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Heat Affects Water

By Adam, Hibo, and Saer

Adam El Sayed

on 8 March 2011

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Transcript of Heat Affects Water

Heat Affects Water Water Cycle Finally, the water slips back into the ocean, and repeats the same process. Summary The water cycle is the continious movement of water. Water evaporates by the sun heating up the ocean surface. Next it condenses, which means it cools down and causes precipitation. Ocean Currents An ocean current is a continuous, directed movement of ocean water. There are hot and cold currnets. Ocean currents contribute to the movement of heat from the warm regions of Earth, to the colder regions of Earth. This section is about how water is continiously changing states, how heat creates the water cycle, and how ocean currents affect the climate and the movement of heat. Thanks for watching!!
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