Water cycle

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What can cause the distribution of organisms to change?
Environmental changes.
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What does a change in distribution mean?
A change in wear an organism lives.
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What are three of the environmental changes that can cause an organism to move?
Availability of water, temperature and, atmospheric gases.
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What is an example of distribution and availability of water?
The changes between wet and dry seasons in the tropics.
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What is an example of distribution of temperature?
Migration patterns to warmer climates.
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What is an example of distribution of atmospheric gases?
Air pollution.
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What happens in the first stage of the water cycle?
Energy from the sun makes water evaporate and become water vapour.
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When water evaporates from plants what is it called?
Transpiration.
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What happens in the second stage of the water cycle?
Warm air rises. Then cools, condenses and, makes clouds.
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What happens in the third stage of the water cycle?
It rains. Or precipitates if you wanna be fancy.
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What happens in the fourth stage of the water cycle?
The water goes into the sea before the process starts again.
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