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Bodies of Water

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This category should contain questions regarding bodies of water such as Canals, Coasts, Dams, Lakes and Oceans.
North Atlantic Ocean, Irish Sea, Celtic sea, North Channel, and Saint George's Channel. Scotland, England, Wales, Isle of Man.
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Answer here some questions to help determine the problem: -What mixture of coolant and water are you using? An old or highly water diluted mixture usually reaches higher temperatures higher then a proper mix -Is your fan operational at all times? Is your belt tight? -It could be a real old radi…
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The Strait of Magellan is located between the southern tip of Chile and the island of Tierra del Fuego, at the southern tip of South America. Latitude: 53°28′51″S Longitude: 70°47′0″W
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delaware river, lake winespauke
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If it has a sunroof, check the drain tubes for the sunroof. They plug up and the water gets in the car.
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Mexico is divided into 31 states and one federal district.
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Possible Underwater Weapons Some firearms work underwater Torpedoes Depth charges Edged weapons (knives, spears, spear guns, tridents) Mines Explosives ANSWER: Bang stick (a shotgun shell on a pole) is another.
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The Adriatic Sea.
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Call any advertiser for installation of water softeners. They will test your water for free. There are some simple ways to establish if your water is hard or soft and whether your water has an overabundance of minerals. Step #1: The Soap Test If your water is hard, soap will tend not to l…
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After a heavy rain, or in the spring when the snow melts.
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Many nations are land locked, meaning they have no coast line at all. Australia is surrounded by water, the names of which (clockwise from the north) are Arafura Sea, Coral Sea, Tasman Sea, Indian Ocean (south and west), and Timor Sea. The United States is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west…
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Intracellular compartment
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The two sides were:The Central powers or Axis- Germany, Austria-Hungary and ItalyThe Allied Powers- Great Britain, Russia and France.
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They are formed when a ocean current transport loose sediment accross the surface of a reef to a depostitional mode.
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The phenomena of river capture is often the birth of valleys. An important feature of a river capture is the elbow of capture. The capture can also result in an air gap, which is a waterless area between the elbow of capture and the lower course of the consequent.
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Like other ancient civilizations, the first settlements in China grew up around rivers. The soil around the Yangtze and Huang He Rivers was rich and good for farming due to the silt that was deposited during the spring floods.
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A large bay east of Maine is the Bay of Fundy.
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The Balkin Peninsula is surrounded by : The Adriatic Sea, The Aegean Sea, and the Black Sea.
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Water has always been important to the history and development of Louisiana. The Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico are only the first to come to mind, but every bayou, lake, creek and bay has its own history and resources. For whatever reason, some of these names are given to several bodies o…
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A billabong is a large pond that is formed when a river or creek changes direction, and the billabong is cut off from the main stream of water. A billabong is not just any pond of water or watering hole; it is a waterhole along a creek.
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The saltiest bodies of water on Earth is in fact contained in some hypersaline lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica (such as Don Juan Pond and perhaps Lake Vanda). I will also discuss other notable hypersaline lakes outside Antarctica. It is very important to note that the Dead Sea is ofte…
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If you need a map of Mexico, then just go to the library and check out an atlas. It should have a map of Mexico. But you might get unlucky sometimes. Sometimes, they don't have a map of Mexico alone. That's what I ended up with in my atlas. (I might have it, but I didn't see it.) If you look at the …
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Some would be the five blues lakes, Belize River and the Gulf of Honduras Having been in both inland rivers & offshore sea I assure you the coral off the cays is the better of the two views ! Schnorkelling among the barracuda will be a sight I remember for a very long time, as will dinghy saili…
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A towel gets wetter as it dries you. Lorenzo you have failed.
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According to the RDPL: Because the orange (long wavelengths) part of white light is absorbed by ice and the blue (short wavelengths) light is transmitted and scattered. The longer the path light travels in ice, the bluer it appears The purity and age of the ice also play an important factor in the c…
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The Gulf of Mexico, the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California.
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Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, and the Mississippi River border Wisconsin.
