The Water Cycle

Learn how the water cycle changes

Water changes from one state to the other

Those 3 States are gas, liquid, and solid. It changes from solid to liquid to gas. An example of gas would be water vapor. Snow and ice are examples of a solid state. The final state is the liquid state where most of the water on earth exists and an example would be the oceans.


Stages of the water cycle

The water cycle describes how the water moves through different locations. Those locations include condensation, evaporation, and transpiration. Transpiration is the process of moving water from inside Earth to back up to the surface. Condensation occurs when water vapor changes to liquid water. Evaporation occurs when the ater is heated enough to change from a liquid into a gas.


Three different water states in the atmosphere

Water Constantly changes in between the three states.

Clouds

Fog

Rain

Hail

Snow