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Where is Water Found?

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FC: Where is Water Found? | By: Josephine Aguilar

1: One place that you can find water is a river. Mostly all rivers contain fresh water. North America's five great lakes contain about 20% of Earth's fresh water. | Rivers

2: Some fresh water comes from sheets of ice. Greenland and Antarctica have large sheets of ice. Icebergs contain fresh water that break off of ice sheets. | Ice

3: Water Vapor is invisible. Without water vapor there would not be clouds, rain, and snow which would mean that plants and animals would die. Water Vapor can absorb heat which can also keep the Earth cool. | Water Vapor

4: Some of the fresh water is found underground. When it rains or snows the water that does not evaporate soaks into the ground. Most of the fresh water is located underground. | Ground Water

5: Fresh water is very important to the world because it keep life going. Where you can find fresh water is from a well. Fresh water supplied is very limited. | Fresh Water

6: Oceans contains salt water that is not drinkable by humans. Smaller places that are smaller than oceans that contain salt water are called seas. Oceans contain mostly all of the water in the Earth. | Salt Water

7: Facts About Water | Rivers contain 0.26% of Earth's water | Fresh water contains 3% of Earth's water. | Salt water in oceans and salt lakes contains 97% of Earth's water. | Water vapor contains 0.04% of the water on earth. | Ice contains 69% of the water on earth. | 30% of ground water is on earth.

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