MUDDY WATERS: Chicago's
EARTH SCIENCE 109W
DAILY OBJECTIVES: October 8, 2010
If you haven't yet turned in your NEIU catalog, be sure to bring it to
class this week!
By the end of today's
class, you should be able to do the following:
Create a personalized Academic Plan
that will map out your practical strategy for completing a college
degree (Guest presenter: Mr. Bob Binkowski, Academic
Complete this week's
QUIZ on the readings/assignment
Explain what the USEPA's Drinking
Water Standards (DWS) are, and what the difference is between a
Primary and Secondary DWS.
Explain what the acronym MCL
means as applied to drinking water standards.
Measure water quality lab parameters
chloride and fluoride, and interpret their meaning.
Tell how your lab measurements of your
samples from Gompers Park, the North Branch of the Chicago River, and
the North Shore Channel compare to the MCLs.
List the requirements of this week's
Write a list what you must bring to next week's class, and a description
of how you should be dressed for class.
Department of Earth Science
| Northeastern Illinois University
Copyright 2010 Laura L. Sanders. Last updated
October 8, 2010.
Dr. Ken Voglesonger
Dr. Laura Sanders
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