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Copy of Predicting Water Supplies

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By: Tania Terry and Timmera Jones Predicting Water Supplies Conditions of the Water Cycle Solar Heating Water Cycle Conserving Water Bibliography three Earth's Water There is about 97% of salt water on the Earth. There is about 3% of fresh on the Earth. Most of Earth's water is locked up mainly in glaciers, ice caps, and in the ground. The Water Cycle has three stages called, Evaporation, Condensation, and Percipitation. Evaporation: The process when water changes from a liquid to a water vapor. Condensation: The process when water changes from water vapor to a liquid. Precipitation: Water droplets getting heavy and returning to Earth as rain, snow , sleet, or hail. Glaciers Solar Heat Conserving Water We can save much more energy and water with conserving. If we continue to use more than what we need we might end up with no water in Jonesboro. *Solar heating is a big part of the water cycle. There are three parts to it.Radiation, conduction, and convection.
*Radiation:When the sun heats the ground
*Conduction:When the water on the ground terns to water vapor.
*Convection:after the water molecules turn to vapor they rise,than freeze, and fall back to earths atmosphere. .In Jonesboro, we have types of gases, water vapor, and liquids. Our water is getting lower and lower because people have wasted water on many useless things.Such as contentiously running water when it is not needed. We have to stop trashing our only clean supply of water. .People also dump wast in to our only fresh water. That's why we consider a strict usage of the the water. georgiaweather.net
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