Change in temperature changes the state of the water. If the temperature is below 0 degree celsius (the freezing point) the water solidifies into ice and when the temperature is above 100 degree celsius (the boiling point), the water evaporates into gaseous state.
A change in temperature changes the state.
Freezing water turns it to a solid and boiling water turns it to a gas. So the answer would be simple a change of temperature makes water change from one state to another.
The pressure of the particles, and pickles are awesome!
It is the ocean and seas