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The Importance of the Water Cycle

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The Importance of the Water Cycle
Water Cycle
Water Cycle
Evaporation is a stage of the water cycle where water is transformed and is changed into water vapor. Water vapor is formed when energy from the sun is transferred to the surface and heats up the water. Condensation is a stage of the water cycle and is when water vapor forms clouds and collects droplets of water. These clouds are formed when the water molecules come together forming clouds. When the clouds formed by water vapor has collected enough water it will cause rain, snow, and hail. This stage is called precipitation.
Without one part of the water cycle,the water cycle wouldn't change unless its evaporation,because that's the stage where the water evaporates, but if the water doesn't evaporate there wouldn't be water vapor to form clouds which collects water to precipitate,and without water we would die!
Yes, it can because the stage of evaporation needs to evaporate water through the sun's heat, but there are two stages that contains water, the runoff stage and the groundwater stage. Also the condensation stage, because once the clouds form they can precipitate which is the precipitation stage, and that's why the water cycle can start at any stage.
DID YOU KNOW?..... The amount of earth water doesn't change because the water cycle conserves earth's water in a circular motion.
75% of the earth is covered in water,only 1% of the earth's water is available for drinking and 2% is currently frozen!
The water used for the dinosaur age is the same water we have now because the water cycle conserved the same water over and over again.
The Water Cycle
The water changes daily by the 6 stages. Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation, Runoff, Groundwater, and Transpiration.
The water cycle is the process of water recycling over and over again through six stages and never stops.The sun is the major source of the water cycle and helps water turn into water vapor through evaporation.
What would happen without one part of the water cycle?
Can the Water Cycle begin at any stage?
Fun Facts About The Water Cycle
GOT WATER???
Cite page
http://www.get2knowh2o.org/student/watercycle.html
http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/hyd/home.rxml
http://www.epa.gov/ogwdw000/kids/flash/flash_watercycle.html
Water Cycle
The runoff stage is when land water forms streams, rivers, and lakes.The groundwater stage is when water has left the earth's surface and has gone underground. Transpiration is when the plant's roots absorbs the groundwater and the water from the leaves is evaporated.
Transpiration
The Water Cycle
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