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Transcript of Water Cycle
Evaporation- Water is heated up and evaporates into water vapor (and sometimes ice crystals) and rises into the atmosphere
Condensation- Water vapor cools down and condenses, forming clouds
Precipitation- Precipitation (rain, sleet, snow, hail) falls to the Earth after the clouds get too heavy to remain suspended
Groundwater- Water seeps into the ground and is stored underground in water tables
Run-off- Precipitation that flows (or "runs-off") into surface streams
Surface Water- Water disperses to different locations (lakes, rivers, oceans).
Transpiration- The release of water vapor from a plant's surface or pores 2) What forms of energy are being transferred in your cycle? For example, electrical energy converts to chemical energy during lightning fixation. *Radiant Energy is captured & becomes Thermal (Heat) Energy
* Thermal Energy transfers to atmosphere during Evaporation/Transpiration
*Thermal Energy releases to atmosphere when water vapor cools and becomes precipitation
*Thermal Energy stores in water, land, & plants
by Katie Brancaccio