lesson 3 water forms 09 c

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Water forms C : 

Water forms C

Spring : 

Spring The water comes from an underground source. It can be a hot or cold water. The water is usually hot when it is near a volcano. The hot water in some springs like the Tiwi Hot Spring in Albay is used to generate electricity.

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Tiwi Hot Spring Ardent Hot Spring

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Timoga Cold Spring

Stream : 

Stream Is a body of water formed when water brought by rain fall down the sides of the hills and slopes of mountains.

Pond : 

Pond Is still water smaller than a lake. It dries up easily during summer.

Creek : 

Creek It is a body of water branching out from a river. It is smaller than a river or a spring. A creek may be seen in a town, beside a long road or crossing a farm or rice field. The narrow and shallow creek usually dries up during hot summer months.

Interesting Facts to know about bodies of water. : 

Interesting Facts to know about bodies of water. The deepest part of the is the Mariana’s Trench with 11,034 meters. The Philippine Trench is about 10,057 meters. 71% of the Earths surface is covered by an ocean.

Interesting Facts to know about bodies of water. : 

Interesting Facts to know about bodies of water. 97% of the Earth’s water is in the ocean. We have not explored the sea or ocean as much as we want but we are already destroying it by throwing our garbage in it, using the wrong method of fishing and not doing our duty as caretakers of God’s earth.

Please prepare for a long quiz on Aug. 18, 2009Quarter Exam on Aug. 20 1 pm Study Lesson 3 on the ff: 1. Landforms & Water forms2. Identify if it is a landform or water form3. Differentiate between them.4. Identify if the water form is salt or freshwater. : 

Please prepare for a long quiz on Aug. 18, 2009Quarter Exam on Aug. 20 1 pm Study Lesson 3 on the ff: 1. Landforms & Water forms2. Identify if it is a landform or water form3. Differentiate between them.4. Identify if the water form is salt or freshwater.

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