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The Recycling of Water

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Transcript of The Recycling of Water

Water Cycle
The water cycle has six stages. The six stages are precipitation, condensation, evaporation, transpiration, runoff,and groundwater. Another thing about the water cycle is that it has no end or beginning. So far you've been thinking ,"What is the water cycle." Well the water cycle is the process that recycles water and is able to keep using the water again, and again, in order for our planet, humans, plants, and animals to live. The water cycle is a natural phenomena which means we don't cause it or were not involved.
Condensation is when the vapor from evaporation that turns into clouds. Condensation is important to the water cycle because this stage is in charge of forming the clouds.
Runoff is when rain or snow starts moving on a downhill going into a river, lake ,or ocean. It helps by replenishing ground water.
The Recycling of Water
by Bryant .J ,Brenda . M ,Oscar . R and Susana . Z

The Beginning!
My group went on websites that Ms.Esparza provided. We took about two days to collect all of the information we have in this prezi. We will explain how the water cycle works and what are the stages. We will put it in depth and do our best to clarify it.
Remember when we said there is six stages of the water cycle.You may be asking yourself what do the six stages do, How are they important , and how do they support the water cycle . Well the first one we explained is precipitation, this stage is when there is too much stored water in the cloud and it is released .This is rain ,hail ,ice ,sleet ,and freezing rain.This supports the water cycle because it causes evaporation,and without it there will no water cycle.
Transpiration is when water from the leafs and stems of plants are evaporated. It helps by making more vapor and making condensation happen faster.
Groundwater is when surface water goes underground and is stored. The water underground is brought back up with roots of plants and trees into transpiration. It helps by giving water to the plants and trees to make transpiration.
Next we shall explain evaporation , this is when the sun makes water that precipitated turn into vapor and rise up.It supports the water cycle because it helps condensation occur.
What would happen without one part of the water cycle ?
Without one part of the water cycle the cycle wont exist. For example if there is no precipitation there will be no evaporation, no condensation, and further on. Also the water will stay the same and will not be recycled.
Can the water cycle start at any stage?
The water cycle can start on any stage. It can because in a way each stage helps out the other. For example there can be no evaporation, without precipitation, and no precipitation without condensation etc.

Fun facts
- did you know that there is 40 trillion gallons of water above your head on an average day.
- 80% of all the evaporation comes from the ocean.
-Did you know that in warm parts of the earth, plants create so much vapor that they make their own weather.
person:I'm thirsty
person in the sky:YOU THIRSTY?!
person: nah you see this empty water bottle.
person in the sky: sorry bro i didn't see that. So if your thirsty get some water.
person: how?
person in the sky: by theeeeeeeee WATER CYCLE!!!!!
person: what in the world is that?!
person in the sky: is you serious... well the water cycle is the process in which water gets recycled, here it comes one of its stages PRECIPITATION.
person: [ gulp gulp] awesome, thanks bro.
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