The meridians of 0° (The Prime or Greenwich Meridian) and 180°
longitude (sometimes called the antimeridian, roughly the
International Date Line) separate the eastern and western
Technically anything west of the "Prime Meridian," which is zero
longitude and runs through London (Gree…
It decreases.Look at the Temperature Zones portion of the chart of Selected Properties of Earth's Atmosphere. A portion of the chart is reproduced below. The chart indicates that the temperature increases as you move higher in the stratosphere.Source of answer was Castle Learning Online.
Yes, but only the north-east corner. eg until just north of Valencia.
The Arabian Sea is the largest sea.
Why is Africa part of the Eastern Hemisphere?
southern has more water than northern xD
Haiti, if you mean the Americas by western hemisphere, but it also includes western Africa. So the actual answer is Liberia. Sierra Leone is also included, but currently has a higher GDP per capita than Liberia.
The US, Canada, Mexico, all the countries in Europe and Asia, some countries in South America, and some in Africa. Answer - Entirety of Europe - Entirety of North America - The vast majority of Asia - More than half of Africa, just below the "horn" - A small part of South America, north of the m…
A hemisphere is half of a sphere. The names comes from hemi which means half, so hemisphere means half a sphere. We often talk about the northern and southern hemispheres which are the halves of our planet north and south of the equator respectively. Similarly, we have the eastern and western hemi…
Europe, Africa, Antarctica, Asia, and Australia.
All of New Zealand is in the Southern Hemisphere. The South Island is actually one of the southernmost islands in the whole world.
Australia and Antarctica.
The Eastern Hemisphere has more land.
No, it is in the southern hemisphere. Anything below the equator is considered in the southern hemisphere.No Australia is in the southern hemisphere.
- Entirety of Europe - Entirety of North America - The vast majority of Asia - More than half of Africa, just below the "horn" - A small part of South America, north of the mouth of the Amazon River Also, the following countries are mostly located in the Northern Hemisphere: - Equatorial Guinea …
Two: North America and South America.
North, South, East, and West
They named the prime meridian, Prime Meridian because a Meridian is a line that goes in the center of something. and prime is something that is always going to be there.
Cuba is in the Caribbean , about 90 miles south of Florida ^.^
At some point, most of us have heard that water spins down a drain in different directions depending on which hemisphere we happen to be in. The fact is, the Coriolis force (an apparent force as a result of the Earth's spin) has virtually nothing to do with which direction water spins as it empties …
north America, south America, Asia, aftrica, Australia
The western and eastern hemispheres are separated by the Prime
Meridian, the zero line of longitude, that passes through the
Greenwich Observatory, London, UK.
Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia
it is the southern hemisphere
Countries found in the northern hemisphere include the United
States, Mexico, Canada, and Greenland. Other countries include
China, Russia, the United Kingdom and India.
the north south east and west
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Africa, both the equator and prime meridian go through Africa- so Northern and Southern Hemispheres and Western and Eastern Hemispheres converge in the continent of Africa.
Africa is located in all four of the hemispheres.
Northern Hemisphere, Western Hemisphere, Southern Hemisphere, and Eastern Hemisphere.
The Equator, Ecuador is located right on the line, which is where it gets its name from.
Neither. Oklahoma is in the Midwest.Actually Oklahoma is located in the Southern Plains region of the United States. As such, it is neither Eastern nor Western. The term "Midwest" is historic and was originally used during the late 18th century to identify an area that was located about halfway bet…
The northernmost point of Earth is the geographic North Pole, in the Arctic Ocean. It defines geodetic latitude 90° North, as well as the direction of true north. The North Pole is located in the middle of the Arctic Ocean. The water is almost permanently covered with shifting sea ice.
Africa is in the middle of the earth meaning that Africa is in both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere.
The imaginary line is the equator, which runs east and west around the center of the globe. The equator is the imaginary line halfway between the North and South Poles and is at 0° degrees latitude. It divides the Earth into North and South Hemispheres. The Sun appears directly above the Equator a…
The world is divided into the Southern Hemisphere and the Northern
Hemisphere. South America and South Africa are two zones found
within the Southern Hemisphere.
Canada is located in the northern and the western hemispheres.
The four hemispheres of the earth are the northern southern, eastern, and western hemispheres.
northeren hemishere, southern hemishere, eastern hemishere, and western hemishere.
Asia is found in the Eastern Hemisphere
The Eastern hemisphere and Western hemisphere (divided by the Prime
Meridian), and the Southern hemisphere and Northern hemisphere
(divided by the Equator).
Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, and Antarctica are all or mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere.
