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Hi I am a 3rd year Geography student from National University of Singapore. I am currently doing a project on water temperature of 1) the stream water and 2) the surroundings and their effect on the velocity of the stream water. Will the temperatures really affect the velocity of the water? As you know, Singapore do not have four seasons but we do have different temperature for the day.... For example, the hottest of our day is from 12-2pm and the coolest is at night when the sun had set. Will the temperatures really affect the velocity of the stream water? Thank you. Your help will be greatly appreciated Sandy 20/3/2000
Re: Does temperature of stream water affects stream velocity?
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