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Earth Science Week 20. Hydrology Fresh Water. Monday Warm Up (113). Draw and label a diagram of the water cycle (small). Review. Water cycle Divide Water shed River systems Tributaries. Chattahoochee River Watershed Power Point. Where does the river start? Where does it end?

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earth science week 20

Earth Science Week 20


Fresh Water

monday warm up 113
Monday Warm Up (113)
  • Draw and label a diagram of the water cycle (small).
  • Water cycle
  • Divide
  • Water shed
  • River systems
  • Tributaries
chattahoochee river watershed power point
Chattahoochee River Watershed Power Point
  • Where does the river start?
  • Where does it end?
  • What are the tributaries? Can you find a map?
  • Sources of pollution
  • Protecting the river
  • Recreation on the river
  • Water from the river
  • Other uses for the river
chattahoochee websites
Chattahoochee websites
tuesday warmup 113
Tuesday Warmup (113)
  • A family lives 50 miles from the nearest stream or lake and gets water from a well. Where does the water in the well come from?
ground water cornell notes p 320 325 ian 9

Zone of aeration

Zone of saturation

Water table






Recharge zones


Artesian spring




Dripstone column


Ground water Cornell Notes p. 320-325 (IAN 9)
wednesday warmup 113
Wednesday Warmup (113)
  • If the recharge zone for south Georgia aquifer is in Columbus, what will happen if that city grows larger?
building aquifers
Building Aquifers
  • Include deep well and shallow well
  • Use permeable and impermeable materials
  • Demonstrate how to discharge from well
  • Demonstrate affect of rain
  • Demonstrate affect of pollution (food coloring) – Can you protect your well?
thursday warmup 113
Thursday Warmup (113)
  • Explain how water in a well can be polluted by chemicals dumped away from the well.
using water wisely p 324 331 cornell notes ian 11

Point source pollution

Non-point source pollution

Water Quality

Dissolved Oxygen



Sewage Treatment plants

Primary treatment

Secondary treatment

Septic tanks

Water use: industry, agriculture

How to conserve water at home

Using Water Wisely p. 324-331 Cornell Notes (IAN 11)
friday warm up 113
Friday Warm up (113)
  • What would happen if Lake Lanier became polluted? Would that worry you?
  • Hint: Cobb County and most of metro Atlanta get water from Lake Lanier.
clean it up
Clean it Up!
  • Your team has been assigned to the water treatment facility.
  • Your task is to use the items given and devise a method to remove the pollutants from the water.
  • You can try several methods or you might try using the same method more than once.
in ian
  • Describe your method and why you think it will work.
  • See me to approve the method before you try it.
  • Ticket out the door: What was the best method? Why did it work?