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Animals All Animals need water.
Plants All Plants need water.
Lakes Lakes are one of three types of surface water in this activity. What are the other two?
Ground Water Ground water is all the water between soil and rock particles that is below the water table.
Soil Surface water includes lakes, rivers and water In the soil, above the water table.
The Water Cycle.
Water, Water, Water. Where Is Water Found? 70% of the Earth is covered by water. 70% of the Earth is covered by water. 97% of all water is found in the.
Water brochure Your complete guide to where you want to go in your lifetime.
There is only 2% of fresh water available on our Earth.
Water is absorbed by plant roots. The soil is saturated, so water runs off into a river Soil.
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.
Water On Earth Learning Targets: Know the process involved in earth’s water cycle Know the various water reservoirs and % of the water in each.
The Water Cycle By Ariane.
A project by Reagan, Adam, and Keaton. Where is water located on Earth Oceans Lakes Springs Rivers Streams Ponds Waterfalls Ground water.
THE WATER CYCLE Ms. Michelle Pierce.
Water droplet dreams Have the adventure of a life time.
By: Jordan, Hanna, and Ella
Water Every Drop Counts!. Earth’s Water Supply 2 Groups of Fresh Water 1.) Surface (above ground) 2.) Ground (below the ground surface)
Precipitation, Evaporation, Transpiration, Condensation.
The Water Cycle Grade 7 Science. Goal I can explain how the water cycle purifies water, and where our sources of fresh water come from.
Go on a trip. information in side Ashton Kolb. Cloud When it precipitates some times it terns to ground water.
Earth’s Spheres, Landforms and Physical Processes What does it all mean? ©2012, TESCCC.
*The Water Cycle* By: Erika Eisenhardt, Leah Feingold, and Janice Matlon.
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