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The hydrosphere includes all the water on Earth. The hydrosphere interacts with the geosphere when rain falls, rocks move, or water changes the form of rocks. The hydrosphere interacts with the atmosphere when clouds form or bodies of water change the weather. The hydrosphere interacts with the biosphere when plants and animals use water to get food and other things they need to live.