Thursday, 1 September 2016

water cycle information report

The Water Cycle

The water cycle is a never ending process between land, sea and the atmosphere. The water changes into liquids, gases and solids throughout the process. There are 5 processes  throughout this process they are evaporation, condensation, precipitation and


One of the steps from the cycle is Evaporation, Evaporation is where the sun heats up the all the lakes, rivers and ocean. This is an invisible process that turns ice and liquids into gas Also the hotter the sun the quicker this would happen so you can thank the sun for all these rainy days. But for this part of the water cycle  to work the water from the earth's surface needs to go back up into the sky to come back pouring down again. After the water from the earth floats up and turns into a gas the gas will turn into a cloud which is called condensation.


Condensation and precipitation is the 2nd and 3rd steps of the recycled progress which contains clouds and water. Condensation is where the water vapor gas turns into water and mixes with dust to form a cloud.
Once the cloud is heavy enough and can't hold anymore water some water from the cloud will fall (that is called precipitation.) There are other types of precipitation like: snow and hail but it depends on how cold it is for it to snow and hail. once it rains the water has to go somewhere and most of it goes back into the the ocean or rivers and lakes and some of the time it does a runoff down a hill back into lakes, rivers or the ocean.


How else is water meant to get back into the ocean to do this cycle all over again well it runs down off a hill back into the ocean or the lakes and rivers. Some of the water soaks into the ground to create ground water and it also goes into your garden to help your crops go. The way water moves underground ids either sideways or downwards and eventually goes through the vents back into the rivers, lakes and ocean.

In conclusion the water cycle is an invisible never ending progress.

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