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Water droplets require a condensation nucleus to coalesce
a) True b) False c) d)
Rain water is naturally acidic
a) True b) False c) d)
The water table is:
a) the surface of the lake b) the surface of the ground water c) d)
Water flows through
a) permeable rock b) impermeable rock c) d)
A drought is:
a) Tiny droplets of water too small to be called rain b) A long period without precipitation c) Water that crystallizes in the clouds and falls to earth d) Large frozen pellets of ice falling from the atmosphere
Snow is:
a) Tiny droplets of water too small to be called rain b) A long period without precipitation c) Water that crystallizes in the clouds and falls to earth d) Large frozen pellets of ice falling from the atmosphere
A Drizzle is
a) Tiny droplets of water too small to be called rain b) A long period without precipitation c) Water that crystallizes in the clouds and falls to earth d) Large frozen pellets of ice falling from the atmosphere
Hail is:
a) Tiny droplets of water too small to be called rain b) A long period without precipitation c) Water that crystallizes in the clouds and falls to earth d) Large frozen pellets of ice falling from the atmosphere
Big fluffy clouds are called:
a) Cirrus b) Cumulus c) Stratus d) Nimbus
Clouds that are wispy and curly are called:
a) Cirrus b) Cumulus c) Stratus d) Nimbus
Clouds that are likely to produce rain are called:
a) Cirrus b) Cumulus c) Stratus d) Nimbus
Clouds that form in sheets or layers are called:
a) Cirrus b) Cumulus c) Stratus d) Nimbus
A cloud is:
a) A bubble of warm moist air b) When water vapor condenses in the atmosphere c) How water is reused over and over d) Sometimes used to produce rain
Cloud seeding is:
a) A bubble of warm moist air b) When water vapor condenses in the atmosphere c) How water is reused over and over d) Sometimes used to produce rain
A convection cell is:
a) A bubble of warm moist air b) When water vapor condenses in the atmosphere c) How water is reused over and over d) Sometimes used to produce rain
The water cycle is
a) A bubble of warm moist air b) When water vapor condenses in the atmosphere c) How water is reused over and over. d) Sometimes used to try to produce rain
Plants give off this type of water vapor:
a) Condensation b) Evaporation c) Precipitation d) Transpiration
When water vapor cools and turns into liquid water it is called:
a) Condensation b) Evaporation c) Precipitation d) Transpiration
Water that is leaving the atmosphere is called:
a) Condensation b) Evaporation c) Precipitation d) Transpiration
Water vapor enters the atmosphere primarily through what?
a) Condensation b) Evaporation c) Precipitation d) Transpiration
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