Phases of the Water Cycle

Phases of the Water Cycle

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  • Evaporation is the first process of the water cycle. Furthermore, it's the process where water changes to a gas. The H20 molecules gain energy, and therefore the surroundings lose energy. Therefore, this results in a cooling effect. 
  • Look at me! I'm evaporating!
  • Time to lose my energy and become one with the cloud!
  • The next phase is condensation. This is the stage where water turns from a gas to a liquid . Water molecules eventually lose their energy and cause surroundings to gain energy (warming effect). 
  • Woohoo! Me and my buddies are having a blast so far, yipee!
  • This stage is known as precipitation. In this phase, water descends in the atmosphere, as a liquid or solid, in forms of rain, snow, sleet, or hail. 
  • The fourth process is known as a run-off. This is where H20 liquid flows on the surface,  without descending into it. These are known as impervious surfaces. 
  •  Is it me, or does this free water-ride never end? 
  • What is inside this dirt. Wait, is that a worm I see? 
  • The last phase is known to be infiltration. This is the process by which water will descend into the surface if it allows. This occurs on permeable surfaces. 
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  • Well, it looks like the adventure ends here. However, there might be another one soon, I hope. See you next time!
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