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Water Cycle

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on 7 May 2015

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Transcript of Water Cycle

4. Evaporation
1.
History
Thank you for watching
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Water Cycle
Here's an example of the water cycle
Conclusion
Stages
condensation
2. Infiltration
3. Runoff
5. Precipitation
6. Transpiration

Introduction
geographic information
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