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# Processes of the Water Cycle

## The processes of the water cycle including evaporation, precipitation and sublimation carry water between reservoirs.

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## Processes of the Water Cycle

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Describes the water cycle.
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## The Water Cycle - Example 1

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Understanding Evaporation
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## The Water Cycle - Example 2

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Understanding Condensation
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## The Water Cycle - Example 3

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Understanding Precipitation
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## The Water Cycle - Example 4

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Understanding Runoff
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## Processes of the Water Cycle Quiz - MS ES

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Reviews the water cycle.
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## Rainy Forests

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Rainforests make rain, which makes rainforests. Which came first?
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## Sublimation

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Some substances can change phase directly form a solid to a gas. This is called sublimation. Dry ice and snow under certain conditions can sublimate.
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