The hydrological cycle is the movement of water from the atmosphere, through the soils and rocks, into river channels and to the sea. An important part of this cycle is the atmosphere and that is dealt with by Meentemeyer in Chapter 4 of this book. In this chapter we concentrate on water in the vegetation canopy, in the soil, as groundwater, and in rivers.
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- The Hydrological Cycle and the Role of Water in Mediterranean Environments
John B. Thornes
- Springer New York