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If water can pass through a surface, the surface is permeable.
predict the permeability of gravel
Gravel Very high permeability
predict the permeability of sand
Sand High permeability
If water cannot pass through a surface, the surface is impermeable.
Predict the permeability of silt
Silt Low permeability
Predict the permeability of clay
Clay Very low permeability
Run-off: Water that does not soak into the ground or evaporate, but instead flows across the land
Let’s see how permeability affects our daily life.
Do you think the surfaces in urban areas permeable or impermeable?
Conclusions 1. Different land cover affects water runoff during/after storms in different ways. 2. Human habitation changes land cover 3. Communities need to be careful about how land is used.
Ground Water Notes. I like science. Water Table The spaces between the grains are filled with air. The spaces between the grains are filled with water.
Porosity, Permeability, Capillarity. Porosity is determined by: 1. Shape - Well rounded particles have greater porosity than angular. ROUND ANGULAR Porosity.
Groundwater AIM: Where does all the water go?. Water Cycle (hydrologic cycle)
Porosity, Permeability,. Porosity is determined by: 1. Shape - Well rounded particles have greater porosity than angular. ROUND ANGULAR Porosity - The.
THIS IS With Host... Your Vocabulary Streams & Rivers (2-1) Wetland Environments (2-3) Water Underground (2-5) Groundwater Diagrams.
Introduction to aquifers and related ideas. Aquifers and aquicludes Porosity & permeability London’s impact.
Unit 4 Climate Part 2 Factors affecting water movement.
Groundwater. What do you remember about how we get water from underground? Dig below the water table Dig below the water table Aquifer Aquifer Springs.
As ground saturates the water table rises. If you dig a well below the water table you can access the water!
From the ground! Where’s the water coming from??
Chapter 9: Water Moving Underground More than 97 percent of all water on Earth is in the ocean as salt water. Glaciers – of the little amount of fresh.
The Water Cycle Water is recycled through the water cycle. –A continuous process by which water moves through the living and nonliving parts of the environment.
SOILS More Than Just Dirt. What Is Soil? Soil is a layer that covers most of the land surface of the earth. Soil is what forests, fields and gardens grow.
Distribution of Earth’s Water: 3% fresh water 97% salt water (oceans) <1% ground water 2% Ice <1% surface water 3% of Earth’s water is responsible.
Why doesn’t rainwater always infiltrate into the ground? Water soaking into the ground is…
Water Underground Chapter 11 section 3. How does water move underground? Like surface water, underground water generally comes from precipitation. Water.
Groundwater Water found underground in the cracks and spaces in soil, sand and rock. Question: How does water collect underground? Use the terms permeable.
1. What is the start of a river called? 2. What is a tributary? 3. What is a confluence? 4. What is the boundary between two drainage basins called?
Water, Water Everywhere AIM: What is the hydrologic cycle?
Why do some rivers Flood? Factors making a flashy hydrograph.
Part I The hydrologic cycle. This is also called the water cycle It is the recycling of the water between the oceans, land and atmosphere There.
Chapter 2 Fresh Water Section 5 Water Underground.
Hydrology: Discharge, Hydrographs, Floods, and Sediment Transport Unit 1: Module 4, Lecture 2.
When it Rains it Pours Todays Goal: To understand how water is absorbed into the ground. To be able to explain the difference between pervious and impervious.
Review. Horizon O - organic-mostly dead plant matter. Horizon A - Topsoil. Contains the most organic matter (humus) and is dark in color. Horizon B -
Water Resources Section #1: Chapter 11. Water The Water Planet - abundant found in three phases fresh & salt essential to life on Earth renewable resource.
Groundwater Objectives I can describe that groundwater forms when water seeps into the ground, and can be stored in aquifers or come to the surface through.
In this presentation you will: The Water Cycle explore the stages of the water cycle Next >
Runoff Water that doesn’t soak into the ground or evaporate but instead flows across Earth’s surface.
The Water Cycle Chapter The Water Cycle Water Cycle Thirstin's Water Cycle Animation Thirstin's Water Cycle Animation Thirstin's Water Cycle Animation.
The Water Planet and Hydrology Movement of Water Underground USGS.
Streams & Rivers Q. What is runoff? A. Water that flows over the ground surface rather than soaking into the ground. Q. What is runoff? A. Water that flows.
Groundwater 6 th. Groundwater What if you dump a bucket of water on the ground what will happen? Depends on the Ground.
What do we use water for?. The Water Cycle We are learning to: Explain how rain is formed. Judge how important water is to our lives.
Factors that affect DEPOSITION Particle Size: smaller = slower Particle Shape: more surface area = slower Particle Density: similar size, >D = faster
Groundwater. Water Cycle Fill in Your Water Cycle.
Groundwater Water that soaks into the ground as it enters tiny air spaces in the soil and rocks. Water that soaks into the ground as it enters tiny air.
How does water underground reach the surface? Freshwater flows underground.
Watershed/Groundwater Notes. Note-taking FYI There are MANY new vocabulary words in these notes. Use a highlighter or draw a dark box around each vocabulary.
Chapter 10 S3 Water Underground. Essentials Questions Ch10 S3 1. How does water move through underground layers of soil and underground layers of soil.
The Water Cycle Chapter 6 – Global Systems. The Water Cycle The natural process of recycling water is known as the water cycle. As water moves through.
STORM-WATER OPPERTUNITIES What is storm water Land use and change Retain and Detain Opportunities for change.
River regimes Learning objectives: Recap on flood hydrographs Understand infiltration rates and the factors affecting them Understand what a river regime.
Guided Notes about Groundwater Section Infiltration Much of the precipitation that falls on land enters the ground through the process of infiltration.
Engage/Explore Spring water What was the original source of this water? Where does the water in springs and wells come from?
Water Underground. Most of the fresh water on the Earth that is not frozen is underground. Dig almost anywhere on the Earth and you will eventually.
The Water Cycle Chapter The Water Cycle Water on the Earth H 2 O H 2 O Almost all the water on Earth is salt water (97%). Almost all the water.
1. The Water Cycle is a continuous movement of water from the Earth’s surface to the air and back to the surface. Review 12: The Earth’s Water.
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