Water Cycle-Hayley Horner
Updated: 11/7/2018
Water Cycle-Hayley Horner
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  • Let's talk about the Water Cycle! A few things about the water cycle is that it has five parts which is, Precipitation, Runoff, Transpiration, Evaporation, and Condensation. Also, it never stops because it is a cycle.
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  • First, in the water cycle is precipitation and it is when water falls from the atmosphere. The most common source of precipitation is rain, snow, or hail.
  • Next, in the water cycle is runoff which is when extra rainfall travels to the ocean. Also, lithosphere helps runoff get to the ocean because lithosphere is all soild parts o the earth which is landforms and rocks and both of those things help water get to the ocean.
  • Then, we have transpiration which is when water vapor is from a plant and it makes its way into the atmosphere. The biosphere helps with this because the biosphere is all living things which is plants and plants is what the water goes into and then goes into the atmosphere.
  • After transpiration, we have evaporation. Evaporation is when the suns rays heat up the ocean and the water evaporates into the atmosphere. Hydrosphere helps evaporation and the whole water cycle because hydrosphere is all water on earth, so that would be oceans, lakes, and rivers and water can evaporate from any of those water sources.
  • Last in the water cycle (not really last because the water cycle never end) is condensation. Condensation is when water cools down and goes into the atmosphere and gas changes back into liquid. The atmosphere helps with this because he atmosphere is all the gas in the earth. Examples would be wind or clouds. Atmosphere helps because it is all the gases in the earth and when condensation happens it starts of as a gas and then into a liquid.
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