The greater the depth the greater the pressure.
pressure is greater below sea level.
It is greater.
because pressure is high at top not at bottom
The deeper you go, the higher the pressure ... so 20M
The air pressure is greater closer to the ground. The higher you go above sea level, the lower the air pressure. The lower you go below sea level, the greater the air pressure. Hope i helped =)
Pressure increases the deeper you sink beneath the surface of the sea. So 20 metres below the surface has more pressure than 10 metres above the surface.
the atmospheric pressure below sea level is highter (novanet)
Below sea level atmospheric pressure increases with depth. Air pressure at sea level is about 14.7 psia. Air pressure below sea level would be slightly higher.
At sea level
Air Pressure has to do with the Weight of Air in the Atmosphere. Imagine that the Atmosphere is like the Ocean. The 'Deeper' you go the greater the Pressure because there is more Fluid Volume above you pushing down. In the Atmosphere the LOWER the Altitude the greater the Pressure.SEA LEVEL is an established STANDARD for Pressure measurements. But there are many areas on land below sea level and those areas have an even greater pressure than at Sea Level.It is not.
At the bottom -- the more water on top of you, the greater the pressure.