The Water Cycle
By: Ricayanna Clarke
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. CHAPTER 1 – The Water Cycle
3. CHAPTER 2 - What is Evaporation?
4. CHAPTER 3 - Condensation
5. CHAPTER 4 - Precipitation
6. CHAPTER 5 - Major sources of water
7. CHAPTER 6 - Where are places that irrigation would be common? 8. CONCLUSION
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CHAPTER 1: The Water Cycle
The water cycle which is also known as the hydraulic cycle is a cycle that continues. The water travels in the atmosphere, forma a cloud, and rains. Then the cycle continues to go on. Without the cycle there would be no life on Earth. Then the cycle continues to go on. Without the water cycle helps recycle the Earth’s water. There are various steps to help make the water cycle.
Evaporation, condensation, transportation, and precipitation are all parts to keep the cycle going. The water cycle is a movement of water in the middle of the Earth’s surface and atmosphere. Without the water cycle there would be no living things because every living...
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