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Re: Winter on the Amazon

In a message dated 8/21/00 10:56:16 PM Mountain Daylight Time, 
kutty@earthlink.net writes:

>  From right under the clouds.  Convection does not have to originate from 
> sea.  Amazon is like a big wet sponge.  

If the precipitation during the rainy seaxon will elevate the waterline as 
much as 70 feet in some places, there's no way the rain originates from 
evaporation within the Amazon region itself.  It has to come from somewhere 
else, otherwise it would have drianed itself dry eons ago.

Bob Dixon

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