Waddles the Water Cycle

January 6, 2009
By Neil Halista, Orlando, FL

Waddles the Water Cycle is a continuous movement of water on Earth. Waddles has three major process: Evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.

When the sun's energy strike water on the land and water surface, its time for Waddles to go to work. The water evaporates adding gaseous water vapor to the atmosphere.

The sun sure make Waddles all heated up but Waddles needs to cool off. As Waddles cools off, water vapor condenses and eventually falls as precipitation (rain, snow, or sleet).

When plants have enough of Waddles, Waddles exit the plants during transpiration, evaporation from the plant's leaves.

Now, when Waddles isn't being held back by plants or bound by soil particles, he either runs off into a river and streams or restores groundwater.

Waddles will reenter the atmosphere by evaporation, condensation, and precipitation. But wait! There more! Waddles stop because Waddles continuously move water between the land, bodies of water, and the atmosphere.

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