How is earths air pressure different from seas air pressure?
It is different in that the seas don't have air pressure. No air; no air pressure.
Air pressure and changes in air pressure is a major component in weather.
the air pressure increases
Different air pressure, so there is more/less air resistance.
earths average air pressure is 1013mb where as mars average air pressure is 7mb
The weight of the air on the earth is called... Air Pressure
Yes. Atmospheric pressure is the pressure caused by air when it exerts pressure on the surface of earth.
Air pressure toward regions of lower air pressure
Air moves from high pressure areas to low pressure areas because high pressure is cold and it becomes heavier as it decends to the earths surface whereas low pressure is warm and is further away from the earths surface creating less pressure on the earths surface.It is like a continious cycle.
why is air pressure different in the different layers of theatmosphere?
why is air pressure different in the different layers of the atmosphere
Do currents of cold sinking air produce regions of higher pressure or lower pressure at the earths surface?
Sinking air would add air to the surface, raising the pressure.
by the earths gravitational pull the barometer can measure the amount of air pressure in the air, also because of carbons gases
The measure of force with which air molecules are pushing on earths surface is called air pressure. At sea level, at what we call standard atmospheric pressure, the pressure is about 14.696 PSI, or about 29.92 inHg, or about 760 mmHg. This is 101.324
the lowest air pressure is located in the highest place. therefore the summit of mount Everest has the lowest air pressure on the earths surface.
Air pressure is the weight of all the air above where you are measuring at. And at the surface ALL of the air is above you. (Actually, if you go down a deep hole then the pressure does go up.)
Atmospheric pressure is caused by the force of the air above the earths surface. It is measured by the point in which the air meets the atmosphere.
Judging by the fact that it is the closest to outer space, which has no air pressure at all, I believe it's the exosphere.
1013.25 mb is the standard.
weak and strong,it depends
Air pressure is caused by the weight of the atmosphere above an object. When one goes higher, there is less air above and so the pressure drops.
Pressure is the weight of an overlying column of material. The pressure at the core comes from 6400km of overlying rock, which is much denser than air
it decrease and it is globel warming
summit of Mt Qomolangma (aka Everest)
Air pressure is the weight of the air above a given point. This changes everyday at the surface and is different at different locations....Also, the pressure falls as you go upward into the atmosphere.
As air pressure increases temperature decreases and as air pressure decreases temperature increases.
The pressure inside the bag is the same as the pressure outside.
Low pressure systems form under areas of wind divergence which occur in upper levels of the troposphere.
Air pressure is always greater nearer the earth surface than at altitude due to the mass of air above.
tire air pressure is written on the side of all tires look for it tires have different pressures for different sizes
The higher you go in altitude, the less air pressure there is because of the molecules in the air.
Its the air pressure.
three kinds of air pressure are the temperature,water vapor, and elevation.
That depends what property of air you want to measure: its mass, pressure, percentage of the different gases, etc. That depends what property of air you want to measure: its mass, pressure, percentage of the different gases, etc. That depends what property of air you want to measure: its mass, pressure, percentage of the different gases, etc. That depends what property of air you want to measure: its mass, pressure, percentage of the different gases… Read More
Isobars connect areas with the same air pressure. So different isobars have different levels of air pressure.
hot air causes a low pressure system, cold air then rushes towards this low pressure system to equalise the earths atmosphere. the unequal heating causes unequal pressure systems and air moves to and from those pressure systems.
In simple terms... gravity ! Gravity is holding the air close to the surface of the Earth. The further away you are from the surface - the lower the gravity - and thus the lower the air pressure.
Different places have different elevation, and different elevations have different air pressure. It is the ambient air pressure which affects the boiling point of water. Air presses down on water, making it harder for the water to form bubbles. Less pressure produces a lower boiling point. More pressure produces a higher boiling point.
the weight of the air pressing down on the earths surface is known as air pressure.this pressure is measured using a barometer
their density decreases as you go up
Air pressure Gradient
does air pressure affect the distance a soccer ball travels
It would be a different air pressure for different locations and different days at the same location. Just as the barometer (instrument that measures air pressure) changes from day to day at ground level, it also changes at elevations above ground.
Atmospheric pressure is the weight of the air or the pressure exerted onto the Earth by the air. Pressure changes can lead to different weather patterns.
Atmospheric pressure is caused by the weight of the air in the earths atmosphere that is above you. At sea level this pressure is said to be 1 bar or one atmosphere. Now, as you go up a mountain there is less air above you and thus the atmospheric pressure is less and the pressure you experience because of your altitude is said to be your local atmospheric pressure. However, the earths atmosphere is heated… Read More
it depends on air pressure and where is place located (tropical-hot climate etc
No. An airplane with weak, medium, or strong engines flies slow, medium, or fast through the air, and the air is keeping up with the Earth's rotation.
As you go up, the less air their is above you pressing down. So the pressure decreases as you go up.