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This presentation was created to be used with the Brooke and Branch puppet show. It is intended to be used to reinforce the concepts presented. The show was developed by the Cobb County Watershed Stewardship Program. It is part of the environmental exploration for students in Cobb County. The power point program is used by choosing a point value. Click on the edge of the tile to move from answer to question and then back to the game board.
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The movement of water from the earth into clouds and back again as precipitation
What is the water cycle?
Water falling from the clouds in the form of rain, sleet, snow or hail.
What is precipitation?
Water changing into a liquid or gas.
What is evaporation?
The release of water from plant leaves.
What is transpiration?
An area of land that drains into a creek, river, lake or other body of water.
What is a watershed?
A group of species inhabiting an area.
What is a community?
A living thing.
What is an organism?
An organism that makes its own food through photosynthesis.
What is a producer?
A living thing that breaks down the remains of dead organisms.
What is a decomposer?
A living thing that obtains energy by eating other living things.
What is a consumer?
Water stored in the ground.
What is groundwater?
Water soaking into the ground.
What is infiltration?
Precipitation flowing over the ground.
What is runoff?
The functioning position of an organism in its environment.
What is a niche?
Relating to or being on the land.
What is terrestrial?
The lower level of plants in a forest.
What is the understory?
The lowest level of the forest that contains rotting vegetation and provides homes for many animals.
What is the floor?
The uppermost level in the forest.
What is the canopy?
The living members of a habitat interacting with each other and the nonliving environment.
What is an ecosystem?
A type of habitat that is a transition zone between land and water.
What is a wetland?
A type of habitat that contains water that is not salty.
What is freshwater?
A shallow stretch of river or stream where the water forms small rippled waves.
What is a riffle?
A term meaning something is large enough to see with the naked eye.
What is macro?
A stream insect usually in the nymph stage.
What is a macro invertebrate?
Living organisms that tell us how healthy a habitat is.
What is a bioindicator?
Make your wager
The number and variety of living things found in a certain geographical area.