How are trees helpful in the process of water cycle?
Asked by kulvinderraju876th March 2019, 6:03 PM
Answered by Expert
The role of trees in the water cycle is to add water to the atmosphere through the process of transpiration. During this process, the plants release water from their leaves. This moisture contributes to the formation of rain clouds, which release the water back onto the Earth's surface.
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