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water cycle

TermDefinition
evaporation water turns into gas
wind vane a device that measures the direction of wind
windsock/wind vane a device that measures the direction of wind`
wind speed how fast the wind is blowing
condensation when gas turns back into a liquid
ground water water held underground in the soil or in pores and crevices of rock
cycle an interval of time during which a sequence of recurring successions takes place
solar energy energy from the sun
water cycle the cycle of processes by which water circulates between the Earth's oceans, atmosphere, and land
meteorologist a scientist who studies the weather
cold front represented by the symbol of blue triangle
warm front represented by the symbol of a red semi-circle
transpiration the process when plant absorbs water through the roots and then gives off the water vapor through the pores of leaves
runoff the draining away of water carried from the surface
ocean 75% of the Earth's surface is covered in water and about 70% of the air we breathe is produced by this
precipitation rain, snow, sleet, or hail
accumulation the gradual gathering of rain or snow
rain gauge tool that measures the accumulation of precipitation
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