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#1 Vocab.

What is weather? The state of the atmosphere at a given time and place, with respect to variables such as temperatures, moisture, wind, and barometric pressure.
Climate? the general weather of an area over a long period of time.
Runoff? Overflow of water on the Earth's surface. This water typically runs to the lowest point, eventually making its way back to large bodies of water.
What is the result of alot of serious runoff. Erosion (water)
Erosion? the movement of weathered materials by water, wind or ice.
Deposition? the dropping off of bits (sediment) of eroded rock.
Condensation? the process of changing from a gas to liquid.
Precipatation? water that fall to the earth. (rain, snow, sleet, or hail)
Weathering? The breaking down of earths materials.
What are the different forms of weathering? Chemical, physical, & biological.
What is the process in which water moves through out the earth? The Water Cycle.
Created by: graewynne