Higher elevation is going to also have higher atmospheric pressure. My recollection is that the higher pressure of the atmosphere on the surface of the lake will cause a higher level of absorption in the lake itself.
Because, elevation affects both temperature and precipitation, the type of biome found at a higher elevation can be different from one at a lower elevation. For Example: Temperate forest, Boreal forest, Tundra, and Permanent ice. (forest by mountain, higher up the mountain, go higher and you reach at tundra, top of mountain is cold and precipitation is very different, so it's permanent ice) Hope this answers your question :)
It is higher.
These words are the two parts of dissolution. A solute is what is being dissolved, and a solvent is what dissolves it. The most universal solvent is water, which means that most solutes can be dissolved into it. A solute (e.g. sugar) is dissolved in a solvent (e.g. water) to make a solution - sugar solution
Due to mineral loss and lower activity, bone density decreases.
Lower in elevation.
it depends on your elevation at the time, higher for lower, lower for higher
Each index contour has an elevation associated with it. When you look at 2 contours, one will have a higher corresponding elevation. As you go from the lower elevation to the higher elevation, you know that the land is increasing in the direction toward the higher elevation. From the higher to the lower elevation, the land is decreasing (sloping downward, decreasing in elevation).
The Texas Rule of Thumb is: The further you travel Northwest, the higher the elevation and lower the precipitation, the further you travel Southeast, the lower the elevation, and higher the precipitation.
Gravity is what causes a river to flow from higher to lower elevation. A river travels at a faster speed the higher the elevation and will typically cause greater erosion.
At higher altitude the temperature is lower.
Is the scenic byway upper or lower peninsula
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)
The higher the elevation the lower the pressure.The lower the elevation the higher the pressure.The change can be expressesd by the formula:p = 101325 (1 - 2.25577 10-5 h)5.25588wherep = air pressure (Pa)h = altitude above sea level (m)
Lower. There is less air pressure pushing down on you, than say, a deep sea diver