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The maximum evapotranspiration that could take place given an unlimited supply of moisture.
The process involved or the water that is transferred in solid or liquid form from the atmosphere to the Earth’s surface.
When used in connection with the water cycle, this is a part of the hydrosphere that stores water temporarily. Also a means of artificial water storage.
A wedge of seawater under fresh groundwater near a coastline, caused by excessive groundwater extraction.
Surface water with a high TDS; this is seawater in the oceans and some lakes.
The accumulation of salts in the soil that may occur with irrigated agriculture.
The process by which plants draw water from the soil and transfer it to their leaves, from which it evaporates through pores in the leaf system.