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Chapter 7 Science (Grade 3)

the conditions of the atmosphere at one place and time weather
the never ending movement of water between Earth's surface and the air water cycle
the measure of how hot or cold something is temperature
the change of state from a liquid to a gas evaporation
the way liquid moved from the air to the ground precipitation
the mixture of gases that surrounds the Earth air
a gas in the atmosphere that is part of weather water vapor
ponds, lakes, rivers, streams, glaciers, and icebergs all make up what type of water? freshwater
Where can most of Earth's freshwater be found? glaciers and icebergs
Where does most of the water that falls as rain come from? ocean
What is the correct order of how water from the ocean becomes rain? evaporation condensation precipitation
Created by: mrshassler