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how much water is covering the earths surface? 2/3 of earth is covered by water.
how much of water is salt water? 97% of the water on earth is saltwater.
How much water is fresh water? 3% of the water on earth is fresh water.
How much water is ground water? 30% of the water on earth is ground.
How much of the water on earth is ice caps? 68.7% of the water on earth is ice caps.
How much of the water on earth is surface water? 68.7% of the water on earth is ice caps.
How much of the water on earth is lake water? 68.7% of the water on earth is ice caps.
How much of the water on earth is swamps? 11% of the water on earth is swamps.
how much of the water is used in other things? .9% of the water on earth is used in other stuff.
What is water vapor? Water vapor is water in its gas state.
What is an ice berg? Ice berg is a large floating pieces of ice.
What is an aquifer? aquifer are large underground reservoirs for fresh water.
What is a run off? Run off occurs when excess rain water of melt water can't be absorbed by the soil and over flows on the surface or drain into a water ways.
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