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There is only 2% of fresh water available on our Earth
A river is a natural waterway, which moves water across the landscape from higher to lower elevations, and is an important component of water. Out of 100% of water there is only 0.0001% of river.
A lake is a body of water or other liquid of considerable size contained on a body of land. There are only 0.009% of lakes.
A glacier is a slow moving river of snow and ice. There are only 2% of glaciers.
Water below the earth's surface is known as ground water. Ground water left is 0.68%.
Water that has evaporated into the air is called water vapour. Water vapour in air is 0.0019%.
Ocean is the largest water body on Earth. It occupies 97.3%of water.
WHERE IS THE EARTH’S WATER LOCATED? WHAT ARE THE PROCESSES OF THE WATER CYCLE? Hydrosphere.
Water cycle is a very simple process and is also called the ‘Hydrologic cycle’. Water cycle provides us with freshwater continuously. The cycle keeps.
THE WATER CYCLE Water moves from the oceans to the atmosphere, from the atmosphere to the land, and from the land back to the oceans.
Where is Water? Water covers 70% of the Earth’s surface 97% of water is found in ocean (or is salt water and not drinkable!) 2% of water is ice and snow.
Why is water important? All living things depend on it. 60% of human body depends on it. Helps transport in the body. Regulates body temperature. Photosynthesis.
What is one requirement of all living things? Water.
The Water Planet Chapter 2 Section 1. Water Water covers 70% of the earth’s surface Examples: Streams, Rivers, Lakes, Seas, Oceans, Water Vapor, Glaciers,
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The Water Cycle. Also known as The Hydrologic Cycle.
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The Sun, Ocean, and the Water Cycle Unit 16. The Water Cycle The water cycle is the continuous movement of water through Earth’s environment. The main.
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71% of the total surface of the earth is covered by ocean, rivers, lakes, under table and polar ice caps. Oceans cover the majority of the earth.
There are 7 water features on Earth OCEANS SEAS RIVERS LAKES STREAMS PONDS GLACIERS.
The Water Cycle Sunshine The sun will shine on water located in various areas making it warmer. This causes the water to eventually turn into vapor.
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Chapter 2 Section 1 The Water Planet. Water Cycle As we already know, our planet is 70% water As we already know, our planet is 70% water As a liquid,
Mrs. Tweedie April 2006 Vocabulary The Water Cycle.
* Evaporation is when the sun heats the water in rivers, lakes, or oceans and turns it into vapor or steam. The water vapor or steam leaves the rest of.
The Water Cycle Review. Evaporation Transpiration Condensation Precipitation Collection / Accumulation Infiltration Percolation GROUNDWATER SUN.
List 8-Water Cycle. Ocean The entire body of salt water that covers about 71% of Earth.
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Where is the Water Found on Earth?. Groundwater Groundwater is freshwater under Earths surface. Rain soaks into and through the soil and collects above.
Earth Science Unit Overview: Chapter 4 – Earth’s Water Lesson 1 – Earth: The Blue Planet Lesson 2 – The Water Cycle Lesson 3 – Fresh Water Resources Lesson.
The Water Cycle Chapter 6 – Global Systems. The Water Cycle The natural process of recycling water is known as the water cycle. As water moves through.
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THE WATER CYCLE Water moves around Earth in a perpetual cycle. In the atmosphere, clouds are made from tiny droplets of water or pieces of ice. Precipitation.
WaterSection 1 Water Resources Water is essential to life on Earth. Humans can live for more than month without food, but we can live for only a few days.
THE WATER CYCLE.... Evaporation Evaporation is when the sun’s energy turns the liquid to a gas Because the sun’s heat sours is energy lifts the water.
3 states ◦ Solid ◦ Liquid ◦ Gas The 3 states of water are controlled by temperature The amount of water on earth remains the same even if it changes.
Water H 2 O = 2 hydrogen atoms + 1 oxygen atom Forms of water: –Liquid –Solid (ice) –Gas (in the air)
Evaporation Evaporation is the process where a liquid, in this case water, changes from its liquid state to a gaseous state. Liquid water becomes water.
The Earth System The Earth System The Earth is a system consisting of 4 major interacting components: Geosphere(lithosphere) Hydrosphere Atmosphere Biosphere.
Chapter 2.1. Seventy percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water. There is water literally all around us in the form of water vapor, or water.
Water and Weather Chapter Four: Water and the Water Cycle 4.1 Water on Earth’s Surface 4.2 The Water Cycle.
Ch. 13: The Water Cycle Vocabulary: glacier, water cycle, evaporation, water vapor, condensation, precipitation, runoff, groundwater.
Hydrologic Cycle. Water Cycle The movement of water from the Earth’s surface into the air and back to the surface again
The Water Cycle What is it and how does it work?.
THE WATER CYCLE. DID YOU KNOW THAT THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF THE EARTH’S WATER DOES NOT CHANGE? DID YOU KNOW THAT THE RAIN IS ACTUALLY WATER FROM THE OCEAN?
The Water Cycle The Water Cycle Jump The Water Cycle.
UNIT SEVEN: Earth’s Water Chapter 21 Water and Solutions Chapter 22 Water Systems Chapter 23 How Water Shapes the Land.
What is the water cycle? The water cycle is the process by which water moves through the Earth and atmosphere. (You might want to start filling in the.
By Abhinav Krishna M VI - F. Realms of Earth The earth has the most suitable environment to support life. This environment has three major components.
Animals. Plants Rivers Clouds Lakes Oceans Glacier.
The Hydrologic (Water) Cycle. Where is water found? Water is stored on Earth in the: oceans icecaps and glaciers groundwater lakes rivers
Chapter 3, Section 3. The continuous movement of water into the air, onto land, and then back to water sources. Evaporation Condensation Precipitation.
Something that travels in a circle A process that repeats itself over and over A Cycle Is… EXAMPLES B i c y c l e W h e e l Car Tire M e r r y - G o.
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