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Soil and Water Cycle Review Mrs. DeLauras 3 rd Grade Class
The carrying of weathered pieces of rock by wind, water, and gravity is called _____.
The breaking down of rock into smaller pieces, such as sand, silt, or clay is called ______.
Land surfaces that are not covered with plants are more likely to _______.
lose soil through erosion
Soil is created by a process of ____.
Materials that plants need to live and grow are ___________.
Soil helps plants to grow by providing ____ and _____.
support and nutrients
The components of soil are ___________.
rock, clay, silt, sand, and humus
The upper surface layer of soil is called ______.
The layer of rock underneath the topsoil is called ____.
The layer of soil that has the most nutrients for plants is the _____.
The plant nutrients in soil come from _____.
The solid layer of rock beneath the subsoil and loose rocks is called _____.
There is a layer of loose rocks between the ______ and ______.
topsoil and subsoil
The pieces of decayed plants and animals in soil are called _____.
The top layers of soil are produced when bedrock _______.
breaks into smaller pieces
The process of producing soil takes many ______.
Tiny particles of soil the are tightly packed, hold water well and provide some nutrients are called _____.
Small grains of worn down rock that have few nutrients and do not hold water well are ______.
Soil particles that are larger than clay, but smaller than sand are _____.
The energy source that drives the water cycle is the ____.
The three processes that are involved in the water cycle are ___, ___, and ___.
Evaporation, condensation, and precipitation
Ponds, lakes, streams, oceans, and underground are all places where _____.
water is stored
The movement of water from the ground to the air and then back to the ground is called ____.
The water cycle
The process by which liquid water is turned to water vapor is called ____.
The process in the water cycle by which water vapor is changed back into liquid water is called ____.
The collecting of water in streams, lakes, and oceans is called _____.
In order for water to evaporate it must be ____.
In order for condensation to occur, water vapor must be ____.
Water that falls from the sky is called ____.
The forms of precipitation are ___, ___, ___, and ___.
rain, sleet, hail, and snow
Runoff from over- fertilized lawns and fields, oil from parking lots, soil erosion and animal waste are all forms of _____.
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