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Take a look: "surface wave." Online Art. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 3 Sept. 2008 http://original.britannica.com/eb/art-2735 (To all those who are going to attempt the above link, you need to be registered at Britannica.) Waves are of three types (on the basis of their crashing on the shore): …
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Answer It is called the Bay of Bengal
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Greece and Turkey are very close neighbors only separated by "Aegean Sea" or in Turkish "Ege Denizi"
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Answer: Crystal Waters Lagoon is in New South Wales, Australia, near Coffs Harbour.
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compressional and shear waves(:the ones above are not up to date but the ones below areP WavesS WavesSurface Waves* *l_l
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The largest sea in the world is the Caspian Sea located in Eurasia. Although it is technically a lake, because the water is salty it is referred to as a "sea." It is 144,000 square miles.
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Thunder BayHudson Bay The first answer isn't right, because I had it for homework I turned it in and I got it wrong. The second answer should be right. Hudson Bay is NOT the correct answer. The correct answer to this IS Thunder Bay. Okay, the question is What is the name of the bay north of Lake …
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There are 31 states in Mexico believe me ;)
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Tiger whit says: trick question? yes and noELI Student says: Yest lead off into a river sort thing but no because it is a waterfall.
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James Bay, Ungava Bay, Frobisher Bay, Hudson Bay.
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the largest body of fresh water in Europe is <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-Microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />lake ladoga in russia, near Finland <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-Microsoft-com:office:office" />for more info, check wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia…
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Sea of Japan That Cant Be true! ITS TRUE! look it up remember, N,E,S,W I agree, it is Sea of Japan It is! It fits in my cross word puzzle :)
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The River Thames.
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The Thames
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ANSWER: Its because we are made up mostly of water. If you dont give the body water, the blood cells cannot deliver it to all the cells of the body that rely on it to stay alive. If they dont get water, the individual cells die of dehydration. If this happens in large quantities, the host (bo…
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The mighty Nile is the world's longest and most famous river. The Nile's longest branch stretches 4,160 miles (6,695 kilometers) and crosses half a continent. The Caribbean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea are part of the Atlantic Ocean. Atlantic Ocean square miles square kilometers 31,810,000 82…
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There are several large swamps all over the world. The three largest are the Sudd Swamp in Sudan, the Okefenokee Swamp in the United States, and the Sundarbans Swamp Delta in Bangladesh.
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The English channel is a whopping 22 miles long!!!!
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80 percent evaporates from the ocean. Incorrect !!!All water in the water cycle of Earth evaporates from oceans and works its way back to the ocean. Evaporation from rivers, lakes, ponds etc. is a temporary stage of the overall trip back to its origin in the oceans.
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The danube!
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Since we are not sure as to what the asker meant by largest, here are some answers. The world's largest waterfall is Victoria Falls located on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe.The world's tallest waterfall is Angel Falls in Venezuela.The world's tallest man-made waterfall is Cascata delle Marmore i…
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All water, including rain water, contains a degree of dissolved chemicals known as "salts." It is assumed that this is concentrated more in the sea because of the gradual breaking up of the cooled igneous rocks of the Earth's crust by weathering and erosion, the wearing down of mountains, and from s…
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Agoraphobia, the third category of phobic disorders, is the most disabling and the most difficult to treat. Agoraphobia can be defined as the fear of being alone, or the fear of being in public places in unfamiliar settings. Some agoraphobics fear open spaces, like large bodies of water or open fiel…
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Answer Atlantic ocean do you mean seas coming from a true Brit... I would say Salt water oceans
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Alaska has the most lakes, with over 3 million lakes. In the contiguous US, Minnesota is advertised as the state with over 10,000 lakes, but Michigan has over 62,000 natural and man-made lakes.
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A hypothesis is a testable prediction about some kind of phenomena. Regarding a river full of garbage, a good hypothesis might be, 'When the river is heavily polluted, the fish in the river will die.'
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Mediterranean Sea
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The Danube is the longest river of all running through Germany. But IN Germany the Rhine is the longest river.
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In the US, Lake Superior is the largest lake.Lake Michigan is the largest lake that is actually in the US.Lake Superior is larger but it's impossible to credit it as largestsince a good deal of it is in another country, namely Canada.
