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there is the condensation, evaporation, and the precipitation
step 1 :evaporation step 2
evaporation( on the basic three step water cycle followed by condensation, and precipitation)
In the first step the sun heats the water. The water turns into water vapor that is invisible. The water vapor rises into the sky. This is called evaporation.
Rain. Evaporation. Clouds fill up. Rain. Evaporation Clouds fill up. Rain. Evaporation. Clouds fill up. evaporation--->condensation--->precipitation--->runoff-…-->transperation The 3 main steps are evaporation, condensation, and presipitation. I probably didn't spell that right..... Condensation----->Precipitation------>Evaporation
Precipitation wherein products of condensation in the atmosphere, as rain or snow, fall to the ground.
1) Interphase, 2) Prophase, 3) Metaphase, 4) Anaphase, and 5) Telophase.
The five steps of the policy cycle are :Agenda settingPolicy formulationPolicy adoptionPolicy implementationPolicy evaluation (agenda setting) (policy adoption) ( policy imp…lementation) (policy evaluation)
it starts with evaporation, then condensation, then precipitation, then the water flows down from rivers ocean
1. water evaporates 2. water vapor cools and condences to form clouds 3. water vapor gets to heavy and falls 4. repet
precipitation O_0 evaporation -_- runoff 0_- transpiration *_* condensation l_l
Evaporation, condensation, advection, percipitation, runoff, groundwater, infiltration, transpiration, and sublimation(not in order)
evaporation condensation precipitation runoff percolation
These rocks change over hundreds of years in the six steps of the rock cycle: Weathering & Erosion. Igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks on the surface of the earth are… constantly being broken down by wind and water. Wind carrying sand wears particles off rock like sandpaper. Rushing river water and crashing surf rub off all the rough edges of rocks, leaving smooth river rocks or pebbles behind. Water seeps into the cracks in mountain rocks, then freezes, causing the rocks to break open. The result of all this: large rocks are worn down to small particles. When the particles are broken off a rock and stay in the same area, it is calledweathering. When the particles are carried somewhere else, it is called erosion. Transportation. Eroded rock particles are carried away by wind or by rain, streams, rivers, and oceans. Deposition. As rivers get deeper or flow into the ocean, their current slows down, and the rock particles (mixed with soil) sink and become a layer of sediment. Often the sediment builds up faster than it can be washed away, creating little islands and forcing the river to break up into many channels in a delta. The Mississippi delta in Louisiana deposits lots of sediment in the Gulf of Mexico! Compaction & Cementation. As the layers of sediment stack up (above water or below), the weight and pressure compacts the bottom layers. (Try making a stack of catalogs and watch how the bottom one gets squished as you add more on top - this is the same idea as the compaction of layers of sediment.) Dissolved minerals fill in the small gaps between particles and then solidify, acting as cement. After years of compaction and cementation, the sediment turns into sedimentary rock. Metamorphism. Over very long periods of time, sedimentary or igneous rocks end up buried deep underground, usually because of the movement of tectonic plates. While underground, these rocks are exposed to high heat and pressure, which changes them into metamorphic rock.This tends to happen where tectonic plates come together: the pressure of the plates squish the rock that is heated from hot magma below. (Tectonic plates are large sections of the earth's crust that move separately from each other. Their movement often results in earthquakes.) Rock Melting. Can you imagine "rock hard" rocks melting? That's what they do in the depths of the earth! Metamorphic rocks underground melt to become magma. When a volcano erupts, magma flows out of it. (When magma is on the earth's surface, it is called lava.) As the lava cools it hardens and becomes igneous rock. As soon as new igneous rock is formed, the processes of weathering and erosion begin, starting the whole cycle over again!
There is Evaporation,Condensaton,and Precipitation.