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Atmospheric pressure is a force in an area pushed against a surface by the weight of air in Earth's atmosphere. The earth is covered in a layer of air. However ...

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Jun 1, 2011 ... Air Pressure explained. ... Atmospheric pressure crushes 220 litre drum ( Experiment) - Duration: 2:40. Darron Gedge's Geography Channel ...

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Understanding air pressure. The weight of the air pressing down on the Earth, the ocean and on the air below causes air pressure. Earth's gravity, of course, ...

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Aug 29, 2013 ... Atmospheric pressure is the force exerted against a surface by the weight of the air above the surface.

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An explanation of the principle of Atmospheric pressure, the factors affecting it and the way of measuring it.

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May 14, 2011 ... The air around you has weight, and it presses against everything it touches. That pressure is called atmospheric pressure, or air pressure.

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Jul 7, 2015 ... Atmospheric pressure — or barometric pressure — is simply the weight of the air at ground level. It's a little easier to understand when you think ...

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To understand pressure, consider a sponge. When left alone, a sponge stretches out to its full size. As you squeeze down on the sponge, what happens?

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The key to understanding pressure in the atmosphere is to understand how gases work. You can read about gases and how pressure can increase and ...

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is not enough to give a full understanding of its importance. ... You can see that understanding 'what is atmospheric pressure' is just the tip of the iceberg.