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Ch.7 Science terms

Water Cycle = Steps/how it's affected 1.Evaporation 2.Condensation 3.Precipitation 4.Run-off -Affected by temperature, pressure, wind and elevation of land.
Water Cycle- Step examples/what they do Evaporation; Water evaporates from the ocean/bodies of water Condensation; Clouds form when water vapor condenses into water droplets/ice crystals Precipitation; Ice crystals fall from clouds
Sublimation/Frost formation -Possible paths in water cycle Sublimation; ice changing to water vapor without first melting
Types of Clouds/How they look Cirrus:Thin/wispy/white, high altitude Cumulonimbus:Grow vertically/air rise inside pushes up can cause thunderstorms Altocumulus:Midlevel, small puffy balls,bottoms look dark-no direct sunlight Stratus:Cover whole sky, little sunlight
Types of Clouds/How they look-fog Fog:Air near ground cools-water vapor condenses to tiny droplets=form a cloud near ground When more droplets form/get larger, fog appears thicker.
Created by: CamilleW