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15 July, 11:13

The lateral movement of water through the soil is called: a) Interflow b) Throughflow c) Groundwater d) None of the above e) Both A) and B)

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  1. 15 July, 12:19
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    The correct option is : a) Interflow

    Explanation:

    Soil is a component of the Earth's ecosystem and is defined as a mixture of organic matter, living organisms, minerals, liquids and gases. Soil is needed to support life on Earth. The soil on the Earth's surface is called the pedosphere.

    Soil can process and hold a considerable amount of water in it. The lateral movement of water through the particles of soil is known as through flow or interflow.
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