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Water Cycle


Condensation Water vapor turns from gas to liquid forming clouds ands precipitation
Evaporation Water turns from liquid to gas
Precipitation Water droplets grow heavy and drop to the earth in the form of rain, snow, sleet, hail
Infiltration Water soaks into the ground
Groundwater Water that is stored in the ground
Transpiration Evaporation from plants
Run-off Surface water that flows over the ground
Sun The driving force of the water cycle
Water cycle The continuous movement of water through evaporation, condensation and precipitation
Collection Any place at which water is "stored" for a period of time
Created by: Mhowell56