What force is the water cycle driven by?
The water cycle is driven primarily by the energy from the sun. This solar energy drives the cycle by evaporating water from the oceans, lakes, rivers, and even the soil. Other water moves from plants to the atmosphere through the process of transpiration.
What gives the water cycle its energy?
When energy from the Sun reaches the Earth, it warms the atmosphere, land, and ocean and evaporates water. The movement of water from the ocean to the atmosphere to the land and back to the ocean—the water cycle—is fueled by energy from the Sun.
How does the water cycle operate?
Liquid water evaporates into water vapor, condenses to form clouds, and precipitates back to earth in the form of rain and snow. Water in different phases moves through the atmosphere (transportation).
- What force is the water cycle driven by?
- What gives the water cycle its energy?
- How does the water cycle operate?
- What are the two forces involved in water cycle?
- What are the 4 main processes of the water cycle?
- How do you explain the water cycle to a child?
- What are the 7 stages of the water cycle in order?
- Which is the correct order of water cycle?
- What is the water cycle kid definition?
- How old is the water cycle?
- Will the water cycle ever stop?
- What is the water cycle 4th grade?
- What is water cycle in one word?
- What is the water cycle story?
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- Can you drink rain water?
- Does rain have a child?
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- Why do I like monsoon season?