Why is the water cycle a closed cycle?
The water cycle is a closed system because new water is never added to the earth or its atmosphere, nor is water ever removed.
Is the water cycle a circle?
The water cycle is often taught as a simple circular cycle of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.
Is the water cycle a open system?
The global hydrological cycle is the circulation of water around the earth. It is a closed system of linked processes so there are no external inputs or outputs. For this reason, the amount of global water is finite and constant.
- Why is the water cycle a closed cycle?
- Is the water cycle a circle?
- Is the water cycle a open system?
- Is the water cycle a closed system?
- What is water in a closed system?
- Is water a closed system on Earth?
- Why is the hydrological cycle a closed system and the drainage basin cycle an open system?
- How do soils and rock type influence the amount and rate of infiltration in a drainage basin?
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- What is surface storage in geography?
- What is the inter relationship between interception and overland flow?
- How does interception affect the drainage basin?
- What is meant by inputs and outputs in a drainage basin?
- How does climate influence drainage density?
- What is soil moisture storage in geography?
- Which component of a river system is also called a drainage basin?
- What is drainage density in geography?
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- What is meant by watershed area or catchment area?
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