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Stages of Water Cycle
   
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TRANSPIRATION

The release of water vapor from plants and soil into the air. Water vapor is a gas that cannot be seen. It is why sometimes you see dead brown plants in your yard.
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CONDENSATION

Have you ever noticed when you fill a glass with cold water, beads of water form on the outside? This is condensation, when water sticks together to form droplets.

In the clouds, the water vapor is sticking together to form droplets. Soon, the atmosphere wont be able to hold them anymore.

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PRECIPITATION

When something gets too heavy for the thing that holds it, it falls. This is what happens next. The droplets fall in precipitation, or rain. Snow, hail, and sleet are other forms of precipitation.

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WATER STORAGE        

Water Storage is any water source, oceans, lakes, rivers, and streams. This is where Evaporation occurs. Here is the end AND the beginning of the water cycle. We could not live without the water cycle, because it gives us fresh water. However, because of pollution, our water supply is being poisoned, acid rain burning forests and animals, killing water life, and sometimes causing mutations. We can only hope that humankind will come up with a way to save our earth and water supply.

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