Density of water varies with temperature. What are its consequences?
Asked by Shiprapandey2906 | 25th Jun, 2019, 05:24: PM
Density of water varies with temperature. It is highest at 4 oC. At low tempreature, When ice is formed, density is reduced. So At low temprature in ocean, A layer of Ice floats on water and below this layer, all aquatic species can survive. At high temeperature, Warm water of ocean causes vast currents which circulate heat from equator to temperate zone. Hence, play role in controlling climate of whole earth.
Answered by Ravi | 26th Jun, 2019, 11:18: AM
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