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The Water Cycle Review
Collection / AccumulationCondensation SUN Transpiration Precipitation Evaporation Collection / Accumulation Infiltration Percolation GROUNDWATER
This occurs when liquid water changes into water vapor, which is a gas.EVAPORATION
ACCUMULATION COLLECTIONWater, usually from precipitation, that flows across land and builds in rivers, streams, and eventually the ocean. ACCUMULATION COLLECTION
The process by which plants release water vapor into the air through their leaves.TRANSPIRATION
The downward movement of water through pores and other spaces due to gravity.PERCOLATION
All water located within the rocks below the Earth’s surface.GROUNDWATER
This occurs when water vapor cools and changes back into liquid water droplets. This is how clouds form. CONDENSATION
The movement of water into the ground due to the pull of gravityThe movement of water into the ground due to the pull of gravity. The water seeps into the ground. INFILTRATION
This occurs when rain, snow, sleet, or hail falls from the clouds onto the Earth’s surface.PRECIPITATION
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