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    • The Water Cycle
    • The Water Cycle consists of….
      • Evaporation/transpiration
      • Condensation
      • Precipitation
      • Run-off
    • We reuse water everyday. It works as an endless cycle.
    • The Earth is very limited in Fresh Water. We have to use and reuse what we have.
    • Water can be found in 3 states.
      • Liquid- water, streams, lakes
      • Gas- evaporation, clouds, fog
      • Solid- ice, glaciers
      • Why do puddles disappear on hot days?
      • What is happening?
      • Water is turning from a liquid to a gas!
      Evaporation
    • Transpiration
      Similar to evaporation, only water is evaporated off of the leaves of plants after it is absorbed through the roots
    • Oceans account for 80% of water that is evaporated.
    • What Happens Next?
      The process of condensation occurs
      • When the temp of the air is cold enough to change the water molecules from gas to a liquid
      • Water droplets form when small dust particles are present for the water to attach to
    • This process forms clouds!
    • The water eventually has to come down…
      Water condenses onto tiny particles
      Droplets collide and grow in size and weight
      Enough collision occur to override the updraft speed
      Droplets fall
    • Precipitation
      • Process of when water in the atmosphere falls to the earth’s surface.
      Types of Precipitation?
      SNOW
      HAIL
      SLEET
      RAIN
    • Water that falls as rain and snow infiltrates into the subsurface of soil and rock. Some stays in the the soil, some may enter a stream, and some may infiltrate deeper and recharge ground aquifers.
    • How do we use ground water?
      • Pump water out of wells
      • Create dams to channel water into aquifers
      • We depend on stored water for daily use
    • Majority of water movement is contributed by the melting of snow caps
      - Snow caps act as a natural reservoirs
    • We need fresh water to survive, so use it efficiently!
    • Citations
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      • Corey Leopold, The Rain, July 3, 2009, Attribution license
      • Beth Trittipo, Puddle After Rainstorm, September 30, 2006, Attribution license
      • John M. Evans, The Water Cycle, USGS
      • Mikeyskatie, Glacier Run off Near Paradise on Mt. Rainer, August 21, 2010, Attribution license
      • Evaporation, The Watershed Concept, Michigan National Education Curriculum
      • Eric Heath, Fog 09/27/2007 Morning, September 27, 2007, Attribution license
      • Laffy4k, Rainy Street, May 26, 2009, Attribution license
      • Joe Robertson, The Biggest Hail I’ve Ever Seen, June 16, 2008, Attribution license
      • Juliancolton2, Snowflakes, January 12, 2011, Attribution license
      • Jurgen, Mountain Snow Caps, May 18, 2006, Attribution license
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      • Grant Montgomery, Ocean View, August 14, 2010, Attribution license