How does air temperature affect water temperature?
Air temperature greatly affects water temperature. When the sun is strong, it increases the temperature of the air and water. On the other hand, when the sun is less intense, the temperature of the air and water decreases.
How does temperature affect humity? The mount of water vapor that air can hold depends on the temperature of the air.
Water and land can affect the temperature
The warmer the temperature, the more water vapor in the air. The colder the temperature, the less water vapor in the air.
The higher temperature, the more water vapor the air can hold.
The higher the temperature the more water vapor air can hold.
it affect ocean water because if the air is warm the air can go pass the water and it can make water temperature high
The hotter the temperature gets the more water air holds. Then when the air gets to much water condensity it starts to rain.
Three factors that affect air pressure are temperature, altitude, and water vapor.
Evaporation increase with the increase of temperature.
The water temperature modifies the air temperature near it.
temperature, water vapor, and elevation.
ya ,air tempr ll affect the soil tempr It is not quite that simple. Yes, air temperature will affect soil, but the type of soil and surface above it will play a big role. As temperature increases, it also impacts the movement of water within the soil via evaporation.
The temperature of the ball does not affect the surrounding/outside air, but it does affect the air inside the ball.
Warmer air can hold more water vapor than colder air.
It is the actual measurement of water vapor in the air. Air temperature does not affect or come into issue for this measurement.
The Sun's energy powers the water cycle. Temperature, air movement, and how much water vapor is in the air affect how quickly water evaporates and condenses. Because land feature affect temperature, they affect the water cycle too. When wind blows moist air up one side of a mountain, clouds form there. More precipitation falls there than on the other side of the mountain.
By using the sun rays to calibrate the amount of water if the temperature affects the water cycle then it affects the whole world.
Water vapor in atmosphere affects the temperature. The water vapor is either hot or cold. If it is hot and evaporates in great quantities into the air then the air around the water vapor will heat up thus affecting the temperature. The same goes for water.
If air is evacuated from a closed container of water how will this affect the boiling point of water?
it lowers the boiling pt temperature
Bodies of water affect temperature because they heat up and cool down more slowly than air. This gives large bodies of water a moderating effect on temperatures.
Altitude does indeed affect air temperature. The higher the altitude the cooler the temperature in the surrounding area will be.
Warmer air has higher saturation mixing ratios then cold air does. So therefore because of this 100% humidity in cold air is not 100% humidity in warmer air. The warmer the temperature, the more water vapor in the air. The colder the temperature, the less water vapor in the air.
Temperature will decrease air density.
Because the amount of moisture in the air determines the local weather.
Water vapor in cool air condenses into tiny droplets of water, forming clouds.
Water vapor in the cool air condenses in to tiny droplets of water, forming clouds.
Warm air absorbs more water vapour evaporated from the oceans. As the warm air cools, it can't carry as much water vapour, so it rains.
As water depth increases, water temperature decreases. Depth does not affect temperature by a wide scale, but temperature is affected.
There is a direct relationship between the temperature at which water boils and the air pressure on it. Higher pressure, higher boiling point. Lower pressure, lower boiling point.
Diffusion of heat from land is quicker than water. thus temperature of air on land flactutes faster than in the ocean.
Temperature has not affect on the speed of sound.
Pretty sure it's the amount of water vapor in the air, and the dewpoint temperature.
no probably because water and air combine to make rust
Evaporation is the transformation of a liquid in a gas at a temperature under the boiling point.
Humidity is the air's ability to absorb water and the amount of water vapor in the air. Temperature and season can affect humidity.
Water evaporates when there is warm temperature around. Hot air is less dense than cold air, which means that it's not crowded together as much. Also hot air rises when cold air sinks. Hot air also moves more.
The speed of sound is affected by the medium air, water, or metal and the temperature, but not the air pressure.
Water cools the temperature.
Does the room temperature affect the boiling point in water
Temperature will affect the strength of air particle interactions (an elastic property). The lower the temperature, the easier it is for the sound to travel through the air.
temperature and the amount of water vapor in the sky.. along with air pressure
it affect how much water can be evaporated into the air
If the soil is hot heat rises and the air near and around the soil will rise to affect the other particiles of air.
The temperature of ocean water can be affected by the depth. The deeper it gets, the colder the temperature. The current also can affect the temperature of ocean water.
temperature (heat), volume, water vapor, and altitude (how high or low it is) all affect air pressure