# SCI 207 WEEK 5 LAB 5 WEATHER AND CLIMATE CHANGE – NEW

## SCI 207 WEEK 5 LAB 5 WEATHER AND CLIMATE CHANGE – NEW

﻿SCI 207 WEEK 5 LAB 5 WEATHER AND CLIMATE CHANGE – NEW
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SCI 207 WEEK 5 LAB 5 WEATHER AND CLIMATE CHANGE - NEW
Lab 5 - Experiment 1: Modeling the Water Cycle
Hypothesis: The jar will steam up and sweat and the water will return to the water.
Post-Lab Questions
1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know?
The jar will steam up and sweat and the water will return to the water.  Yes, there was water under the lid of the jar
1. Which water cycle processes are represented in this model and by what components?
Evaporation and condensation, the warm water evaporated into water vapors that were trapped under the lid then returned to water.
1. Which processes are not represented? How could the model be altered to include these processes? Transpiration, sublimation, surface run-off, infiltration, and percolation. I really do not see how to make the model different unless you also include soil and make the jar larger, but with the other experiment being done in the same week it all works together.
1. How would the “weather” be affected if the water was at a decreased temperature? What about at an increased temperature? How could you model these changes in this system? I think that a decreased temperature would cause the water to evaporate slower and an increased temperature would cause it to evaporate quicker.

SCI 207 WEEK 5 LAB 5 WEATHER AND CLIMATE CHANGE - NEW
Lab 5 - Experiment 1: Modeling the Water Cycle
Hypothesis: The jar will steam up and sweat and the water will return to the water.
Post-Lab Questions
1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know?
The jar will steam up and sweat and the water will return to the water.  Yes, there was water under the lid of the jar
1. Which water cycle processes are represented in this model and by what...