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Everything Else -tion Ground Sky Air
This air temperature makes water evaporate.
This air temperature makes water condense.
An example of evaporation
When water evaporates, it turns into this form.
Steam rising from a boiling pot is an example of this.
The source of energy that drives/controls the water cycle.
After condensation occurs, water droplets form these.
Rain is the only liquid form of precipitation. Name 2 of the 3 solid forms.
2 examples of condensation
When clouds become heavy from condensation, this process occurs.
Large body of salt water
Water that is found underground
Water that ends up in rivers and lakes
Two sources of water pollution
Where most of Earth’s water is found
Water that falls from the sky
The process in which liquid water is turned into water vapor
The process in which water vapor is changed back into liquid water
The collecting of water in streams, lakes, and oceans
The process by which some water within plants evaporates into the atmosphere
Movement of water from the ground to the air and back to the ground
2 ways in which we can conserve water
Glaciers and snow from mountaintops contribute to the water cycle by doing this
To save water
2 places (besides oceans and lakes) that water can be stored or accumulated
Warm Temperatures Answer Category 1 -10
Cold Temperatures Answer Category 1 -20
Bath towels drying on a rack, water level in a pool/pond going down, hand sanitizer drying on your hand Answer Category 1 -30
Vapor Answer Category 1 -40
Evaporation Answer Category 1 -50
Sun Answer Category 2 -10
Clouds Answer Category 2 -20
Sleet, snow, hail Answer Category 2 -30
Steam on a bathroom mirror, sweat on a water glass, dew on grass Answer Category 2 -40
Precipitation Answer Category 2 -50
Ocean Answer Category 3 -10
Subsurface Runoff Answer Category 3 -20
Surface Runoff Answer Category 3 -30
Fertilizer, oil spills, soil erosion, animal/human waste, chemicals Answer Category 3 -40
Oceans Answer Category 3 -50
Precipitation Answer Category 4 -10
Evaporation Answer Category 4 -20
Condensation Answer Category 4 -30
Accumulation Answer Category 4 -40
Transpiration Answer Category 4 -50
Water Cycle Answer Category 5 -10
Turn off water when brushing teeth, shorter showers, fix water leaks, save rain water to water garden/flowers Answer Category 5 -20
Melting and becoming runoff Answer Category 5 -30
Conserve Answer Category 5 -40
Rivers, streams, ponds, underground Answer Category 5 -50
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