Water cycle-hydrological cycle, Biology

Water Cycle (Hydrological Cycle)

The movement of water on the earth is continuous and forms many complex inter-related loops (Figure shown below). Cycling of water involves atmosphere, sea, earth and the entire living biota. The circulaticn of water is highly dynamic and global in extent. However, for the sake of convenience it is divided into different categories:

  • Precipitation
  • Run off
  • Sublimation
  • Evaporation
  • Transpiration

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