Water Cycle Review I. Match the term to the definition/statement: 1. 2. 3. 4. Area of Earth where majority of freshwater is found Driving force behind the hydrologic cycle Process that changes surface water into water vapor Process where plants change liquid water in their roots and Release it from their leaves as water vapor 5. Process where rain/snow falls from clouds 6. Process that condenses water vapor into clouds 7. Process where snow changes directly into water vapor 8. Water flowing over the Earth’s surface 9. Process where animals change the water in their bodies into Vapor and breathe it out 10. Process where water seeps into the soil A. Condensation B. Evaporation C. Surface runoff D. Precipitation E. Glaciers F. Respiration G. Infiltration H. Sublimation I. Transpiration J. Sun II. Match the description to the correct phase of matter. A. Solid 11. __________ 12. __________ 13. __________ 14. __________ B. Liquid C. Gas Particles do not move or vibrate slowly Particles move rapidly past each other Particles move slowly past each other Particles are extremely close together III. Fill in the blanks using the word bank below. Large Zone of saturation Zone of aeration Water table Infiltration Surface runoff 15. ___________________________________ is the term for the area of open spaces in soil filled with air and water. 16. The ______________________________ is the line that divides the zone of aeration & the zone of saturation. 17. Groundwater is recharged by ______________________. 18. Soil with _____________ particles allows for greater __________________________. 19. __________________________________________________ is the term for the area of open spaces in soil filled with water only. IV. Label the diagram using the words below. Water Table Zone of saturation Zone of aeration Infiltration A. ________________________ A B. ________________________ B D C. ________________________ D. ________________________ C V. Infiltration & Runoff A. Infilitration Sand Silt Clay Particle Size Speed of Water Movement Conclusion: ___________________________________________________________________ B. Runoff- Put a 1 next to the picture that would have the least runoff and a 5 next to picture that would have the most runoff. Explain your reasoning in the space beneath the picture.