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By: Chelsie Cameron Neil Patel
3% of Earth’s water is freshwater.
2/3 of Earth’s freshwater is glaciers and ice caps.
Ground Water is freshwater that lies beneath the Earth’s surface. Aquifer is an underground porous rock layer often saturated by very slow water flow.
Wells and Springs tap into groundwater and are important sources of freshwater for many people in rural areas and in some cities.
Most lakes contain freshwater. Biggest freshwater lake in the world is Lake Superior. Freshwater contains less than 1000 milligrams per liter of dissolved solids, most often salt.
EARTHS WATER SUPPLY. SOME QUICK FACTS 70% of the Earths surface is covered with water 70% of the Earths surface is covered with water 97% of Earths water.
Water Resources Water is essential to life on Earth. Humans can live for more than month without food, but we can live for only a few days without water.
Earth’s Fresh Water Vocabulary Chapter 8, Lesson 6
Where in the world is water?
Active Reading Workbook pg Turn in. Then open book to page 290.
The Water Planet 1.1 Water continually cycles. 1.2
THE HYDROLOGIC CYCLE.
Water Above and Below Ground
UNIT SEVEN: Earth’s Water
EARTH’S WATER FEATURES
Planet Earth. Earth is the third planet from the sun. The Earth is filled with tons of living organisms. Organisms are living things. 1.1 PLANET OF LIFE.
Water Resources Water is essential to life on Earth.
A project by Reagan, Adam, and Keaton. Where is water located on Earth Oceans Lakes Springs Rivers Streams Ponds Waterfalls Ground water.
Last week we discussed how run-off can occur two different ways: Surface Run-off – water flowing on the surface to streams, rivers and oceans. Subsurface.
Bodies of Water.
Water. Earth’s Hydrosphere Hydrosphere = all the parts of the earth that are made up of water –Oceans, Lakes, Rivers –Underground water, clouds.
AIM: To explain ways in which fresh water is naturally stored as a resource and predict the effects of depletion of an aquifer. Do Now: Where do we get.
Chapter 2.1. Seventy percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water. There is water literally all around us in the form of water vapor, or water.
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