Department of Earth Science |Northeastern Illinois University

INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE
ESCI 121, Fall 2006

Daily Objectives #21  (November 7, 2006)                                                                        Dr. Sanders

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



* Make a list of all the places on the earth where water can be found.

* Construct a representation of the hydrologic cycle showing reservoirs of water and the processes that move water between reservoirs.

* List and explain in what ways the urban water cycle differs from the natural water cycle.

* Define the term watershed, and tell how the boundaries (edges) of a watershed can be delineated (outlined).

*  Tell all the different pathways a drop of water could take after it enters the Chicago watershed.

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