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What would happen if there was no condensation stage in the water cycle?

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  1. taramgrant0543664
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    Well condensation is the process of water vapour turning into liquid if this stage does not occur then there is no rain. But the other portion of the water cycle will still continue evaporating water. Over time lakes and rivers dry up the Earth would most likely be a desert and water would become scarce. After the evapouration process takes a certain amount of water then plants and animals will die off. The water cycle especially the condensation portion is vital to our and the planets survival

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