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Climate change will make most countries much wetter. Here's why

The water cycle has been intensifying because of rising temperatures. Image: Unsplash/Nguyen Kiet

Mathew Barlow

Professor of Climate Science, University of Massachusetts Lowell

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The water cycle is intensifying in many areas as the planet warms, particularly in the higher latitudes. Image: IPCC Sixth Assessment Report

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