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Q: The heat island effect in cities creates convection cells (Points : 1) by drawing in cool moist air from the suburbs. from cool concrete, which conducts heat from the Earth.
which are usually too small to affect temperature. which result in less rain falling in cities than in the surrounding areas. which do not affect the weather in any way that can be measured.
A: The heat island effect in cities creates convection cells by drawing in cool moist air from the suburbs from cool concrete, which are usually too small to affect temperature.
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