Contoh Explanation Text The Process of Rain
Water in the earth is kept in many places like the ocean, the ocean, the river and the lake. But don't be wrong, the plants leaves and the land also kept water. Each day, this water will evaporate with help of the sun. The process where water evaporatesfrom plants is called transpiration. Afterwards the vapour will experience the process of condensation where the vapour will condense and turn into a cloud. The form of the cloud always changes according to weather conditions.The clouds will move to different locations with the help of wind that bellows vertically or horizontally. The movement of the vertical wind results in the cloud forming big 'lumps'.After that, the wind increases the size of the cloud and each cloud will overlap. Finally the cloud will reach the atmosphere that has a lower temperature. Here the particles of water and ice is formed. Eventually, the wind can not support the weight of the cloud and so the cloud that is full with water will experience a process called precipitation or the process where rain or hail falls toearth.
Contoh Explanation TextWhy
Summer Daylight is Longger than Winter Daylight
In the summer, the amount of daylight that we get is more than we get in winter. This is not because as much people think we are closer to the sun but because of the tilt of the earth.The earth is actually closer to the sun in winter than it is in summer but you would beforgiven for thinking that this can not be true after looking out of your window on a cold andfrosty morning.It seems strange that as the earth get closer to the sun during its orbit then the amount of daylight that we get decrease. But that is the case. It is the tilt of the earth that determine theamount of daylight that we get and so the length of time that for us the sun is above the horizon.
Contoh Explanation Text Tsunami
The term of tsunami´ comes from the Japanese which means harbour ("tsu") and wave("nami"). A tsunami is a series of waves generated when water in a lake or the sea israpidly displaced on a massive scale.A tsunami can be generated when the sea floor abruptly deforms and vertically displaces theoverlying water. Such large vertical movements of the earth's crust can occur at plate boundaries.Subduction of earthquakes are particularly effective in generating tsunamis, and occur wheredenser oceanic plates slip under continental plates.As the displaced water mass moves under the influence of gravity to regain its equilibrium, itradiates across the ocean like ripples on a pond.Tsunami always bring great damage. Most of the damage is caused by the huge mass of water behind the initial wave front, as the height of the sea keeps rising fast and floods powerfullyinto the coastal area.