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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