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The Water Cycle!

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Andoni Henderer

on 27 February 2014

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Transcript of The Water Cycle!

The angle of the sun's rays affect climate because the Earth gets warmed unfairly, so that means we would have temperature differences and this is also the reason of why we have wind and weather.
There are lots of forms of precipitation. Rain, snow, sleet, and hail. But first, lets learn how it precipitates.
Clouds are the reason it rains. They get too heavy, and pour down on the world with one of the four forms of precipitation.
Transpiration
Transpiration happens when water from plants evaporates into the atmosphere.
Condensation
Evaporation
The sun heats a water body, such as an ocean, lake, or river. The water from that body floats into the atmosphere.
Precipitation
By Ava Grealis and Andoni Henderer.
Transpiration
Is another form of eveporation.
Water vapor cools as it gets higher in the air. Water droplets condense around particles of dust and salt. After that, the water droplets grow into a cloud.
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Rain
Snow
Hail
Sleet
Thank You
For Watching!
BYE!
This place is cool!
Here is the
Cloud Machine!
Stratus Clouds
Stratus clouds are a low forming type of cloud. Fog is a kind of stratus cloud.
Cumulus Clouds
These clouds are mostly made of water droplets. They resemble cotton candy and they can grow very tall and very wide. Cumulus clouds often form at low elevations.
Cirrus Clouds
Cirrus clouds appear at higher elevations. They look like thin, wispy streamers hanging around in the atmosphere.These clouds are made of ice crystals.
Stratus clouds are a gray color and usually indicate stormy weather.
YAY!
Lightning!
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The 'Heirs' Of Nature
Air Mass
Air mass is a body of air that has the same temperature and oisture properties throughout.
Air Pressure
Air pressure is the weight of air on Earth's Atmosphere. It's completely different from air mass.
Welcome to our weather prezi!
Airs... Get It? Ha Ha!
What factors affect climate? (by Andoni)
Factor #2:
Factor #3
This is a map of the climate zones of North America!
Factor #1:
One of the factors that affect climate is temperature. If you have cool temperatures most of the time, then you most likely have a cool climate.
The Water Cycle!
Types of Clouds!
Air Types!
The Water Cycle!
Climate Zones!
Today, you'll learn about...
Enjoy!
Cold Air Mass
Warm Air Mass
HI!
By: Ava Grealis
Precipitation
Climate can also be affected by wind, oceans, and mountains. Mountains can affect the climate of both sides of it because one side gets the rain and the other remains dry and arid. Oceans provide the moisture to fuel raistorms and the shores will most likely have a climate with a lot of precipitation.
Lesson III: Weather tools!!
Anemometer:
An anemometer is used for measuring wind speed. It has little cups that spin when the wind blows.
Wind Vane:
A wind vane shows the direction of the wind that is blowing on it.
Weather Balloon:
You can send a weather balloon into space where it will analyze data and record the experiences of the flight.
Barometer:
A barometer is used to measure the air pressure. If the air pressure is high, then we will have fair weather and if it is low pressure then we will have humid and cloudy weather.
Hygrometer:
A hygrometer is a tool used to measure humidity, or the amount of water vapor in the air.
Fun Fact:
"Anemo" means "wind" in Greek!
This is a hygrometer!
Here are some bloopers!
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