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5.8B Water Cyclee Vo

Water Cycle Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Water Cycle The constant movement of water through the land, air, oceans, and living things.
Water Vapor water in a gaseous form especially when below boiling temperature and spread through the atmosphere
Evaporation Physical change in matter from a liquid to a gas.
Transpiration the process by which plants give off water vapor through the stomata in their leaves
Condensation Physical change in matter from a gas to a liquid.
Precipitation Rain, snow, sleet, and hail that falls from clouds in the sky.
Runoff The movement of water on a surface to areas of lower elevation.
Accumulation A buildup or gathering of something that occurs over time.
Groundwater water within the earth that supplies wells and springs
Created by: sepolend