Projects1•Due Thurs, Nov 20•Presentations December 2nd, 3rdand 4thfrom 5:30 – 9:00. The presentations will be held in 104 JEB.•Each team is to have one participant at every meeting; indicate team assignments with Ch #10 hmwk–Participants will collect summary pages for each presentation for teammates & ask two insightful questions–A selection of presentations will be covered on Exam III •TurnItIn.com summary attached to first page–The summary of the similarity report has to be submitted as a first page of the report.–Go to turnitin.com–Go to "Create Account"–Select "Student"–Enter Class ID: 9060115–Enter Enrollment Password: Aggie–Enter other details to create your login. After logging in you can find the Assignment "Termpaper2014" and submit your report. You can only submit it once so make sure its the final version.•Submit Team evaluation for both teammates with it•Instructions to follow on PP presentation format and one page summary
Team Presentation Times2Send me an email on the slot you would like for each day by Thursday (Nov. 20thbefore class)Dec 2ndDec 3rdDec 4th•5:30•6:00•6:30•7:00•7:30•8:00•8:30
Environmental ManagementDr. Sonny SachdevaNovember 2014Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety CenterChemical Engineering Department, Texas A&M University4
8EPA's Study of Hydraulic Fracturing and Its Potential Impacton Drinking Water ResourcesStudy of the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources: Progress Report.At the request of Congress, EPA is conducting a study to better understand any potentialimpacts of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water and ground water. The scope of theresearch includes the full lifespan of water in hydraulic fracturing.What is the hydraulic fracturing water cycle?