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Answer Most of them are, but there are many that are not, like every mud puddle you ever spashed in. There are many others: Crater Lake, The Salton Sea, Mono Lake, The Dead Sea, Great Salt Lake...virtually all salty inland bodies of water are cutoff.
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The fifth ocean was named in 2000 by the International Hydrographic Organization, who decided that the Southern Ocean (sometimes called the Great Southern Ocean), which completely surrounds Antarctica, should comprise the southern portions of the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Pacific Ocean. (The…
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The Dead Sea. Nothing grows there nothing can live in it.
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it hydroates the skin and keeps it clean so drink water those who don't! :)
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Connecticut
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it flows into the Caspian Sea
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Rain drop, ocean, river, sea, lake, puddle, glass full ( half or full), estuary, creek, brook, swamp, bog, stream, sewer, glacier, cloud, bay, straits, pool, inlet, spring, tear.
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According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics the top five seaports in total tonnage are: South Louisiana LA , Houston TX, New York NY/NJ, Long Beach CA, Beaumont TX
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Answer Lake Volta in the west African nation of Ghana. Formed in 1965 by the construction of the Akosombo Dam, the lake now covers an area of 8,502sqkm.
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Answer The glaciers at the head of the valley which are the source of Lake Louise's water grind up the limestone into a fine glacial silt known as "rockflour". This flows into the lake and makes it look blue.
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saltwater, because oceanic bays are water that is salty. bays in most lakes are freshwater.
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One cubic meter equates to 61,023.74 cubic inches.
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put mouse over area and use centre dial on mouse to lower land - this automatically creates water. To make a hill turn dial he other way. Hope this helps.Another way via laptopThe way i do it is, I go to the terrain editor, the one that changes the shape of the ground. Then i press shift and hold do…
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An estuary is the mouth of a river or part of a river that is at sea level that has freshwater at low tides and salt water at high tides. They are usually enclosed and sometimes when water rushes in with the high tide it can create a tidal bore, or a wave, that will keep going until its energy is sp…
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The largest waterfall is the Victoria Falls.
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The group could be called an archipelago. An extended line (e.g. from volcanoes) would be an island chain.
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The Roe River The shortest river in the world is Dasmariñas river in Cavite, Philippines,andit measures 4 metres long. The Roe River in Great Falls, Montana at Giant Springs State Park measuring at 201 meters long and flows into the Missouri River.
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The Bay of Bengal is the deepest bay in the world at average depth of 1.6 miles. The maximum depth is 3 miles.
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The word gulf is a noun that means a sea inlet with a narrow mouth, mostly surrounded by land. A famous gulf is the Gulf of Mexico. Some synonyms for gulf are cove, basin, and bayou.
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Early English Settlements Because it was a long term source of water, and the easiest and fastest mode of travel, as well as a source of food. Almost all settlements and even modern cities are located near water for the reasons cited above. It was the easiest and cheapest means of transport at t…
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The largest sea creature is the Great Blue Whale. They can be up to 33 meters (108 feet) long and weigh up to 172 metric tons. Not only is it the largest sea creature in the world, it is also the largest animal that has ever lived.
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1 (cubic meter) = 35.3146667 cubic feet.
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a canal. another answer for desert waterway is arroyo (Spanish for brook) the answer your looking for could be straits. strait...
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a narror water body that joins two large water bodies and separates two land masses
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A lagoon forms when a body of water is enclosed behind a barrier reef. It can also form together with the formation of an atoll, it being the body of water in the middle of the atoll. A lagoon is a body of comparatively shallow salt or brackish water separated from the deeper sea.
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The Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden, the Persian Gulf, and the Gulf of Oman all surround the Arabian Peninsula.
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In respect to the Civil War that was a seminal event in American History, the two rivers that served as highways of prime importance to Northern and Southern armies in the Western Theater (in the first half of the war) were the Mississippi and Tennessee. In the war's first two years, numerous confli…
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High specific heat capacity: Water remains in a liquid state over a large temperature range (0oC to 100oC) so it provides a suitable environment for aquatic life. Density of frozen water: Ice is less dense than liquid water; this is because the water molecules move apart to form the maximum number …
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the longest river in U.S is Missouri of 2,540miles and in the world its nile of 4,132miles
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