Common symptoms of IBC include:
Redness of the breast: Redness involving part or all of the breast is a hallmark of inflammatory breast cancer. Sometimes the redness comes and goes.
Swelling of the breast: Part of or all of the breast may be swollen, enlarged, and hard.
Warmth: The breast may feel …
From the spectrum of the visible light water absorb red, orange,
yellow and green radiations. And the result is that we see the blue
and violet radiations. Red, orange, yellow and green radiations
have longer wavelengths than blue, indigo and violet radiations.
The depth of water and variation of co…
Yes, the Red Sea is continuously spreading which results in the subsidence of the seafloor. Therefore, the depth is going to increase.
Due to plate tectonics.
GBR in Australia Improved Answer There are many locations which rival the Great Barrier reef, the barrier reef is impressive for its sheer size. The question itself is a bit subjective. Sipadan in Malaysia has a fantastic reputation for pristine reef and sea life.
The lingering effects of colonial boundaries undermined efforts to build stable, democratic economies and states through out African states.
The Mimosa tree (Albizia julibrissin) also known as Silk Tree or Pink Siris will grow well in warm climates.
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The Red Sea got its name from a phenomenon caused by a type of
algae called Trichodesmium Erythraeum, which is found in the sea.
When these algae blooms die off the blue-green color of sea appears
to change to reddish-brown color.
Humans pollute the oceans along with garbage and all that bad stuff. we put our poo in the waterplop!!!!!!!
Because God made it Blue
Water absorb long wavelengths of radiation as red, orange, yellow
and green; reflection and refraction in water are not so important.
And as consequence all we see is the remaining blue radiation.
Religious interpretation is only stupid.
They would actually scream and panic as their fellow swimmer has died?
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There are a number of possible explainations:
This sea is called the "Red Sea" because:
The Red Sea splits into two at its northern end into the Gulf of
Suez, and the Gulf of Aqaba. The name originally applied to the
Gulf of Aqaba, which bordered the land of Edom, which means "red".
The Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the world's oceans, and the lowest elevation of the surface of the Earth's crust. It is currently estimated to be up to 10,971 m (35,994 ft) deep. It is located in the western Pacific Ocean, to the east of the Mariana Islands. The trench is about 2,550 kilom…
sea is small part of water while ocean is larger then sea and always liquid mix easily so sea and ocean water mix with each other
Winter is warm with cool nights, and summer is hot, but rain is
incredibly rare. No rainfall, but high temperatures means no
No. Lyon is an inland city.
Well, actually, Jehovah God parted the Red Sea. Moses led the people across. On the other side they sang praises to Jehovah, not to Moses.
The Biblical parting of the sea did not occur on the "Red Sea", but in the "Reed Sea"
Exodus 14:10-31 (King James Version)
10And when Pharaoh drew nigh, the children of Israel lifted up their…
No it is not really red. On occasion an algae in the water may
discolour it and it may look slightly red, but this is probably not
the reason why it is called the Red Sea.
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The Suez Canal
The smallest sea
The Sea of Marmara, connecting the Black and Mediterranean Seas, is probably the smallest 'sea' - it has an area of 11,350 km².
No. The Sea of Marmara has an area of 11,350 km²; the Read Sea an area of 450,000 km².
the red sea is a sea that borders saudi arabia to the east of egypt
to the west and it the place where Moses led the slaves to freedom
while walking through the water. (in christian religion and the ten
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the colour of sea water is grey. It looks blue but that's the sky relecting onto it!niamh aged 9the colour of sea water is grey. It looks blue but that's the sky relecting onto it!niamh aged 9the colour of sea water is grey. It looks blue but that's the sky relecting onto it!niamh aged 9
The Red Sea is in the Middle East, part of the Indian Ocean and is between Africa and Asia. In its north end, is the Gulf of Eilat and Aqaba, its east is Jordan and Saudi-Arabia and Yemen, and to the west, Egypt, Sudan and Eritrea.
The Red Sea is a narrow sea of water which just about separates
because Jesus Christ took the sand of the dead sea and placed on a person who had a disease and he was healed The high salt content in the water ensures there is no life in the waters resulting in a dead (lifeless) sea.
The Red Sea and the Dead Sea are two separate bodies of water. The Red Sea separates Africa from Asia. It is a large inlet of the Indian Ocean. The Dead Sea is a large saltwater lake bordering Israel, Jordan and the West Bank. It is made after the river Jordan flows from the Sea of Gallilae down t…
The Mediterranean Sea is the larger at 2,501,000 km2 (965,000 mi2), against the Red Seas 438,000 km2 (169,100 mi2).
Sudden blood flow (if running quickly, for example), allergies / hives, being cold, getting cold / warming up too quickly, circulation problems.
The Central Trough is the deepest point in the Red Sea with a depth of 2,211 metres (7,254 feet or 1.37 miles). It runs straight down the centre of the Red Sea hence the 'Central Trough'.
The Dead Sea is around 8.6 times more salty than a ocean. This salinity makes for a harsh environment where animals cannot flourish, because they cannot drink it, hence its name.
Answer: It is called dead because it is thought to be without life by most people. There is however some algae that ac…
It is a salt lake between Jordan and Israel that is extremely
salty. Only some types of bacteria and algae can survive there.
All sorts of marine life, from fish, whales and krill to sharks, rays, corals, seahorses, octopuses, crabs, seals, penguins, dolphins, porpoises, crayfish, etc.
A fez is red and looks like a bucket.
