Objective(s): Modules 26/27

Agenda:

  1. Water Resources Overview (Slides)
  2. Ogallala Aquifer Case Study (Article)

Homework:

  1. Read modules 26/27 & Complete Associated Objectives (Part of Chapter 9)
  2. Complete Case Study (if not finished in class)

Objective(s): Module 27

Agenda:

  1. High Plains Aquifer Debrief (Article)
  2. Water Diversion Case Studies (Paperwork) (See Links Below)

Water Diversion Case Study Links:

Homework:

  1. Read modules 26/27 & Complete Associated Objectives (Part of Chapter 9)
  2. Complete Case Studies (if not finished in class)

Objective(s): Module 27/28

Agenda:

  1. Module 27/28 Notes (Slides)
  2. Water Footprint Discussion (Video) (Calculator)
  3. Forecast Change - Water Conservation (Link)
  4. Water Resource Use Calculations (Document)

Homework:

  1. Read module 28 & Complete Associated Objectives (Part of Chapter 9)
  2. Complete Calculations (if not finished in class)

Objective(s): Module 41

Agenda:

  1. WQI testing location overview (Map)
  2. WQI overview (Lab Document)

Homework:

  1. Read module 41 (Part of Chapter 14) & Complete associated objectives
  2. Stay current or catch up on objectives!

Objective(s): Be able to calculate a water quality index, describe how individual parameters are determined, and explain what they indicate for the health of a body of water.

Agenda:

  1. WQI Lab Overview (Lab Document)
  2. WQI Parameter Notes
  3. WQI Rubric Discussion (Rubric Document)

Homework:

  1. Read module 43 (Part of Chapter 14) & Complete associated objectives

Objective(s): Be able to collect data on the health of the Salt Creek and Barker Lake aquatic ecosystem.

Agenda:

  1. WQI Tasks
  2. WQI Report Info
  3. Water quality testing at Salt Creek and Barker Lake
  4. Remember to record your data in a place where you can recall it easily!

Homework:

  1. Read module 42 (Part of Chapter 14) & Complete associated objectives

Objective(s): Module 27/28

Agenda:

  1. Test Salt Creek and Barker Lake Water Parameters
  2. Catch up on objectives, case studies and math problems (see previous days)

Homework:

  1. Complete water diversion case studies
  2. Complete Chapter 9 Reading and Objectives

Objective(s): 44/45

Agenda:

  1. WQI Discussion
  2. WQI Recap

Homework:

  1. Read modules 44 and 45 (Part of Chapter 14) & Complete associated objectives.
  2. Complete Section 1 of WQI Lab Report (Background and Hypothesis)

Objective(s): 42/43

Agenda:

  1. Water pollution notes (Slides)
  2. WQI Report Work Time

Homework:

  1. Catch up on reading all modules (26-28, 41-45) & Complete chapter 9 and chapter 14 objectives
  2. Keep up to date on writing your lab report (Due October 18, 2019)

Agenda:

  1. WQI Lab Cleanup
  2. Wastewater Discussion (Notes Slides) (Handout)

Homework:

  1. Catch up on reading all modules (26-28, 41-45) & Complete chapter 9 and chapter 14 objectives
  2. Keep up to date on writing your lab report (Due October 18, 2019)

Agenda:

  1. Wastewater Recap (Notes Slides) (Handout)
  2. WQI Report Info - Data Summary and Conclusion
  3. Ocean Pollution Discussion (Slides Here)

Homework:

  1. Study for exam next class (10/4). See review materials for assistance on topics to study
  2. Complete any unfinished assignments (see review materials for what is due next class)
  3. Keep up to date on writing your lab report (Due October 18, 2019)

What's Due on the Test Day?

  1. Water Diversion Case Studies
  2. Chapter 9 Objectives
  3. Chapter 14 Objectives

What should I study?

  • Teach other students the material that you know in small study groups
  • Watch review videos from Bozeman science and APES in a box
  • Rewrite your notes in a different format (venn diagrams, organizational flow charts, diagrams, etc....)
  • Be able to describe how all information is related
  • Try practice quizzes after each module and chapter
  • Review concepts associated with FRQ's (see below)

How did I do on the practice quizzes after each module?

  1. Module 26 (1b, 2c, 3a, 4a)
  2. Module 27 (1d, 2d, 3d, 4b, 5c)
  3. Module 28 (1a, 2d, 3d, 4c, 5e)
  4. Chapter 9 (1a, 2b, 3c, 4e, 5a, 6a, 7b, 8e, 9c, 10a, 11d)
  5. Module 41 (1b, 2c, 3a, 4c, 5e)
  6. Module 42 (1a, 2c, 3d, 4b, 5e)
  7. Module 43 (1b, 2d, 3b)
  8. Module 44 (1e, 2c, 3e, 4e)
  9. Module 45 (1a, 2c, 3d, 4d)
  10. Chapter 14 (1d, 2e, 3b, 4a, 5c, 6c, 7e, 8a, 9b)

What should I know for the FRQ's?

  1. Be able to explain in-depth the pros and cons of large-scale water diversion. Explain how aqueducts, dams, etc. work and the costs and benefits of each.
  2. Be able to explain in-depth how various water pollutants enter a body of water and how water parameters may be affected by such pollutants (ex. nitrates enter the water in what way? How do nitrates affect DO, pH, TSS, etc. either directly or indirectly.) Be able to explain this for all WQI parameters tested.
  3. Be able to describe wastewater treatment in depth (both primary and secondary treatment as well as septic systems). Be able to explain the pros and cons of each type of system.

Objective(s): Chapter 9 & 14

Agenda:

  1. Turn in Chapters 9 & 14 Objectives
  2. Turn in Water Diversion Case Studies
  3. Chapters 9 & 14 Exam

Homework:

  1. Begin ch. 4a/15 objectives
  2. Read module 9 (first part of chapter 4)

Contact: Jeff.Batey@D214.org