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S1 Fresh Water 02: Groundwater

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brooke boulanger

on 2 October 2013

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Transcript of S1 Fresh Water 02: Groundwater

Groundwater is Fresh water that comes from underground.That is very important because it is the source of fresh water for people.
Groundwater cycle.
1) The groundwater cycle starts evaporation and transpiration.
4) The water that didn't runoff into lakes or streams would sink into the ground.
6) Then after that water starts to escape from the aquifer through cracks between soil. The water then moves toward lower elevations.
1) http://water.epa.gov/learn/resources/groundwater.cfm

2) http://earthguide.ucsd.edu/earthguide/diagrams/groundwater/

3) http://burnanenergyjournal.com/groundwater-the-water-cycle-and-depletion/

4) Google images.
2) The water that is evaporated goes into the sky and condenses into clouds and falls down as precipitation.
3) Then the water will flow across the earth as runoff into lakes and streams.
5) Then groundwater is stored into an aquifer. An aquifer is rocks that water can be transferred or stored in.
7) Then the water is back into rivers and streams and the groundwater cycle begins again.
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