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Does water heat up and cool down, faster of slower than land? I can't remember :S

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    Water heats more slowly than land.

    Orchards grow well, for instance, near much of the Great Lakes region because in summer, it's not as cold as inland. In winter, it's a littler warmer than inland.

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