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Unformatted text preview: Yungay, Peru May 31, 1970 50,000,000 m 3 @ 200-400 km/hr killed 29,000 Yungay, Peru Group Question What could have been done to prevent/minimize the damage? Gros Ventre, Wyoming, 1925 37,000,000 m 50-80 mph dammed river Group Question What could have been done to prevent/minimize the damage? HYDROLOGIC CYCLE Precipitation = rain, snow, sleet, hail, etc. Transpiration = water from plants Runoff = streams, rivers, lakes, etc. Infiltration = water soaking into ground Individual PRS What is the relationship between Precipitation (P) and Evapo- Transpiration (ET) for land surfaces? A. P > ET B. P < ET C. P = ET Individual PRS Of the precipitation that falls on land, where does most of it go? A. EvapoTranspiration B. Runoff C. Infiltration Drainage Basin (Watersheds) and Drainage Divides Group PRS Water pollution has been detected in the Suwanee River upstream from Madison Blue Spring. Which city would you first suspect of being the source? A. Tallahassee B. Tifton C. White Springs D. Jacksonville E. Cedar Key Group PRS Shown here is a cross-section of a river channel and floodplain. Remember the Hydraulic Radius R is the ratio X-section area Wetted Perimeter And stream velocity is proportional to R. What will happen to the average stream velocity in this stream if the water level rises to flood stage? A. Velocity Increases B. Velocity Decreases C. Velocity Stays Same PRS Group Question I live near the Ochlocknee River at the Fla/Ga border and notice that the river has just peaked at 12 above normal water level. A friend of the river has just peaked at 12 above normal water level....
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course GLY 1000 taught by Professor Parker during the Spring '11 term at FSU.

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