The body will not explode, explode means to burst or shatter violently and noisily as a result of rapid combustion, decomposition, excessive internal pressure, or other process, typically scattering fragments widely. The deeper and deeper you go underwater the more and more pressure there is on your body from the weight of the water above you. But answering the question that I think you are trying to ask, yes, extreme depth can harm the body and even cause death. But in most cases, excluding submarines and Scuba diving, you would drown before the pressures of the depths would cause any harm to your body.
I think that is true as the fact the atmospheric pressure is a lot higher in water than that above sea pressure but the pressure would move inwards making it impossible for the human body to implode it would just be crushed and shatter into tiny pieces
Upwelling is caused by currents on the surface. When water moves from the bottom of the ocean towards the surface it is called upwelling. Downwelling is when more dense water sinks. This process moves nutrients back to the deep part of the ocean.
Animals that live in the benthic zone get their food from food that sinks down from above. The benthic zone is another way of saying ocean floor.
True. The sugars made during photosynthesis in the leaves (sugar source) are transported by the means of the pressure-flow hypothesis to sugar sinks. The roots are a sink since there is a low concentration of sugar and they need more from sugar sources to grow.
Phytoplankton helps to balance carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere while the ocean absorbs it. If there were no phytoplankton left, then carbon dioxide levels would increase in the atmosphere.
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your answer is subduction
The ocean and soil
An area of high pressure where the air moves apart and sinks is an anticyclone.
High AIR pressure Floats And Low Pressure Sinks!
subduction is the answer.
the ocean sinks and the land expands
Submarine hulls are subject to sea pressure, and that pressure increases the deeper the submarine goes. There are design limits to the amount of pressure that a hull can take, and if that pressure is exceeded by diving too deep, the hull will fail and will be crushed.
changing in heat in the ocean colder sinks warmer floats
When everything from the top sinks to the ocean floor.