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Hydrologic Cycle and the Influence It Has 1 Hydrologic Cycle and the Influence It Has Lisa Phillips Earth Science PHSC 1001-1 Dr. Gabriel Clay Walden University November 14, 2009
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Hydrologic Cycle and the Influence It Has 2 The hydrologic cycle, also known as the water cycle, is the description of the transportation of water. The definition of the hydrologic cycle is “the sequence of conditions through which water passes from vapor in the atmosphere through precipitation upon land or water surfaces and ultimately back into the atmosphere as a result of evaporation and transportation” (The Merriam-Webster Dictionary, 2004). The influence that this cycle has on other natural disasters and bodies of water is amazing. There is an interrelationship between the hydrologic cycle, landslides, floods, and streams. Landslides can be influence to occur by another natural disaster like an earthquake. An earthquake occurring around mountain ranges can cause a landslide. In return, the landslide can block the flow of rivers, causing a flood. This one disaster can influence two more to occur. Gravity and the effects of water will also influence landslides. The higher the slope makes it
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course PHSC 1001 taught by Professor Gabrielclay during the Fall '09 term at Walden University.

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