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Water Cycle (6th Grade Earth Science)

This prezi describes how water moves through Earth's processes.

Corey Powell

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of Water Cycle (6th Grade Earth Science)

Water Cycle The continuous movement of water from water sources into the air, onto land, into and and over the ground, and back to the water sources. Evaporation The change of state from a liquid to a vapor. Majority of evaporation occurs off of oceans and lakes. Condensation The change of state from a gas to a liquid. When the gas cools to liquid droplets high in the sky, they form clouds. Precipitation Solid or liquid water that falls from the air to the Earth After condensation occurs, precipitation falls from the sky.
It can be in the form of rain, sleet, snow, or hail. Continuous Cycle The water cycle is a continuous process that is always repeating. Water Cycle Power Point Check out this power point presentation
to better understand the water cycle! How stuff works Take a look at this website to understand the sun's
important role in the water cycle. A rock layer that stores and allows the flow of groundwater Aquifer When water becomes gas
Water is heated by the sun Evaporation When rain, snow, sleet, or hail falls from clouds Precipitation When water is cooled and turned into a liquid
This is how clouds are formed Condensation Water that flows across land and collects in rivers, streams and eventually the ocean Runoff Water under the earth Groundwater Water cycle https://itunesu.itunes.apple.com/enroll/HYW-NW6-W54 YouTube The Water Cycle Rap
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