| |hot water plus match |Air inside bottle was very foggy with the presence of smoke. | (4 points) 1. Cloud formation is really just the process of water vapor turning to liquid in the air. Name that water cycle process and explain why it occurs in the air? Hydrologic Cycle The elements that combine to make water Hydrogen and oxygen are found in dust, grasses, and other stuff that formed Earth.
Explain the relationship between the saturated zone, the water table, a ground water well and the cone of depression, all within the sub-surface. The hydrologic cycle can be viewed as a series of storage areas interconnected by various transfer processes, in which there is a ceaseless interchange of moisture in terms of both its geographic location and its physical state. Liquid water on Earth’s surface evaporates to become water vapor in the atmosphere. That vapor then condenses and precipitates, either as liquid water or as ice, back onto the surface. This precipitated water runs off into storage areas and later evaporates into the atmosphere once again.
Transpiration removes water from plants and soil. Air currents take water vapour into the atmosphere where cooler temperature causes it to condense into clouds. Air currents move water around the globe; cloud particles collide and fall out of the sky as snow, hail or sleet. Most water falls back into ocean or on land as rain where the water flows over ground as runoff. Some of runoff enters rivers flowing water towards ocean where water cycle had started.
What about at an increased temperature? Answer = The weather may be calm with decreased temperatures verses a warmer temperature. The sun heats the water to evaporate and to produce water vapors that transform into clouds. According to our lab manual, clouds form at many different altitudes in the troposphere when water vapor in warm air rises and cools. Experiment 1: Water Movement POST LAB QUESTIONS 1.
The evidence of sea floor spreading was further supported by Vine and Drummond, who studied the magnetic pattern of the sea floor. They found that the Earth’s magnetic field changes over time, because as magma from the mantle rises to the crust it cools but the basalt will align to the field it cools to. It is also found that on either side of mid oceanic ridges there were symmetrical magnetic patterns, so suggesting that the ocean was created at the mid oceanic ridges and as new ocean floor cooled, it pushed the crust away. Both Hess and Vine and Drummond found evidence that is crucial to the explanation of how continental drift happened, and it is very important in the development of geologists understanding, however other people found evidence to support continental drift also. Dan McKenzie went on to further explain sea floor spreading, being able to explain why new crust was made at mid oceanic ridges.
One more similarity is the equipment they used to get the results for example they both used temperatureDetermining global warming effects on weather can be done in many different in these two articles I found that you can use ice or water. In the rising of the seas they explain how the melting of the ice caps raise the sea level but in the greenhouse. It breaks down how they can use ice to determine the future weather. Global warming is something more people need to be aware of and get more knowledge on, because after reading these two articles I found out what our world might become just by looking into the past. These two article had there similarities and differences in how they go about finding out about the past but yet both are very
An example of this can be found in glaciation. During glaciations the weight of ice pushing on the Earth can depress the crust, causing the land to fall relative to the level of the sea. When the ice goes in warmer periods the land rebounds upwards as Scotland and Northern Britain are today - rising relative to the level of the sea. Eustatic sea level change is a GLOBAL change in sea level, linked directly to the temperature of the Earth. In warmer periods there is less ice and the water is warmer, so expands and sea levels rise.
Hurricanes need the ocean’s water temperature to be about 80 degrees to a depth of about 150 feet. Another factor of the forming of hurricanes is the rapid cooling of the warm water vapors that were evaporated, which causes condensation (the second step of the water cycle). The third step of the water cycle is precipitation and that happens when too many water vapors are condensed and rain starts to fall. Humidity is also needed in the
When the glacier melted the kettle filled with water and grew dude to further weathering. The result is the lake and the remnant terminal moraine visible in Figure 3 at Headley