Chicago's Environmental Geology
Earth Science 109W,
Section 01, Spring 2012
DAILY OBJECTIVES: Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Reminder: "Write a
Letter...." and "Reading the NEIU Catalog" are due today!
By the end of today's class, you should be able to do the
If you did not already do so, complete and hand in your
Team Citizenship Evaluation. (Note: this should be
done before coming to class!)
REVIEW: Describe the requirements of our next project,
due two weeks from today:
SEMI-REVIEW: Explain what our measurements from last Friday tell us about the
North Branch of the Chicago River.
Describe the processes involved in treating Lake Michigan water to make it
potable drinking water.
Explain what the term Drinking Water Standard
Draw a sketch illustrating how colorimetry
List what you will need to do to be prepared for Friday's class.
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