Channel- the bed of a steam or river

Hydrosphere- the water on the surrounding the surface of the globe

Pore Spaces-tiny holes in rocks that allow water to pentrate it

Reservior-a natural or a artificial place where water is collected and stored for use

Erosional-when the earth is worn away by water, glaciers, winds, waves, and many other things

Sinkholes-the natural depression in a land surface Subterranean-exist or are situated or operate below the surface the surface of the surface

Precipitation-hurry in movement

Groundwater-the water beneath the surface of the ground

Evaporate-to change its phase of matter from liquid to solid or liquid to gas

Impervious-not able to pass through solid objects

Belt of Soil Moisture-the zone where water

Infiltration- the movement of surface water into rock or soil through cracks or pores spaces

Transpiration- when plants release water vapor into the atmosphere

Zone of Saturation-the zone where the all open spaces in sediments and rock are filled with water

Water Table-the upper level of the saturated zone of the groundwater

Capillary Fringe-a very small zone that lies at the base of the zone of areation

Surface Tension- the rubber force that exist on the earth's surface

Zone of Aeration-the zone that is right above the water table where openings are in the soil, sediment, and the rock aren't saturated but are filled with some air

Topography- charting the features of a specific area

Permeability- how fast the flow of a liquid or gases through certain materials

Gaining Streams-the gaining of water through a inflow of groundwater through the stream bed

Losing Streams-streams tat lose water due to the outflow of its groundwater

Saturated Zone-zone that is composed of groundwater and is underneath the water table