The Hydrological Cycle


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What is The Hydrological Cycle?
It is the cycle of the movement of water in a river basin.
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What is Groundwater Flow?
The movement of water underground through rocks.
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What is Through Flow?
The movement of water through soil.
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What is Interception?
The collection of water by vegetation.
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What is Transpiration?
The loss of moisture from plants.
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What is Precipitation?
Water or moisture that falls from the atmosphere.
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What is Evaporation?
When water turns into water vapour.
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What is Surface Runoff?
All water flowing on the earth's surface.
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What is Condensation?
The forming of clouds.
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What is Infiltration?
The seeping of water into the soil.
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What is Groundwater Storage?
The storage of water underground.
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