Round and Round It Goes; Water, Where It Stops Nobody Knows
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Students investigate the interrelationship of the five processes in the hydrologic cycle. They map and sketch the hydrologic cycle showing each process and conduct an experiment to show how the hydrologic cycle functions amidst pollution.
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