Mr. Estrella
Founded on September 4, 1781 by Spanish Governor Felipe
de Neve. It became a part of Mexico in 1821 following the
Mexican ...
1860
American
The
Stagecoach
San Diego
•21 years old
arrived in 1877.
•Fewer than 10,000
residents
233 miles!
Mulholland
Builds the
Aqueduct
Construction of
the Colorado
Aqueduct
 History of Los Angeles
 Los Angeles - Early 1900s
 Los Angeles - 40s-50s Drive
1. What is the importance of the L.A. Aqueduct to
L.A.?
2. What changes occurred to the city that resulted
from the comple...
 Protects the area from
development of any species
that is on the Endangered
Species list set by the federal
government.
...
Endangered
species.
 CAWater Shortage 60 Minutes 2009
1. What is the endangered species act?
2. What do you think about the endangered
species act?
3. Why is the smelt and salm...
 Low Head Dam: A dam that is slightly raised
over a river.
 Allow for the creation of electricity for us.
 Allow for the storage of large amounts of
drinking water.
 Allow for ri...
1. Dams stop the movement of fish and other
species.
Salmon
2. Change from river habitat to pond or lake.
3. Dams degrade water quality.
4. Affect downstream users.
5. Dams may be da...
 Go to the Los AngelesTimes and find an
article regarding the California water issue.
 Title: title of article and date ...
 Electricity is often created using dams or
burning coal and using the steam from it.
http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/hyhoww...
 Hydroelectric Power - Hydroelectric Power
 Hoover Dam -The Hoover Dam - CBS News
1. List the five concerns regarding dams and
for each one, explain what the negative
consequences are.
2. List and define ...
Nuclear material such as uranium splits releasing energy that is
used to heat the water and convert it to steam. The steam...
 Create 10 MC on water issues.
 3 answers to choose from, circle the correct letter.
 No true/false or yes/no answers
...
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
Water, energy & los angeles
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  1. 1. Mr. Estrella
  2. 2. Founded on September 4, 1781 by Spanish Governor Felipe de Neve. It became a part of Mexico in 1821 following the Mexican War of Independence. After the Mexican–American War in 1848, California was purchased as part of theTreaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, thereby becoming part of the United States Spanish
  3. 3. 1860 American The Stagecoach San Diego
  4. 4. •21 years old arrived in 1877. •Fewer than 10,000 residents
  5. 5. 233 miles! Mulholland Builds the Aqueduct
  6. 6. Construction of the Colorado Aqueduct
  7. 7.  History of Los Angeles  Los Angeles - Early 1900s  Los Angeles - 40s-50s Drive
  8. 8. 1. What is the importance of the L.A. Aqueduct to L.A.? 2. What changes occurred to the city that resulted from the completion of theAqueduct? 3. If the L.A. Aqueduct had not been built, what do you think L.A. and So. Cal. would be like now? 4. Why is water conservation important? 5. Why do you think the L.A. Aqueduct is important to you and your family?
  9. 9.  Protects the area from development of any species that is on the Endangered Species list set by the federal government.  Administered by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
  10. 10. Endangered species.
  11. 11.  CAWater Shortage 60 Minutes 2009
  12. 12. 1. What is the endangered species act? 2. What do you think about the endangered species act? 3. Why is the smelt and salmon important? 4. What is an indicator species? 5. Describe what is going on with Southern California’s water and what is going on in Central CA’s (Fresno area) water.
  13. 13.  Low Head Dam: A dam that is slightly raised over a river.
  14. 14.  Allow for the creation of electricity for us.  Allow for the storage of large amounts of drinking water.  Allow for rivers to become navigable.
  15. 15. 1. Dams stop the movement of fish and other species. Salmon
  16. 16. 2. Change from river habitat to pond or lake. 3. Dams degrade water quality. 4. Affect downstream users. 5. Dams may be dangerous if they fail.
  17. 17.  Go to the Los AngelesTimes and find an article regarding the California water issue.  Title: title of article and date it was published  Write (2 paragraphs) a summary paragraph about the problem and a paragraph about what may happen in the future. http://nieonline.com/latimes/login.cfm User Name: estrella PW: mclc4311
  18. 18.  Electricity is often created using dams or burning coal and using the steam from it. http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/hyhowworks.html
  19. 19.  Hydroelectric Power - Hydroelectric Power  Hoover Dam -The Hoover Dam - CBS News
  20. 20. 1. List the five concerns regarding dams and for each one, explain what the negative consequences are. 2. List and define three new words you learned in this section. 3. Explain how electricity is created using dams.
  21. 21. Nuclear material such as uranium splits releasing energy that is used to heat the water and convert it to steam. The steam spins the turbines that produce the electricity.
  22. 22.  Create 10 MC on water issues.  3 answers to choose from, circle the correct letter.  No true/false or yes/no answers  No ridiculous questions or answers.

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