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SMC_WaterCycle - The Water Cycle The To understand the...

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The Water Cycle The Water Cycle To understand the processes involved in the water cycle
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What is What is Evaporation? Evaporation? It is the process of a liquid heating to form a gas
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What is What is Condensation? Condensation? It is the process of a gas cooling to form a liquid
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The Water Cycle The Water Cycle Water is constantly moving between sea, air and land
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The Water Cycle The Water Cycle Water is constantly moving between sea, air and land The sun shines and the sea is heated heat
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The Water Cycle The Water Cycle Water is constantly moving between sea, air and land Evaporation The water evaporates and forms clouds
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The Water Cycle The Water Cycle Water is constantly moving between sea, air and land Condensation As air rises it cools and condenses. It reaches the ground as rain, snow, sleet or hail.
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The Water Cycle The Water Cycle Water is constantly moving between sea, air and land The snow melts and flows R i v e r s f l o w t h a Lakes form Snow forms
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