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water review


Haashir Rahman

on 3 May 2010

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Transcript of water review

THE WATER CYCLE This water cycle shows the demonstration of the water shows the water moving from diffirent states all in the same cycle . First the sun directly heats up the water
to make the water very warm. Then water evaporates Evaporation is when liquid is forming into gas. In the water cycle, the liquid is the water. The gas is the thick grey clouds. The water vapour rises into the atmosphers, cools, and condenses into clouds Condensation is when gas is forming into liquid. In the water cycle, the gas in the case is thick clouds. The preciptation is liquid. Clouds moisture is released as precipitaion (rain, snow, hail, fog) What is preciptation? Precipitation is any form of water that falls to the earth's surface. This includes snow, rain, sleet, freezing rain, and hail.
Precipitation is generated in clouds. When water vapor droplets in clouds become so large that updrafts within the clouds can no longer support them, the water will fall to the earth under the force of gravity. Do you know what water vapour is? Water vapor is water in its gaseous state instead of liquid or solid (ice). Water vapor is totally invisible. If you see a cloud, fog, or mist, these are all liquid water, not water vapor. Water vapor is extremely important to the weather and climate. Without out it, there would be no clouds or rain or snow, since all of these have their source in water vapor. THE WATER CYCLE Precipitaion in the form of snow may become part of a glacier or ice sheet Some of the rain runs into rivers and lakes and also soaks in to the ground refilling aquifers WHAT IS A AQUAFIER? An aquifer is a body of saturated rock through which water can easily move. WAIT, WHAT IS CONDENSATION? WHAT IS EVAPORATION? WHAT IS IMPERMEABLE? Water that ground cannot absorb fast enough or that falls on an impermeable surface becomes run off. It means nothing can get throug a substance. Some things are permeable, meaning that liquids or other matter can "permeate" them or get into them. Rivers flow to the ocean THE WATER CYCLE DEMONSTRATION IS BY HAASHIR RAHMAN THE-END LASTLY: The water cycle
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