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Depth of water and temperature

September24

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Feb 24, 2013
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    This is an explanation of a kaplan passage talking about what happens to temperature as we go underwater.

    "The sun heats the water at surface to a higher temepratue than water below. Therefore, the depth of water is inverse to temp"

    Doesn't Pressure=pgh

    Going deeper should increase pressure right? Since PV=NRT, shoudn't going deeper increase temeprature?
     
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