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NCSCOS 7.E.1.2 Water Cycle Vocabulary

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Grade 7
Science
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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Grade 7
Science
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

7.E1.2

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  • Q1
    molecules of water vapor come together to form liquid water
    CONDENSATION
    30s
    7.E1.2
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  • Q2
    water molecules in liquid water escape into the air as water vapor
    EVAPORATION
    30s
    7.E1.2
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  • Q3
    any form of water that falls from clouds
    PRECIPITATION
    30s
    7.E1.2
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  • Q4
    water that does not sink in but runs along Earth's surface.
    RUNOFF
    30s
    7.E1.2
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  • Q5
    the loss of water from plant leaves released during photosynthesis
    TRANSPIRATION
    30s
    7.E1.2
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  • Q6
    water that seeps into the soil to eventually join ground water
    INFILTRATION
    30s
    7.E1.2
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  • Q7
    direct transfer of thermal (heat) energy from one substance touching another. The heat absorbed by the surface of the road heats the air above causing it to rise.
    CONDUCTION
    30s
    7.E1.2
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  • Q8
    transfer of thermal (heat) energy by the movement of a fluid. Gasses are considered fluids
    CONVECTION
    30s
    7.E1.2
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  • Q9
    When an area of land does not receive enough rain to meet its needs over a long period of time.
    DROUGHT
    30s
    7.E1.2
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  • Q10
    A sudden, violent flood that occurs within hours or minutes of a storm. Usually involves very dangerous, fast moving water.
    FLASH FLOOD
    30s
    7.E1.2
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