alexa Warming is accelerating global water cycle

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Warming is accelerating global water cycle

Fresh water evaporates from the oceans, rains out over land and then runs back into the seas. Global warming has been speeding up this hydrological cycle recently, a change that could lead to more violent storms. It could also alter where precipitation falls — drying temperate areas, those places where most people now live. With climate warming, long-frozen stores of water — glaciers and permafrost — could be gushing into the seas from regions largely out of humanity’s view.

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