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  • 1. The Water Cycle By Big Papa
  • 2. Condensation
    • The act of condensing; the state of being condensed or the result of being made more compact or dense.
  • 3. Evaporation
    • Matter or the quantity of matter evaporated or passed off in vapor.
  • 4. Precipitation
    • Falling products of condensation in the atmosphere as rain, snow or hail.
  • 5. Snow
    • A precipitation in the form of ice crystals, mainly of intricately branched hexagonal form and often agglomerated into snowflakes, formed directly from the freezing of the water vapor in the air.
  • 6. Rain
    • Water that is condensed from the aqueous vapor in the atmosphere and falls to earth in drops.
  • 7. Hail
    • Frozen rain (a solid) that falls down to earth.
  • 8. Surface Runoff
    • Water, from rain, snowmelt, or other sources, that flow over the land surface, and is a major component of the water cycle.
  • 9. Transpiration
    • The act or process of transpiring, especially through the stomata of plant tissue or the pores of the skin.
  • 10. Accumulation
    • In institutional investing, it is the action of a large investor buying up many shares of a public company over an extended period of time.