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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.
WATER: Let’s Get Thirsty for Life! Water Distribution
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,
Distribution of Freshwater and Saltwater. How is Earth’s water distributed among saltwater and freshwater Earth is known as the “blue planet” because.
To understand the processes involved in the water cycle
The Earth’s Water Chapter 2 ~ Section 3. Oceans, lakes, rivers, and other bodies of water make up the earth’s hydrosphere Hydrosphere.
The Water 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.
The Water Cycle Ms Pearson’s Class. The Water Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey water takes as it circulates from the land to.
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.
EARTH’S WATER FEATURES
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.
The Water Cycle By Ariane.
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,
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