water cycle - ground through precipitation The...

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The water cycle never starts and never ends. The water just keeps going in a continuous cycle and never stops and none of the water is ever lost. The water evaporates and transpires from plants and soil. The vapour, which is a form of gas, rises higher up, where cooler air makes it condense into clouds. The clouds collide, and the water falls to the
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Unformatted text preview: ground through precipitation. The precipitation goes back into the oceans and ground and becomes surface runoff. Some of the runoff goes into lakes, rivers and oceans but most of the runoff seeps through the ground into rocks which absorb and keep them in huge amounts for a very long time. The water gets evaporated again and the cycle starts again....
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