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Water Cycle

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Ricardo Hernandez

on 13 October 2012

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Transcript of Water Cycle

Clarissa Michelle Garcia
Ricardo Dakota Hernandez About Sublimation Evaporation Condensation The water cycle is a process in which the state of water changes constantly. When water changes from a solid to a gas.
An example is Dry Ice. Precipitation works through the collection of water in the clouds that falls to the Earth. Evaporation is when the surface of a liquid changes to gas. Precipitation It is when the water vapor in the air turns into a liquid. Collection It is when water returns to the Earth. Transpiration Water that evaporates from the plants. Surface
Run Off When water can no longer be absorbed into the soil, it remains above the surface rather than continuing to seep in.
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