explain Your Answer.


Motion in the ocean
Motion in the Ocean…

  • How does the Ocean control temperature on the planet?

    Ocean Movement:

  • Currents

  • Waves

  • Tides


Hydrologic cycle pg 32 33
Hydrologic Cycle pg. 32-33

  • Review the Hydrologic Cycle on page 33.

    - answer the “Skillbuilder Questions” be sure to provide an explanation for your answer


T p s affecting the hydrologic cycle
T-P-S Affecting the Hydrologic Cycle

Ways in which the hydrologic cycle is affected

  • Water must move into the soil, think about things that may break this part of the cycle:

  • changes in the ability of soil to soak up water through increases of impervious surfaces, like roads and buildings, and removal of forest cover;

  • water withdrawals or impoundments (such as through wells or dams)

  • filling depressional wetlands;

  • and altering stream flows and beds.


Ground water
Ground Water

  • Ground Water

    - water trapped, held, in the pores of rocks

    - the amount of water changes in the pores

    - the top edge of this water is called the water table

  • Water Table

    - low levels = Drought

    - high levels = oversaturation (leads to flooding)

    What are the current water table levels in our area? Why?




Salt water lakes
Salt Water Lakes

  • Started as fresh water

    - outlet to the sea was blocked

    - man made barriers (Human Environment Interaction)

    - naturally formed barriers (movement)

  • What feature houses most of the world’s freshwater?


Access to online text
Access to online text

  • How to get to it…

  • Instructions located on the Wikispace


Landforms on line text
Landforms – On Line Text

  • Using the online text, page 34 identify the various land types

    - click on the “Animation Tab”

    - Identify in your notes the 24 Land Types, write a definition and add a “drawing” to your notes to understand the term.


Totd summary
TOTD: Summary

Summarize the day’s lesson to your neighbor. Discuss things that were interesting, you wish to know more about, and/or the hydrologic cycle.


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