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Click for Definition groundwater
Water that fills spaces in rock and sediment groundwater Click for Definition
A place where a lot of water can be stored aquifer Click for Definition
The percentage of open spaces in a rock porosity Click for Definition
How freely water passes through the open spaces in the rock permeability Click for Definition
The upper surface of the zone of saturation Water table Click for Definition
Sloping layer of permeable rock sandwiched between two layers of impermeable rock Artesian formation Click for Definition
Zone of saturation
In aquifer layer of ground in which all pores are filled with water Zone of saturation Click for Definition
Zone of aeration
In aquifer layer of ground that lies between the water table and the earth’s surface Zone of aeration Click for Definition
Spring that is commonly located in rugged terrain because the ground surface often drops below the water table Ordinary spring Click for Definition
Hot springs that erupt periodically Geysers Click for Definition
Form of water that falls to Earth's surface from clouds; rain, snow, sleet, hail precipitation Click for Definition
The change of state from gas to liquid; water vapor changing into water droplets that form clouds condensation Click for Definition
Water lost from organisms via transpiration evapotranspiration Click for Definition
Continuous movement of water between atmosphere, land and oceans Water cycle Click for Definition
WATER EVAPORATION: Stage of water cycle when water changes from liquid to vapor (or gas)
The Water Cycle.
The Water Cycle Water is recycled through the water cycle.
Water Cycle and Groundwater. Water Cycle and Groundwater Water can be all 3 states of matter – solid, liquid, gas Percentages of water on Earth: 75% of.
Groundwater 97% of all of the Earth’s water is found in our oceans (salt water) Of the 3% of freshwater that remains 2/3 of it is frozen in the ice caps.
1 Hydrologic Cycle is the never ending cyclic exchange of water
WATER MOVING UNDERGROUND
Jeopardy Vocabulary Water Cycle UndergroundOn top of the Earth Random Facts Metric System Final Jeopardy.
Water Cycle Vocabulary
THE HYDROLOGIC CYCLE.
Water Cycle (Also known as the hydrologic cycle)
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, water everywhere?
The Water Cycle Review.
Elements of the water cycle
Chapter 16- Groundwater What is groundwater?
Terms to Know Capillarity= attraction of water to the surface of rocks. Moves against gravity. Porosity= The size of the gaps between rocks Permeability=
What happens to rain or snow that falls on the ground?
Chapter 16 Study Notes: Groundwater.
Groundwater. What do you remember about how we get water from underground? Dig below the water table Dig below the water table Aquifer Aquifer Springs.
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