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Water Cycle & Earth Science

When water turns to a gas evaporation
When gas turns back into a liquid condensation
Water held underground in the soil or in pores and crevices of rock ground water
An interval of time during which a sequence of recurring successions of events takes place cycle
The cycles of processes by which water circulates between the Earth’s oceans, atmosphere and land involving precipitation as rain and snow, drainage in streams and rivers and return to the atmosphere by evaporation and transpiration water cycle
The process when a plant absorbs water through the roots and then gives off water vapor through the pores of the leaves transpiration
The draining away of water carried from the surface runoff
To spin or make a circular motion on its own axis rotation/rotate
To go all the way around revolution/revolve
Resources that CAN be replaced in a short amount of time. (Soil, sun, crops, people, plants, trees, air, animals and water renewable resources
Resources that CANNOT be replaced quickly. Takes millions of years. (Coal, oil, natural gas, silver, gold, diamonds, aluminum and gems) nonrenewable resources
Made from crops and can be used as an alternative resource like ethanol for our cars biofuels
The wise use and protection of natural resources conservation
Converting waste into reusable materials recycle
The general weather over a long period of time climate
The day to day conditions of our atmosphere that can change in an instant weather
The amount of moisture in the air humidity
Rain, snow, sleet, hail or fog precipitation
The gradual gathering or rain or snow accumulation
When the temperature drops to 0 degrees Celsius freezing
Earthquake, landslide, hurricane, tsunami and volcano rapid changes to the Earth's surface
Weathering, erosion and deposition slow changes to the Earth's surface
Created by: kristel.cruz
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