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Watercycle

6th grade prezi / powerpoint
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Zadee & Kara McVandergriff

on 17 January 2013

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Transcript of Watercycle

By: Kara & Zadee The Water Cycle condensation: * takes place when vapor changes in the air to make clouds right after evaporation takes place.

* Its most noticeable when the plants have dew on them or frost. Precipitation: evaporation: * evaporation is when the water liquid gets heated up &
turns into a gas.

* 80% of all evaporation comes from the ocean with 20% coming from island water * begins as ice crystals that collect to each other to form large snowflakes as the snowflakes pass through the freezing level they turn into raindrops.

* If its cold enough outside it could stay a snowflake or turn into sleet or hail. collection: * precipitation gets collected in oceans, lakes, rivers, & on land.
* on land it can be soaked up into the ground to a place called the water storage.(aquifer) Water Cycle: * when the clouds get full of water it turns into some
from of precipitation. ( rain, snow, sleet, or hail )

* It then goes underground to a place called the water storage when the sun heats up the ground it then turns into water vapor.

* It then creates a cloud and starts all over again. ***This a picture of the water cycle*** (Conclusion)
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