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Water and Structure

Water A compound made of hydrogen and oxygen
Hydrosphere All water on in or above the surface of the earth
Tributary Place where water is stored
Watershed A place where land runs into some kind of body of water
Surface Water Water on the surface of the earth
Groundwater Water stored below earths surface in the soil and rocks
Aquifer A rock layer with water stored in it
Water cycle the movement of water between the land the ocean and the sky
Evaporation When a liquid turns to a gas
Transpiration When water is released from leaves on trees
Condensation When a gas turns to liquid
Precipitation When liquid falls from clouds (rain, snow, sleet, etc.)
Infiltration When water penetrates the ground
Runoff When rain water runs off a hill or mountain into a lake or stream
Porosity How wet something is
Density Mass/Volume=Density
Universal Solvent A substance that is able to dissolve almost all other substances
Created by: EthSil2020