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Environmental Data Analysis with MatLab 2 nd Edition Lecture 14: Applications of Filters.

the Neuse River hydrograph time t, days prediction error filter, p(t) here’s the best fit filter, p time t, days prediction error filter, p(t) here’s the best fit filter, p in this case, only the first few coefficients are large what’s that? importance of the / will only be useful if its coefficients fall off this happens when |r i | -1 < 1 or |r i | > 1 must decrease the root, r i, must lie outside the “unit circle” the inverse filter for a length- N filter g step 1: find roots of g(z) step 2: check that /


New Employee Training City of Durham Prepared in Cooperation with the North Central Texas Regional Stormwater Management Program.

, creeks, rivers, and lakes Lakeland, FL More impervious area  More stormwater runoff Falls Lake (Neuse River) Jordan Lake (Cape Fear River) What is an Illicit Discharge? Any discharge to the storm sewer system that is/Illicit discharges = pollution Anything that enters a storm sewer system flows untreated to a local waterway Irving Why Should You Care? We use local waterways for swimming, fishing, boating, and as a source of drinking water The City of Durham is required to prevent pollutants from/


1 CUAHSI Web Services and Hydrologic Information Systems By David R. Maidment, University of Texas at Austin Collaborators: Ilya Zaslavsky and Reza Wahadj,

Neuse Basin with all points NWIS Streamflow and Water Quality NWIS Groundwater ASOS NARR Ameriflux 8 NWIS Streamflow and Water Quality ASOS NARR Ameriflux Filtered Site Map 9 http://public.ornl.gov/ameriflux/ Building each web service requires a site map and a /Excel using CUAHSI web services 15 Transfer of research results CUAHSI web services for NWIS were announced at a cyberseminar on Friday Oct 28 On Wednesday Nov 2, Jason Love, from a private firm, RESPEC, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, posted on the EPA/


Applications of Differential Loran- C 32nd Annual ILA Meeting A review of USCG R&D Differential Loran-C Study - 1984 by LT D.S. Taggart by Mr. Douglas.

the microprocessor boom Federal Radio Navigation Plan (Inmarsat Act of 1978) –Mix of Federally Provided systems Signal Stability Studies –USCG R&DC Harbor Monitor Studies –Loran-C Mini-chain, NEUS/SEUS, West Coast, Great Lakes, St Lawrence Seaway /Foreshadowing of domestic Loran-C termination Loran Towers fall at Cape Race and Kargaburun, Turkey Coast Guards Differential GPS Maritime System Presidential Decision Directive on GPS –In response to a New York Times article on the September 12,1994 crash of a /


Health Impact Assessment on the Benefits of Reducing PM 2.5 Using Mortality Data from 26 European Cities Introduction The proposed draft of the new European.

I Walda 11, H Neus 12, M González 13, C Iñiguez 1, J Schwartz 14, and the contributing members of the APHEIS Network (1)Valencian School of Health Studies (EVES), / be 6.2%. The benefits clearly diminish when the scenarios are less ambitious, and fall to 3.7, 2.0 and 1.2 % for reductions to 15, 20 and/by default. (a) French cities: as part of the national program for PM surveillance, a specific polynomial regression has been used for correction of PM10 in each city. The coefficients of these regressions, were/


In order to determine areas to protect that would be beneficial for all amphibian species, seven endangered species or species of concern were used as.

protected in each county and the number of amphibian species present out of ten common amphibian species, shows a correlation between the presence of protected areas and the presence of amphibians. The mountain, coastal and central piedmont regions have the highest percentage of protected lands, with the highest percentage falling in the most western counties of North Carolina. The largest occurrence of amphibians is in the eastern mountain region/


The Structure of the Hydrosphere 8 th Grade Science.

