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Unit 3 Water Cycle

BMMS Unit 3 Water Cycle

Water Cycle Components Condensation Precipitation Collection/Runoff Ocean Evaporation Heat from the Sun
Water Cycle 1 This molecule is cycled amongst its three states of matter. The sun’s energy drives the different states between precipitation, evaporation, and condensation.
Water Cycle 2 This molecule is cycled through the biosphere, stopping in many different places along the way.
Water Cycle- Condensation Water vapor changes from gas to liquid in clouds
Water Cycle- Precipitation Once liquid water in clouds become too heavy, it falls to the Earth as rain, sleet, snow or hail
Water Cycle- Collection/Runoff Water from precipitation is collected in lakes, rivers, streams, and ground water
Water Cycle- Ocean Water on land can eventually run into one of the major oceans on Earth
Water Cycle- Evaporation Water changing form from liquid to gas
Water Cycle- Heat from Sun The sun’s energy drives the everchanging state of water
Created by: jgoodale