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WATER EVAPORATION: Stage of water cycle when water changes from liquid to vapor (or gas)
GROUNDWATER: Water that is found underground in cracks & spaces in the soil, sand & rocks
PRECIPITATION: Water that falls from clouds as rain or snow
WATER AQUIFER: layers of soil, sand & rocks that store groundwater
RECHARGE: Downward movement of water through spaces of rock or soil, to be stored underground
CONDENSATION: Process when gas condenses to form clouds or liquid water (like on the outside of a cold glass)
WATER IRRIGATION: The largest use of groundwater – when crops are watered
WATER TABLE: Top of saturated zone
WATER DISCHARGE: Area where ground water enters a lake or stream
PERMEABLE: The ability to pass through
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