Neuse River Basins are made of many small watersheds The water in a watershed runs to the lowest point—a river, stream, lake, or ocean Fresh Water Locations—Rivers, Streams, and Lakes What is a river? A large channel along which water is continually flowing down a slope—made of many streams that come together What is a stream? A/ seep through easily. Runoff When rain falls on the land, some of the water is absorbed into the ground forming pockets of water called groundwater. Most groundwater eventually /


Unit 4 Hydrosphere 1. 2 Bell Work 1.What is the water cycle? 2.Why is it called a “cycle”? 3.Why can we say the water we drink could be dinosaur urine?

from GAS (water vapor) → LIQUID  Molecules of water vapor join together to form a liquid and condense into clouds or dew 3. Precipitation  Rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the Earth 4. Infiltration  The seeping or percolation of water into soil or rocks through cracks in the/White Oak 4.Tar-Pamlico 5.Neuse 6.Roanoke 7.Pasquotank 8.Lumber 9.Catawba 10.French Broad 11.Little Tennessee 12.Broad 13.Chowan 14.New 15.Hiwassee 16.Watauga 17.Savannah Exit Ticket 1.When a river meets the ocean, what /


INNER BANKS ELITE PROPERTIES, LLC The Sunset over the Inner Bank of NC Come and Join us The Sailing Capitol of North Carolina.

The Inner Banks of NC is virtually UNDISCOVERED & UNDERVALUED for you, the Client! 9 The Inner Banks of NC - A view of the Neuse River East Coast Waterfront Scarce Cape Cod Long Island Annapolis The Chesapeake Virginia All of the above either /maintained Intracoastal Waterway. A free North Carolina Ferry System. 11 Migration Florida owners of real estate migrate to the Inner Banks during the Spring, Summer, and Fall periods of the year to escape the heat. Northern States’ owners of real estate migrate /


WATER, WATER Everywhere But Not a Drop to Drink!

over Earth’s Surface Are IcebergsGlaciers Fresh or Salt Water? Surface Water - Reservoirs Lake-like bodies of water created by damming streams or rivers, usually to supply water and/or hydroelectric power to a nearby area. Examples: Falls of the Neuse - Raleigh Little River Reservoir - Durham Aquifer (located underground) A rock layer that stores water and allows water to flow through it. Water that seeps into/


Languages of the Eastern Mediterranean. Before it was the “Mediterranean”… Despite the large number of peoples living on its Eastern shores and later.

"), and occasionally Mare Internum. Map of Hecataeus (ca. 550-476 BCE) based on an older map by Anaximander (ca. 610-546 BCE) The Mediterranean in its languages From classical Latin mediterrāneus, we get Italian mediterraneo (1282),/ certainly not surprising: a strong linguistic integration presupposes a high number of bilingual, or even multilingual, speakers, as was the case in Anglo-Norman England. After the fall of the Roman empire, such a situation never occurred on a comprehensive Mediterranean scale. /


OST164 T EXT E DITING A PPLICATIONS Chapter 3 - Capitalization Pages 64-83 Capitalization is used to give importance and emphasis to works. Capital letters.

City hotelGrand Hotel streetJasmine Street company Smith & Barnes Company river Neuse River TITLES Capitalize titles when they appear before a person’s name. Do NOT capitalize titles when they follow or further explain a person’s name, except in an inside address or the writer’s identification of a letter. D r. Maria Steibel, is a visiting p rofessor at East Carolina University. P rofessor Maria/


OST164 T EXT E DITING A PPLICATIONS Chapter 3 - Capitalization Pages 64-83 Capitalization is used to give importance and emphasis to works. Capital letters.

to retire.John is v ice p resident of the firm. D AYS OF THE WEEK, MONTHS, HOLIDAYS, AND RELIGIOUS OBSERVANCES Capitalize days of the week. Capitalize months of the year. Capitalize holidays. Capitalize religious observances. Seasons of the year are NOT capitalized. Sunday, ThursdayMemorial Day fall, spring January, MayKwanzaaEaster Labor DayThanksgivingChristmas A BBREVIATIONS AND A CRONYMS Certain abbreviations ( shortened forms of words or phrases ). Mr. – Mrs. Inc. – Co/


Legislative & Regulatory Update Professional Engineers of North Carolina June 6, 2014 Erin Wynia Legislative & Regulatory Issues Managers N.C. League of.

control structures with a foundation 30 Jordan Lake Study authorized by Legislative Research Commission – Study Committee tasked with considering “all issues deemed relevant to addressing the water quality in Jordan Lake” Includes “the distribution of cost-sharing between local governments within the affected basin” Could impact all other nutrient management strategies in the state, like the Neuse Rules, Tar-Pam Rules, Falls Rules, etc/


Internet Survey of WWTQCS 환경공학과 20051423 권주희. 1. Explain the watershed management models in WWTQCS.

