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Water Quiz T1, L2

Water Enters the Atmosphere

TermDefinition
cycle series of events that repeat in the same order over and over
evaporation molecules of a liquid are heated by the sun and enter the surrounding area as a gas
transpiration process where plants release water vapor through their leaves
relative humidity percentage of water vapor in the air compare to the maximum amount of water vapor the air can hold
condensation water vapor changing into liquid water
humidity a measure of the amount of water vapor in the air
dew point the temperature at which condensation begins
psychromoter device used to measure relative humidity
temperature a major factor in condensation
cloud formation one result of condensation of water vapor in the atmosphere
Created by: mrsrooney