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Rocks. Soil, Fossils

Vocabulary Rocks& Soil, Fossils and Water Cycle Laney Chrane

Water Cycle the movement of water from Earth's surface into the air and back to the Earth's surface again
Groundwater a form of fresh water that is found under the Earth's surface
Evaporation the process in which a liquid is changed into a gas
Condensation the changing of a gas into a liquid
Precipitation the water that falls to Earth as rain, snow, sleet or hail
Magma hot, soft rock from Earth interior
Rock Cycle the cycle in which rocks change over time and under certain conditions
Fossil remains, impressions, or traces of an animal or plant of a former time period
Mold a hollow form in a rock the provides the shape of an object once trapped there
Estuary area where salt and freshwater mix; a place where a river and an ocean come together
Fossil Fuel fuels like oil, coal and natural gas that formed millions of years ago from the decayed remains of ancient organic matter (living things)
Natural Gas A gaseous fossil fuel used to cook and to heat homes
Pressure exerting a force or pressing
Sedimentary Rock rock that formed when sediments were pressed and cemented together
Created by: Haley Murphy Haley Murphy