The Water Cycle


The Hydrosphere represents all the water on Earth. That includes lakes, Oceans, Ponds, etc.


The Geosphere is all the land on Earth. That includes Mountains, Valleys, Forests, etc.


The Atmosphere is the protective layering of Earth. The Atmosphere is like a force field for Earth. The Atmosphere is made up of the Troposphere, the Stratosphere, the Mesosphere, and the Thermosphere.


Evaporation is when water goes from liquid to a gas and is entered into the air.


Condensation is when liquid is heated then is transferred from inside an object to the outside of the object. Like little tiny bubbles on the container.


Precipitation is when there is to much water in the clouds from evaporation, the water falls from the clouds and it becomes rain


Groundwater is the water located beneath Earth's surface in soil and in the fractures of rock formations. Runoff is the movement of landwater to the oceans, mainly in the form of rivers, lakes, and streams.


Conduction is the process of heat energy transmitting through collisions between neighboring molecules.


Convection is heat transfer by motion of a fluid such as air or water when the heated fluid is caused to move away from the source of heat, carrying energy with it.