1 ml = 1000 mm.

## Is a ML the same as a MM?

More information from the unit converter How many mm cubed in 1 mL? The answer is 1000. We assume you are converting between cubic millimetre and milliliter. You can view more details on each measurement unit: mm cubed or mL The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.

## Is 1 mm of rain a lot?

Rates of rainfall: Heavy (thick) drizzle: Impairs visibility and is measurable in a raingauge, rates up to 1 mm per hour. Slight rain: Less than 0.5 mm per hour. Moderate rain: Greater than 0.5 mm per hour, but less than 4.0 mm per hour. Heavy rain: Greater than 4 mm per hour, but less than 8 mm per hour.

## What percentage of rain water is absorbed by ground?

precipitation, is absorbed by the ground and runs off or flows over the land. About 29 percent of the sun’s incoming energy is reflected directly back into space (by the atmosphere and brightly-colored ground surfaces), and another 23 percent is absorbed by our atmosphere. That leaves 48 percent to be absorbed by.

## How much is an inch of water per week?

A good rule of thumb for most plants in vegetable and flower gardens that are planted in the ground (as opposed to containers) is 1 inch of water per week. One inch is enough to give the plant what it needs at the moment, and allow the soil to hold a little in reserve until the next watering.

## What is the process of runoff?

Runoff occurs when there is more water than land can absorb. The excess liquid flows across the surface of the land and into nearby creeks, streams, or ponds. Runoff can come from both natural processes and human activity. Runoff also occurs naturally as soil is eroded and carried to various bodies of water.

## What are the 2 types of runoff?

Runoff may be classified according to speed of appearance after rainfall or melting snow as direct runoff or base runoff, and according to source as surface runoff, storm interflow, or groundwater runoff. 2. The sum of total discharges described in (1), above, during a specified period of time.

## What is direct runoff?

Water that flows over the ground surface directly into streams, rivers, or lakes. Also called storm runoff.

## What are the different types of runoff?

There are three major types of runoff depending on the source: surface flow, interflow, and base flow. These were discussed in Module 101 and are expanded upon here. Surface flow is water that has remained on the surface and moves as overland or channel flow.