Hydrosphere supply the earth water to help sustain water on earth. The definition of the hydrosphere is all the waters on the earth 's surface, such as lakes and seas, and sometimes including water over the earth 's surface, such as clouds (Rutledge, K., McDaniel, M., Boudreau, et al). The three types of water on Earth is liquid, solid and gaseous forms of water differ because of water’s atomic structure (McConnell, D., Steer, D., Knight, C., & Owens, K., 2010, P. #390). In liquid form, small groups of molecules remain attached to one another but move rapidly enough to generate semi-ordered structures(McConnell, D., Steer, D., Knight, C., & Owens, K., 2010, P. #391) for example liquid form makes up our oceans, and lakes. Solid or frozen form molecules are joined together tightly for example this is glaciers, and ice cubes. Water vapor form molecules are together as liquid water form water vapor is more spaced out. Now to see the big picture and bring all types of water in the hydrologic cycle. Liquid form can go two ways evaporation into water vapor or freezing going into ice. Water vapor can go two ways con...
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...her ways to get around without them. That is correct you can use others ways like for example at night you can locate the North Star that will be North, and watching the sun in the morning the sun rises in the East and sets in the West.
In conclusion, my the claim is that I fit into the earth’s spheres by the hydrosphere, exosphere, atmosphere, and geosphere. All the spheres come together to make up our Earth that we will in. If the spheres weren’t here to protect us from dangerous gases or even helping sustain life on earth through food and resources. We need all the spheres to be able to live on Earth. The Earth gives humans, animals, and plants a chance at life by having the spheres to protect. We need land to live on (geosphere), all living things needs water (hydrosphere), we need protect from the outer space (exosphere), and we need air to breathe (atmosphere).
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