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Water in the Atmosph


Water Cycle The continual Movement of water among Earth' atmosphere, oceans, and land through evaporation, condensation, and percioitation
Evaporation the process by which water molecules in liquid water escape into air as water vapor
Humidity The amount of water vapor in a given volume of air
Relative Humidity The percentage of water vapor in the air compared to the maximum amount of water vapor that can contain at a given temperature
Psychrometer An instrument used to measure relative humidity, consisting of a wet-bulb thermometer and a dry-bulb thermometer
Condensation The process by which molecules of water vapor in the air become liquid water
Dew Point The temperature at which condensation begins
Cirrus Wispy, feathery clouds made of mostly of ice crystals that form at high levels
Cumulus Fluffy, white clouds, usually with flat bottoms that look like rounded piles of cotton .
Stratus Clouds that form in flat layers and often cover much of the sky
Created by: FuntomFive