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water cycle
Updated: 10/13/2020
water cycle
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  • Precipitation
  • YAY it's finally my turn to go through the water cycle
  • Downhill flow/run off 
  • Wheeee
  • oof
  • Infiltration
  • Wheeee this is so much fun
  • Gravity pulls water droplets down onto the surface of the earth these water droplets can come in many forms of precipitation which can be snow sleet hail or rain. depending on the temperature.
  • Transpiration 
  • this is too much fun whats next
  • The water droplets fall to the nearest lake, ocean, river, or stream. Afterwards gravity pulls the water into the groundwater below the lake seeping into the dirt or soil
  • Condensation
  • wheeee
  • Gravity pulls the water droplets from downhill flowing to seep into the soil or dirt.
  • Precipitation/evaporation
  • Transpiration is when the groundwater seeps into the roots of plants and reaches the leaves eventually the sun evaporates that water into water vapor
  • Condensation is the process where water vapor in the air turns into a liquid. As condensation occurs and liquid water forms from the vapor, the water molecules become more organized and heat is release
  • so cool
  • depending on the weather any form on precipitation can come down as rain sleet snow or hail which falls into the ocean and the sun evaporated the water into the air to start the cycle again
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