GEOGRAPHY HIGH SCHOOL

Why is wind erosion so harmful? 1.It creates too many new landforms.
2.It breaks rocks into small pieces.
3.It destroys beaches by carrying away sand.
4.It removes the most fertile part of soil.

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Answer 1
Answer: Wind erosion is so harmful because it removes the most fertile part of the soil.

So, the answer is option 4. It removes the most fertile part of soil.

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Aridisols are soils characteristically found in _______.

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Aridisols are soils characteristically found in areas with arid and/or semi-arid climate. They dominate the area of deserts and even xeric shrublands. These deserts and shurblands covered one third of the Earth's land surface. It has a low amount or concentration of organic matter.

The answer is deserts

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Volcanoes and earthquakes sometimes occur in Canada western ranges because ?

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Answer:

The answer choices, i think, are

A.

ocean’s current

B.

latitude or the region

C.

movement of the Earth’s plates

D.

elevation of the mountain range

Explanation:

And if these are the answer choices, then the answer is C. Cause the shifting or movement of tectonic plates cause volcanos and earthquakes.

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The hα line (sec. 2.6) of a certain star is received on earth at a wavelength of 682 nm. what is the star's radial velocity with respect to earth?

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We have that

wavelength of H-alpha (hα) is -------------- > 656.3 nm
measured wavelenght ------------------------ > 682 nm

Let
V---------------------> radial velocity
C-------------------- > is the speed of light which is equal to 300,000km/sec.

Doppler formula:
 [(measured wavelenght - wavelength of hα)/ wavelength of hα] = V/C

V=C*[(measured wavelenght - wavelength of hα)/ wavelength of hα]
V=300000*[(682 - 656.3)/ 656.3]=11747.67 km/sec

the answer is 11747.67 km/sec




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How could the urban area pose a threat to the everglades?

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Threats include:water controlintroduced speciesdevelopment
MIDDLE SCHOOL

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According to this map, which states have a population of over 25 million residents? Check all that apply.
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From the three countries on this list, the only one that has a population of over 25 million residents is California.

Explanation:

The United States is a country that is consisted of numerous political subdivisions, federal states, as it is a country that has federal system. The states differ between each other a lot, be it in size of territory, climate, living conditions, location, type of industry etc. All of these factors have contributed to uneven distribution of the population across the country, with some states having relatively large populations, while some have very small populations.

When it comes to states that have over 25 million residents, there are only two in the United States. Those two states are California and Texas. California is the most populous states, having around 39.5 million residents, while Texas is second most populous with population of around 28.7 million residents.

The other two states in this list, Florida and New York, are third and fourth most populous states in the United States, but both of them have less than 25 million residents. Florida has around 21.3 million residents, while New York has around 19.5 million residents.

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The Ibo tribe of Nigeria seceded in 1967 and declared the independent state of

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The Igbo people seceded in 1967 and formed the (short lived) independent state of Biafra.
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What’s are qanats, and why are they important?

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A qanats is like an underground channel to transport water from an aquifer or water well to the surface for irrigation and drinking. This is an old system of water supply from a deep well with a series of vertical access shafts. The qanats are a great reliable supply of water for human settlements and irrigation

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COLLEGE

The term that describes when an area's population exceeds the capacity of the environment to support it at an acceptable standard of living is ecosystem toxification. True/False

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Answer:False

Explanation:

Overpopulation :This when the available resources exceed the population of the particular region

So, it can not be ecosystem toxification

Answer:

False

Explanation:

The correct term that describes this situation is overpopulation. Overpopulation occurs when a population exists in numbers that exceed the capacity of the environment to support it comfortably. This capacity is also known as "carrying capacity." Overpopulation is an important problem in many areas of the world due to high birth rates, better healthcare and a reduced mortality rate.

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What lake is located high in the andes mountains and forms part of the border between peru and bolivia?

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Lake Titicaca is located high in the Andes mountains and forms part of the border between Peru and bolivia.

What is a mountain?

A mountain is a raised area of the earth's crust, typically with sloping cliffs that reveal a substantial amount of foundation that has been revealed. Although variations exist, a mountaintop is often taller than a hill, rising normally at least 300 meters above the surrounding landscape, and differs from such a plains in having a constrained peak area.

Titicaca Lake, Spanish At 12,500 feet (3,810 meters) above sea level, Lago Tahoe is the largest lake on earth that is large ships can navigate. It is located in the Andes Mountains of Peru, straddling the boundary between both Peru and Bolivia towards the east. Lake Titicaca is also a stream of fantasies without boundaries.

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Lake Titicaca, Spanish Lago Titicaca, the world's highest lake navigable to large vessels, lying at 12,500 feet (3,810 metres) above sea level in the Andes Mountains of South America, astride the border between Peru to the west and Bolivia to the east.lake titicacia is also a borderless river of dreams


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