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Right click on the words "Watershed Worksheets" found below and select Open in New Tab
Watershed Worksheets 2012-2013.docx
Immediately save the worksheets to your "G" drive
by clicking "File", "Save as"
2. In the "Save in" box locate your "G" drive.
3. The filename should be "Watershed Worksheets"
Now we are ready to begin
Open Word and locate your file "Watershed Worksheets" from your "G" drive.
These are the worksheets you will type your answers on.
At the bottom of your screen toggle between your worksheets and the Watershed Wiki.
Read the directions carefully to complete this assignment.
A. Right click on the link
Background Information on Watersheds
and select Open in New Tab to answer the questions in section
"A" on your worksheets. When finished with section "A" close this tab and continue on to section "B" found next.
B. Right click on the link
What is a Watershed?
and select Open in New Tab to find the definition of a watershed and answer this
on your worksheet in section "B". When finished with section "B" close this tab and continue on to section "C" found next
C. Right click on the link
Watershed Information 2012-13.doc
and select Open in New Tab to find information about the watersheds in the state of Pennsylvania. Use this
information to answer the questions in section "C"on your worksheets. When finished with section "C" close this tab and continue on to section "D" found next.
D. Right click on the link
Choose Your Watershed
and select Open in New Tab to answer section "D". When finished with section "D" close this tab.
When finished you will need to get permission to print from Mr. Meszaros and complete the information you need to on the worksheets. This would include circling your county on the map, wriring in the numbers on the map and labelling the different basins on the final map.
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