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The Cycle of Water

written by: eyez2k1ss
 
This liquid so vital for the life on our planet is in constant motion and change. Find out more about the movements and tranformations of water!

Question 1:


The water cycle is the continuous movement of water above and below the surface of the planet. What is this process also known as?
Hydroscopic cycle
Hydrodynamic cycle
Hydrologic cycle
Hydrographic cycle

Question 2:


Which of effect of these is the main reason for the existence of the water cycle on Earth?
Gravitational forces
Thermal energy in the Earth's core
The Sun
The Moon

Question 3:


Water can be found in three main states on Earth. Which of the following is not one of them?
Liquid
Vapor
Crystal
Ice

Question 4:


Which of these is not one of the state-changing processes through which water goes in nature?
Precipitation
Concentration
Sublimation
Condensation

Question 5:


Evapotranspiration is a term connected to which of these groups?
Plants
Water basins
Rocks
Animals

Question 6:


Which of the following is not possible to happen to water in its different states?
Snow to sublimate into water vapor
All of these are possible
Ice to sublimate into water vapor
Vapor to condense into clouds

Question 7:


Which line contains only types of precipitation?
Rain, fog drip, runoff, sleet
Snow, ice, hail, rain
Snow, vapor, fog drip, hail
Graupel, sleet, snow, hail

Question 8:


On which of these factors does the total amount of water on Earth at a certain moment depend?
Distance from the Sun
None of these
Time of the day
Season

Question 9:


Ice caps and glaciers are the second largest water reservoirs on Earth after oceans. What percent of the planet’s water do they hold?
5 %
2 %
18 %
10 %

Question 10:


What would be the Earth like without evaporation?
Cooler
None of these
Warmer
Greener

 


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