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The Water Cycle

The water cycle, describes the continuous movement of water on, above and below the surface of the Earth.
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Laura Gargala

on 19 April 2010

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Transcript of The Water Cycle

Water Cycle Concepts Precipitation
condensed water vapor
falls to the earth's surface. this can be in the form of
rain
sleet
hail
fog
snow Evaporation
the transformation of water from a liquid to a gas phase.
Sublimation
the state change directly from
solid (ice or snow) into water vapor. Evapotranspiration
the release of water vapor from
plants into the air. The water cycle keeps
us the circle of life
in perfect balance. Condensation
the transformation of water
vapor to liquid water droplets in the air;
producing fog and clouds. Snowmelt
the runoff produced
by melting snow Advection
the movement of water in
solid, liquid, or vapor states, through
the atmosphere These are just a few of the
processes in the water cycle.
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