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During which stage of the water cycle does liquid water become water vapor?
a) Runoff b) Evaporation c) Transpiration d) Precipitation
The energy source that powers the Earth\\\'s water cycle is
a) Earth\\\'s rotation b) heat from the Sun c) radiation from Earth\\\'s core d) the Sun\\\'s gravity
Water in Earth\'s atmosphere comes mainly from
a) the oceans b) tropical rain forests c) glaciers d) lakes and streams
Clouds form when water vapor in the air
a) condenses around dust particles b) encounters warm front c) rises too high to fall to the ground d) rises and disappears
The majority of Earth\'s fresh water supply is located
a) underground b) in the oceans c) in the atmosphere d) in icecaps and glaciers
Of all the fresh water on planet Earth, what percentage of fresh water is consumable by humans?
a) 50% b) .05% c) 5% d) .005%
About how much of Earth's surface is covered by water?
a) 1% b) 30% c) 70% d) 100%
A glacier is
a) A river of liquid water b) a river of ice c) a solid lake d) an ice cap
From largest to smallest, the amounts of water on Earth are
a) liquid fresh water, solid fresh water, salt water b) salt water, solid fresh water, liquid fresh water c) salt water, liquid fresh water, groundwater d) groundwater, salt water, solik fresh water
The progression of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation is called the
a) change of seasons b) weather c) water cycle d) water system
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