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Water Cycle

Schrift-wk 4.5 water cycle

The process in which liquid water changes to water vapor isevaperation
The process in which water vapor turns to liquid water is condensation
Water that falls to the Earth's surface in the form of rain, sleet, hail, or snow is precipitation
Pecipitation that soaks into the ground is ground water
Precipitation or melted snow that does not soak into the ground is runoff
What drives the water cycle? The solar energy
Heat from the sun hit Earth's surface and causes evaperation of water
As water vapor rises it cools and condenses
When water vapor in clouds cools and collects into droplets they fall to the ground as precipitation
Water is replenished or recycled through the water cycle
The next step after collection of runoff is evaporation
The next step after evaporation is condensation
The next step after condensation is precipitation
The next step after precipitation is runoff and collection
A cycle has no start or end
Created by: kschrift