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Water Cycle Bingo

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Test your understanding of terms associated with the water cycle (hydrologic cycle).

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Created Date 01.22.15
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Topics of this game:
  • Condensed water vapor that falls to the earth's surface.
  • Precipitation that does not reach the ground.
  • Runoff produced by melting snow.
  • Flow of excess water over the earth's surface.
  • How surface water soaks into the soil.
  • The movement of water underground.
  • The transformation of water from a liquid to a gas.
  • The transformation of water from a solid directly to a gas.
  • The transformation of water from a gas directly to a solid.
  • The movement of water, in any state, through the atmosphere.
  • The transformation of water from a gas to a liquid.
  • The transformation of water from a liquid to a solid.
  • The transformation of water from a solid to a liquid.
  • The movement of water released from plants and soil into the air.
  • The movement of water vertically through the ground.
  • The sum of evaporation and transpiration from the surface to the atmosphere.
  • The layer of gases surrounding the earth.
  • The flow of heat from the earth's surface to the atmosphere.
  • The flow of heat from the earth's interior to the surface.
  • The area between saturated ground and unsaturated ground.
  • The saturated zone beneath the water table where water can easily move.
  • The unsaturated zone above the water table.
  • The shape of the surface of the earth.
  • The amount of moisture in the air.
  • The temperature at which the water vapor in the air starts to condense.
  • A cloud that produces precipitation.
  • The comparative measurement of heat and cold.
  • High-level, wispy, feathery clouds.
  • Low-level clouds that form in flat layers.
  • A long period of below average precipitation.
  • A visible mass of evaporated water in the atmosphere.
  • The prevailing atmospheric patterns of a region averaged over a long period of time.
  • The conditions of the atmosphere over a short period of time.
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Great game!

Posted by Tom Thiel on 1/26/2015 9:42:47 AM Reply

This is feedback

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This is a reply to your feedback.

Posted by Tom Thiel on 5/6/2021 4:32:44 PM Reply