rainfall-runoff simulation model used for single event or long-term (continuous) simulation of runoff quantity and quality from primarily urban areas. The runoff component of SWMM operates on a collection of subcatchment areas on which rain falls and runoff is generated. The routing portion of SWMM transports this runoff through a conveyance system of pipes, channels, storage/treatment devices, pumps, and regulators. SWMM tracks the quantity and/


                                                                                                                                     Roman Art: Alan Petersen:

from Troy following its fall. (see The Aeneid.) They may have been indigenous to the region or made up of migrating people who moved into/Neus, a lawyer. Portrait of a husband and wife, wall painting from House VII,2,6, Pompeii, Italy, ca. A.D. 70–79. Approx. 23" X 201/2". Museo Nazionale, Naples. Painting the Inanimate: This detail of a larger fourth style painting is a nice example of Roman artists intense desire to accurately describe their world. The painting shows a keen sense of the observation of/


Update on Water Issues 2013 Kentucky Tennessee WEA Watershed Webinar Peter Goodmann, Assistant Director Kentucky Division of Water March 21, 2013.

Carolina (Joint Stipulation of Dismissal filed June 1998; EPA agreed by letter to ensure development of a TMDL for the Neuse River by date certain) TMDLs: Litigation as a Driver EPA and Division of Water did not want to be a “Consent Decree” /to better manage nutrients from both point and non-point sources Status of General Permits 1.Industrial “Other” Stormwater (KYR00) ~1100 coverages –Public Notice of draft KYR00 in fall, 2012 –Significant comments received –Met with key stakeholders to review concern/


Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes Crystal Penton, E.I. Will Larsen, E.I.

4 river basin that is completely contained within North Carolina One of only 4 river basin that is completely contained within North Carolina The Neuse River Basin Neuse River – 248 miles long from the Falls Lake Reservoir Dam to the Pamlico Sound Neuse River – 248 miles long from the Falls Lake Reservoir Dam to the Pamlico Sound At its mouth it’s the widest river in/


John Huisman – NC DWQ NC Water Quality Commission – January 11, 2012 NC Environmental Management Commission – January 12,

& Neuse Requirements  Program Submittal Requirements  Overview of Local Government Programs  Recommendation for Approval 2 Falls Lake Local Governments Municipalities Butner Creedmoor Durham Hillsborough Raleigh Roxboro Stem Wake Forest Counties Durham Franklin Granville Orange Person Wake Includes 14 Jurisdictions Chl-a standard violations throughout the lake (shown in red) 3 .0275 Purpose and Scope (Goals) .0276 Definitions .0277 Stormwater – New Development .0278 Stormwater – Existing Development/


1 VTEC In the New NWS Flood Products for Forecast Points.

VERY SLOW RISE AND FALL TIMES FOR THIS RIVER. * AT 14 FEET...WATER WILL BEGIN TO OVERFLOW INTO LOWLANDS ADJACENT TO THE NEUSE RIVER. $$ What Is A Segment (cont.)? Neuse River at Kinston ↓ 8 Where Do the Segments Fit Into A Complete Product? WGUS42/” & “Z” - non-numeric characters (FIPS/ANSI)“T” & “Z” - non-numeric characters (FIPS/ANSI) 16 Beginning of A Segment: H-VTEC Line Beginning of A Segment: H-VTEC Line stC001-002-ddhhmm- /k.aaa.cccc.pp.s.####.yymmddThhnnZ B -yymmddThhnnZ E / /nwsli.s.ic.yymmddThhnnZ /


Environmental Data Analysis with MatLab Lecture 17: Covariance and Autocorrelation.

with itself Autocorrelation on Neuse River Hydrograph falls off rapidly in the first few days lags of a few days are highly correlated because the river drains the land over the course of a few days Autocorrelation on Neuse River Hydrograph negative correlation at lag of 182 days points separated by a half year are negatively correlated Autocorrelation on Neuse River Hydrograph positive correlation at lag of 360 days points separated/


Introduction- Tax Value How are people using stacked ecosystem services? – “Bringing Ecosystem Services to Market” (**can we mention?) – Broad spatial.

