chapter nine review

chapter nine review - CHAPTER NINE Hydrological cycle

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CHAPTER NINE Hydrological cycle Evaporation/transpiration TO cloud formation TO atmospheric advection of water vapor TO precipitation TO run off TO groundwater Water budget -precip = actet (potet – defic) + surpl + change strge ( precipitation = actual evapotranspiration (potential evapotranspiration – deficit) + surplus + change in soil moisture storage ) -moisture supply (rain, snow etc) = actual moisture demand (moisture demand – moisture shortage) + moisture over-supply + moisture savings how does the water budge relate to soil moisture soil moisture is the volume of water stored in the soil that is accessible to roots how does the water budget relater to water resources potential evapotranspiration the amount of water that would evaporate and transpire under perfect moisture conditions when adequate precipitation and adequate soil-moisture supply occur actual evapotranspiration the amount of water evapo(net movement of free water molecules away from a wet surface into the air that’s less saturated)—transpiration (cooling mechanism
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