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  • Komal

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    January 17, 2024 at 5:46 pm
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    1. Evaporation: Heat causes water to turn into vapor and rise into the atmosphere.
    2. Condensation: Water vapor cools and forms clouds.
    3. Precipitation: Water droplets in clouds combine and fall back to the Earth’s surface as rain, snow, sleet, or hail.
    4. Runoff: Precipitation either seeps into the ground as groundwater or flows over the land as surface runoff, eventually returning to water bodies.
    5. Transpiration: Plants release water vapor into the atmosphere through their leaves.

    The labeled diagram shows arrows indicating the movement of water from the water bodies to the atmosphere (evaporation), the formation of clouds (condensation), the downward movement of precipitation, and the return of water to the water bodies through runoff. It also includes arrows representing water vapor released by plants (transpiration).

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