additional storm-water runoff Methods- Nutrient Retention Nitrogen Loading Caps: – NCAC 15A Rule.0234 and.0279. Rule.0234 (6) (A) – Entire Upper Neuse Watershed – Point Source Loading of Falls Lake Dam = 15% of entire watershed Cost: – NC DENR/DWQ WARMF Report – Estimates a future Ecosystem Enhancement Program (EEF) nitrogen offset rate of $44/lb of nitrogen – Standardized 5% discount rate Data NameValue Maximum Allowable Nitrogen Loading (Entire Upper/


CUAHSI Hydrologic Information Systems By David R. Maidment With support from many collaborators: Ilya Zaslavsky, Reza Wahadj, Chaitan Baru, Praveen Kumar,

/ http://water.usu.edu/analyzer/ -- operates on CUAHSI web services -- operates on local data for Neuse basin Transfer of research results CUAHSI web services for NWIS were announced at a cyberseminar on Friday Oct 28 On Wednesday Nov 2, Jason Love, from a private firm, RESPEC, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, posted on the EPA Basins list server: “Occasionally one comes across something that is/


American Meteorological Society - January 15, 2009 National Weather Service River Flood Warning Verification Mary Mullusky, Ernest Wells, Timothy Helble,

KINN7.1.ER.120407T1300Z.120412T0100Z.000000T0000Z.NO/ 1200 PM EDT FRI APR 6 2012 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NEWPORT HAS ISSUED A * FLOOD WARNING FOR THE NEUSE RIVER AT KINSTON. * FROM SATURDAY MORNING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. * AT 900 AM EDT FRIDAY THE STAGE WAS 13.5 /product Rise Above time-1st Product Rise Above Time| Is the Last product Rise Above Time And Crest Time and Fall Below Time Equal to a string of zeros and Is the action code equal to ‘CAN’? YES NO Is the Last product Rise Above Time EARLIER /


FFH Salinity Monitoring Herman Bozenhardt. 6108 Pelican Drive Brooklyn NY (1955-1978) Brooklyn Polytechnic BSChE/MSSE New Jersey (1978 -2010) Fairfield.

ppm Salinity is a function of: Mass effects: rainwater / Neuse River water (unidirectional)/ Diffusivity from ocean / wind tidal surge (tropical storm) Energy / Evaporation: temperature of water, humidity of air, black body radiation, etc. Momentum: Flow rate of the Neuse River The ocean/ on rainfall and air temperature the water temperature falls in the 50s and below December through February. Depending on the amount of rainfall, fishing within 48 hours after a storm may not be advisable in our area./


City Vision (3): 2. Flâneurial Look in Patricia Rozema’s I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing.

vs. sexual pluralism 2. self-reflexiveness self-reflexiveness Filmic (use of frames, subtitles, cameras); Filmic (use of frames, subtitles, cameras); Textual –fairy-tale & other intertext; Textual –fairy-tale & other intertext; Artistic-- of artists and critics Artistic-- of artists and critics 3. Flâneuse -- Interest in architectures, city scenes and female artists’ position in a city. Flâneuse Flâneuse Rozema: I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing  Polly Vandersma/


Introduction- Property Value How are other researchers evaluating stacked ecosystem services? – Payments for Ecosystem Services StudyLocationResults Costanza.

Rule.0234 and.0279. Rule.0234 (6) (A) Cost – NC DENR/DWQ WARMF Report – Estimates nitrogen offset rate of $44/lb of nitrogen Translates to $97/kg for a 20 year period at 1% discount rate* Data NameValue Maximum Allowable Nitrogen Loading (Entire Upper Neuse Watershed) 58,370.99 kg N/yr Nitrogen Loading (At point of interest – Falls Dam) 8,756.00 kg N/yr Cost97/


Introduction- Tax Value How are people using stacked ecosystem services? – “Bringing Ecosystem Services to Market” (**can we mention?) – Broad spatial.

