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The Water Cycle

By Daniela Covarrubias
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Daniela Covarrubias

on 9 January 2015

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Transcript of The Water Cycle

Evaporation
Condensation
THE
END
Precipitation
Precipitation is when the water that was evaporated turns back into a form of liquid and falls into a river,lake,or ocean. It falls as rain, sleet, snow, or hail. Hail forms when cold air continues to push rain into the cloud. The more it goes back into the cloud the heavier it gets. Then, it gets to the point the hail is too heavy and it falls down. Sleet falls as rain and freezes when it hits the ground. Snow freezes before it hits the ground.
The Water Cycle
by Daniela Covarrubias

Condensation is the step where air cools down and some water vapor turns into liquid like water droplets in clouds or fog. Condensation forms dew and ground fog. Condensation is important to the water cycle because it forms the clouds. It is the complete opposite of evaporation.
Evaporation is the process of water turning into water vapor with the sun's heat. This water turns into a gas called water vapor. The water vapor goes into a cloud and cools.
The Water Cycle
The water cycle is what separates the amount of water in the world.Seventy percent of Earth is covered by water. Some water goes in the ground, an ocean or rivers, streams, lakes, etc.
The three steps are evaporation,precipitation, and condensation.
Water is Limited
Some places don't have as much water as others. Some places have more water in different seasons. Water needs to be used wisely. The amount of water can be extended by using less or recycling.
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