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The Water Cycle

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Tonna Stephenson

on 5 May 2010

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THE WATER CYCLE Condensation Precipitation Runoff What do these words mean? Well, these are all steps in the water cycle. Let me explain... First, water evaporates into the air from things such as oceans, rivers, and lakes. Then, the evaporated water condensates into the clouds. Next, the condensated water in the clouds falls to the Earth as
precipitation. It can fall in any form such as rain and snow. The last step in the water cycle is runoff. The water that has fallen to the ground
is then runs off back into the oceans, rivers, and lakes. However, not all the water
leaves the land. Some water is stored as groundwater and helps plants grow. The water cycle then repeats itself.
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