The hydraulic gradient is the change in height of hydraulic heads over a certain distance. Click here. A hydraulic head is basically a measure of the pressure groundwater is exerting; it can be measured by comparing the height the water in a well reaches (see diagram) with a reference point such as sea level.what exactly is hydraulic gradient? and how does this have to do with Darcy's Law?
A cone of depression occurs when you drop your scoop of ice cream on the ground on a hot summer day.
If I were you I'd get some percentages and numbers on the resource, since the manual does cover water budgets. Besides, you never know what'll come up on these tests. Just make them take up as little space as possible.What stuff about shorelines and waves in lakes do we need to know? And should we know all the types of currents found in lakes? Also, is the only important thing in the hydrologic cycle the terms, or do we need to know percentages or anything?
I'd suggest googling every word on the rules manual.does anyone know some websites that talk more in depth about subjects for Dynamic Planet? I need some detailed information for my cheat sheet, which is only halfway- done.
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