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Earth's Hydrosphere

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Transcript of Earth's Hydrosphere

Hydrosphere
Earth's
Why is the Earth
called the
Blue Planet?
All of the water on the Earth is called:
The Hydrosphere
Hydrosphere includes:
Oceanic
How does the water
get to the hydrosphere?
What are some ways that the hydrosphere moves?
The Earth is 75% water.
forms of
ocean
rivers
ice
rain
A layer formed of all the water on the Earth
Continental
waters
waters
oceans
seas
lakes
rivers
ice
cover parts of the continents
The Water Cycle
Water gets heated by the sun
Vapor becomes clouds made of tiny droplets of water
The clouds have too much water
Water is collected back into the hydrosphere
The hydrosphere moves:
Waves
Currents
Tides
body of water curled into an arch
masses of water that moves
changes in the level of water
Would you rather?
Would you rather live in a world:
with no Oceanic waters
with no Continental waters
or
Why? Give 2 reasons.
Does not include the water vapor
Liquid water becomes vapor as it enters the atmosphere
Water falls in the form of rain, snow, or hail
Collection
I would rather live in a world with ______ because...
The Earth is about 75%:
1. Land
2. Salt Water
3. Continental Water
4. Oceanic Water
5. Water
The _________ is a layer that includes all the ______ on Earth.
1. Geosphere, water
2. Hydrosphere, rocks
3. Atmosphere, air
4. Hydrosphere, water
5. Geosphere, rocks
What is not part of Continental Waters?
1. Ice
2. Sea
3. River
4. Vapor
5. Lake
In the Water Cycle, water enters the hydrosphere through:
1. Collection
2. Photosynthesis
3. Precipitation
4. Evaporation
5. Condensation
How does water move in the hydrosphere?
1. Currents
2. Evaporation
3. Condensation
4. Snow
5. Waves
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