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<b>Condensation</b> occurs when air cannot hold any more water vapor. When water vapor in the atmosphere condenses, it creates clouds, which have very important functions. <b>Click below to view a video:</b> app.discoveryeducation.com
<b>Evaporation</b> is a change in phase from liquid to gaseous water. Water always evaporates into fresh water, even if the liquid source is the salt water of the ocean. <b>Click below to view a video:</b> app.discoveryeducation.com
<b>Precipitation</b> comes from clouds and includes rain, sleet, freezing rain, snow, and hail. All precipitation delivers useful water to the Earth's surface. <b>Click below to view a video:</b> app.discoveryeducation.com
Water is all around us. There is water in seas, rivers, lakes, ponds, clouds, and even in the air. Did you know that water is always moving from one place to another? Let’s explore and find out how this happens. app.discoveryeducation.com
You may not be able to change the weather, but no one said you can't understand it. From the water cycle to Earth's terrifying storms, come explore the fundamentals of water, air, and weather. app.discoveryeducation.com
<div>Recording sheet for the weather experiment.</div> gtm-media.discoveryeducation.com
<div>Read "The Water Cycle" ebook by Craig Hammersmith. Right click on the link and choose "open in new tab."</div> www.mycapstonelibrary.com ..:: My Capstone Library ::..