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The temperature of the Earth's atmosphere, its oceans and landmasses is increasing day by day.

In the sentence, can I omit the word 'its' before 'oceans and landmasses'?

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anonymousIn the sentence, can I omit the word 'its' before 'oceans and landmasses'?

The sentence is better if you remove the possessive pronoun. The possessive noun applies to each noun in the series.

the Earth's atmosphere, oceans and landmasses = The earth's atmosphere, the Earth's  oceans and the Earth's landmasses
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Yes, you can omit its

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