Lesson 2: The Hydrologic Cycle
All videos in this chapter are linked below. You will have the option to download the HD version or stream a lower resolution version.
Lesson 2.0: The Hydrologic Cycle Summary Overview
Lesson 2.1: The Hydrologic Cycle Introduction
Lesson 2.2: Hydrologic Cycle Explained
Lesson 2.3: Texas Water
Lesson 2.4: Surface Water
Lesson 2.5: Groundwater
Lesson 2.6: Water For People
Lesson 2.D: Definitions
The earth’s water is one, finite supply that moves from streams to lakes to oceans, flowing underground, freezing on mountaintops and forming the clouds we see in the sky. All this moving and shifting around of water is one of the largest recycling efforts by mother nature, called the hydrologic cycle and is the driving force behind our weather.
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About This Project
Aquatic Science Lessons with Dr. Rudy Rosen is an on-line video curriculum arranged into 13 lessons. Each lesson covers a major subject area and is broken down into short sub-topic video presentations. These short videos covering important aquatic science topics can be used in teaching instruction or for self-education. A comprehensive teaching guide and enhancements can be downloaded FREE here.The teaching textbook is published by the Texas A&M University Press and can be obtained here.
Rosen, Rudolph A., "Lesson 2: The Hydrologic Cycle" (2015). Texas Aquatic Science Video Textbook. 2.