Rule.0234 and.0279. Rule.0234 (6) (A) Cost: – NC DENR/DWQ WARMF Report – Estimates nitrogen offset rate of $44/lb of nitrogen Translates to $97/kg for a 20 year period at 1% discount rate* Data NameValue Maximum Allowable Nitrogen Loading (Entire Upper Neuse Watershed) 58,370.99 kg N/yr Nitrogen Loading (At point of interest – Falls Dam) 8,756.00 kg N/yr Cost97/


City Vision (3-3): 2. Flâneurial Look in Patricia Rozema’s I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing.

vs. sexual pluralism 2. self-reflexiveness self-reflexiveness Filmic (use of frames, subtitles, cameras); Filmic (use of frames, subtitles, cameras); Textual –fairy-tale & other intertext; Textual –fairy-tale & other intertext; Artistic-- of artists and critics Artistic-- of artists and critics 3. Flâneuse -- Interest in architectures, city scenes and female artists’ position in a city. Flâneuse Flâneuse Rozema: I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing  Polly Vandersma/


Introduction- Property Value How are other researchers evaluating stacked ecosystem services? – Payments for Ecosystem Services StudyLocationResults Costanza.

Rule.0234 and.0279. Rule.0234 (6) (A) Cost – NC DENR/DWQ WARMF Report – Estimates nitrogen offset rate of $44/lb of nitrogen Translates to $97/kg for a 20 year period at 1% discount rate* Data NameValue Maximum Allowable Nitrogen Loading (Entire Upper Neuse Watershed) 58,370.99 kg N/yr Nitrogen Loading (At point of interest – Falls Dam) 8,756.00 kg N/yr Cost97/


Business Ecosystems Training U.S. Understanding and Managing the Links between Ecosystem Services and Business Facilitator Notes May 2013.

through example of a payment for ecosystem services. Background: Piedmont area of North Carolina Upper Neuse Clean Water Initiative (UNCWI). CTNC coordinates this partnership of seven nonprofit organizations and local governments that seeks to protect the lands most critical for ensuring the long-term health of drinking water supplies in the Upper Neuse River Basin. 770-square-mile Upper Neuse basin contains nine public drinking water reservoirs (Falls Lake/


Schulungsunterlagen der AG RDA Vertretungen der Öffentlichen Bibliotheken.

 Geografikum - aber Geburtsort und Sterbeort bleibt –Reference Source  Nachschlagewerk –Location of Headquarters  Sitz (statt Ort des Hauptsitzes) AG RDA Schulungsunterlagen – Modul GND/2.3 –Als bevorzugter Name gemäß 16.2.2.3 a) wird die im Deutschen gebräuchliche Namensform gemäß den /2.2.13 s. EH-G-02EH-G-02 –Falls nicht möglich oder unüblich: die nächstü/ Erläuternde Bestandteile beim Ortsteil entfallen nicht. Frankfurt-Bockenheim Neusäß- Westheim b. Augsburg –Bestehen Hauptort oder Vorort aus /


Models and Water-Quality Trading Pennsylvania Section American Water Resources Association October 22, 2004 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Cy Jones AquaCura.

Load Development in the Neuse River Estuary Neuse Estuary Eutrophication Model (NEEM) A Two-dimensional, Mechanistic Model Water Analysis Simulation Program (WASP) A Three-dimensional, Mechanistic Model Neuse Estuary Bayesian Ecological Response Network (Neu-BERN) A Bayesian Probabilistic model Cautionary Tales Conclusions of the Study Team: Stow C. A., Roessler C., / New Model Runs: 175 M lbs/Yr ~ 93 % CB4 D.O. Attainment Fall, 2004Maryland Proposes “Restoration Variance” for CB4 D.O. Standard OOOOOPS!


NWS WFO Storm Surge Products An Evolution Over Time Richard Bandy Meteorologist-in-Charge NWS WFO Newport/Morehead City, NC.

. It is not out of the realm of possibility that a breach could occur over narrow sections of Hatteras Island just north of Buxton even if the center of the storm remains offshore. High tide around 3 AM Friday morning will be a particularly dangerous time. Soundside flooding will be a concern as well. Inundation of 2 to 3 feet is possible in the Upper Neuse River near New Bern/


Coastal Plains Largest land region in North Carolina Can be divided into two subregions: The Tidewater and the Inner Coastal Plain. The OBX is separated.

large “sounds” the Albemarle and the Pamlico Sounds-brackish (mix of fresh and salt water) shallow water. Barrier Islands An elongated strip of sand running parallel to a mainland separated by a body of water-sound or lagoon. May change shaped due to wind,/Piedmont “at the foot of the mountains” 300 miles of rolling hills btw the Coastal Plain and Mountain regions. Low mountains- Uwharrie, South Mtns., and the Brushy Mtns. Rivers- Lower Catawba, Yadkin, Cape Fear and Neuse Rivers. Fall Line This is the /


