Wesleys Water cycle 2
Updated: 2/3/2020
Wesleys Water cycle 2
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  • Water drops form in clouds, which then fall to Earth as rain or snow.
  • The rain or snow become runoff, which flows into rivers, the oceans, and into the ground. Some ice evaporates directly into the air, skipping the melting phase (sublimation).
  • Rainfall on land flows downhill as runoff, providing water to lakes, rivers, and the oceans.
  • Some rain soaks into the ground, as infiltration, and, if deep enough, becomes groundwater.
  • Water moves underground because of gravity and pressure.
  • Groundwater close to the land surface is taken up by plants.
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