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  1. Water & Climate and Water Cycles Jack Miller John Elder Jack Trivas

  2. Oceans and Climate • There are ocean currents all over the world • Currents and wind move warm water from the Caribbean to Europe • Because of other currents, other places may be cooled. For example, cool water moves from Greenland to places such as the Caribbean.

  3. Oceans and Climate • Areas around beaches are warmer in the winter because water temperature changes more slowly and cooler in the summer for the same reason • Oceans and other bodies of water spread temperature • Water and bodies of water shape our climate

  4. Oceans and Climate • Water is cooler in summer then winter and warmer in the winter because it takes longer to heat up and cool down • Western Europe has milder climate compared to other places at the same latitude • Earths water is always moving

  5. The Water Cycle • Water evaporates from rivers, creeks, streams, oceans, and lakes; the warmer the water and the more sun it has, the faster and more it evaporates • The water in the air condenses then precipitates, eventually flowing back to a body of water • Precipitation is rain, snow, or hail • The cycle is repeated


  6. The Water Cycle

  7. Work Cited • http://view.etext.home2.pearsoncmg.com/ebook/launcheText.do?values=platform::1070::bookID::2286::scenario::16::scenario::16::invokeType::lms::launchState::goToEBook::platform::1070::globalBookID::CM29536964::userID::136552::scenario::16::scenarioid::scenario16::sessionID::ST-1608151-YDiT6MlWbW0eHgGXyK9L-b3-rumba-prod-01-01::smsUserID::ffffffff522f09bfe4b0cd4fee699811::uid::20130910180947::ubd::20130910180947::ubsd::20130910180947::hsid::fc923f0e2c3a9e65454dc19f18265a4a • http://pmm.nasa.gov/education/water-cycle • http://theworklife.com/graham-miln/tag/hail-storm/ • http://pmm.nasa.gov/education/sites/default/files/article_images/Water-Cycle-Art2A.png • http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jetstream/atmos/images/hydro.jpg • http://www-personal.umich.edu/~jalbosta/oceans-global-warming.jpeg • http://www.kidsgeo.com/images/ocean-current.jpg • http://earth.usc.edu/~stott/Catalina/images/Oceanography/surface%20currents.jpg • http://reddead.wikia.com/wiki/Posse:Rain • http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-aCBjx7v4_r0/UNutRH0XFhI/AAAAAAACCNg/U-5ZEp-Q1yg/s1600/blue%2Bsky%2Bocean%2B%25289%2529.jpg • http://donsnotes.com/science/earth/images/ocean.current.map.jpg • http://replygif.net/283 • http://replygif.net/ • http://www.phschool.com/atschool/