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Transcript of Water Cycle
What is the water cycle?
When water falls back to earth as precipitation, it may fall back in the oceans, lakes, rivers or it may end up on land. When it ends up on land it will soak into the earth and become part of the “ground water”. It runs over the soil and collects in the oceans, lakes, or rivers where the cycle starts all over again!
The second step of the water cycle is Condensation. What's Condensation? Condensation is when air cools and some of the water vapor turns into liquid, for example water droplets in clouds, fogs, and dew .
The fist step of the Water cycle is Evaporation.
What's Evaporation? Evaporation is the changing of liquid water to water vapor.
What does Evaporation do? Evaporation makes water go in the sky.
As you can see
in this picture
it shows that
there is dew on the
In this picture
it shows that
there is fog everywhere.
The next step of the water cycle is Precipitation. What's Precipitation? Precipitation is when clouds have to much water droplets , get to heavy, and falls. It may fall as sleet,rain, hail, or snow. When these droplets or crystals become too heavy to be suspended in the atmosphere, they fall to Earth as precipitation.
In these three pictures it shows all the different form and shapes . The first one is hail the second one is sleet and the last one is snow.
In this picture it shows that the steam is evaporating to the sky.