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What Is Evapotranspiration?

An integral part of the hydrological cycle, evapotranspiration includes the total water moved into the air from below.

What is Evapotranspiration?

The circulation of water between oceans, the land, the atmosphere, and the biosphere is one of the most important cycles on earth and is called the Sahara can survive for six to seven months without drinking water, as they make do with water in their food. Animals also tend to rest in the shade in the afternoon to avoid the sun and are active in mornings or evenings. In temperate Mediterranean regions, the summers are dry. Here, annuals grow and complete their cycle to avoid the dry summer. Some trees are deciduous, losing their leaves in summer. Evergreen trees have tough leaves with a special coating to prevent evaporation.

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