Hydrological cycle - Definition, glossary, details

Hydrological cycle refers to the movement of water in various forms within different spheres of the earth surface. It plays an important role in determining the climate through its influence on vegetation, types of soil formed, soil moisture, clouds, snow and ice. The hydrological cycle is also responsible for transport of heat from lower latitudes to mid latitudes.

Other Terms

Hydrocarbons Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) Hydrates
Halocarbons

Power Plant CCS - Glossary

Free PowerplantCCS Newsletter in Your Email

Get regular updates and insights on the trends and breakthroughs in the power plant CCS industry! Register now. It's Free.