water in its gaseous state
soil that has many pores between particles
water flows easily through it
an underground layer of rock through water flows in and collects
rainfall that is not absorbed by soil
fit for drinking
has living organisms in it
a place where water is collected and stored
is a system of pipes that carries water to distant places
leaves release water vapor into the air
gas turns into liquid
rain, snow, sleet or hail
the ongoing movement of water in the air and back to the Earth's surface as precipitation
What percent of water comes for the ocean?
What percent of the water comes from fresh water?
The main sources of fresh water are
rivers, wells, reservoirs
Water can be found
underground, on the surface, in living things
How much water does a living human contain?
What percent of fresh water comes from ice caps and glaciers?
What river supplies fresh water to Southern California?
Everyday uses of water
drinking, cleaning, bathing, safety, recreational, farming
Importance of wetlands
act as natural storage units and are homes to several plants and animals
environments which contains large amounts of water
Two ways we pollute our water
Two ways we can conserve our water
Can a human drink large amounts of salt water ? Explain.
No, because they will be become dehydrated and severely ill. May cause death