Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a corn sweat


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The climate changes as a result of many factors. Remember that these plants also consume CO2 as they grow. And then release CO2 back to the environment when they are consumed. 

CHICAGO (AP) — The Midwest’s first dangerous bout of heat and humidity this summer is partly to blame on the moisture piped out of the ground and into the atmosphere by the increasing acreage of corn crops reaching peak maturity, meteorologists and atmospheric researchers say.

Source: Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a corn sweat

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