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Surface Water Hydrology at White River Lake, Texas. Presented by Shane Walker May 3, 2005 CE 392K.2 – Hydrology. Motivation. Water Scarcity People Need Water. Ground Water. Surface Water. Outline. Background Info Model Development Geometry Evaporation & Usage Results.
SURFACE WATER. water cycle ( hydrological cycle) = continuous movement of water between atmosphere and earth’s surface STEPS: 1. evapotranspiration = processes of evaporation and transpiration occurring together a. evaporation = when liquid water changes into water vapor
Fresh Water Sources. Surface Water. Groundwater. Aquifers and Springs. Rivers, Streams, and Lakes. In a state so rich in diversity, regional water issues are as broad and variable as the Texas terrain. Groundwater: Hueco-Mesilla Bolson Aquifer. BIG BEND REGION. Water Supply.
Surface Water. Streams and Rivers. Stream Erosion and Deposition. River Valleys. Flood Plains and Floods. Tigris – Euphrates River. The Nile River. Yangtze River. Ganges River. Amazon River. The Mississippi River. Water Phase Changes. Hydrologic Cycle. Streams and Rivers.
Surface Water. Earth Science- Chapter 13 Mr. Hendricks and Mr. McMahon. Chapter Outline. Streams and River Erosion and Deposition River Valleys Floodplains and Floods. Streams and Rivers. River Systems Vocabulary - Continental Divide: - Water Shed aka Drainage Basin: - River system
Surface Water. Chapter 9. Section 9.1 Surface Water Movement. The Earth’s water supply is recycled through a continuous process called the water cycle. Through this process, water molecules move continuously through the water cycle following several pathways:
Surface Water. Kaitlin Barton. Water Cycle. Definition: the movement of water ,on, above, and below earth’s surface. Example: water from the ocean evaporates, rises, condenses, and then rains back down on earth to replenish the water supply for animals and plants.
Surface Water. BIG Idea:. Surface water moves materials produced by weathering and shapes the surface of Earth. What types of bodies of water constitute surface water?. rivers lakes streams ponds seas.