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Ch 4 thru GEOG 2050 - GeographyRound3 10:07 Review...

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Geography Round 3 10:07 Review:  Hydrologic Cycle Changes in state (solid, liquid, gas) Evaporation, condensation Melting, freezing Sublimation Movement Lifting/precipitation – vertical Advection (vapor), flow (surface, rivers, ground) – horizontal Storage Reservoirs Residence time (atmos., days; rivers, weeks; ground, centuries-thousands yrs; oceans- thousand yrs) Global Budget/Balance Precipitation=evaporation for the entire globe Imbalance over ocean & land (balance from advection, flow) Water Resources Soil Moisture Gravitation, capillary, hygroscopic Permeability Field capacity, wilting point Soil-Water Budget Inputs (PRECIP) Storage (soil moisture) Outputs (ACTET, surplus) PRECIP = ACTET + surplus + storage change
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PRECIP> POET, PRECIP < POTET, PRECIP = POTET Annual water budget examples PRECIP/POTET distributions in the US Groundwater Aquifer, aquiclude Saturated zone, zone of aeration, spring, artesian well Recharge rate, confine & unconfined aquifers Groundwater mining, water table drawdown Rate of movement Cone of depression Pollution Aquifer collapse Groundwater
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