Water Cycle 2
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Sometimes, while in surface runoff we tend to transport pollutants or silt in a river by bulk water flow. This process is called advection.
Water can have a liquid, solid, or gas form. Water can change into any of these forms. So ice can actually directly change into water vapour. This process is known as sublimation.
When the opposite happens, when water vapour directly turns into ice it is known as desublimation. Speaking of sublimation, I'm melting!
Whee! I've never been to Antarctica!
When too much snow accumulates, it forms a slowly moving mass of ice, this is a glacier, and are found around the poles.
Now we are in a wetland, I love this trip!
That's right, a wetland is a land consisting of marshes and swamps. It is also very saturated.
Thanks for going on this amazing trip with us! I hope we'll meet again!
There we have it, we have gone through the entire water cycle, the different forms of water, and even where it's found!
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