Answer to Question #99982 in Other Biology for shevania

Question #99982
if water sank when it froze what would happen to the world's lakes oceans and climate
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2019-12-09T09:30:36-0500

The density of ice is lower than the density of water. As a result, ice forms only on the surface of the water bodies (i.e., lakes), allowing water animals and plants not to be frozen and to survive in cold water. If ice sank, water bodies in lakes and oceans would become frozen. As a result, all organisms that live in the oceans and other water bodies would die and could not survive during cold seasons. As a result, the amount of phytoplankton would significantly decrease, leading to the reduced production of oxygen. In this case, live on the Earth would become impossible.


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