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Ch. 10

Ch.10 Science

Explain the Water Cycle. Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation, Rain freezes, run off or underground water and cycle continues
Fresh Water Sources Lakes, Rivers, Glaciers, Puddles, Rain
Ocean Water Sources Pacific, Artic, Indian, Atlantic
Ground Water Water that has seeped inot the ground from the surface of the earth
Aquifer An underground layer of porous rock through which water can flow easily
Water Table in the ground, the level beneath which porous rocks are filled with water
Producing well a hole in the ground that has tapped into an aquifer and produces water
Zone of Saturation An area underground where aquifers have been formed
4 main things that cause eroisn Wind, Ice, water, Gravity
Weathering is? the breaking down of Rock, into smaller rock fragment
Physical Weathering Example- Road cracks, root wedging, frost wedging
Chemical weathering Example- Rust, oxidization. Causes, Caves and sink holes
Place with lots of sink holes and stuff Karasts
How are Stalagtites for Stalagmites formed? By salt + mineral filled water dripping from caves.
Moraire- rocky ridge at the bottom of a glacier
Eskers Ridges formed by rivers under glaciers
Created by: nutmeg0505