Potential Partnership UNRBA – Nicholas Institute Bill Holman & Amy Pickle August 4, 2011.

of capacity in Falls Lake and other drinking water reservoirs; Regional Needs 3)Developing an economic model to estimate the costs and benefits of existing and proposed rules and policies in the watershed; 4)Developing watershed plans and a system to guide investments of/ the public about the value of the water resources in the Upper Neuse; 13)Managing research projects, watershed plans, and contracts requested by UNRBA members Regional Needs 14)Advocating for the interests of UNRBA and UNRBA members before /


Twelve: State Copyright © 2011. All Rights Reserved. North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities Twelve Regional Middle School Competition November.

Round 1: Craven County 5s Question #10: The ferry system carries cars across the Neuse River from Cherry Branch to Minnesott Beach in what county to the North? Twelve:/Andrew Jackson Highway 6)Pee Dee River 7)Pee Dee Wildlife National Refuge 8)Blewett Falls Lake 9)Thomas Wade 10) Rocky [River] 11) [Highway] 52 12) /Question #7: What lake between Thomasville, Welcome, and Lexington gets its name from a mash-up of two of these towns’ names? Twelve: State Copyright © 2011. All Rights Reserved. North Carolina/


North Carolina received this nickname because people believe that North Carolina stuck in war because they had tar on their heels. The tar came from the.

Roanoke River is the longest and flows through Albemarle Sound, in the north-eastern part of the state. Neuse and Tar-Pamiclo Rivers are in the central part of the state and flow into the Atlantic Ocean, although Cape Fear is the only river that/ chain receives more than 40 inches of rainwater a year. This water fills creeks, runs into rivers, picks up speed and flows over slopes, roars over waterfalls, and turns into whitewater rapids. Whitewater Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in the United States/


North Carolina Water Systems Rivers, Wetlands and Tidal Regions.

Yadkin, Catawba – Flow to the Atlantic Ocean through North Carolina Chowan, Tar, Roanoke, Neuse, Cape Fear What are River Basins River Basin – portion of land drained by a river – Eventually empty into an estuary or ocean There are 17 river basins in North /as different ice ages caused the rise and fall of sea levels South of Cape Lookout – Mostly rock covered by a thin layer of sand and mud – Formed 90 to 1.6 million years ago Types of Estuaries Three types of estuaries in North Carolina – Trunk estuaries /


Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization transportation plan update 2025 click here for voice narration>

transportation plan update 2025 click here for voice narration> transportation plan update 2025 FINAL what is a MPO? Metropolitan Planning OrganizationMetropolitan Planning Organization Established in 1962 Federal Aid Highway Act - “continuing, /Identify and fix medium- sized problemsHot-Spot Program: Identify and fix medium- sized problems Future I-540 at Falls-of-Neuse Road transportation plan update 2025 FINAL Roadway Construction “click” on camera to play again transportation plan update 2025 /


Jeff Orrock Warning Coordination Meteorologist National Weather Service Raleigh Hurricane Brief.

decades with respect to storm losses. This would lead to the conclusion that it is only a matter of time before the nation experiences a $50 billion or greater storm, with multi billion dollar losses becoming increasingly frequent. Climate fluctuations in/Major to record flooding along Cape Fear, Neuse, and Haw Rivers including countless creeks. Haw River would rise within 12 hours cresting near 35 feet flooding Interstate 40 west of Raleigh Kerr Lake, Falls Lake and Lake Jordan could overtop flood controls/


Cooperating Technical State (CTS) Statewide Mapping… North Carolina’s Pioneering Effort John Dorman, Program Director, NC CTS Flood Mapping Program Tim.

- Six storms (Bertha, Fran, Bonnie, Dennis, Floyd & Irene) have impacted or made land fall on the North Carolina coast in the last five years HURRRICANE DENNIS Aug 30 - Sept 4 HURRRICAN/ for White Oak, Tar-Pamlico, and Lumber by Sept. 2001 4 Preliminary FIRMs for Neuse, Cape Fear, and Pasquotank counties by Sept. 2002 l Phase II—5 Basins initiated / of Agreement Funding Agreement No. 1 Mapping Activity Statement A MAS B Funding Agreement No. X MAS C MAS D MAS E MAS F MAS Hierarchy of Agreements Memorandum of /


What Every Tar Heel Should Know About North Carolina.

