Heat would dry the earth. If the water table is down far enough it would not be affected.
it remains the same
pure water (with no impurities added ) can only boil at 100 degrees Celsius , no other temperature . But if we add impurities to it than the temperature at which the water will boil can increase or decrease. Another point is that when we increase or decrease the atmospheric pressure, the temperature at which ordinary water boils (i.e.100 degrees Celsius) can also increase or decrease.
The flow rate of the water determines the cooling load. As you increase and decrease the flow, the load is being increased and decreased. The system is designed to be most efficient at a certain specific load, and it is at that point that the COP will be at it's maximum. Any flow rate above and below that point will decrease the COP.
You can increase the temperature of the water.
If the water table is higher the the surface of the land, water will seep out of the land surface and form a puddle, pool or lake. The depth of the water body will increase until the water surface is at the same level as the surrounding water table - this is a state of equilibrium. If the water table lowers, so will the water level in the water body, until equilibrium is reached. Water moves slowly into and out of the land surface and follows the movement of the water table in the area. Don't confuse this with storage reservoirs behind dams. These have an artificially high water level and the surrounding water table can be lower than the reservoir.
The density is d=M/V; at low temperatures the volume decrease and the density increase.
This strange is phenomenon is very probable a consequence of water molecules interactions at these temperatures.
The cause of grass to increase/ decrease is how much you water it and not water it, how much sun light it gets and air.
yes it decreases in the water
The density of water increase after evaporation.
Evaporation of water decrease the temperature.
yes it will slightly increase the temperature