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water cycle the continual movement of water among the earths atmosphere oceans and land surfaces through evvaporstion condensation and persipatation
precipitation any form of water that falls from clouds and reaches the earths surface
ground water water that fills cracks and spaces in underground soil
evaporation the process by which water molocules in liquid water escapeinto the air as water vapor
condensation the process by which molocules of water vapor in the air become liquid water
water vapor Water in the form of gas.
conservation The practice of using less of a resorce so that it will not be used up.
Fresh water Water that does not contain a large amount of salt.
Salt water Water containing a large amount of salt.
Created by: RylieJean