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Cycle: Water

The Water Cycle

Water Cycle: The change of water from one state to another as it travels from the Earth’s surface to the atmosphere and back
Evaporation: The process of changing from a liquid to a gas, usually caused by energy from the sun
Condenses: Changes from a gas to a liquid as the temperature decreases
Condensation: The process of changing from a gas to a liquid, such as water vapor changing into water
Precipitation: Water falling to the surface of the Earth in the form of rain, hail, sleet, or snow
Transpiration: The process of water vapor leaving a plant and entering the atmosphere
Filters: Movement of water through the soil
Groundwater: Water that collects underground in cracks and spaces in rocks
Saturated: Containing as much water as it can hold
Sublimation Changing directly from a solid to a gas without changing to a liquid first
Created by: twaller