## (Solved) Lab 5 - Weather and Climate Change Lab 5 - Demonstration 1: Modeling the Water Cycle In this experiment you will observe how entrapped water moves

Weather and Climate Change

Read â€œLab 5: Weather and Climate Change.â€ This lab will allow you to explore the water cycle through the creation of an ecosystem model. Additionally, you will observe how water moves throughout the environment and is affected by weather patterns. Then, you will utilize this information and yourÂ eScienceÂ lab kit to complete Demonstration 1and Experiment 1 on theÂ Week Five Lab Reporting Form.Â Make sure to complete all of the following items before submission:

1. Read through the introductory material.
2. Perform Demonstration 1: Modeling the Water Cycle using yourÂ eScienceÂ lab manual and kit.Â
3. Answer Post Lab Questions 1 through 4 in complete sentences on the Week Five Lab Reporting Form.
4. Complete Experiment 1: Water Movement using yourÂ eScienceÂ lab manual and kit.
5. Answer Post Lab Questions 1 through 5 in complete sentences on the Week Five Lab Reporting Form.

Submit the Week Five Lab Reporting Form via Waypoint. The document does not need to include a title page or other APA formatting; however, if you utilize any outside sources in your answers you must reference these sources in proper APA format as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.Â

Carefully review theÂ Grading RubricÂ for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your lab assignment.

Lab 5 â€“ Weather and Climate Change
Lab 5 - Demonstration 1: Modeling the Water Cycle
In this experiment you will observe how entrapped water moves from land to the atmosphere and
determine how weather conditions affect this movement. POST-LAB QUESTIONS
1. Which water cycle processes are represented in this model, and what component of the
model represents that process?
2. Which processes are not represented? Propose a change to the model in which two of
these processes would be included.
3. How would the processes in question 1 be altered by an increase or decrease in
temperature?
In this experiment, you will observe how entrapped water moves from land to the atmosphere
and determine how weather conditions affect this movement.
POST-LAB QUESTIONS 1. Develop a hypothesis predicting the effect of sunlight on evaporation. Hypothesis = Sample
Sunny
Location
Location Table 1: Infiltration Observations
Observations at 1 Hour
Observations at 12 Hours 2. Would you reject or accept your hypothesis? Why? Accept/reject = 3. What parts of the water cycle are represented in this experiment? Answer = 4. How would adding more sand to the bag affect the amount of water vapor released? Â© eScience Labs, 2016 Answer = 5. As a period of drought begins, how would infiltration and condensation change
initially? What would happen to these two processes as the drought continues over
Any sources utilized should be listed here. Â© eScience Labs, 2016

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