Chemicals Mining: Granite Limestone Feldspar Mica Gravel/Sand Fishing : Shrimp Blue Crab Clams Flounder Trout Oysters Shad Land: AArea- 28 th in the nation EElevation- Mount Mitchell ((6684 feet) Yancey Co. CCoastline-/Neuse, Tar, Pamlico, Roanoke, Pee Dee NNatural Lakes- Matumuskeet, Phelps, Waccamaw MMajor Mountain Ranges-Great Smokie, Blue Ridge Mt. Mitchell Mitchell Falls, Yancey County Where Dr. Mitchell Lost His Life in June of 1857 Dr. Elisha Mitchell and His Mountain Highest Peak East of/


ES – NC Landforms, Weather, and Climate

Drained by a number of rivers, including the Dan, Tar, Neuse, Cape Fear, Yadkin, and Catawba Piedmont Mountains Main chains of mountain ranges running from northeast to southwest Other chains run between the main chains, creating coves, basins, and valleys. Appalachian Mountains Stream in the Blue Ridge Mountains Great Smoky Mountains Pilot Mountain Thunder Hill in the Blue Ridge Mountains Grandfather Mountain Linville Falls Linville/


What Every Tar Heel Should Know About North Carolina.

Chemicals Mining: Granite Limestone Feldspar Mica Gravel/Sand Fishing : Shrimp Blue Crab Clams Flounder Trout Oysters Shad Land: AArea- 28 th in the nation EElevation- Mount Mitchell ((6684 feet) Yancey Co. CCoastline-/Neuse, Tar, Pamlico, Roanoke, Pee Dee NNatural Lakes- Matumuskeet, Phelps, Waccamaw MMajor Mountain Ranges-Great Smokey, Blue Ridge Mt. Mitchell Mitchell Falls, Yancey County Where Dr. Mitchell Lost His Life in June of 1857 Dr. Elisha Mitchell and His Mountain Highest Peak East of/


Hydrosphere water water everywhere. The water cycle.

without melting Condensation water turns from a gas to a liquid cloud formation dew Transportation movement of water around the planet surface water (runoff) underground in the atmosphere as vapor moves in plants (transpiration) precipitation water falls from the atmosphere rain, snow/New 12 flow to the Atlantic 4 contained in NC alone Cape Fear, Neuse, White Oak, and Tar - Pamlico NC River Basins Watersheds Aquifers underground layer of saturated rock in which water can easily move used as wells water table/


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8 th Grade Soc. St..  Tidewater  Coastal Plain  Piedmont  Mountains.

a dingbatter  Being full after a meal- gut full of food  Being nauseous- quamished in my gut  Richest soil in the state  Takes 1/3 of the states land area  100 miles in width  Farming is and has been successful due to the flat land and the rich soil  Roanoke, Tar, and Neuse/as the “Monster that ate NC”  Kudzu on a hot wet day can grow inches at a time.  Can find it from the hilly areas of NC to the Mtns.  Divides the Coastal Plain from the Piedmont  Fall line is from No. near Roanoke Rapids to SW /


Hydrosphere water water everywhere ! (DO NOT WRITE anything in YELLOW!)

without melting Condensation water turns from a gas to a liquid cloud formation dew Transportation movement of water around the planet surface water (runoff) underground in the atmosphere as vapor moves in plants (transpiration) precipitation water falls from the atmosphere rain, snow,/ of Mexico Hiwassee, Little Tennessee, Watauga, French Broad, and New 12 flow to the Atlantic Of these 4 are contained in NC alone Cape Fear, Neuse, White Oak, and Tar - Pamlico NC River Basins River Basins are a portion of /


Water Cycle. What is the water cycle? This is how water circulates through our environment Water changes from water to gas over and over again to complete.

to form a liquid and condense into clouds or dew. Condensation = gas  liquid Precipitation Rain or snow that falls to the Earth Infiltration The seeping in of water into soil/Neuse River Basins are made of many small watersheds The water in a watershed runs to the lowest point—a river, stream, lake, or ocean Fresh Water Locations—Rivers, Streams, and Lakes What is a river? –A large channel along which water is continually flowing down a slope—made of many streams that come together What is a stream? –A/


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