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Lessons on the Lake Chapter 1: Walk in the Woods
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HOW DOES GROUNDWATER AFFECT THE WATERSHED?

  • Precipitation soaks into the ground and becomes ground water.

  • Surface water filters through soil and rock before reaching an aquifer.

  • Water in the spaces/openings surrounding soil particles (interstitial) is used for the biological needs of many plants and animals.

  • Aquifers are impounded or enclosed areas which hold the water underground.

  • Many aquifers are tapped by communities for drinking water.

  • Surface waters that become contaminated or polluted may seep into underground aquifers, deteriorating the quality of the water in the watershed.

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The Green Anole is the only anole native to North America.

  1. Chapter 1 Intro
  2. Essential Questions
  3. Facts
  4. What is a Watershed?
  5. Activity: Guided Imagery
  6. Where does the water come from?
  7. Activity: Water in the Basin
  8. How does precipitation affect the watershed?
  9. How does groundwater affect the watershed?
  10. How does surface runoff affect the watershed?
  11. Activity: Learning about the Basin
  12. Activity: Travelin' Troupe
  13. Activity: Surfin' the Basin and Beyond