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Water on Earth Water and Salinity Water Vocabulary More Water Vocabulary Water CycleClouds 10 20 30 40 50
The level of the ocean’s surface Sea Level
A measure of the amount of salt in the water. Salinity
The hydrosphere covers what percentage of the Earth’s surface. Three-fourths
Where most of earth’s water is found. Oceans
Moves warm water or cold water to different parts of the Earth. Currents
Only 3/100 of earth’s water is _______. Fresh
The water supply can be extended by ______ or by using less water. Recycling.
Fresh water is made safe by settling, filtering, and treatment with _______. Chemicals
The top level of ground water. Water Table
The area which water drains into a river. Watershed
Water found under the ground. Groundwater
Used water can be recycled and used again in this process. Reclamation
A system of pipelines that carries water from a river or lake to the area where it is needed. Aqueduct.
Usually an artificial lake that forms behind a dam. Reservoir
A layer of rock or soil through which groundwater flows. Aquifer
The repeated movement of water in different forms through the environment. Water cycle.
True or false: The water cycle can affect weather patterns. True
The changing of liquid water to water vapor. evaporation
The changing of water vapor into liquid that occurs when air cools condensation
Water that falls from clouds as rain, hail, sleet, or snow. Precipitation.
The formation of ______ is a major part of the water cycle. Clouds
Precipitation that falls as frozen raindrops. Sleet
Clouds that are thin, wispy, and high altitude Cirrus
A cloud at ground level. Fog
Form as pieces of ice and are blown up into freezing air at the tops of clouds. Hailstones
What is it and how does it work?
Water on Earth is naturally recycled through the water cycle. The sun is the source of energy that drives the water cycle.
TRUE OR FALSE 75 % of the earth is covered with water.
7Ie The water cycle Click on part of the picture to find out more.
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Hydrologic Cycle. Water Cycle The movement of water from the Earth’s surface into the air and back to the surface again
Water on Earth!!! Ms. Coulter.
Part I The hydrologic cycle. This is also called the water cycle It is the recycling of the water between the oceans, land and atmosphere There.
Water Cycle and Weather. Georgia Performance Standards S4E3 Students will differentiate between the states of water and how they relate to the water cycle.
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 What is it and how does it work?.
The Water Cycle Review.
WHERE IS THE EARTH’S WATER LOCATED? WHAT ARE THE PROCESSES OF THE WATER CYCLE? Hydrosphere.
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