Weather World 2010 Project 1GS7

and moisture begins to condense out as fine droplets, which we see as clouds. When conditions are right on the ground, the same process forms fog. Eventually, water in clouds forms rain, hail, sleet, or snow, which falls back to the ground. This movement of water from the earth to the atmosphere and back again is called the water cycle. The water cycle is responsible for much of the world's weather.

SEE ALSO: Atmospheric Composition; Clouds, Cirrus; Clouds, Cumulus; Clouds, Stratus Rain; Thunderstorms.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. P. Gore, Basic Introduction to Weather (Georgia Perimeter College, 2005); Introduction to Weather, www.ace.mmu.ac.uk/eae/Weather/Older/Weather_Intro-duction; R. Oblack, "Your Guide to Weather" (2007); E. S. Rubin and C. I. Davidson, Introduction to Engineering & the Environment (The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2001).

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