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  1. Life Boot Camp 5.8B Explain how the sun and the ocean interact in the water cycle.

  2. STAAR 2013 #15; RC 3; Supporting1. Which of the following events in the water cycle is an example of solar energy being absorbed?A. Water vapor condensing to form cloudsB. Water evaporating from the surface of an oceanC. Rain freezing as it falls toward the groundD. Clouds releasing precipitation over a mountain

  3. STAAR 2013 #15; RC 3; Supporting1. Which of the following events in the water cycle is an example of solar energy being absorbed?A. Water vapor condensing to form cloudsB. Water evaporating from the surface of an oceanC. Rain freezing as it falls toward the groundD. Clouds releasing precipitation over a mountain

  4. STAAR 2013 #28; RC 3; Supporting; 5.3C F2. The diagram of the stages in the water cycle is shown below.Which of these observations would most likely be seen at Stage N?F. Water flowing downhillG. Fog forming along a highwayH. The water level of a lake decreasingJ. Dark clouds forming in the sky

  5. STAAR 2013 #28; RC 3; Supporting; 5.3C F2. The diagram of the stages in the water cycle is shown below.Which of these observations would most likely be seen at Stage N?F. Water flowing downhillG. Fog forming along a highwayH. The water level of a lake decreasingJ. Dark clouds forming in the sky

  6. M.S. ?’s 3. Which habitat on Earth would probably add the greatest amount of water to the water cycle through evaporation? A Cold lake B Desert sand C Warm ocean D Mountain rock

  7. 3. Which habitat on Earth would probably add the greatest amount of water to the water cycle through evaporation? A Cold lake B Desert sand C Warm ocean D Mountain rock

  8. 4. What is the main reason for the formation of wind on a coastline?AThe land heats and cools more slowly than water.B The land heats and cools more quickly than water.C Wind moves more easily over water than land.D Wind moves more easily over land than water.

  9. 4. What is the main reason for the formation of wind on a coastline?AThe land heats and cools more slowly than water.B The land heats and cools more quickly than water.C Wind moves more easily over water than land.D Wind moves more easily over land than water.

  10. M.S. ?’s 5. Students conduct an outdoor field investigation to learn what causes water to evaporate. What is a safety precaution students must follow during the outdoor investigation?A. wear gogglesB. wear apronsC. do not look directly at the sunD. record all observations in science notebooks

  11. 5. Students conduct an outdoor field investigation to learn what causes water to evaporate. What is a safety precaution students must follow during the outdoor investigation?A. wear gogglesB. wear apronsC. do not look directly at the sunD. record all observations in science notebooks

  12. 6. Which of the following best describes one way the sun interacts with the ocean in the water cycle?A. The sun reflects off the ocean, causing the development of waves.B. The ocean absorbs the heat from the sun which influences marine life.C. The sun heats the water in the ocean, creating tides.D. The sun heats the water in the ocean, causing the water to evaporate.

  13. 6. Which of the following best describes one way the sun interacts with the ocean in the water cycle?A. The sun reflects off the ocean, causing the development of waves.B. The ocean absorbs the heat from the sun which influences marine life.C. The sun heats the water in the ocean, creating tides.D. The sun heats the water in the ocean, causing the water to evaporate.

  14. 7. In the water cycle, which of these best describes the sun’s role in relation to the ocean?A. Powers the water in a continuous cycleB. Energizes the water to provide life for marine plantsC. Provides heat to keep the water temperatures very warmD. Forms clouds from excess overflow along the shoreline

  15. 7. In the water cycle, which of these best describes the sun’s role in relation to the ocean?A. Powers the water in a continuous cycleB. Energizes the water to provide life for marine plantsC. Provides heat to keep the water temperatures very warmD. Forms clouds from excess overflow along the shoreline

  16. 8. What happens to the water that does not fall into oceans or other water sources when it rains?A. the water instantly evaporatesB. the water sinks into the ground to form ground waterC. the water stays in puddles foreverD. all water which does not land in oceans falls in lakes, river, and ponds

  17. 8. What happens to the water that does not fall into oceans or other water sources when it rains?A. the water instantly evaporatesB. the water sinks into the ground to form ground waterC. the water stays in puddles foreverD. all water which does not land in oceans falls in lakes, river, and ponds

  18. 9. Students are exploring how water changes state in the water cycle through evaporation, condensation, and precipitation. They notice that the sun heats the ocean, changing into a gas. It then enters the atmosphere where the temperature decreases and it changes back into a liquid. Based on the information given, the students are making – A. a hypothesisB. a predictionC. an observationD. a data table

  19. 9. Students are exploring how water changes state in the water cycle through evaporation, condensation, and precipitation. They notice that the sun heats the ocean, changing into a gas. It then enters the atmosphere when the temperature decreases and it changes back into a liquid. Based on the information given, the students are making – A. a hypothesisB. a predictionC. an observationD. a data table

  20. 10. Hydrologists are scientists who study the flow of water in the water cycle. Which of the following is another name for the water cycle? A. Life cycleB. Lunar cycleC. Carbon-dioxide cycleD. Hydrologic cycle

  21. 10. Hydrologists are scientists who study the flow of water in the water cycle. Which of the following is another name for the water cycle? A. Life cycleB. Lunar cycleC. Carbon-dioxide cycleD. Hydrologic cycle (hydro = water)

  22. 11. The teacher instructed students to take precautions during this water cycle investigation by using—A. goggles & insulated glovesB. a science notebook and a thermometerC. goggles and a science notebookD. insulated gloves and a thermometer

  23. 11. The teacher instructed students to take precautions during this water cycle investigation by using—A. goggles & insulated glovesB. a science notebook and a thermometerC. goggles and a science notebookD. insulated gloves and a thermometer

