Global warming may cause water cycle to

remain normal
become more extreme
none of the above



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    How the water cycle will respond to global warming is based on the physics of water vapor in the air. When the atmosphere is warm, it can hold alot more water vapor than a cold atmosphere can. Including other factors such as winds and cloudiness, the instensification of the water cycle can be as much as 7% per degree of global warming. This can lead to more intense droughts in some regions and stronger rainfall in others (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2007).

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