How would weather be different if you didn't have water on Earth?
your life will never be the same because without water you wont be Abel to grow food or survive without something to eat or drink
It depends since lots of humans now of course didnt exist back then. Most scientist say a meteorite hit the earth back then wiping out everything that lived on it. and under the earth is a tone of water so if its true that there was a meteorite then it probably made a huge whole fulled of water. Plus rain water. Most likely there was probably about 60% of water during the Jurassic Period when…
The rotation of the Earth, combined with the 23° tilt of its axis, means that heating and cooling occurs in different amounts on different areas of the planet. Further, land areas heat up and cool down faster than the seas do. Warm water tries to mix with cold water, creating currents; while warm air rises and picks up moisture, creating storms. The result is weather.
ummm maybe is not the right answer. the right answer is: Yes , weather does in fact affect earth in many ways , because think about it , if there was no precipitation , we wouldn't have very little water on Earth! Here's more examples , tornadoes , hurricanes , earthquakes , without them there wouldn't be so much fatal natural distructions on earth.My point is , we NEED weather.
Why do the oceans play such a large part in the water cycle when they are one of the many different bodies of water on earth?
The moon has no atmosphere, and whatever water it has are in the form of permanent ice at the bottom of craters that never see the sun, so the only "weather" the moon endures is "space weather" generated by the sun. Since there is no atmosphere, there is no wind and there are no clouds. Looking up from the moon, you will always see stars, even during the daytime (no blue sky, because there is…
The answer is actually embedded in the question. The craters of the moon do not "weather" away because the Moon has no weather! To have weather requires an atmosphere and the Moon has none. There is also no free flowing water. Without tectonic and volcanic activity to erase craters as occurs on Earth, craters can persist for up to hundreds of millions of years.