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Water Cycle

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Abigail Negrete

on 28 October 2015

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Transcript of Water Cycle

By:Abigail, Cami, Breana, and Hannah
Water Cycle
Evaporation:
Condensation is where water vapor in the air gets cold and changes back into liquid, forming clouds.
Condensation:
Rain, Snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground.

Precipitation:
Accumulation/Collection:
Volcanic Steam:
This is when water changes from liquid to a gas or a vapor.
This is where the water falls back to the earth and collects in oceans,lakes, and land. This is when the water cycle can start over again.
Transpiration:
Infiltration
Groundwater Storage
Springs
Volcanoes release steam, coming from water deep inside the earth. This is another form of evaporation.
This is when moisture is carried through plants roots to small pores on the leaves, where it changes to vapor and goes into the atmosphere.
Surface Runoff
Dew:
Is where there is lots of water stored under ground. The water is still moving, very slowly though. It is still apart of the water cycle. The water that is stored comes from precipitation.
Sublimation:
A spring is a result of an aquifer being filled to the point that the water overflows onto the land surface.
In the morning plants are cool and the water vapor in the air form into droplets. The dew is formed not from rain, but from condensation.
Infiltration is where the water that is left from rain, floods,etc. is filtered into the ground. The ground filters the water into a storage space.
Fog:
Surface runoff is when rain "falls" off of everything. Basically the water runs off of the land.
Sublimation is where ice/snowflakes become water vapor before the water melts.
Fog is formed from the ground up, it is made up of water vapor that has cooled and condensed into water droplets.
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