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Chapter 9 Lesson 1 and 2 /Water Cycle

What causes the water cycle to continually occur? The sun's energy
What are tropical storms with wind speeds of 119 kilometers per hour, or 74 miles per hour--or more? Hurricanes
What is the process in which water moves from the surface of Earth to the air and them back again? The water cycle
Water that falls back to Earth is called precipitation
What causes flooding during a hurricane? Rain and storm surge
What is a fast-spinning spiral of wind that stretches from the clouds of a thunderstorm to the ground? Tornado
Process by which a liquid changes into a gas. Evaporation
What might be the result if a tropical storm grew stronger? Hurricane
Which form of precipitation occurs when water vapor turns directly into ice? Snow
What forms when water vapor cools and condenses on dust particles in the air? Clouds
Process by which a gas changes into a liquid Condensation
Ryan is showing the class how liquid water can be changed to other forms. What will happen when he heats the liquid water to a high temperature? It will evaporate.
Created by: s42mahoney