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The process by which water seeps deep underground is called _____. A. infiltration B. evaporation C. precipitation D. condensation
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User: The process by which water seeps deep underground is called _____. A. infiltration B. evaporation C. precipitation D. condensation

Weegy: The process by which water seeps deep underground is called infiltration.
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User: Which two "spheres" are involved when it rains and the rainwater moves into rivers and lakes? A. atmosphere and biosphere B. biosphere and hydrosphere C. atmosphere and cryosphere D. atmosphere and hydrosphere

Weegy: The atmosphere and hydrosphere are involved when it rains and the rainwater moves into rivers and lakes.

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User: What does the term humidity refer to? A. a weather condition B. a form of precipitation C. a step in the water cycle D. the amount of water dissolved in the air

Weegy: The term humidity refer to the amount of water dissolved in the air.



User: A measurement such as 74% humidity is an example of what? A. the dew point B. relative humidity C. weather forecasting D. conditions for cloud formation

Weegy: A measurement such as 74% humidity is an example of relative humidity.
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User: The water cycle is also referred to as the _____ cycle. A. fluid B. hydrologic C. evaporation D. precipitation

Weegy: The water cycle is also referred to as the HYDROLOGIC cycle.



User: When air cools, it holds _____ water than when it is warmer. A. less B. more C. the same amount of

User: Which of the following is a possible sequence that water could follow through the water cycle? A. evaporation, precipitation, infiltration B. infiltration, evaporation, condensation C. condensation, precipitation, surface runoff D. condensation, groundwater, surface runoff

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