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water flowing over the land
a) runoff b) meander c) salinity d) deposition
a wide curve in a stream channel
a) runoff b) meander c) salinity d) deposition
saltiness of ocean water
a) runoff b) meander c) salinity d) deposition
when moving water drops sediment
a) runoff b) meander c) salinity d) deposition
water vapor changing back into a liquid
a) condensation b) evaporation c) precipitation d) water cycle
The process in which water changes from a liquid to water vapor is ___.
a) evaporation b) condensation c) runoff d) precipitation
Earth's ___ is the continual cycling of water between Earth's surface and the atmosphere.
a) rock cycle b) water cycle c) evaporation d) runoff
Rivers change Earth by dropping sediments in a process called ___.
a) runoff b) deposition c) condensation d) evaporation
Currents that move large masses of water across the ocean, at or near the surface, are called ___.
a) waves b) tides c) hurricanes d) surface currents
The chlorine in ocean water comes from ___.
a) volcanoes b) storms c) rain d) rivers
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