GW - Grand Canyon Controlled Flood 1996 Cost $2.5 million...

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Grand Canyon Controlled Flood – 1996 Cost $2.5 million in lost power
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Youth Early Maturity Late Maturity Old Age Rejuvenation uplift or lower base level
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River Terraces Incised Meanders
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Group PRS What could have caused this change? A.Rise in Base Level B.Drop in base Level C.Drop in elevation D.Increase in Rainfall E. Decrease in Stream Velocity
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Map of Sout hern Louisiana Today The Old River connects the Mississippi to the Atchafalaya. The Atchafalaya runs a much shorter course to the Gulf of Mexico. Commerce has depended on the Mississippi for 200 years. Stream Piracy
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GROUNDWATER
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Infiltration rate affected by porosity/permeability of surface, soil water content, time
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The water table is the boundary between zones of _____ and _____ A. Transpiration and Infiltration B. Saturation and Unsaturation C.Infiltration and Runoff D.Aquifer and Surface E. Transpiration and Runoff
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Development of an area usually increases A. Transpiration B. Infiltration C.Runoff D.Groundwater E. All of the above
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So, what do we do?
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