My experience was similar, except that the periods of time between overvaluing and devaluing were shorter. He could be lovely and 'caring' for approximately three weeks then suddenly say that we would never be a good couple and break up with me with no further explanation other than that it was his …
When fuel burns it changes to carbon dioxide and water vapor. When the exhaust pipe and muffler assembly is cool enough, the water vapor will condense and drip from the tailpipe. What you're seeing is normal. The condensed water, mixed with the carbon dioxide, can pool in the bottom of an …
Most of the water cycle takes place over the ocean because that is where the solar energy from the sun can be absorbed fastest by water. At the equator,
The oceans absorb vast amounts of energy and liquid water is converted to vapor.
This creates a convection cycle when the warmer vapor rises in…
Condensation is water turning from water vapor (gas) into its liquid form. This happens in rain clouds. Clouds are water vapor and when there is too much vapor or it is cool enough the vapor will condense and it will begin to rain. You can also see condensation in the early morning. This is the dew…
Clouds are possibly the most interesting (and beautiful) of all weather phenomena. While there is a wide variety of cloud shapes and sizes, they are all made of the same thing: condensed water or ice. The air in the cloud has been cooled (almost always because it is rising) and it can no longer hold…
The Sun warms the Earth through radiation.
Water evaporates from the Earth's surface because of the heat.
Water changes state to become water vapour.
Water vapour condenses on the cooler surface (the sky) to form water droplets.
Water droplets gather and become heavy.
Clouds form and becomes rai…
To do a project on watercycles you first need to learn about the water cycle. The water cycle is an ongoing continuing cycle. It repeats itself. First there is evaporation this is when the water from lakes or rivers eveportes into the sky. Then it becomes water vapour. The clouds in …
the disadvantage of the water cycle is acid rain
Water is said to be the elixir of human life. It is a prime natural resource, a basic human need and a precious natural asset. Over the years due to increase in population, irrigation and industrialisation, the demand of water has gone up to a large extent. This has lead to scarcity of water to such…
Building too quickly and taking too many trees away
Not caring for our forests
Heat can evaporate water
People waste water with washing machines, flushing toilets, having long showers. Of course we don't often realize that we are using so much water, but t…
Because it recycles water and gives us rain.
An advantage from the water cycle are that the earth's population doesn't have to produce anymore water than what we allready have because we use the same water. Provides water for our population, animals and plants. Provides fish to eat. Evaporation and infiltration help to remove impurities fro…
Transpiration is the evaporation of cellular water (in the form of water vapour) from the stoma in the leaves of the plants. Stoma are "pores" and are generally located on the underside of the leaves of plants. Water accumulating in the leaves of the plants is lost as water vapor through the proces…
"Hydrologic cycle" is another term for "water cycle." Water evaporates from the oceans and other bodies of water, forms clouds, which then produce rain, which falls on the earth and eventually makes its way back to the rivers and oceans.A hydrologic cycle is the natural sequence through which water …
the hydrogen cycle is simply the water cycle. this cycle is all about how water is recycled throughout the planet.
An Idealised Hydrogen Cycle
Water is split into hydrogen and oxygen by the process of elecrolysis, using electricity generated from renewable energy sources
The oxygen i…
one of the WEIRDEST Questions! plants will die ..animals will die , humans will die!! there will be no living things.
when water heats up it become a gas
the study of water is hydrology from Jesse 12 years old
its the process of recycling water
to be keeping this plant alive
There are more than 3 parts of the water cycle but the 3 main parts
of it would be Evaporation, Condensation, and then Precipitation.
there are three main sources of watter :1- Rain2- Surface water : Oceans, Rivers and streams , tanks , ponds & lakes3- ground water : shallow wells, Deep wells , Springs1. RainRain is the prime source of all water. A part of the rain water sinks into the ground to form ground water; part of it e…
The super continent that broke apart 200 million years ago to form the present continents was called Pangea.
a water cycle is evaporation, condensation, and precipitation that's the answer shout out to Jay jennah and demuria and adaria Maylin love u all
Yes, a 27 day cycle can change to a 35 day cycle. There are several
factors that can contribute to a change in your menstrual cycle.
Some of these include medication, stress, a change of lifestyle and
certain medical conditions.
In Cherrapunji, India, it rained 905 inches (2,300 cm) in 1861. The world record for rainfall in a year.
Answer :Water is continuously moving form the Earth's surface into the air, and from the air back onto the Earth's surface. This continuous movement of water is called the hydrologic cycle, or water cycle.
