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Problem 11CQ

In very humid climates where there are numerous bodies of water, such as in Florida, it is unusual for temperatures to rise above about 35ºC(95ºF) . In deserts, however, temperatures can rise far above this. Explain how the evaporation of water helps limit high temperatures in humid climates.

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Solution 11CQ

Evaporation is the process through which water vapor enters the atmosphere and affects a lot to the climatic condition of a region.

The amount of water vapor in atmosphere operates the availability of latent energy...

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