No. Land cools faster than water.
The land cools faster than water.
Land heats up faster and loses heat faster than water.
Land absorbs and loses heat faster than sea water.
land absorbs and loses heat faster than sea water
land absorbs and loses heat faster than water -Kacy d.
water warms up slower than land. It also loses heat slower.
Meadow; During the day ,the land heats up faster than the sea. At night, the land loses heat faster than the sea does.
land heats faster than water because it has lower specific heat capacity
Land heats up faster than water.
Yes, land cools faster.
Heat travels faster in water compared to land. This is why land is normally hotter than the sea during the day or night.
It rises faster on land since water itself isn't a good conductor of heat. It rises faster on land since water itself isn't a good conductor of heat. No, since water is not a good conductor of heat.
Water gains and loses heat much more quickly than land.
It absorbs heat faster
No it does not.
Land cools faster because land is floating on the earths surface. Water gets deeper, so the suns heat cant heat the bottom of the ocean as well as the surface
water and land will heat and cool faster
No. Land releases energy at a faster rate than water. Land cools and heats more rapidly than water.
Land warms up (absorbs heat) and cools down (releases heat) more quickly than water.
Land, because it has lower specific heat capacity.Land, because it has lower heat capacity.
land heat up water because of the high capacity.
Because h2o has a high shc and loses heat slowly compared to land which has a low shc and loses the heat it would have gained during the day
This is because the mean specific heat capacity of land is very less in comparision to that of water.
Water has a higher specific heat, and this is an intensive property of the substance itself.