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(2) Could the cyanide have reached the Green River? If so, circle the entry point on the map. . A creek disappears at point X on the map (about 2 inches on the map to the west?southwest of Park City). Dye placed in the creek just before it disappears can be used to determine where the water reappears on the surface. (1) Predict where the dye would reappear at the surface, and mark those points on the map. (2) What is the hydraulic gradient in feet per mile between the point where the creek disappears and the first place its waters reappear? Hint: Use the water?level contours to calculate h and the map scale to measure I. Show your calculations. (3) If the dye took 152 hours to travel the distance in (2), what was its average velocity in feet/hour? Show your calculations.
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