How are the water cycle and climate related?
maybe because the the two of them have water and cycle
Ground Water is related to the water cycle because when it rains water will always find it's way to the ground, whether it's direct or from a river or a animals drinks water and pees it out, water usually always gets to the ground, so when ground water is in the ground, it evaporates and goes through the WATER CYCLE again!
Generally, cycle refers to a series of continuous, related events that happen over and over. Water cycle: a continuous series of related events in which water in the ground or in the ocean are heated by the sun and change into very small drops of liquid. These drops rise into the air or into the ocean as rain.
What changes might occur in the hydrological cycle were the climate is to warm or cool significantly?
If the climate becomes too warm, that could lead to an increase in the melting of the polar ice caps. This would make the hydrologic cycle increase for water, and make a lot of rain and evaporation. An increase in cooling would lead to the slower hydrologic cycle of the water, as it would stay frozen for longer periods.
The water cycle figures significantly in the maintenance of life and ecosystems on Earth. Even as water in each reservoir plays an important role, the water cycle brings added significance to the presence of water on our planet. By transferring water from one reservoir to another, the water cycle purifies water, replenishes the land with freshwater, and transports minerals to different parts of the globe. It is also involved in reshaping the geological features of…
Changes in the water cycle can bring ice ages and can higher and lower sea level because when earth had much cooler temperatures the water cycle was forced to stop cycling so now that the climate has changed the water cycle pumps up more water creating higher sea levels which also creates ice ages by bringing cold weather.