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Daily Objectives #22 (November
By the end of today's class, you
be able to do the following:
v Sketch hydrogeologic cross
sections that illustrate the following:
u confined aquifer
units that do not completely coincide with lithostratigraphic units
u no-flow boundary
v Convert latitude and
longitude from units of decimal degrees to units of degrees, minutes,
Plot well locations on a topographic map.
v Work with your group to complete
Homework #5 (see the pink
sheet for November 16, 2005). Remember: draw your cross
section in pencil!
You will have to
make changes, so consider this a draft. Please cooperate with
group members to give
all of your cross sections a similar format, following the example
distributed in class last week.
A clarification from last week: Label each well with
the five-digit identifier from the well's API number. (Find the
API number, cut off the final two digits--usually "00"--and then use
the final five digits.)
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