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Re: 45 MYA Redwoods Found Near North Pole



David, I'm sure you're aware of this; the air leaves its water behind because it
is cooling as it rises.  As you point out, the process can be triggered by
either convective flow or physical obstructions to horizontal flow.

JimC

David Marjanovic wrote:

> : Air warms up and rises, leaving its water behind (tropical rain).
> ................., pushes it up, so it rises and loses its water. Therefore it
> rains much there, too.