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The Water Cycle!
Transcript of The Water Cycle!
Created By: Samantha, Sharlyn, Jillian, Brian, and Jeremiah!
We want to talk about the water cycle and our five questions!!!
Why does the water stay in all bodies of water if it has to evaporate?
The river or ocean, anything that contains water has lots of water but our research say's only 30% goes up and 60% comes down so if more comes down and not a lot of it goes up that means water is always in an ocean.
This means that the water is always 30% water or more. unless of water a water black out!
what chemicals are in the water?
A substance called molecules make up different chemicals that allow the water to brake apart and the chemicals that are in water is called H2O and this means...2 oxygen and hydrogen.
One of the three steps of the water
How does the water cycle effect habitats?
The Water Cycle!
The water cycle effect's the habitat by giving it more water. It makes puddles that indent the ground in the habitat.
here's some example's:
Another one is precipitation. This is before infiltration. It makes the water go down and rain.
That happens in fresh water, salt water, river, ponds, and lakes.
The last one is infiltration. this is before evaporation and this makes the water go through the ground and allows the evaporation step to happen.
This lets the water cycle happen!!!!
water is in lakes, rivers, and oceans.
when ice is in a hot area it melts into water.
when it is cold it forms little chemicals that let it freeze into ice.
water is a natural recourse that is not hand made.
really old ground water is called fossil water.
about 71% of earth's surface is covered in water.
only 3% of water is drinking water.
most water is salt water and we can only drink fresh water because salt water can make us sick
The side step is condensation this is when the water from plants give up the water to add on to the water cycle then sucks it up with the roots when precipitation.
where does the water cycle start?
The water cycle doesn't have a beginning or ending because it is a cycle. To explain what it is, we start at any of the points on the cycle. Starting at the ocean, the sun evaporates the water so it goes into the clouds and comes back down when the clouds are to full and go back to the ocean then happens over and over and over again.
. It makes the water safe for the animals in the habitat.
Where do we start?
The habitat moves faster by the water cycle.
ocean - a body of water that can go past 100 yards.
chemicals - different kinds of bacteria and molecules that can do different effects.
movement - when an object or noun that moves in a particular pattern.
cycle is evaporation. Evaporation is before precipitation. it makes the water come back up happen again by heating the water.