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Clouds and Storms Lesson 2 – What Happens to Water in Clouds?
A cloud is a made up of many tiny water droplets
Any form of water that falls from clouds to the ground is called… Pre Precipitation
Types of Precipitation
Four places on the earth where water can be found are…
Most lakes, rivers, streams and ponds contain … FRESH WATER
Underground water is called FRESH WATER
A spring is formed when groundwater flows out of a small openings in the earth’s surface
The process of using and reusing water is called the Water Cycle
In the water cycle… Water evaporates, condenses, fall as precipitation and eventually evaporates again. Runoff is surface water that is not absorbed.
Two ways in which water evaporates are: SUNWIND
During the condensation stage: The air cools, and the water vapor condenses into tiny water droplets. The droplets form a cloud
What is it and how does it work?
The Water Cycle.
Water Cycle The Movement of Water. What is it? Our water cycle is a closed system, meaning, water is not lost nor created. Water that falls today, fell.
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.
THE HYDROLOGIC CYCLE.
Ch. 13: The Water Cycle Vocabulary:
The Water Cycle What is it and how does it work?.
Hydrologic Cycle. Water Cycle The movement of water from the Earth’s surface into the air and back to the surface again
Warm ups? 1.Have you ever heard of the water cycle? 2.Does water get recycled in the environment? 3.What is a cloud?
The Water Cycle Review.
WHERE IS THE EARTH’S WATER LOCATED? WHAT ARE THE PROCESSES OF THE WATER CYCLE? Hydrosphere.
The Water Cycle An original Power Point presentation by Lindsey Durham.
THE WATER CYCLE 4-4.1Summarize the processes of the water cycle (including evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff).
The Water Cycle Wind Condensation Precipitation Runoff Collection Review Evaporation.
The Water Cycle By Mrs. C. Cook water cycle- water is constantly being cycled through the atmosphere, ocean, and land. -is driven by energy from the.
Bellwork In your own words… Tell me everything you remember about the water cycle. It’s okay if you forgot! BRAINSTORM! See what you can come up with.
WHAT IS THE WATER CYCLE? Water is always moving between the atmosphere (troposphere) and surface of Earth. Water is always moving between the atmosphere.
Chapter 2.1. Seventy percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water. There is water literally all around us in the form of water vapor, or water.
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