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1. Why does condensation occur?

  • Because water falls as a result of gravity
  • Because water vapour rises mostly by convection and this means water vapour looses its energy
  • Because radiant particles cause the molecules to have more energy and rise
  • Because there is not enough space in the sky for all of it
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2. What is transpiration?

  • where the water filters through the ground and the tiny pores in the soil
  • where the water is evaporated straight from the ground or from the sea
  • When plants take water through their roots and release it through leaves
  • this happens when either the soil is impermeable or saturated and the water flows over the top of it

3. What is underground flow?

  • this is where plants, trees, or buildings collect the precipitation
  • where the water is evaporated straight from the ground or from the sea
  • slow movement of water through the ground
  • where the water filters through the ground and the tiny pores in the so

4. What is condensation?

  • Water molecules rising
  • The process of liquid changing to a vapour
  • The process of water vapour changing to a liquid
  • Water seeping into the ground

5. What is a tributary?

  • a boundary of the drainage basin
  • where two rivers join
  • a small river joining the main one
  • where the river starts

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