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The water cycle

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Harvey Buckle

on 2 March 2018

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Transcript of The water cycle

To draw and understand a graph of our results from the last experiment
To know how the water cycle applies to changes of state
To start display work
Watch Mr Harvey
The water cycle
The water cycle
1st March 2018
The water cycle
The water cycle is also known as the hydrological cycle. It describes how water moves on, above, or just below the surface of our planet.

Water molecules move between various locations - such as rivers, oceans and the atmosphere - by specific processes. Water can change state.
Make some display work
The stages
Energy from the Sun heats the Earth’s surface and water evaporates from oceans, rivers and lakes. The warm air rises, carrying water vapour with it.

Transpiration from plants releases water vapour into the air.

The moist air cools down as it rises. Water vapour condenses back into liquid water, and this condensation process produces clouds.

As the water droplets in the cloud get bigger and heavier, they begin to fall as rain, snow and sleet. This is called precipitation (it is not the same as precipitation in Chemistry).
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