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103 water

103 water - OUTLINE WATER ISSUES 1 WATER BASIC FACTS 2...

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OUTLINE: WATER ISSUES 1. WATER BASIC FACTS. 2. TYPES OF POLLUTANTS. 3. IMPORTANT LAWS. 4. ISSUES: POINT versus NONPOINT. 5. ISSUES: GROUND WATER POLLUTION. Suggested Readings: Tepfer, K. 2004. The real price of water. Frontiers in Ecology & Environment 2:59.
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Too much water can be a problem, Too little water also can be a problem. What is in the water can be a problem – issues of lead in Purdue’s buildings, for instance. So issues are both water ___________ & water ____________________.
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WATER: BASIC FACTS THE WATER CYCLE: WATER MOVES AROUND IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE BIOSPHERE: ________________________. __________ OF ALL WATER IS IN OCEANS. MOST FRESH WATER IS IN _____________ _______________________________. THUS: ___________________________ ________MAKE UP SMALL PART OF TOTAL.
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MOVEMENT OF WATER Redwood tree, CA WATER CAN BE TRACED FROM LAND TO AIR TO OCEAN, IN AN ECOLOGICAL CYCLE. ONE COMPONENT:
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