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how does the earth's four subsystems (lithosphere, hydrosphere, biospehere, atmosphere) interact with one another?

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    Through nature. The atmosphere rains, and it goes into the hydrosphere. Animals on the biosphere drink the water from the hydrosphere. And the lithosphere is what the lithosphere, hydrosphere,and biospehere is standing on. :D

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