Why is the water cycle important?
The hydrologic cycle is important because it is how water reaches plants, animals and us! Besides providing people, animals and plants with water, it also moves things like nutrients, pathogens and sediment in and out of aquatic ecosystems.
What are the effects of water cycle?
Increased risk of flooding. Higher rates of erosion on stream and riverbanks. Increased water temperature in streams, rivers and lakes. Impacts to fish and other animals living in water.
How does the water cycle affect humans?
Purposefully changing water cycle :
We pull water out of the ground in order to use it. We change the flow of water using irrigation. We dam lakes and rivers for electricity and to create manmade lakes and ponds. The Colorado River in the US no longer reaches the ocean at times because humans have altered it so much.
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