The Process of the Water Cycle in a Tropical Forest
The roots of the plants take up water from the ground. Once the water heats up the water evaporates into forms of clouds to make the next days rain.
The role on Tropical Forest
The role of the tropical forest in the water cycle is to add water to the Earths atmosphere thru the process of the water cycle. The tropical forest is one of the main sources to make up the water cycle.
Tropical Forest Vegetation Level
- The tropical Forest has dense vegetation. From ground level up these levels of vegetation are:
- Shrub Layer
- Under Canopy