Water Cycle Movement of energy

Condensation, precipitation, runoff, collection, evaporation

Hoover Dam collects water and converts the potential energy held behind the dam into kinetic energy by releasing it and running it through generators that turn turbines and generate electricity.


Huskies take collected water and transform the potential energy in puddles to kinetic movement by jumping in them. The spread out water increases the evaporation rate.


Created with images by Brandon Morse - "cloud" • akasped - "Clouds" • ChristopherPluta - "rain after the rain a drop of" • M. Janicki - "Runoff" • vicki moore - "Sawyer Camp San Mateo" • brainware3000 - "puddle" • JuniorMp - "dog huskies animal"

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