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  1. Midterm Exam Review Jeopardy Waterworks Operations WQT 11

  2. Microbial 1986 Amendments Hydrologic Cycles PWS $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 FINAL JEOPARDY

  3. Microbials $100 Smallest cellular organisms; unique cell construction (prokaryotic) sets them apart from all other living organisms.

  4. Microbials $200 Protein coating with DNA or RNA?

  5. Microbials $300 giardiasis, cryptosporidiosis, amoebic dysentery?

  6. Microbials $400 Sixteen (16) species of bacteria?

  7. Microbials $500 campylobacterosis, shigellosis, E. coli, cholera, typhoid?

  8. Microbials $100-Answer What are bacteria?

  9. Microbials $200-Answer What are viruses?

  10. Microbials $300-Answer What are protozoa?

  11. Microbials $400-Answer What are total coliforms?

  12. Microbials $500-Answer What are bacteria?

  13. 1986 Amendments $100 Federal Government gives responsibility for DWS to the States’

  14. 1986 Amendments $200 The 1986 Amendments created a new category of water systems. NTNCWS stands for.

  15. 1986 Amendments $300 This group of chemical contaminants was increasingly monitored for in 1986.

  16. 1986 Amendments $400 Increased knowledge of Giardia improved methods for detecting the pathogen, and continuing outbreaks of the disease prompted tightened requirements for surface water treatment. What two criteria are used to assess the 1) effectiveness of filtration and 2) improved disinfection?

  17. 1986 Amendments $500 The 1986 Amendments increased the frequency of detection of this biological indicator of contamination

  18. 1986 Amendments $100-Answer What is primacy?

  19. 1986 Amendments $200-Answer What is—non-transient, non-community water system ?

  20. 1986 Amendments $300-Answer What are organic chemicals?

  21. 1986 Amendments $400-Answer What are turbidity measurements and CT calculations? The adequacy of the filtration process is determined by measuring the turbidity of the treated water; higher turbidity levels are often an indicator that the filtration process is not working as it should.

  22. 1986 Amendments $500-Answer What are Total Coliforms?

  23. Hydrologic Cycle $100 Water that goes from a liquid to a gas

  24. Hydrologic Cycle $200 Water that goes from a gas to a liquid

  25. Hydrologic Cycle $300 % of the Earths water that is freshwater _____ _________ % of groundwater is available for human consumption?

  26. Hydrologic Cycle $400 Another name for the unsaturated zone above the capillary fringe and water table?

  27. Hydrologic Cycle $500 Five things that impact infiltration

  28. Hydrologic Cycle $100-Answer What is evaporation ?

  29. Hydrologic Cycle $200-Answer What is condensation?

  30. Hydrologic Cycle $300-Answer What is ~3% and 98%?

  31. Hydrologic Cycle $400-Answer What is the vadose or aeration zone?

  32. Hydrologic Cycle $500-Answer • What are rate of precip and duration of event • Initial soil moisture content • Soil type. • Where on the topography you are • Vegetation

  33. PWS $100 Includes facilities such as roadside stops, commercial campgrounds, hotels, and restaurants that have their own water supplies and serve a transient population at least 60 days per year.

  34. PWS $200 a system for the provision to the public of water for human consumption through pipes or other constructed conveyances Daily Double

  35. PWS $300 True or False • Public water systems can be publicly or privately owned.

  36. PWS $400 A mobile home park with 55 year round residents that receives its water from a groundwater well

  37. PWS $500 The SDWA further divides Public Water Systems into two categories

  38. PWS $100-Answer What are transient non-community (TNCWSs), ?

  39. PWS $200-Answer What is a public water system?

  40. PWS $300-Answer What is true?

  41. PWS $400-Answer What is a community water system?

  42. PWS $500-Answer What is a Community Water Systems (CWSs) and Non-Community Water Systems (NCWSs)?

  43. Final Jeopardy Hydrologic Cycle

  44. Final Jeopardy Name all the processes in the hydrologic cycle

  45. Final Jeopardy-Answer What are Evap,Transpiration, Precipitation, Infiltration, Runoff, Condensation?