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The water cycle (intermediate)

The water cycle (intermediate)

Water on Earth is in a continuous state of change. The water cycle includes processes such as evaporation, precipitation, melting and freezing.

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cycle, water, water cycle, evaporation, melting, precipitation, freezing, change of state, solar radiation, cloud formation, runoff, rain, snow, cloud, hydrosphere, underground water, surface waters, glacier, seawater, river, stream, lake, sea, ocean, atmosphere, water vapor, solar energy, wind, moisture, air pressure, sunshine, climate, nature, geography

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Cloud formation, types of clouds

Evaporating surface water forms clouds of various shapes from which water falls back to the surface as precipitation.

How do seas shape the Earth's surface?

Seawater, as an external force, plays an important role in shaping coastlines.

Icebergs

Icebergs are blocks of frozen freshwater floating in the sea.

Layers of the ocean

Physical properties, as well as the flora and fauna of the ocean change with depth.

Local winds

The most important types of local winds are the sea-land breeze, the mountain-valley breeze as well as the downslope winds.

Rivers and landforms

Rivers play an important role in shaping the Earth's surface: they cause erosion as well as carrying and depositing sediment.

Seas and bays

This animation demonstrates the most important seas and bays.

The development of lakes

Standing bodies of water can form in depressions on the surface by both endogenic and exogenic forces, as well as by human activity.

Underground waters

Groundwater and aquifers are types of underground waters.

Water (H₂O)

Water is a very stable compound of hydrogen and oxygen, vital for all known forms of life. In nature it occurs in liquid, solid and gaseous state.

Waterfall

Waterfalls form where the river flows over a steep precipice in its course.

Atmospheric circulation

The difference between the temperature of the polar and equatorial zones causes atmospheric circulation which is affected by a number of factors, including...

Continents and oceans

Dry land on the surface of Earth is divided into continents which are separated by oceans.

Karst region (basic)

Karst formations include dolines and dripstones.

Lightning

Lightning is a sudden electrostatic discharge accompanied by a sound known as thunder.

Mid-latitude cyclone and anticyclone

Cyclones are large areas of circulating air with clouds and precipitation being formed in its center.

Ocean currents

The Great ocean conveyor is a planet-wide system of ocean currents, which has a great influence on the Earth´s climate.

Oxygen cycle

The oxygen cycle describes the movement of oxygen within its three main reservoirs.

Seafloor map

The boundaries of tectonic plates can be seen on the seafloor.

Carbon cycle

Carbon is bound in organic substances during photosynthesis, while during breathing, it is released into the atmosphere.

Deforestation

Deforestation has a negative impact on the environment.

Flood defense system

The protective embankment, or, in case of minor floods, the summer dike ensures the protection against flood damage.

Glacier (basic)

A glacier is a large body of ice that forms from snow, and is in constant, slow motion.

Nitrogen cycle

Atmospherical nitrogen is bound by bacteria and used by living organisms in the form of various compounds.

Seawater desalination

The desalination process produces drinking water from seawater.

Sewage treatment plant

Treated sewage water can be used in agriculture and industry.

The phosphorus cycle

The phosphorus cycle describes the movement of phosphorus through the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere.

Water pollution

The main sources of water pollution are industry, agriculture and urban areas.

Water supply system

The water supply system provides clean and safe drinking water for the consumers.

Karst region (intermediate)

Karst formations include dolines and dripstones.

Suction pumps and direct action pumps

Direct action pumps and suction pumps are among the simplest water pumps.

The water cycle (basic)

Water on Earth is in a continuous state of change. The water cycle includes processes such as evaporation, precipitation, melting and freezing.

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