What Are the Stages of the Water Cycle?


The stages of water cycle include evaporation, transportation, condensation, precipitation, groundwater and run-off. These are the stages through which water moves from its source in form of evaporation and condenses in the atmosphere, later coming down in form of rain.
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The water cycle is made up of four parts. Those parts are evaporation (from heat), condensation (from cold), precipitation and collection.
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