By: Ajani Mckay & Kavon Robinson
Tropical Forest and the Water Cycle
Transpiration plays a big role in the water cycle for the Tropical Forest because Transpiration is when water from the forest's tree's evaporates into the air and then the evaporated water turns into water vapor and water vapor condenses into clouds and when clouds get to heavy then its rains causing Precipitation.
The Importance of a Tropical Forest
Rainforests are being cut down due to deforestation and this might affect the water budget because of transpiration from the tree's. If the water from the trees and plants ( Soil) doesn't evaporate into the air and goes through the whole process of the water cycle then this could affect the water budget by there being a lower amount of water getting distributed into the 5 oceans.