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DOE-STD-1157-2002
d. Describe the following processes and explain how water and soil interact in each:
Infiltration and percolation
Groundwater recharge
Runoff
Evapotranspiration
e. Describe how soil characteristics, slope factors, and land cover conditions impact contaminant
detachment and transport processes.
f.
Discuss contaminant loading and the contaminant delivery ratio.
g. Discuss the use of soil survey maps.
h. Discuss the cation and anion exchange capacity of soils.
i.
Describe the hydrologic cycle.
j.
Define the following hydrologic terms and describe the relationships between them:
Stream flow
Transpiration
Subsurface water
Sedimentation
k. Define the following groundwater terms and describe the relationships between them:
Capillary water
Zone of saturation
Specific yield
Hydraulic conductivity
Transmissivity
Vadose zone
l.
Define the following surface water terms:
Mass curve
Frequency analysis
m. Discuss the composition and identification of the following types of rocks and cite examples of
each.
Igneous
Sedimentary
Metamorphic
n. Describe the geometry and properties of the following rock mass features:
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