Ppt on water cycle for class 9

AUDIT ON WATER WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIA

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The Fishes: Vertebrate Success in Water

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Water: Resources and Water Pollution

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Review for Plants Test Test Date: Friday, Feb. 8 th All Core Classes.

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Lesson 5: The Dead Zone Chemical Oceanography. Last class we learned about the carbon cycle What is a biogeochemical cycle? What are the primary components.

class we learned about the carbon cycle What is a biogeochemical cycle? What are the primary components of the carbon cycle? Besides carbon, what other cycling elements are important to ocean life? 2 Today we will learn about another element that cycles/Wastewater treatment Factories Nitrogen is part of the biogeochemical cycle. Human activities like those in the picture cause nitrogen to enter the water. For example: agriculture, industry and water treatment. Let’s see why too much nitrogen / zone activity 9


Ocean Motion 16.

about the same rate. 9.Desalination is the process of removing salt from seawater. a.      Similar to the Water Cycle b.     Desalination Plants                                                                                       Discussion Question What gases are in ocean water?   Oxygen, carbon /the disk is rotating. http://vortex. weather. brockport. edu/~sweinbec/class/34_Coriolis http://vortex.weather.brockport.edu/~sweinbec/class/34_Coriolis.html An airplane takes off from the North Pole and flies /


A Workshop for CELEST Participants on Designing Effective Instruction

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Ecology.Ecology Ecosystem dynamics involve two processes: energy flow and chemical cycling. We will Quickly follow the flow of energy by grouping species.

Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings The dynamics of energy through ecosystems have important implications for the human population. Copyright © 2002 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings /9 slides, student individuals or groups will present: First, understand the topic of the slide by doing your reading Present the slide(s) to the class. Do not make more slides. Nutrients recirculate in ecosystems; three cycles of importance: 1.The carbon cycle. 2.The nitrogen cycle. 3.The water cycle/


DO NOW Pick up the materials on the front table.

Class 9/27/10 or 9/28/10 Unit 1 test on Economics- 10/05/10 & 10/6/10 factors of production Natural: bananas, ice, water Human: Spencer, Chloe, other workers at fundraiser Capital: materials to build bar, blender Entrepreneurial: Spencer’s idea for the fundraiser! Agenda 9/23/10 & 9/, but in which few people have expensive cars, boats, and jewelry? Do Now 9/29 and 9/30 Do an internet search for the term “business cycle” Search first with the quotation marks and then again without them Do your results differ/


The early bird may get the worm… but the second mouse gets the cheese. U6115: Water Monday, July 19 2004.

summer (and the last 6…) Intro to Hydrology Systems and Cycles Flux, Source/Sink, Residence time, Feedback mechanisms… Today: Water/Hydrology U6115 Syllabus: Course Outline The water cycle part of the class is focused on basic physical principles (evaporation, condensation, precipitation/fashion The Water (Hydrologic) Cycle The Water Cycle (in detail) The volume (M) of water at the surface of the Earth is enormous: 1.37 10 9 km 3 ! (total reservoir) – The Oceans cover 71% of the Earth’s surface (29% for the /


Conservation December 3, 2013. Page  2 Announcements  Due next class (12/5) –Technology Paper –Article Log (14 articles)  Alternate HW assignment due.

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Water Quality and Quantity Resources Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality 2010 Envirothon Training.

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Model Conservation Standards and Surcharge Recommendation Economic Analysis for for New Single Family Home Construction April 17, 2009.

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GREENHOUSE EFFECT, CARBON CYCLE & RISING TEMPERATURES.

activities! TerrestrialOceans (Student Handout #2 here – “Intro to C cyclingfor use in class with next 3 slides) DISRUPTION OF THE N ATURAL G LOBAL C/2006 Fossil Fuel: 8.4 Pg C [2006-Total Anthrop. Emissions:8.4+1.5 = 9.9 Pg] Partition of Anthropogenic Carbon Emissions into Sinks Canadell et al. 2007, PNAS Ocean removes _/ what do more clouds do to the earth’s temperature? 1. Increase temperature because water vapor traps heat? A positive feedback 2. Decrease temperature by shielding the earth from incoming/


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Molecular Microbial Ecology – Application in EEWS (Energy, Environment, Water, and Sustainability) Quan, Zhe-Xue ( 全 哲 学 ) School of Life Sciences, Fudan.

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The Water Cycle By: Nazirah Abdelaziz, Walton Gamory, Jessica Mark, and Isis Shorter.

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Unit 8, 9, 10 Review. Kingdoms There are 6 Kingdoms, in 3 different Domains: – Domain Archaea: Kingdom Archaebacteria: prokaryotes that seem to have diverged.

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The Life Cycle of a Butterfly Ms. Drake’s 3 rd Grade Class.

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Animal Classes Connor Chung. Guide: This PowerPoint has been made and must be followed by these rules: Most of this presentation is animation controlled.

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KINGDOM PLANTAE Vascular Plants Phylum Tracheophyta Seeds Subphylum Spermopsida Seeds ‘naked’ Seeds enclosed Class Gymnospermidia Sub Class Liliopsida.

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THE WATER CYCLE Day 1 Condensation, Precipitation, and Evaporation.

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Copyright © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint Lectures for Biology, Seventh Edition Neil Campbell and Jane Reece.

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The Carbon Cycle (and a Brief Overview of Climate Science) 1.

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9-13-10 DO NOW Pick up the materials on the front table. Syllabus Your name tag Sit in your assigned seat. (check list for number if you are unsure)

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KINGDOM PLANTAE Vascular Plants Phylum Tracheophyta Seeds Subphylum Spermopsida Seeds ‘naked’ Seeds enclosed Class Gymnospermidia Sub Class Liliopsida.

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Unit 2 : Problem Solving Through Object

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