  24. 12. Which part of this water cycle demonstration models the sun heating the ocean water?A. boiling waterB. metal potC. hot plateD. metal handle

  25. 12. Which part of this water cycle demonstration models the sun heating the ocean water?A. boiling waterB. metal potC. hot plateD. metal handle

  26. 13. Earth is sometimes called the “Blue Planet” because ¾ of Earth is covered with water. Why is water conservation important when such a large portion of our planet contains water?A. Much of the available water on Earth’s surface is contained in the ocean, and is lost to evaporation.B. Clouds in the atmosphere hold the majority of Earth’s waterC. Only 1% of Earth’s water is fresh water.D. The polar ice caps are melting

  27. 13. Earth is sometimes called the “Blue Planet” because ¾ of Earth is covered with water. Why is water conservation important when such a large portion of our planet contains water?A. Much of the available water on Earth’s surface is contained in the ocean, and is lost to evaporation.B. Clouds in the atmosphere hold the majority of Earth’s waterC. Only 1% of Earth’s water is fresh water.D. The polar ice caps are melting

  28. 14. Which of the following processes must take place in order for clouds to form?A CondensationB TranspirationC PrecipitationD Evaporation

  29. 14. Which of the following processes must take place in order for clouds to form?A CondensationB TranspirationC PrecipitationD Evaporation

  30. 16. Springfield, Missouri, and San Francisco, California, are at similar latitudes, but they have very different climates. Springfield has very hot summers and cold winters, while San Francisco has about the same temperatures all year. What is the most likely reason the two cities have such different climates?A The amount of sunlight each city receivesB The distance of each city from an oceanC The elevation above sea level of each cityD The distance of each city from the equator

  31. 16. Springfield, Missouri, and San Francisco, California, are at similar latitudes, but they have very different climates. Springfield has very hot summers and cold winters, while San Francisco has about the same temperatures all year. What is the most likely reason the two cities have such different climates?A The amount of sunlight each city receivesB The distance of each city from an oceanC The elevation above sea level of each cityD The distance of each city from the equator

  32. 17. Sleet and hail are both forms of—A cloudsB energyC evaporationD precipitation

  33. 17. Sleet and hail are both forms of—A cloudsB energyC evaporationD precipitation

  34. 18. Which statement correctly describes a water cycle process?AEvaporation can occur when water gains energy from the sun and changes into water vapor.BCondensation can occur when liquid water drops in clouds lose energy and fall to the Earth.C Transpiration can occur when water vapor gains energy and moves higher into the atmosphere.D Precipitation can occur when water vapor loses energy and forms liquid water droplets in clouds.

  35. 18. Which statement correctly describes a water cycle process?AEvaporation can occur when water gains energy from the sun and changes into water vapor.BCondensation can occur when liquid water drops in clouds lose energy and fall to the Earth. (precipitation) C Transpiration can occur when water vapor gains energy and moves higher into the atmosphere.(evaporation)D Precipitation can occur when water vapor loses energy and forms liquid water droplets in clouds. (condensation)

  36. 19. Why is the water cycle vital to plants and animals living on land?F Evaporation from rivers and lakes adds fresh water to the oceans through condensation.G Groundwater is replaced by saltwater from the oceans after many days in the air.H Water vapor in the atmosphere condenses to reduce evaporation from lakes and rivers.J Precipitation replaces fresh water lost from rivers and lakes because of evaporation.

  37. 19. Why is the water cycle vitalto plants and animals living on land?F Evaporation from rivers and lakes adds fresh water to the oceans through condensation.G Groundwater is replaced by saltwater from the oceans after many days in the air.H Water vapor in the atmosphere condenses to reduce evaporation from lakes and rivers.J Precipitation replaces fresh water lost from rivers and lakes because of evaporation.

  38. 20. Which of these cycles MOST directly affects the weather on the Earth?A The sugar cycleB The nitrogen cycleC The carbon cycleD The water cycle

  39. 20. Which of these cycles MOST directly affects the weather on the Earth?A The sugar cycleB The nitrogen cycleC The carbon cycleD The water cycle

  40. 21. Which of the following is most responsible for maintaining the conditions needed to support life on the Earth?AThe shape of Earth’s orbitB The monthly lunar phasesC Its distance from the sunD Its number of sunny days

  41. 21. Which of the following is most responsible for maintaining the conditions needed to support life on the Earth?AThe shape of Earth’s orbitB The monthly lunar phasesC Its distance from the sunD Its number of sunny days

  42. 22. After a heavy rain, you may see puddles on the sidewalk. A few hours later, the puddles have evaporated due to heat. What is the source of the heat that causes the water to evaporate?A The sunB The airC The waterD The clouds

  43. 22. After a heavy rain, you may see puddles on the sidewalk. A few hours later, the puddles have evaporated due to heat. What is the source of the heat that causes the water to evaporate?A The sunB The airC The waterD The clouds

  44. 23. Solar energy heats the air on the Earth’s surface, causing warm air to rise and cool air to sink. Which of the following does this process create?A RainB StormsC ThunderD Wind

  45. 23. Solar energy heats the air on the Earth’s surface, causing warm air to rise and cool air to sink. Which of the following does this process create?A RainB StormsC ThunderD Wind

  46. 24. How does the sun affect the winds on the Earth?A It causes evaporation of water.B It changes the air temperature.C It provides food for green plants.D It warms the magma inside the earth.

  47. 24. How does the sun affect the winds on the Earth?A It causes evaporation of water.B It changes the air temperature.C It provides food for green plants.D It warms the magma inside the earth.

  48. 25. Where does water in a lake get most of its energy to evaporate? A The sun heating the lake B Green plants living in the lake C Streams entering the lake D Cold springs under the lake