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200 units of elevation.

Q: What is the difference between 100 below sea level and 100 above sea level?

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Yes. Any object that is above a reference level has positive potential energy; anything below that reference level has negative potential energy. For example, if the chosen reference level is the ground level, anything below the ground level has negative potential energy. Please note that the choice of reference level is arbitrary. What matters is the DIFFERENCE in potential energy between two positions - and that doesn't change, whether you choose (for example) the ground level, or some other level, as a reference level.

Barometers measure altitude - ie height above sea level Anemometers measure wind speed

Usually the centre; sometimes above, sometimes below and rarely level with the arms of it.

There is potential energy, which is non-zero if you are above ground level (or above, or below, any other reference level you choose).

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