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Water . Section D. Hydrologic Cycle. Transport - The movement of water through the atmosphere. Precipitation - The transfer of water from the atmosphere to land. Rain, snow, hail, sleet, and freezing rain are discussed.

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Water

Section D

hydrologic cycle
Hydrologic Cycle
  • Transport -The movement of water through the atmosphere.
  • Precipitation - The transfer of water from the atmosphere to land. Rain, snow, hail, sleet, and freezing rain are discussed.
  • Groundwater - Water located below ground and how it returns to the surface.
  • Transpiration -Transfer of water to the atmosphere by plants and vegetation.
  • Runoff - Rivers, lakes, and streams transport water from land to the oceans. Too much rainfall can cause excess runoff, or flooding.
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Hydrologic Cycle
  • The Earth's Water Budget - The distribution of water among the oceans, land and atmosphere.
  • Evaporation - The transformation of water from a liquid into a gas, a process which humidifies the atmosphere.
  • Condensation - The transformation of water from a gas into a liquid, and the processes that lead to condensation.
  • Infiltration – Process of water “soaking” into the ground