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Surveying. The purpose of surveying was to measure the distance, elevation, and the location of the well. In order to get a numerical lay of the land, we implemented the services of the transent and protractor. Click left mouse button to advance presentation. Water Table Contours.

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surveying
Surveying
  • The purpose of surveying was to measure the distance, elevation, and the location of the well.
  • In order to get a numerical lay of the land, we implemented the services of the transent and protractor.

Click left mouse button to advance presentation.

water table contours
Water Table Contours
  • We integrated the use of topographic contour maps as a visual aid tool.
  • They contain information on the elevations of landforms in the area as well as key features.
flow direction
Flow Direction
  • Normally, water usually flows into a pond from higher to lower elevations.
  • In the case illustrated by this chart however, the water flows out the pond.
conclusions
Conclusions
  • By surveying, we were able to investigate and analyze the physical environment of the ground level.
  • Through careful examination of the geographic properties of the water table contours, we were able to hypothesize the slope of the underground well.
  • We were able to conclude that the flow direction doesn’t always coincide with the lay of the land.
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ELK Productions
  • Eric Liu
  • Lonnie McMillan
  • Kim Wysocki

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