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The Hydrological Cycle
Water doesn't come into or leave Earth ­ it's continuously cycled between the oceans
and the atmosphere, returning to the ocean when it falls as a form of precipitation.
This is known as the global hydrological cycle.
The global hydrological cycle is a closed system ­ there…

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Inputs Precipitation All the ways moisture leaves the atmosphere
Rain, hail, snow, dew and frost
Solar energy For evaporation
Storage Interception When some precipitation lands on some
vegetation or other structures, like buildings and concrete or tarmac surfaces, before it
reaches the soil. It creates a significant store of water…

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The Hydrological Cycle
Water doesn't come into or leave Earth ­ it's continuously cycled between the oceans
and the atmosphere, returning to the ocean when it falls as a form of precipitation.
This is known as the global hydrological cycle.
The global hydrological cycle is a closed system ­ there…

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Inputs Precipitation All the ways moisture leaves the atmosphere
Rain, hail, snow, dew and frost
Solar energy For evaporation
Storage Interception When some precipitation lands on some
vegetation or other structures, like buildings and concrete or tarmac surfaces, before it
reaches the soil. It creates a significant store of water…

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