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MUDDY WATERS: Chicago's Environmental Geology
EARTH SCIENCE 109W

DAILY OBJECTIVES: October 29, 2010 

Today we will be going to Lake Michigan.  It is going to be windy and chilly, so dress warmly!  Some students will need to wear waders, and if you choose to do so, be ready to take your shoes off at the lake.  Dry socks and a hand towel might be helpful!

By the end of today's class, you should be able to do the following:

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Review:  Explain what the term discharge means as it applies to stream flow, state the formula for discharge in terms of velocity and cross-sectional

w Write a list what you must bring to next week's class, and a description of how you should be dressed for class.


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Copyright 2010 Laura L. Sanders.  Last updated October 22, 2010.


 

Your Instructors:
Dr. Ken Voglesonger

Dr. Laura Sanders

Your Peer Mentors:

Brian Dix

Sarah Paulis