Tricarboxylic acid cycle, the citric acid cycle, and the Szent-Györgyi-Krebs cycle
All living things must have water to survive, whether they get it from a water fountain or a rain cloud. Without water, your body would stop working properly. Water makes up more than half of your body weight and a person can't survive for more than a few days without it. Your body has lots of impor…
The four steps of the water cycle are evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff. Evaporation, the first step is where water rises from a body of water as water vapor. Condensation is the second step. This is where the water vaporcondenses into a cloud. Precipitation, is where the water v…
Convection current is the flow of hot fluid in a circular pattern. A convection current is a form of transfer of energy. It occurs mainly in liquids, but it can also occur in gases. In a convection current, the particles with greater energy (the particles that are hotter) rise because they become le…
Lysogeny is characterized by integration of the bacteriophage nucleic acid into the host bacterium's genome. The newly integrated genetic material, called a prophage can be transmitted to daughter cells at each subsequent cell division, and a later event (such as UV radiation) can release it, causin…
The Water Cycle Song is a Science song that teaches the three phases of the water cycle: Evaporation, Condensation and Precipitation. The Water Cycle Song teaches the process of the water cycle. This is a song for learning about the water cycle. Water Cycle Song Lyrics by Have Fun Teaching The Wat…
The Water Cycle contributes the condensation in many ways, here is my answer. The water cycle brings water vapor from the clouds to the earth. The condensation then condenses. jk i don't know the answer that's why im asking! :)
Evaporated water is absolutely pure. Every contaminant is left behind.
there are three stages in the water cycle
humans can't be effective to our cycle
When animals respire, they release small amounts of water into the atmosphere
It is a water cycle. A cycle, circle, never-ending thing. You cannot say that something that has no end and no beginning has "stages"
Global warming won't have a large impact on the total water cycle per se, only on local water cycles. Some places will become drier than usual, whereas others are expected to become wetter than usual. In general, the same amount of precipitation is expected, just that its distribution will be signif…
Ecological disturbances include: Fire,Flooding,windstormAnthropogenic disturbances include; forest clearing & introduction of exotic species
The steps of the water cycle are: Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation.
respiration is the water from animal and plant
Water Cycle - is the movement of water through Earth's ecosystems. Nitrogen Cycle - is the movement of nitrogen through ecosystems Carbon Cycle - is the flow of carbon as a solid, liquid, or gas through Earth's ecosystems Without all these three we will die and life won't be sustainable.
they eat their own naturally grown crops such as maize, potatos etc. , and trade they get from other countries
step of the wat
to except water which is its food
The water cycle is the circulation of the earth's water, in which water evaporates from the sea into the atmosphere, where it condenses and falls as rain or snow, returning to the sea by rivers or returning to the atmosphere by evaporation.
The water cycle is where it rains goes to a lake or the sea then evaporates back to the clouds.
There are four different stages that a water cycle will go through.
These stages are evaporation, condensation, precipitation and
The cycle of water
Gas, ice and water its self
Ice, Water, and Steam.
Bonus answer: Plasma!
Water will first gain heat from the sun,heat up and turn into water vapours,this is called evapouration water vapour will turn into light water droplets,it is so light that it can float in the air.This is called,condensation.It will collects other water droplets and if it is too heavy, it will fall …
Well, in the water cycle, There is gas, and liquid, and solid. Gas is the water vapor going up into the clouds. Liquid, can be preciptation/the rain. And solid can be hail.
It erodes the landscape around it causing the river to get wider.
First water evaporates or and turns the liquid into gas (water vapor)and forms as clouds in the sky. then after a while the water vapor condenses and turns back to a liquid causing perspiration. When the water falls on the ground it either turns into run-off or Ground water. Run-off are rivers, and …
When water vapor evaporates from rivers and oceans it is completely clean. It then falls as rain and becomes dirty on land again. Then the cycle repeats.
A complete drive cycle for any computer controlled vehicle is cold-starting the vehicle, running the engine to full operating temperatures(this may require driving the vehicle), then turning the vehicle off and allowing the engine temperature to completely cool down again.
Performing a …
The answer is no.There are two reasons.One is that the Sun does not have a solid surface. As a star the Sun is a ball of hot gas, not a solid object like a planet eg the Earth.The second reason is that the Sun is too hot for water to exist, certainly as a liquid. The temperature at what appears to b…
Umm, Nope! Don't think so. He knew a girl named Vanessa..
When it dissolves any salts or sugars it becomes salinated.
yes it is possible because of the water cycle. water that was in the lake then, went into the sky, the stuff in the sky condenses then precipitation happens, and then eventually that water evaporates.
and so it continues.
