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A scientist observes an increase in the rate at which water moves from the hydrosphere to the atmosphere at a particular location. Which of these conclusions about the location is most likely to be
correct? It is turning hotter. It is turning humid. Its rivers are turning salty. Its atmospheric pressure is increasing.
A scientist observes an increase in the rate at which water moves from the hydrosphere to the atmosphere at a particular location. Which of these conclusions about the location is most likely to be correct? b. It is turning humid.
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