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Unformatted text preview: AOM 4643 Homework 4 Student Code (Last four digits of your student number only, no names!): 1221 Students will be graded on the completeness and accuracy of the answers. Grammar, spelling and format problems will also cause the possible deduction of points. Please read the questions carefully as some of the questions call for quantitative (numerical) or scientific explanations. For all your answers provide a citation of where you found the information. Overall, try to use at least two sources of information for each non- calculation answer, at least one of which must be from a source outside the course notes or textbook. Specific questions that use a particular website do not need multiple references but do need to be cited. Reference at the point in the sentence where you first include the information (Kiker et al., 2008), not just at the end of a long paragraph or at the end of the homework question. I also want the formal references you used at the end of each homework question. Preciseness counts here! Please do not simply cut and paste from course notes, online texts or web pages. TAs will check for this and award zero credit for the answer. Wikipedia should not be used as a source. Note: Show all work and mid-level calculations to get credit! For calculation-based problems, you can cite the lecture notes as your sole reference. If you use any others list them as well. You are welcome to work in groups, but each person must submit their own homework through E-Learning. You can use the E-Learning submission space for your answers or attach a Word or PDF document. Homework assignments emailed to me will not be accepted. Any attached documents should not have your name on them but use the last four digits of your student number only. Class lecture notes can be referenced as: Graham, W.D. and Kiker, G.A. 2008. Unpublished Lecture Notes from AOM4643: Principles and Issues in Environmental Hydrology. Dept of Agricultural & Biological Engineering, University of Florida, Box 110570, Gainesville, FL 32611. The course text and the pages you specifically reference is listed as: Ward, A. and Trimble S. 2003. Environmental Hydrology. Lewis Publishers. CRC Press. Pp XX-XX....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2009 for the course SUR 5000 taught by Professor Kiker during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.
- Spring '09