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What is the water cycle?
a) natural cycle of evaporation, condensation, precipitation b) The path water flows from the clouds to the sea. c) The interactions between water and the Sun. d) How water is processed for human consumption.
The ______ provides the energy for the water cycle.
a) gravity b) wind c) atmosphere d) sun
Which of the following is NOT a form of precipitation?
a) rain b) sleet c) vapor d) snow
Evaporation is:
a) the process by which a vapor becomes a liquid b) the conversion of a liquid into a vapor c) the process of precipitation entering the ground. d) water falling in a liquid or solid state from the atmosphere.
Condensation is:
a) the process by which a vapor becomes a liquid b) the conversion of a liquid into a vapor c) the process of precipitation entering the ground. d) water falling in a liquid or solid state from the atmosphere.
_____________ is when precipitation is interrupted in its journey through the water cycle and evaporated back into the atmosphere.
a) interception b) infiltration c) percolation d) transpiration
Which of the following are examples of a liquid changing into a gas in the water cycle?
a) The freezing of snow to form a glacier. b) The condensing of water vapor to form clouds. c) The melting of a glacier to form runoff. d) The evaporation of rain off a sidewalk.
Which of the following is not a result of gravity's impact on the water cycle?
a) Runoff traveling down a mountain stream b) Precipitation falling back to the Earth's surface c) Cooler ocean temperatures at the poles d) Water eroding the wall of a canyon
Melting snow is an example of...
a) condensation. b) freezing. c) runoff. d) transpiration.
In order to become runoff, water must be...
a) solid. b) liquid. c) gas. d) plasma.
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