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hydrological cycle Diagram

hydrological cycle Diagram

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Project: Create a labeled diagram of the complete hydrological cycle, being sure to include all five “reservoirs.” Within the diagram represent your drinking and waste water’s path within the cycle.
What is the source of your drinking water? How does your drinking water get to you? What happens to it along the way? Where does the water you have used go when it leaves your home? What happens to it? Answer these questions in your diagram and indicate possible sources of contamination to your drinking water and possible ways in which your use of the water may contaminate any of the five hydrological cycle reservoirs; be specific. What contaminants are removed by your waste water treatment facility and what are not?
Hint: you may need to contact a municipal, county, or state office or agency to acquire information you need to complete this assignment as required. Be as detailed as possible in your diagram. Chapter 3,8,13, and 20 of the following book may be helpful
Miller, G. Tyler and Scott E. Spoolman (2014). Living in the Environment: Principles,Connections, and Solutions. Eighteenth edition. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole. ISBN-10: 1133940137 ISBN-13: 978-1133940135

I have ordered this diagram before with you guys and it wasn’t that successful so I basically need someone which is better than the last person who did that and here are the comments from my instructor after she reviewed the diagram:

Your hydrological cycle diagram is engaging and mostly clear, although it is not clear where the “waste water” is coming from, how oceans are drinking water (D2), and how doo D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, and D6 end up as drinking water in your home. Your diagram is missing one of the five “reservoirs”—ice caps and glaciers, which hold the second largest amount of water on Earth after oceans. I do not see specific reference to your own home in the diagram. Do you have a well or is your water provided by the city? If the latter, where does the water come from and how does it get to you? If you have a well, where does your water go after it leaves your home, to a septic tank or into a city sewer system? How does that work?
Can you please make sure you take into consideration all these comments from my instructor?!
Also the last diagram was not graphically appealing. I need to make sure someone is working on the diagram that is good at graphical representation. I want to see a beautiful diagram that is appealing to eye

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