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The Water Cycle
Transcript of The Water Cycle
The Water Cycle
By: Jacqueline Alvarez, Yasmin Chuc, and Earvin Santiago
Introduce research project
Today, we will introduce to you the water cycle. The water cycle changes each by the seven stages of the water cycle. The water changes each day by the convection currents happening in the atmosphere/land. The six stages are evaporation, condensation, groundwater, precipitation, runoff, and transpiration.
What do we know about the Water Cycle?
The water cycle is Earth's water that is always in movement, and the natural water cycle,also know as the hydrologic cycle describes the countinuous movement of water on, above, and below the surface of the Earth. Water is always changing states between liquid, vapor, and ice.
What we know about the water cycle is that the sun is the main source of it and without the sun there wouldn't be no water cycle.
Evaporation: is when the sun heats up energy, warms the the water found on Earth and turns it into vapor, which rises up into the air. (This water comes from rivers, lakes, oceans, puddles, and etc.) It supports the water cycle by evaporating water to the clouds.
Condensation: is the transformation of water form a gas into a liquid and the process that leads to condensation. Condensation usally occurs in the atmosphere when warm air rises, cools and loses it's capacity to hold water vapor.
Precipitation: is when there is enough water in the clouds and when they are too full with water it starts to rain. It supports the water cycle by collecting the water when there is to much on land.
Run-off: are rivers, lakes, and etc.. that transport water from land to the oceans.