The sun causes water to evaporate, which turns water from a liquid to water vapor or steam; this is a part of the water cycle.
water initially sustains life... in microbiology it helps fill vacuoles which helps give energy to the cell... in photosynthesis it is split by charged particles to play in the role of giving the plant glucose and oxygen (in which animals breath in)... animals drink water in order to sustain the vac…
The Hydrological Cycle (also called the water cycle) involves the
continuous circulation of water through the Earth's geosphere,
hydrosphere, biosphere and atmosphere.
Clouds will be useless since they will not carry and drop water. If there is no water cycle, all plant,animal,and human life would not exist.
Since no water cycle so no evaporation of water so the water level will increase generally if the water will not evaporate which will result as a flood.
NO IT GOES THROUGH A PHISICAL CHANGE
You are both wrong and right......one it does go through a Chemical change ...And two it goes trough a physical change too ....The chemical change occurs when a saturated (w/salt or pollution)body of water evaporates it leaves the unwanted particles behind....i…
Solar energy from the sun's rays drives the water cycle. Heat from
Sol, our sun, supplies the energy that drives the water cycle. The
energy enters Earth's sphere as radiant energy (electromagnetic
energy - 'photons' in quantum speak), largely in visible
wavelengths. Some of this inbound energy is r…
It will dissolve.
it sleeps in the floor then dies finally
The last answer was just illogical. Condensation is water droplets in the water cycle.
Water evaporates continuously from surface of oceans, seas, rivers, lakes and vegetations on land into the atmosphere due to heat of the Sun. It rises upwards and forms cloud in the sky by mixing with dust particles. The clouds are carried in the air through long distances when cooled sufficiently, …
the study of cycle of sedimentation and sedimentary rock has great practical value as well. Oil and gas, our most valuable sources of energy are found in these rocks. These precious resources are becoming increasingly difficult to find, and so it's more important than ever to understand how sediment…
All living things (organisms) need water(H2O)
water filling in the porous spaces of the Earth's lithosphere.
Evaporation, Condensation, percipitation, ecumilation.Im not sure how to describe them,Sorry.
It would end. All water would freeze.The sun is the energy that makes the water cycle do what it does. So if there was no sun the water cycle wouldn't work..
The three stages of the water cycle (in order) are...1.Evaporation2.Condensation3.Precipitation
Evaporation: on a warm sunny day, water in a glass of water seems to slowly disappear. this is because the energy from the sun is heating the water up and turning the liquid water into water vapor. this process is called evaporation. when the water evaporates, it becomes an invisible gas in the atmo…
3 big factors that affect the water cycle are location, the amount
of solar radiation that makes it to ground level, and temperature.
The location would basically influence how much water is available
at ground level to be evaporated and the amount of solar radiation
would basically influence how mu…
the water needs to be heated or be very hot, the water vapour goes up, forming a cloud when heavy with water it will rain then dribble into the pond aidan daly aged 9
Infiltration is the process by which water on the ground
surface enters the soil. Infiltration rate in soil science
is a measure of the rate at which soil is able to absorb rainfall
or irrigation. It is measured in inches per hour or millimeters per
the change of state in the water cycle is when the sun heats the water which makes it evaporate. This is what makes a cloud, the water vapour then condenses which makes it rain. THis causes the cycle to start all over again.Writen By James Hayman
Draw some clouds and a sea and sun draw the evapouration of water(liquid into gas) then the gas turn again into liquid the clouds become heavy colour it with blue,when it become full with water it rains,draw how it rain.welcome
the sun, it evaporates water and makes the clouds too full of water. So it precipitatesThe Sun.The energy that powers the water cycle is called solar energy
1st step precipitation, precipitation is rain hail sleet or snow Precipitation occurs when so much condensed water (Which falls as rain) that the cumulus cloud can't hold anymore, so the water falls back to forms of rain, snow, hail and sleet. 2nd step evaporation, evaporation is when the sun gets …
Clouds are actually the water that is evaporated from our water sources in hot season,these are the cause of rain
Well when the water goes up into the clouds, that's the only thing it takes- the water. so all the bits of rock and stuff stay down on the earth.
acid rains can pollute the water rendering it un-drinkable and i belive that it would burn you
The water cycle is a very important part of weather. The water
evaporates from the ground into the air as water vapor and the
water vapor condenses and forms clouds. Then it falls as
precipitation back to the ground, which then returns to the
streams, ponds, lakes, and oceans. Some also becomes grou…
water cycle is important to maintain the ecological balance.
imagine if there were no rain! from where would we get the water to
drink, the water that we require for agriculture. the water cycle
constantly renews the water in the seas, lakes, etc.
Are you serious and how old are you cause this is like elementary school.Everithing that is liquid gose through the water cycle.It evaporates,condenses,precipitates,and runs off/groundwater and the process starts all over again.
precipitation is when rain,snow,sleet or hail falls from clouds to earth!