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In recent years the relative humidity over land has been falling, a trend that may increase in the future, even as the atmosphere sucks up more water vapor.
Even stranger, this fall in relative humidity may be mediated by plants, which have already changed their physiology in response to our newly high-CO2 world.
When exposed to high temperaturesand humidity (185 degrees Fahrenheit and 85 percent relative humidity) for six weeks, the cells continued to produce electricity at consistent levels.
If Giancarlo Stanton hit that ball on a 70-degree day, at sea level, with no wind and 50 percent relative humidity, then Nathan's calculations show the ball will travel 492 feet.
Mold can develop when the relative humidity exceeds about 60 percent, Keller said.
That’s because if the air over the desert of the Great Basin becomes warmer, its relative humidity will decrease.
As the air warms, its relative humidity drops, sometimes to less than 20% or even less than 10%.
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