Educational Website For Kids


The Totally Free Children's Learning Network

Educational Games For Children
Educational Games
Educational Materials For Schools
 
Educational Materials For Homeschoolers

Educational Games For Children

Educational Materials For Schools
 
Educational Materials For Homeschoolers

Educational Games For Children
Educational Worksheets
Educational Materials For Schools
 
Educational Materials For Homeschoolers

Educational Games For Children
  Educational Movies
Educational Materials For Schools
 
Educational Materials For Homeschoolers

Educational Games For Children
  Educational Movies
Educational Materials For Schools
 
Educational Materials For Homeschoolers

Educational Games For Children
 


Return to our Main Educational Website

  Educational Virtual World

Follow The KidsKnowIt Network on Facebook
follow us on twitter
Free Educational Posters
Free Educational Posters

 

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player


Geography For Kids , The Study of Our Earth
.


HOME .::. GEOGRAPHY .::. GEOGRAPHY GAMES












Geography For Kids - KidsGeo.com
Geography
Geography For Children
Geography is fun









 
Educational Websites For Kids
Search The Totally Free Children's Learning Network
Educational Articles




Which Geography Topic Would You Like To Learn About?


 
       

Humidity - Free Educational Music For Kids

Humidity

The amount of water vapor in the air is referred to as humidity. The more water that is in the air there is, the higher we say that the humidity has risen.

Humidity





Humidity can be measured in a number of ways. These include absolute humidity, specific humidity, and relative humidity. Absolute and specific humidity measure the exact physical amount of water in the air, while relative humidity compares how much water is in the air with how much could be in the air, or in other words, with the maximum vapor pressure.

Suppose that given the local temperature and wind, the maximum vapor pressure allows a certain volume of air to hold 100 pounds of water. Now suppose that this same volume of air is only holding 30 pounds of air. The relative humidity would be 30%, because only 30% of the maximum vapor pressure has been reached.

Thus, relative humidity does not tell us how much water vapor is in the air, but rather, what percentage of the maximum vapor pressure has been reached.

Relative humidity is the most common way that we measure humidity.

 

Geography For Kids Geography For Kids Geography For Kids

Earth Science
Earth Science For Kids
Earth Science
Geography A Study of The Earth

All Content Copyrighted 1998- 2014©