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Once water has returned to the ocean, what process puts water back into the air?
a) evaporation b) condensation c) precipitation d) melting
Where does most of the water that evaporates from the earth come from?
a) ponds b) lakes c) rivers d) ocean
Water exists on Earth in all three states. Which of the following is a form of water in the liquid state?
a) frost b) hail c) water vapor d) dew
Two-thirds of the Earth's surface is covered by water. The water cycle is a process that includes the evaporation of water sources and the return of water to Earth as rain and snow. What is the driving force behind the water cycle?
a) ocean currents b) the Sun c) the wind d) the tilt of the Earth
In clouds, water droplets that are too heavy to float form
a) fog b) thunder c) rain d) dew
What causes the formation of clouds?
a) cool air rising b) lightning c) water vapor condensing d) snow
Once water has condensed to form clouds, which process brings the water back to land?
a) accumulation b) evaporation c) transpiration d) precipitation
Which of the following is NOT commonly used as a source of drinking water?
a) rivers b) oceans c) groundwater d) lakes
Which of the following is the correct order for the water cycle?
a) precipitation > condensation > evaporation b) condensation > evaporation > precipitation c) condensation > precipitation > evaporation d) evaporation > precipitation > condensation
_______ and _______ are alike in that, during these processes, water is moved from the liquid state back into a vapor state.
a) Condensation; precipitation ponds b) Sublimation; infiltration lakes c) Transpiration; deposition d) Evaporation; transpiration
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