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Figure 5. The water cycle represented at the scale of an individual watershed, from incoming precipitation (top) to the outlet of the stream at the bottom of the watershed (lower right). Arrows represent fluxes of water that can be transferred through the various stocks (places where water is at least temporarily stored). Streams can receive water via direct inputs of precipitation, runoff from the surface or (soil) subsurface as well as seepage from groundwater.
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