The Southern Hemisphere contains the most water
Southern hemisphere has less land and more water
The Us is in the Northern Hemisphere.
the relationship between them is how people can move and take care
without polluting them and plants give off oxygen and help our
First of all you have got your question wrong, there are only 2 hemispheres. The 2 hemispheres are called Southern Hemisphere and Northern Hemisphere. The Northern Hemisphere is home to Continents such as North America and Europe. Were Southern Hemisphere is home to Continents such as Australia and …
Quartz is the most common single rock-forming mineral, so it is found almost everywhere in a variety of rocks or sand.
There are four hemispheres northern, southern, eastern and western hemispheres
The three most commonly spoken languages in the western hemisphere
are English, Spanish, and French. These languages are historical
reminders of European colonization of the Americas.
Europe, Africa, Antarctica, Asia, and Australia.
There are about 166 countries in the Northern Hemisphere
In Nothern hemisphere and the Eastern hemisphere.
Well there are quite a few types of maps and it depends on where you are and where you're going.Thematic Maps: show features, population, and rainfallInventory Maps: concentrate on a specific feature and show precise locationPolitical Maps: boundries of countries, provinces, and statesMobility Maps:…
-- Origin of longitude -- Zero degrees longitude -- Boundary between Eastern and Western Hemispheres -- Greenwich Meridian
Russia stretches to the North, East and a little bit in the Western
The Northern hemisphere.
This area is known as the Northern Hemisphere. All points north of the equator are said to be in the northern hemisphere
the northen hemisphere, north America
Australia is located in the Southern Hemisphere, and also the Eastern hemisphere.In the southern and eastern hemispheres.
Greece is located in the northern and eastern hemispheres. You could also say that it is in the north-east quadrant.
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North America is in the Northern and the Western hemispheres.
The prime meridian
It is sometimes called the Greenwich meridian or 0° longitude.
It is in a north western hemisphere
Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Antarctica.
California is in two hemisphers: northern and western.
A hemisphere is half of a ball, so the earth can be cut in half either of two ways: North & South -- above and below the equator;
East & West -- hmmm... this gets tricky because of politics. Generally, the divide between eas…
Antarctica lies in three hemispheres: Southern, Eastern and
international date line
Asia, Europe and North America.
Africa is located in both the Southern and Northern Hemisphere. If your very technical though its really in ALL the hemispheres!
the earth is dived into hemispheres by the prime meridian and the Equator. Africa lies in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres almost equally. And while most of Af…
The northern hemisphere
Latitudes are line Parallel to the equator placed equidistance on both sides. they are therfore some times called paralles and longitude is somtimes meridian hopes this helps:D
Assuming you mean the western side of the Prime Meridian, there's half of the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean and half of the Pacific Ocean.
The Arabian Sea at 1,491,000 sq mi (3,861,672 km2).
Russia, Canada, and the United States.
The United States belongs in the Northern Hemisphere.
South America is entirely contained in the Western Hemisphere, but split between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
The range of latitude between the north pole and south pole is 180 degrees. You're free to draw as few or as many lines in that range as you feel you need. Some maps and globes have many lines printed on them, some have only a few, and some have no lines at all. My mapping software will print 324…
Bali is in the southern hemisphere. barbados is in the northern hemisphere
Africa is a continent that is located in all four hemispheres of
Eastern, Western, Northern, and Southern Hemispheres. Because a
small part of Indonesia is on the continent of Asia, Asia also can
be the second continent that is in all four hemispheres. Europe is
situated in three hemispheres.
ITs in both
A hemisphere is one half of a sphere, so any sphere can be divided equally in two by a plane through its center. The geographical hemispheres of Earth are the cartological divisions of its surface. The most common are the Northern and Southern Hemispheres (separated by the equator) and the Eastern …
The countries of the eastern hemisphere are all east of the Prime Meridian. Oddly, countries in Europe and Africa are split by this line. In Europe The UK, France and Spain are all split.
The answer is western hemisphere
north of the equater
The earth revolves around the sun but it's tilted. The angle of the tilt doesn't change just the position of the planet. The summer is when that part of the globe is tilted towards the sun. If the northern hemisphere is tilted toward the sun the southern hemisphere would be tilted away. The part til…
Northern .You really should look at a globe or a world map and get some idea of how the world is.
It is in the north-eastern hemisphere.
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The Prime Meridian is based on Greenwich, England, the longitude of which is 0 degees. The other meridians are calculated from the Prime Meridian. Knowing where you are in relation to the Prime Meridian is the basis of all nautical navigation which …
The Northern Hemisphere has much more land than the southern. About 7/8 of the world's land area is in the Northern Hemisphere.Even the Land Hemisphere (half of Earth's surface containing the maximum land area) is still slightly more than half water. Oceans cover 70% of Earth's surface.
Only 2 continents, North America and South America, are mostly within the Western Hemisphere. Only the Aleutian Islands of Alaska extend into the eastern hemisphere. By technical definition, parts of western Europe, western Africa, and Antarctica are in the western hemisphere, as well as islands in…