Objectives 1
Department of Earth Science |Northeastern Illinois University

ESCI 337
Spring, 2009

Daily Objectives #23 (April 16, 2009)                                        Dr. Sanders

Presentation: Pete Greenan's website on the sandstone aquifer of northeastern Illinois and southeastern Wisconsin: 


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

Complete your modeling project paper (continued):

n When figures and tables appear in
a report, they must be numbered consecutively in the order in which they are presented in the text.  If they appear alone on the page (the easiest way to do it), put them on the page immediately following their first mention in the text.
n Figures must have a caption. 
n Tables must have a title, and every column must have a heading.  Don't forget units!

Figures in the modeling report must include these:

-- A map showing the line of cross section.  Eliminate extraneous material!  (Trim it off.)  Be sure your map shows the line along which the cross section is drawn; it also should give the numbers of the borings used in the cross section.  Don't forget to label A and A'.

-- Your finished cross section of the study area.  (Do not turn in the original!  Correct any errors or re-draw whatever is needed; then make a photocopy on 11" x 17" paper.  This version will not show the grid lines, and that makes for a neater presentation.)


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