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THE WATER CYCLE 4-4.1Summarize the processes of the water cycle (including evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff).
WATER CHANGES FROM AND CYCLES BETWEEN EARTH’S SURFACE AND THE AIR AND BACK AGAIN.
THERE ARE 4 COMPONENTS OF THE WATER CYCLE PROCESS
LIQUID WATER ON EARTH BECOMES A GAS, CALLED WATER VAPOR, AS PART OF THE AIR THROUGH THE PROCESS OF EVAPORATION
THE PROCESS OF EVAPORATION RESULTS FROM THE SUN’S ENERGY.
CONDENSATION HAPPENS IN THE AIR AS WATER VAPOR CHANGES BACK TO DROPLETS OF WATER
CLOUDS FORM AS A RESULT OF CONDENSATION; DEW ALSO FORMS FROM CONDENSATION, BUT THE WATER DROPLETS CONDENSE DIRECTLY ONTO A SURFACE SUCH AS GRASS, A CAR, OR GLASS.
THE PROCESS OF CONDENSATION RESULTS FROM THE COOLING OF AIR TEMPERATURE.
AFTER CONDENSATION OCCURS ALLOWING FOR THE FORMING OF CLOUDS, ANY FORM OF WATER THAT FALLS FROM THE CLOUDS IS CALLED PRECIPITATION (RAIN, SNOW, SLEET, HAIL).
SNOW, SLEET, AND HAIL RESULT FROM FREEZING TEMPERATURES IN THE AIR; RAIN FORMS WHEN THE AIR TEMPERATURE IS ABOVE FREEZING.
IF PRECIPITATION FALLS ON LAND SURFACES, IT ATTEMPTS TO RETURN TO THE OCEAN OR LAKES AS RUNOFF.
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