The Water Cycle

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The Water Cycle. Micah Townsley. Today's Destinations. You will have the capacity to portray and mark the water cycle You will have the capacity to clarify the procedures in the water cycle You will have the capacity to clarify how contamination influences the water cycle. Definition. 1. Nature's Water Cycle :

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The Water Cycle Micah Townsley

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Today's Objectives You will have the capacity to portray and mark the water cycle You will have the capacity to clarify the procedures in the water cycle You will have the capacity to clarify how contamination influences the water cycle

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Definition 1. Nature's Water Cycle : The endless flow of the world's water as it makes its long excursion from the seas, to the air, to the land, and back to the seas once more

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buildup dissipation precipitation

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More Definitions *use your word reference or glossary* 2. Buildup 3. Dissipation 4. Precipitation

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Evaporation Condensation The sun's warmth causes dissipation The outcome is imperceptible water vapor Which cools and consolidates shaping mists

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Condensation Precipitation Clouds cool significantly more , creating precipitation as rain, slush, snow Precipitation winds up in waterways which vanish Bonus: What are the diverse types of water?

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Water just changes starting with one frame then onto the next and moves starting with one place then onto the next What does this educate us regarding the world's water? There is as much water on earth today as there ever might have been

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Pollution and the Water Cycle Define: 5. contamination Think about how contamination influences the water cycle. Water contamination Air contamination Land contamination What does this intend to you and me?

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Reduce Pollution REDUCE-REUSE-RECYCLE

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How much water is on the earth? There are around 326 million cubic miles of water. There are over a million gallons of water for each cubic mile. What amount of the world's water is new? Just around 3% of the world's water is new. Around 75% of the world's new water is solidified in ice tops and icy masses. Some Cool Water Facts How much water do living things contain? - All living things comprise for the most part of water. People are 60% water. How much water does a man utilize each day? - by and large, every individual in the United States utilizes more than 100 gallons of water a day in the home . What is the biggest single utilization of water? - The biggest single utilization of water is by industry. It takes around 80 gallons of water to make the paper for one Sunday daily paper. Could water ever be spent? - Water is utilized and reused again and again—it is never spent. Each glass of water you drink contains particles of water that have been utilized incalculable circumstances some time recently.

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Review Draw and name the water cycle (recollect to name your chart). Portray how precipitation, buildup, and vanishing make the water cycle. Tell how you can diminish contamination in the water cycle.

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