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AZ History
Theodore
Roosevelt
Dam
AZ
Geography
Water All
Around
Conserving
Water
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These prehistoric
people constructed
canals for
irrigating their
crops.
Who were the
Hohokam?
A series of these
made it difficult to
be a farmer in
Arizona before a
dam was built.
What were great
floods and long
periods of
drought?
This person is
responsible for using
the early Hohokam
canals for irrigation
for farmers in the
Valley.
Who was Jack
Swilling?
This famous purchase
was responsible for
Southern Arizona
(including Tucson)
becoming part of the
United States.
What was the
Gadsden
Purchase?
Without this natural
resource, there could
not be as many people
living in the desert of
Arizona.
What is water?
This is the
president whom the
dam was named
after.
Who is Theodore
Roosevelt?
This is the year in
which Theodore
Roosevelt Dam
was completed.
What is 1911?
These are the
reasons TRD
needed to be built.
What are water
storage and
electricity
production?
This is the national
forest where TRD is
located.
What is Tonto
National Forest?
This is the location
of where the stones
were quarried for
construction of
TRD.
What is Arizona?
The number of
physiographic
regions of Arizona.
What is three?
This is the famous
geologic feature in
the plateau region
of Arizona and was
formed by erosion.
What is the Grand
Canyon?
This river forms the
western boundary of
Arizona and is a
source of water for
Arizonans.
What is the
Colorado River?
This is the region
where Phoenix and
Tucson are located.
What is the desert
region?
This is the word that
describes a land area
that drains water to a
low point (e.g. a
river).
What is a
watershed?
Water goes
through this
natural process
continually.
What is the water
cycle?
Water from these
two rivers flows
through the canals
in Phoenix.
What are the Salt
River and Verde
River?
This is the
percentage of fresh
water available for
human use on
Earth.
What is less than
1%?
This is the process of
harnessing the kinetic
energy of water and
turning it into
electrical energy.
What is
hydropower?
This is the term for the
height of top of the water
behind a dam which
directly correlates to how
much electricity can be
produced by that water.
What is the head?
This is one easy
way water can be
saved at home.
[Questions vary]
This is a water
saving device that
turns off the flow of
hot water when you
are getting ready
for a shower.
What is a “lady
bug”?
This is the term for
a type of toilet that
has two different
size flush volumes.
What is a dualflush toilet?
This is a
recommendation
you would give
your school to
conserve water.
[Ideas vary]
This is the precious
resource that we need
to conserve so we can
preserve future
generations’ life in the
Arizona.
What is water?
Make your wager
This is the person
responsible for the
future of our water
resources in
Arizona.
Who is ME?