Ice to Steam: Changing States of Matter by Penny Johnson

By Penny Johnson

Discusses Solids, drinks, And Gases, altering States Of subject, Water, And the elements And Evaporation.

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Carol Baldwin. Raintree, 2006. States of Matter. Robert Snedden. Heinemann, 2007. States of Matter: Gases, Liquids, and Solids. Krista West. Chelsea House, 2007. S. Environmental Protection Agency. This site provides more information on climate change. It also contains an animation showing the water cycle. Volcanoes. Michael Woods. Lerner, 2007. html USGS Water Science for schools. This site offers information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and interactive activities.

Icebergs The sea near the North Pole is covered in floating ice. The land at the South Pole is also covered in ice. Sometimes lumps of this ice break off and float away. Floating pieces of ice are called icebergs. TITANIC DISASTER 40 Most of an iceber g is under wa t e r. This makes it h a r d to tell the size of an iceber g b y w h a t w e see. The passenger ship T i t a n i c h i t t h e u n d e r w a t e r p a r t o f a n i c e b e r g in 1912. The ice tor e a hole in the ship, and it sank. About 1,500 people died.

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