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The Water Cycle

A presentation about the water cycle.
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Meghan Dondzila

on 19 April 2010

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Transcript of The Water Cycle

The Water Cycle The Water Cycle Includes
Several Steps:
Evaporation
Condensation
Precipitation
Collection Evaporation:
The sun heats up the water in lakes, streams and oceans
It turns from liquid into gas (vapor or steam)
The vapor leaves where it came from and goes into the air Condensation:
The vapor gets cold and transforms back
into a liquid, creating clouds Fun Fact:
It is also condensation when water starts
dripping down the outside of a cold drinking glass,
the vapor in the air is just being cooled back to
a liquid on the outside of the cold glass. Precipitation:
When the water in the clouds
get to heavy and can't hold
it any longer, so water falls out
of the clouds in the form of rain Fun Fact:
Rain and snow are both precipitation,
snow happens when the air is very cold
and freezes the rain drops into a solid,
also known as snow Collection:
When the rain reaches the surface,
it can go back into the bodies of waters
like lakes and oceans or be absorbed into
the ground When water is absorbed into the ground,
it becomes ground water, which can plants
can absord through their roots in the ground After all those steps, the water cycle starts
all over again from the beginning with evaporation! Fun Fact:
The water you drink is the same
age as the water your grandparents drank,
actually is as old as the earth, over a BILLION
years old!
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