i think it matters for what they prefer. but i think they would want to swim in cooler water because it feels better to swim in cold. like i mean when your swimming hard it feels good.
Olympic swimmers could not swim fast in warm water especially for the longer distance races as they would soon overheat themselves. I don't know the exact tempratures but the water would have to be under body heat.
most swimmers prefer colder water because not only does warmer water make swimmers drowsy but it also heats the swimmers up, making it very uncomfortable to swim long distances. Cold water, because of its coldness is refreshing and also gives the body a jump start. It's proven to have made swimmers faster.
Well what ever the outdoor temp is say its 28 degrees outside it has to be 30 inside the centre and than add 1-2 degrees on to that so 31-32degrees will b in the pool. 28-33 degrees is the norm. Believe it or not coming from a national/world champion swimmer we do train in different pool temps to get the blood pumping. warmer water is normal for sprints and the normal 28-33 degrees is training and sprints. but normally its in the 28-33 degree pool
Water evaporates faster on a warmer day
Water would be slightly cooler due to the cold air
There is no real answer for this... it's a 'man thing'.
Danios normally live in warmer water but are also excellent swimmers in cold water
Its typically cooler outside at night, so the temperature in water sems warmer in comparison
It is very hard to change the temperature of the water. The water would be cooler in the summer than the land, since the sun doesn't effect it that much and it's warmer in the winter since the cold doesn't change it that much.
the warmer water vapour touches the inner cooler surface , loses heat and condense into water droplet
to keep the properties of water which that the cooler water go up and the warmer go down
Yes, cooler water will have a slower development that warmer water.
Water and land affect climate because when the temperatures of the land increase and decrease faster then the water's temperature, so air over the land is warmer in day and cooler in the night and the air over the water is cooler in the day and warmer in the night so the cooler air flows over to the warmer air causing the warmer air to rise, that is also called either a land or sea breeze (That matters whether it is day or night).
Of course. Fresh water floats on salt water, warmer water floats on cooler water, and ice floats on any water.
Cities are warmer than the areas immediately around them. Water is a great heat sink. Winds going over water can take the warmer air in winter and push it over that nearby land, thus warming the associated land. The reverse happens in summer. The air moving over cooler water is cooled and transfers that cooler air over the downwind land.
No. Condensation will occur when they air gets cooler.
Depends what the land temperature is. Since the ocean is such a large mass of water, its temperature remains relatively constant throughout the year. Therefore, in winter it will be slightly warmer and in summer it will be slightly cooler at the beach.
Warmer in cold weather, cooler in hot weather. The mass of water warms up slowly, cools off slowly.
because reykjavik is located closer to water and water moderates its climate
because the water should not open our mouth
This habit doesn't exist strictly among olympic swimmers; many competitive swimmers splash or feel the water before a race. Some may use the water to adjust goggles or caps, others prefer to wet themselves in order to prepare for the temperature difference (competition pools must be between 25-28 °C (77-82 °F)).
Water is slower to absorb and release heat than the surrounding area. That is why water is typically cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. A lot of this also depends on the geogrpahy of the area.
Water moderate air temperature by absorbing heat from air that is warmer, and releasing the stored heat to air that is cooler.
When a liquid turns into a gas, the water is at first warmer than the air around it causing it to rise. Since the air is cooler up high, the water molecules start to cool and condensate.
Because it is in contact with something colder. When a warmer body is in contact with a cold body, the warmer one will give off heat to the cold one. This cools the warmer one and warms the cooler one.