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rain, snow, sleet, hail, drizzle precipitation
when gas turns back to a liquid condensation
oil, coal, natural gas non-renewable resources
when water turns to vapor evaporation
the gradual gathering of snow or rain accumulation
the dropping of sediments to a new place deposition
a device that measures wind direction weather vane or wind sock
measures air pressure barometer
the breaking down of sediments weathering
the general conditions of the atmosphere over a long period of time climate
the moving of sediments by wind, waves, or ice erosion
the amount of molecules in matter that allows it to sink or float density
push or pull force
substance or material that allows energy to pass thru conductor
prism, lenses, pencil in water the bending of light refraction
to soak up absorb
to spin rotate
to go all the way around revolve
heat energy thermal
moving energy/to do work mechanical energy
still water or shiny metal reflection
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