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1. Which process is most important to the water cycle?
2. In the morning, Mary noticed there was dew on the grass. In the afternoon, the grass was dry. What most likely happened to the water?
3.It is a warm summer night. The relative humidity is 100%. From dusk until dawn, the air temperature drops from 32oC to 18oC. What would you expect to see in the morning?
4. What are the two dominant elements in Earth's atmosphere?
5. On a hot summer day, the wind suddenly starts to blow, clouds start to form, there is a brief thunderstorm, and it becomes cooler. What probably happened?
6.Dew is formed by
7. Which two physical changes are essential processes in the water cycle?
Created by: nerakd