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Landforms and Water Resources

TermDefinition
continental shelf plateau off of a continent that lies under the ocean and stretches for several miles
trench deep cut in the ocean floor
groundwater water that filters through the soil into the ground
aquifer underground layer of rock through which water flows
water cycle system in which water moves from the Earth to the air and back to the Earth
evaporation part of the water cycle; process by which water changes from liquid to gas
condensation part of the water cycle; process by which water changes from gas to liquid
precipitation part of the water cycle; process by which water falls to the Earth as, for example, rain or snow
collection part of the water cycle; process by which streams and rivers carry water that has fallen to the earth back to the oceans
occur to be found in
define to describe or establish
availability state of being easy or possible to get or use
Created by: akennon