Water Cycle by Aaron krick

The Earth's water will always be moving. The hydrologic cycle describes the continuous movement of water. Water will always be changing forms between liquid and vapors. All these form changes happen in a blink. The major forms are precipitation, condensation, evaporation, sublimation, delimitation. 96.5% of the worlds water is in the oceans.

Water Basics

71% of the world is covered by water. In most forms water is a renewable resource since its continuous flows are affected by withdraws or use. It

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