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Science 3 D-1

TermDefinition
aquifer Underground layers of soil, sand, or gravel that store ground water.
condense To change form from a gas to a liquid.
evaporate To change form from a liquid to a gas.
gas A state of matter that has no definite shape and does not take up a definite amount of space.
ground water The water found beneath Earth's surface.
liquid A state of matter that has no definite shape but takes up a definite amount of space.
natural resource A material found in or on Earth that people use.
precipitation The liquid or solid forms of water that fall to Earth.
reservoir The body of water that is stored behind a dam.
solid A state of matter that has a definite shape and takes up a definite amoulnt of space.
surface water Fresh water in lakes, streams, and rivers.
water cycle The path that water follows from Earth to air and back again.
water vapor Water that is a gas.
75% Amount of the Earth that is covered by water./
97% Amount of water that is filled with salt.
ice caps, glaciers, and icebergs 66% of the fresh water are in these forms.
2/3 Amount of water in a human body.
air, soil, water Examples of natural resources:
water Earth is sometimes called the ___ planet.
surface water and ground water Where does most of our supply of fresh water come from?
evaporates and becomes water vapor What happens to ocean water during the water cycle?
fresh fruits, ground water, rain water Name three ways that you could get water if you were stranded at the beach.
ice Water in a solid form
water Water in the form of liquid
steam Water in the form of gas
heat What we add to ice so that it changes to liquid water.
heat What we add to liquid so that it becomes water vapor.
heat What we take away from water vaport and it changes to liquid water.
heat What we take away from liquid water and it changes to ice.
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