The Hydrological Cycle

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The Hydrological Cycle

The hydrological cycle shows how water moves around from the sea land and atmosphere.

This Cycle is a closed system meaning there are no inputs or outputs (the water flows in a cycle).

1) The water evaporates (heats and turns from a liquid to water vapour). This can happen in plants by a process of transpiration.

2) The water vapour is then blown over land by the wind.

3) The water vapour then condenses to form clouds which become


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