Troposphere

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## Does the thermosphere or troposphere have the greatest atmospheric pressure?

Air pressure in the lowest layer, or troposphere, is much greater than the air pressure in the thermosphere, which sits on the edge of space.

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## Does pressure depend on density?

Pressure within a liquid depends only on the density of the liquid, the acceleration due to gravity, and the depth within the liquid. Pressure within a gas depends on the temperature of the gas, the mass of a single molecule of the gas, the acceleration due to gravity, and the height (or depth) within the gas.

## How do you calculate atmospheric pressure underwater?

So if you’re right at sea level, the pressure will be 14.7 psi. And for every foot you go underwater, you add another 0.445 psi. So at one foot deep, the pressure would be 14.7 psi + 0.445 psi = 15.145 psi. And at two feet deep it would be 14.7 psi + 2*(0.445 psi) = 15.59 psi, etc.

## Can a human dive 2000 feet?

There are different limits set for recreational and commercial divers. With the right scuba gear including a dry dive suit, a scuba tank, gloves, and so on, divers can reach depths of around 1000 feet or more. In fact, with specialized equipment such as an atmospheric suit, divers can reach 2000 feet.

## Can you dive down to the Titanic?

No, you cannot scuba dive to the Titanic. The Titanic lies in 12,500 feet of ice cold Atlantic ocean and the maximum depth a human can scuba dive is between 400 to 1000 feet because of water pressure.

## Can you dive in a 6 foot pool?

If you are not installing a diving pool, consider the safe depth of 3 feet (1 metre) in the shallow end to 6 feet (1.8 metres) in the deep end.

## How deep should a pool be to jump?

People jumping in need enough water to absorb the force of their jump, so it’s necessary to have a depth of at least 4 feet. When diving headfirst, having sufficient depth to avoid injury is vital. The recommended depth is a minimum of 9 feet.

## Can you swim in 3 feet water?

Yes, 3 feet is plenty deep for lap swimming. Even lap swimming in place. It’s not so good for diving or doing cannonballs.

## What is the deepest above ground pool you can get?

You may be thinking above ground pools cannot be that deep, but they can actually go as far down as 8 feet or more! This is due to the elasticity of the vinyl liners. The vinyl liner can accommodate a space that may not be shaped exactly like a perfect pool. When installing, make sure it is over a gradual slope.

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## Has anyone drowned in Nemo 33?

And of course, what had to happen happened, he blacked out and sank to the bottom and was later brought dead back to the surface. But nobody dies when freediving activities are conducted with respect of basic safety rules and with self-respect of your own abilities and disabilities.

## Is it safe to swim in deep ocean?

Swimming in the ocean is scary and dangerous. As we have said above, sharks are among the animals that you are likely to find at the ocean. Immediately you come across a shark; you might be shocked and try to run away. Avoid such incidences by not swimming at sea.

## Is it bad to swim every day?

Can You Swim Every Day? Absolutely! You can swim seven days a week, 365 days a year – and I know some people who do this! The key is moderating your intensity and duration so your body is fresh for each workout.

## Do swimmers live longer?

The more you swim, eat right and avoid tobacco, the longer youll live, according to two studies of more than 355,000 people. You may add as many as 10 years to your life, says heart disease researcher Jeremiah Stamler, M.D., of Northwestern University in Chicago.