The Red Sea, an arm of the Indian Ocean, is entirely saltwater.
You'll find there are more than two.......Are you including the Red sea and the Mediteranian?Incidentally, a "cape" is the point on land where two seas meet.
about 7600ft (2300m)
Water is blue because it weakly absorbs the red end of the light spectrum well, just like other blue items. The degree it absorbs the red is very difficult to perceive with small amounts of water, which is why a glass of water is colorless.
It is a common misconception that water is transparent or…
During the reign of Necho c.650BC
The Suez Canal connects the Mediterranean and Red Seas.
Jesus A human being's appointed time for receiving an inner vision, of pure white light, with Jesus in the middle prior to seeing Red and prior to the wilderness experience. During the moment of extreme chaos, this inner vision is each person's reminder of the only Name a person may cry to that can…
Scholars are uncertain about the orgin of the seas name.
If you want more information, Look up Red Sea in your world book OR Look it up on www.worldbook.com
Well the water isn't red all the time but sometimes it can appear to be. It got its name from a phenomenon caused by an algae called Tr…
Egypt is the country that borders both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Israel is also said to touch both the Mediterranean and Red Seas as well, but this is inexact. Israel has access to the Red Sea by way of the Gulf of Aqabah and not directly as Egypt does. So strictly speaking, Israel onl…
the red sea is salt water. most plants can't grow in salt water
The oceans and seas that border Africa are:
The following countries partially border or touch the Red Sea Eastern shore: o Saudi Arabia o Yemen Northern shore: o Egypt o Israel* o Jordan* Southern shore: o Djibouti o Eritrea o Somalia* Western shore: o Egypt o Eritrea o Sudan Click on the link below to see an image of the Red …
The Bosphorus which is also known as Istanbul Straits leads into the Black Sea. The Bosphorus also separates Europe and Asia.
African and Arabian
The Red Sea has existed for a long time. Many things have happened
there, both in human history and prehistoric times.
Marianas Trench in the western Pacific Ocean, more than 11 kilometres or 7 miles deep.
to the east of Egypt
The Red Sea is between Africa (Egypt) and Asia.
The Red Sea is located to the Northwest of Asia . It is a strip of
water that is quite long and it parts off into two little tiny
strips at the top. It is to the right of Egypt .
its located in Arabian peninsula near gulf of Arabia
GD parted it, but Moses used his hand...
19 Then the angel of God, who had been traveling in front of Israel's army, withdrew and went behind them. The pillar of cloud also moved from in front and stood behind them, 20 coming between the armies of Egypt and Israel. Throughout the night t…
Near the red sea.
Ex 14:21-22 Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea, and all that night the LORD drove the sea back with a strong east wind and turned it into dry land. The waters were divided, and the Israelites went through the sea on dry ground, with a wall of water on their right and on their left. NIV
No European countries border the Red Sea.
The Red Sea and the Mediterranean sea.
the red sea is north east of sudan.
The two are linked by the Suez Canal.
its El Quseir.
Saudi Arabia and Egypt and Yemen
Egypt is the correct answer, because Egypt is in between libya and the red sea
Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, and Djibouti.
The Hebrews and Moses went through the sea on dry land.
Exodus 14:21-22 (King James Version)
21And Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the LORD caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided.
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen are the Middle Eastern countries that border the Red Sea.Additionally, Israel and Jordan have outlets on the Gulf of Aqabah which is an arm of the Red Sea, but not the Red Sea itself.
if you read the bible god named the red sea i think! It takes its name from algae that grows in the sea and certain times of the year turns red
France is connected to the Atlantic Ocean.
No ocean surrounds France. It is bordered in the west by the Atlantic Ocean, in the North by the English Channel (La Manche) and in the South by the Mediterranean Sea.
The Mediterranean Sea
Several bodies of water separate Africa and Southwest Asia. Moving
from northwest to southeast, they are: the Mediterranean Sea, the
Suez Canal, the Gulf of Suez, the Red Sea, the Strait of Bab
al-Mandeb, the Gulf of Aden, and the Indian Ocean.
the Suez Canal
the Suez Canal
In 1 cubic metre of the red sea you can extract 35kg of salt!!
Hope this helps
how many cubic meters in the red sea?
Red Sea peninsula is a popular clue for crossword puzzles. The
answer is Sinai. The Sinai Peninsula is located in Egypt and covers
a total of 23,000 square miles.
the depest point on earth is mariana trench
No, it is entirely saltwater.
The red sea is near Egypt and Asia. The mineral-rich red mountain ranges inspired the mariners of antiquity to name it the Red Sea. Today, the ancient ports are better known as some of the best diving and fishing resorts in the world. The Red Sea is a seawater inlet of the Indian Ocean, lying betwee…
The Mediterranean sea is a mostly enclosed sea that has limited exchange of water with outer oceans and where the water circulation is dominated by salinity and temperatue difference rather than winds whilethe red sea runs along the North Eastern Edge of Africa. Some archeologist's suggest that it i…
The Red sea is of the Indian ocean between Africa and Asia.The connection to the ocean is in the south through the bab el maneb sound and the Gulf od aden.. In the north are the sinai peninsula, the gulf of agaba , and the gulf of Suez leading to the suec canal.Hope this helps!
It separates Africa from Asia.
The Sinai peninsula.
Northern and Eastern Hemisphere
yes, it does
the Mediterranean sea , the Indian ocean, and the Atlantic ocean also border Africa