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Q: Pond is 2 meters x 1 meters x 500 deep. how much water would it hold in liters?

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9 Acres = 36,421.7 square meters. 4 feet = 1.2 meters. Area x length = volume; 36,421.7 x 1.2 = 43,706 cubic meters. Cubic meters is a volume, which can be converted to liters, 1 cubic meter is 1000 liters. So your pond has 43,706,000 Liters. 1 gallon is 3.78 liters, so divide by 3.78 and your pond has 11,545,903.7 Gallons.

More information is required to answer this question. A litre is a volume measure (3 dimensions) but information for the pond is given for only two dimensions.

We have no way of knowing how much water is in any particular volume of space.But 2.1 cubic meters = 2,100 liters .

65 as a cubic metre is 1000 litres

1 cu m = 1000 liters → volume = 2 m x 3 m x 1 m = 6 cu m = 6 x 1000 liters = 6,000 liters.

A pond would be measured in litres.

liters

9,510.19 Gallons

Liters. Or MegaLiters (x1 000 liters)

The number of liters in a pond depend on the size of the pond.

A pond pump helps circulate the water properly. If it is not used, the water would sit still and get slimy. If there are fish in the pond it would help keep the water clean.

Without vegetation, pond water would be almost pure. A lack of vegetation would cause pond animals to leave and therefore would alter the life systems of the pond. Eventually, algae and reeds would grow in and around the pond, regardless if animals are there or not.

It would be 0.3 metres.

Well, let's suppose the reservoir would average 50 meters deep. Lake Mead is a lot deeper at Hoover dam, but it's also a pretty unusual reservoir. There are 1000 liters per cubic meter, so 5*10^6 liters = 5000 cubic meters. With an average depth of 50 meters, that's a surface of 100 square meters. Considerably smaller than you're average suburban lot. That means we're talking about a farm pond, not a national monument. So maybe 50 meters is a lousy estimate of the depth. Let's say it's 2 meters. So now we have a surface area of 2500 square meters, which is 50 meters on a side, which would be a pretty good sized farm pond. But you get the idea by now. It's somewhere in that range.

1359.2 litres, approx.

not that good because the water would dry up and the pond would have little or no water

Nothing, as the minerals that are found in soil would not be present in pond water; plus there would be no anchorage of any kind, which would mean if it did grow, it would blow away anyway.

The pond would have less water, and could go dry.

How come animals drink pond water and they don't get sick

The volume is 13592 litres, approx.

Ponds are typically freshwater bodies of water, so I would assume that a pond frog would need freshwater.

More information is needed in order to answer this question. The size of the pond, preferably in square meters.

The size of the water body has no effect on the pressures experienced at depth in any water body. Thus at 1 meter depth in a large lake or in a pond the pressure is the same (1.1 bar). Likewise at a depth of 2 meters in a large lake or small pond the pressures is the same in both at (1.2 bar). Thus the water pressure at a depth of 1m in a large lake is less than the pressure at a depth of 2 m in a small pond. ------------------------------------------------------------------- The water pressure you experience depends on how much water is above you; the amount of water below you or around you has nothing to do with it. So you would have more pressure on you 2 meters below the surface of a pond as you would 1 meter below the surface of a large lake of water of the same density, which varies with salinity.

Area of pond = 5 x 10 = 50 square meters

The surface area of the pond is measured in square meters.