Why does water boil faster(at lower temperature) in higher elevations?

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Why does water boil faster(at lower temperature) in higher elevations?

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The higher elevation has less air pressure. That means less force applied to keep the water from expanding into steam. Which means it can boil at a lower temperature. So now you know how to make a survivalists altitude meter. Measure the temperature that your campfire water boils contrasted with the temperature water boils at sea level and then calculate from that your elevation.