Due January 18,
Rain barrels and stormwater
Due by noon, January
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Due January 25, 2011. Complete
problems 4, 5, 6, and 7 at the end of Chapter 1 (4th
edition). If if you have an earlier edition of the
text, make sure to get the correct problems from someone
Due February 15, 2011. Complete
problems 6 and 9 at the end of Chapter 3 in the
Due March 1, 2011. Complete the
Complete Chapter 7, Problem 1.
b) Copy Figure 8.13A and 8.13B (page 300), and
treat it the same as you did the other figures in
Problem 1. Then, write a few sentences explaining
the differences between conditions in these two maps.
c) Complete Chapter
7, Problem 3. Warning! If you are working
with an older edition of the textbook, borrow a new
edition for this, because there were errors in the
figure in the earlier editions.
15, 2011. Constructing
a hydrogeologic cross section.
29, 2011. Geology and
hydrostratigrapy of the study area.
See this link for instructions.
Due April 7,
Stresses on the aquifer, and model variables.
paragraph describing the stresses on the aquifer
in the study area. Cite your sources if
description of each of the variables you input
into the model. Variables are the items
you included under "Overlays"--top elevation,
conductivity, porosity, and so on. For
each one, explain what values you chose, and why
you chose them. Cite your sources if
April 21, 2011.
this link for instructions.