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Water Cycle The movement of water from the Earth’s surface into the air and back to the surface again http://www.deq.state.la.us/assista nce/educate/liquid2.htm
Evaporation The process by which a liquid changes into a gas Caused by the heating of water
Condensation The process by which a gas changes into a liquid Caused by the cooling of the gases
Precipitation The water that falls to the earth as rain, snow, sleet, or hail
Rain Rain develops when growing cloud droplets become too heavy to remain in the cloud They then fall toward the surface as rain
Snow The ice crystals that fall to earth as soft, white flakes
Sleet Freezing rain Frozen raindrops that bounce on impact with the ground or other objects
Hail Large frozen raindrops produced by intense thunderstorms
Accumulation (Collection) The build-up of water on the Earth’s surface Streams, rivers, ponds, lakes, seas, and oceans hold accumulation
Run-off The movement of a liquid In the water cycle it is the movement, or flow, of water once it comes back to the Earth’s surface.
Ground Water A form of fresh water that is found under the Earth’s surface Water seeps into the ground and collects in the water table.
To understand what happens to water in the River Forth
The Water Cycle.
To understand the processes involved in the water cycle
What is it and how does it work?
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Ch. 13: The Water Cycle Vocabulary:
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Lesson Outline Chapter 8 Unit 2
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THE WATER CYCLE 4-4.1Summarize the processes of the water cycle (including evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff).
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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.
WHAT IS THE WATER CYCLE? Water is always moving between the atmosphere (troposphere) and surface of Earth. Water is always moving between the atmosphere.
Water cycle is a very simple process and is also called the ‘Hydrologic cycle’. Water cycle provides us with freshwater continuously. The cycle keeps.
AKA The Hydrologic Cycle. Water 3 states Solid Liquid Gas The 3 states of water are determined mostly by temperature. Even though water is constantly.
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