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The Water Cycle The Water Cycle Presentation Transcript

  • The Water Cycle Created and Presented by: Monica Hernandez
    • Earth has a limited amount of water?
    Did You Know... Earth’s water supply continuously goes through a recycling process called the water cycle.
  • Here are a few words we need to know. Water vapor is a gas Water is a liquid Frozen water is a solid
    • The process that changes water into a water vapor .
    • It is caused by the sun heating up the water in rivers, lakes, and oceans.
    Evaporation
    • The process by which plants give off water vapor into the atmosphere.
    • It helps evaporation by putting more water vapor in our atmosphere.
    Transpiration
    • Condensation is the process that changes a water vapor back to water .
    • This process forms clouds.
    Condensation
    • When water falls back to Earth from our atmosphere in the form of rain, hail, sleet, or snow.
    • It is when the clouds have too much water vapor and some of it needs to be released.
    Precipitation
    • Where water is collected after falling back to Earth.
    • Rivers, lakes, and oceans is usually where water is accumulated.
    Accumulation
  • So, what is the water cycle? Evaporation Transpiration Condensation lakes, rivers, and oceans releasing water vapor plants releasing water vapor water vapor is turned back into water.
  • Accumulation Precipitation where water is collected in lakes, rivers, and oceans liquid is released from our atmosphere ... and then the process starts all over again with...
  • precipitation condensation transpiration evaporation accumulation
  • Then, let’s watch it!!!! Think you got it ?!? And play it!!!
    • Works Cited
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    • KidZone.com. http:// www.kidzone.ws /water/ . 21 April 2007.
    • Library.Thinkquest.org. http:// library.thinkquest.org /05aug/01406/volcanic%20features.htm. 21 April 2007.
    • Michigan.gov. http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,1607,7-153-10366_11865-31444--,00.html . 24 April 2007.
    • Wikipedia. http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water _ cycle. 23 April 2007 .