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Lewis-Water Cycle

tool used to measure temperature thermometer
tool used to measure humidity psychrometer
amount of water vapor in the air humidity
temperature at which air is saturated and condensation occurs dew point
the constant cycling of water on Earth the water cycle
process in which liquid water changes to water vapor evaporation
process in which water vapor changes to liquid water condensation
any form of water falling from the clouds precipitation
source of energy for the water cycle the Sun
plants releasing water vapor into the air transpiration
formed when water vapor changes from a gas directly into a solid frost
water in the form of a gas water vapor
formed when warm air rises, cools, and condenses clouds
cloud prefix indicating a rain-producing cloud nimbus
storm clouds cumulonimbus
Created by: lewisch