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Sec 1 Express - Water Cycle

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  • 1. Water Cycle Workbook Exp Pg. 71 & 72
  • 2. What do you see?
  • 3. Answers
    • River
    • Cloud
    • Trees
    • Rain
    • Ocean
  • 4. Can you label the different processes? Seawater Evaporation Condensation Condensation Precipitation Transpiration Surface runoff Groundwater Trees 1 2 7 5 4 3 6
  • 5.  
  • 6. Evaporation
    • The Sun’s causes water to evaporate.
    • Water changes into water vapour
      • (from liquid state to gaseous state)
  • 7. Transpiration
    • Plants give out water vapour through their leaves.
  • 8. Condensation
    • Warm air cools as it rises.
    • Water vapour changes into water droplets.
    • Millions of water droplets gather together to form clouds.
    • Small water droplets combine to form bigger water droplets.
  • 9. Precipitation (rainfall)
    • Water falls as rain or snow if the air is cold and humid enough.
  • 10. Runoff
    • Water flows from highlands to lowlands into rivers, lakes or seas.
  • 11. Groundwater
    • Water that seeps (infiltrate) into the ground may be absorbed by plants or flow into rivers, lakes or seas.

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