Earth's Fresh Water
Nevada Standards. Fresh water moves over the surface by an interconnected system of streams and rivers. Small streams that feed water into larger rivers are called
tributaries. Rivers are closely interconnected and flow from higher to lower elevations where the water collects in larger and larger rivers until it ultimately flows into the oceans.
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The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:
NV.E.8.A. Atmospheric Processes and the Water Cycle (Earth and Space Science Unifying Concept A): Students understand the relationship between the Earth's atmosphere, topography, weather and climate.
E.8.A.2. Sun's Energy: Students know how the processes involved in the water cycle affect climatic patterns. E/S
E.8.A.3. Weather: Students know the properties that make water an essential component of the earth system. E/S
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