The movement of water in the cycle also can move contamination through each of the spheres. Relating water flow to geographic and topographic landforms and/or features leads to an understanding of where water flows and how it moves through the different spheres. Topographic and aerial maps (can be virtual) can be used to identify drainage patterns and watersheds that contribute to the cycling of water. Lab investigations or technology can be used to simulate different segments of the hydrologic cycle.
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