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The hydrologic cycle is a conceptual model that describes the storage and movement of water between the biosphere, atmosphere, lithosphere, and the hydrosphere. Water on our planet can be stored in any one of the following major reservoirs: atmosphere, oceans, lakes, rivers, soils, glaciers, snowfields, and groundwater.
Water moves from one reservoir to another by way of processes like evaporation, condensation, precipitation, deposition, runoff, infiltration, sublimation, transpiration, melting, and groundwater flow.
Related Journals of Hydrologic Cycle
Forest Research: Open Access, International Journal of Waste Resources, Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal, Oceanography: Open Access, Hydrological Processes, Hydrological Sciences Journal, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering-ASCE, Hydro Delft.