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Planet Earth, Section One and Two

Across
The movement of water from the Earth's surface into the atmosphere and back.
The beginning of Spring or Fall. It is when there is equal amounts of sunlight on the Earth in both the northern and southern hemispheres.
Physical features of the Earth's surface created by nature.
Less than sufficient supply of water.
The process of the sun heating water and turning it into water vapor.
The process of water vapor cooling and turning into water droplets.
A smaller stream that runs into a larger river.
Water found below the Earth's surface.
The measured distance from the equator.
Regions close to the equator that stretch from the tropic of Capricorn to the Tropic of Cancer.
The beginning of summer or winter in each hemisphere.
Down
Water that is found in the Earth's streams, rivers, and lakes.
Areas of fertile soil at the mouth of rivers.
Water in the form of an invisible gas.
The area around the Pacific Ocean known for earthquakes and volcanoes.
Energy from the sun.
Water found below the Earth's surface.
The 365 and 1/4 days it takes the Earth to circle the sun.
Slow moving mountains of ice.
Excess precipitation that flows over land into rivers, streams, and oceans.
Water without salt.
When one hemisphere is pointed toward the sun causing it to receive more direct sunlight.
When the Earth turns on it's Axis every 24 hours.