Trees take water from the soil and lose it by transpiration. This implies that in a forest, trees will reduce groundwater by losing it in transpiration.Do yoy agree? Give reasons.

Dear student,
Trees take water from soil and transpire it into the atmosphere thus reducing ground water but ultimately the ground water is replenished through raining. So, the water lost from underground returns back through water cycle which operates every time. Therefore ground water will not vanish rather it may take time to replenish.

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