Water, Water Everywhere, Nor Any Drop To Drink

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Published on December 8, 2008

Author: marqueA2

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Describes the water cycle.

“ Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink.” Part 1: Where does fresh water come from? How does it get there?

The Water Cycle Water does not simply fall out of the sky! Well, yeah it does, but it got up there somehow! This presentation is a rapid prototype for an interactive animation that would be done in Flash and made available to the students as part of their webquest.

Water does not simply fall out of the sky!

Well, yeah it does, but it got up there somehow!

Evaporation Evaporation happens when the sun dries up water (like a puddle or an ocean) and the water turns into water vapor. Evaporation is usually a very slow process (boiling water is an exception) and takes patience to observe.

Evaporation happens when the sun dries up water (like a puddle or an ocean) and the water turns into water vapor.

Evaporation is usually a very slow process (boiling water is an exception) and takes patience to observe.

Condensation Evaporation happens when clouds start to form. Examples of condensation include clouds, dew, and steam. Water molecules gather around fine particles in the air like dust. Clouds and the water they contain are carried on the prevailing wind currents.

Evaporation happens when clouds start to form.

Examples of condensation include clouds, dew, and steam.

Water molecules gather around fine particles in the air like dust.

Clouds and the water they contain are carried on the prevailing wind currents.

Precipitation When conditions are right, water falls from the clouds! Examples of precipitation include rain, snow, sleet (ice pellets), and hail (large frozen rain drops). Different areas of the world have different precipitation patterns depending on their climate.

When conditions are right, water falls from the clouds!

Examples of precipitation include rain, snow, sleet (ice pellets), and hail (large frozen rain drops).

Different areas of the world have different precipitation patterns depending on their climate.

Accumulation Accumulation means that water comes together, it accumulates or makes puddles. Examples of accumulation include puddles, lakes, rivers, oceans, and groundwater. Water always flows to the lowest place it can move toward.

Accumulation means that water comes together, it accumulates or makes puddles.

Examples of accumulation include puddles, lakes, rivers, oceans, and groundwater.

Water always flows to the lowest place it can move toward.

Infiltration Infiltration occurs when water seeps through the ground and enters the water table. Proper infiltration through clean soil cleans water by filtering it through different layers of soil. Some poisons in the soil can be carried into the water table.

Infiltration occurs when water seeps through the ground and enters the water table.

Proper infiltration through clean soil cleans water by filtering it through different layers of soil.

Some poisons in the soil can be carried into the water table.

Run Off Runoff occurs when the ground cannot absorb the water that is falling on it. Runoff can cause erosion of soil, and it can carry away the most important nutrient-rich topsoil with it. Runoff can also carry away pesticides and other poisons, contaminating all the places it later accumulations, including contaminants washed into city storm drains.

Runoff occurs when the ground cannot absorb the water that is falling on it.

Runoff can cause erosion of soil, and it can carry away the most important nutrient-rich topsoil with it.

Runoff can also carry away pesticides and other poisons, contaminating all the places it later accumulations, including contaminants washed into city storm drains.

THAT is where water comes from!!

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