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Watery Planet

Water Cycle and Earth's Systems

Salinity A measure of how salty water is.
Aquifer The layer of rock and soil that groundwater flows through.
Water Table The top level of groundwater in an aquifer.
Reservoir A lake formed behind a dam.
Condensation The changing of a gas into a liquid.
Evaporation The changing of a liquid into a gas.
Precipitation Water leaving clouds as rain, snow, sleet, or hail.
Sublimation When ice turns into water vapor without first melting.
Sleet Frozen rain drops.
Water Cycle The path that water takes as it evaporates from oceans, lakes, and other sources, condenses, and falls to Earth as precipitation, and evaporates or flows back to the sea.
Created by: nelsons11