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The Amazon River, in South America, is not as long-4,007 miles- but it is considered mightier because it carries half of all river water in the world!
The lake was formed about 25 million years ago.
Mt. Everest is considered the highest mountain-above sea level- in the world, but its not really the tallest. What is???
The hottest temperature ever recorded in the US is degrees in Death Valley, CA.
Coldest Place on Earth… -129 degrees Fahrenheit. Average summer temperature is -58 degrees.
The WETTEST place on earth.
NO rain for over 400 years! A place must receive less than 10 inches of rain per year to be considered a desert.
Windiest place on Earth… 231 miles per hour! Would you like to take a ride up the mountain?
17 times larger than Niagara Falls
The trench is 36,202 feet deep.
Most Active Volcano Since 1937 it has erupted once every 24 hours on average. It once erupted more than 400 times in a single day.
The water level rises and falls more than 50 feet every six hours.
One year, more than 1,200 inches of snow fell there.
Welcome To EARTH! Here are a few things you might not have known about your home planet.
Utahs Geography Notes. Utahs Climate Climate is the average weather of a place measured over a long period of time. Has this weeks weather been a good.
Earth Motion SeasonsPlanetsStarsMoon.
The Climates of Canada What creates different climates in Canada and what impact does climate have on human activity?
Deserts. What is a desert? The desert is a land of extremes: extreme heat and extreme dryness; sudden flash floods and cold nights. Because deserts are.
Bangladesh Flooding July/August 2004 Causes of the Annual Monsoon Seasonal Flooding: Climatic Terrestrial Processes Human Activity.
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The Sun By Mrs. Steeles Class Jones Valley Elementary Huntsville, Al.
This place is rocky, sandy, and has rivers. It runs into the Atlantic Ocean It has Mount Washington the highest mountain in the Northeast, and has the.
Jupiter By; Morgan Brandt. What Jupiter looks like? You could cram 1,000 Earths into Jupiter. Jupiter is red, orange, and pale. Jupiter has rings that.
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Loihi. Loihi plate boundary’s Loihi rises about 6,000 feet above the sea-floor, which brings it very close to the surface. But you won’t be making any.
Chapter 1 Learning About Earths Geography Section 1 Discovering the Earth Vocabulary p. 19 Geography – The study of the earth, how its features affect.
Geography 12 Weather and Climate Big Idea: What creates the climate of an area? We will do some work on climate controls, discuss weather, and then return.
1 What happened in the Ice Age. 2 At present about 10% of the Earth's surface is ice covered, but about two million years ago the Planet's climate became.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
The Earth and Beyond. The Sun is the star at the centre of our solar system. The nine planets orbit the sun. Here is a useful mnemonic to help remember.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
What is Climate?. Climate is the name for the general conditions of temperature and precipitation for an area over a long period of time. Climate is the.
How many light years old are you?. So If light years aren’t a measurement of time, then what do they measure?
Social Studies Chapter 1: Our Nation’s Geography.
Our Natural Resources, Then and Now What is a natural resource? Any form of energy which can be used by humans. Those things that people come in contact.
Climate Aim: What’s the difference between weather and climate?
The Antarctic Going to extremes. What is the Antarctic? The area south of the Antarctic circle and around the south pole. –Below latitude 66° south.
By fisher By me. It was the highest in the world until everest and aconcagua.
The Solar System Mrs. Narreau’s Class Jupiter was named after the Roman primary god, Jupiter. Slide by A.K.
A. as is a couldn’t does could has wouldn’t.
What’s The Reason For The Seasons? Shortest amount of daylight Equal amounts of daylight Longest amount of daylight SPRING SEASON SUMMER SEASON FALL SEASON.
The Desert By Ryan Bailey. What Is a Desert? A desert is a region of land that is extremely dry and sandy due to the lack of rainfall. Only plants and.
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