Where does the water cycle start from?
The water cycle begins with evaporation. It is a process where water at the surface turns into water vapors. Water absorbs heat energy from the sun and turns into vapors. Water bodies like the oceans, the seas, the lakes and the river bodies are the main source of evaporation.
What came first in the water cycle?
The first step of the water cycle is evaporation. About 85% of the water vapor in the air comes from water that evaporated from the oceans. The other 15% comes from evapotranspiration, which is a catch-all term for water that evaporates from over land.
How does the water cycle start and end?
The water cycle (also called the hydrologic cycle) is the continuous movement and storage of water across the earth in all forms: liquid, solid (ice) and gas (water vapor). There is no start or end to the water cycle, but for explanation purposes we will start at the sun.
- Where does the water cycle start from?
- What came first in the water cycle?
- How does the water cycle start and end?
- How old is the water that we use?
- Will the water cycle ever stop?
- What is the water cycle step by step?
- What are the 7 steps in the water cycle?
- How does water cycle works step by step?
- What does the water cycle end with?
- How is water created?
- What causes rain?
- Does it rain over the ocean?
- Why is the ocean salty?
- Is rain salty?
- Can it snow over the ocean?
- Can humans survive in the deep ocean?
- Does it snow on Mars?
- Who eats marine snow?
- Are there spiders in sea?
- What do deep fish eat?