Explain the process involved in water cycle

Dear student The six main processes involved in the water cycle are :- 1)).Evaporation - is the process of water escaping from the surface of a body of water into the atmosphere. 2)).Condensation (Storage) - is the process by which water molecules gather from evaporated gas into stored water in clouds, or precipitation into collecting bodies of water 3)).Precipitation - is the process of collected water in the clouds returning to the earth's surface in rain, sleet, snow. 4)).Percolation (Infiltration) - is the process that allows water on the earth's surface to seep into the earth's crust and become ground water. 5)).Sublimation - is the process that allows solid water in the form of ice to escape as gas without turning into liquid water. 6)).Transpiration (Evapotranspiration) - is the process that allows water released from the process of photosynthesis in plants to be released into the environment. Regards

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Water cycle also called hydrologic cycle, cycle that involves the continuous circulation of water in the earth atmosphere system. Of the many processes involved in the water cycle the most important are evaporation, transportation, condensation, precipitation and run off
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