Part 3—Save Data to the Table Display for Comparison

Step 1 Save Annual Evaporation Data to the Table

  1. The precipitation layer is in a menu box. Click on the little solid arrow next to the box labeled precipitation to select Annual Evaporation data.

  2. Click the Save button beneath the menu box to save the Evaporation data to the Table. If the Save button is hidden, it can be displayed by clicking the little double arrows furthest right of the menu box.

  3. Save this map into the top left space. Make sure the name is Annual Evaporation.
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  4. This will move you to the Table tab. It is incomplete and has room for two additional data displays.

  5. Click on the Map tab to return to the Map view.

Step 2 Save Annual Precipitation Data to the Table

  1. Use the pull-down menu in the layer list to view the Annual Precipitation data.
  2. Click the Save button in the Layer list to save the data to the Table.
  3. Save this map into the bottom space. Make sure the name is Annual Precipitation.

  4. This will move you to the Table tab. Now there are two completed sections in the Table.

  5. Click on the Map tab to return to the Map view.

Step 3 Save Annual Surface Runoff Data to the Table

  1. Use the pull-down menu in the layer list to view the Annual Surface Runoff data.
  2. Click the Save button in the Layer list to save the data to the Table.
  3. Save this map into the top right space. Make sure the name is Annual Surface Runoff.

  4. This will move you to the Table tab. The Table is now complete.


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