The water cycleIntro
The water cycle is a process what the water goes through between lands, sea, and the atmosphere. The water is recycled throughout the process. The water changers state into a gas, solid, and liquid, the water can change state in any order. The steps of the water cycle is: Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation, and Ground water/Runoff.
Evaporation is when the sun heats up the water from the oceans, rivers, and lakes or streams. Then the water turns into a gas. On colder days the water vapor doesn't turn into a gas. Water vapor in the air is cold humidity, in some places there is a higher rate of humidity. After the water turns into a gas in floats up to the atmosphere which tuns into clouds.(Condensation)
All air contains water molecules in forms of water vapor. Water vapor is invisible because the changers of state all of the time. Water vapor/gas condenses back into a liquid, water, and ice which is manly seen as clouds. Precipitation is a ''exit ramp'' back to the super highway in atmosphere, what is moving water vapor to different clouds in the glob. Once the gas turns into a cloud, then tiny droplets form. Then in rains down onto the hills and landscapes, then in runs off into streams and rivers.
Run off/Ground water
The Ground water exists on some degree know mater where you are on earth. The deeper down you go the more dense the rocks are because their is more waste deeper in the ground from all of the rain socking into the ground. Run off is when some of the rain water runs down the hills into streams and rivers.