Geochemical cycling refers to the movement of chemical elements through the earth, water, atmosphere, and living things.
Water in the atmosphere stays there as water vapor, or it condenses and falls as rain, snow, hail, etc.
It condenses and falls as precipitation (rain, snow, dew, and assorted frozen forms of water).
The water vapor condenses or freezes in clouds and falls back tot he surface as rain or snow.
Sun's electromagnetic radiation.The Sun's energy heats up the water on the Earth's surface and evaporates the water into the atmosphere. The water in the atmosphere then condenses into rain and falls back to the Earth.
water vapor in the atmosphere condense and falls to earth surface as rain or snow
That is all grouped as precipitation.
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.
Evaporated water vapor cools in the upper atmosphere, turning into water in its liquid state... then falls back to Earth.
when water vapour in the atmosphere gets cooled it condenses into water which then drops down to earth due to its weight. Its falls like a tear drops from god. (Simile)
how did water from the earth's surface get into the atmosphere
water evaporates from the ocean to the atmosphere, falls back to earth as rain, and runs into the ocean.
Water in the atmosphere comes from water on Earth. This water is sucked up into the atmosphere and recycles coming back to Earth.
The amount of water in the earth's atmosphere is 1/3000.
Precipitation is the movement of water from the atmosphere to the earth. This is part of the water cycle.
Earth has a water vapor atmosphere
Earth has a water vapor atmosphere!
basically it evaporates into the sky, eventually becoming rain/snow and falls back to earth. It rises into the atmosphere.
Most of the water that falls to the Earth as precipitation originates in the oceans.