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Water Cycle-Ricker

Water Cycle Vocab

matter Anything that takes up space and has mass. Everything around us is made up of matter.
solid Matter that has a definite shape and takes up a definite amount of space. Ex: book, desk, chair
liquid Matter that takes up a definite amount of space, but does not have a definite shape. Ex: water, apple juice, milk
gas Matter that has no definite shape or size. Ex: oxygen, helium
water vapor Water in the form of a gas in Earth's atmosphere
evaporation When water on Earth changes from a liquid into a gas
condensation When water in Earth's atmosphere changes from a gas back into a liquid
precipitation Water in the atmosphere that falls to Earth as rain, snow, sleet, or hail
accumulation Water that collects or builds up on Earth
groundwater Water that soaks into the ground
The Water Cycle order Evaporation-->Condensation-->Precipitation-->Accumulation
Created by: NicoleRicker