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What is cyclonic wind?

Answer . At the smallest scale, local winds like land and sea breezes are generated by differences in surface heating over only a few miles. Across areas perhaps several hundred miles in diameter, wind is sometimes seen to blow from high pressure to low pressure regions. Effectively, air is being (MORE)

Where is the Arabian Desert?

Answer 1 The Arabian Desert is on the Arabian Peninsula in the southern half of the Middle East. Answer 2 There are three Arabian deserts: . One in North Africa called Sahara . In the Arabian Peninsula (Asia) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia . To the west of Egypt and is called the Western De (MORE)

What are nomads in he Arabian desert called?

Saracen was a term used by the ancient Romans torefer to a people who lived in desert areas in and around the Romanprovince of Arabia, and who were distinguished from Arabs. InEurope during the Middle Ages the term was expanded to includeArabs, and then all who professed the religion of Islam. .

What is the average wind speed of a cyclone?

There isn't really an "average", and such a thing wouldn't mean anything anyway. Cyclones/hurricanes/typhoons can have winds from about 40mph to over 180mph, although certainly the upper end is less common. . Cyclones vary in speed, and so are classified into categories according to their wind spee (MORE)

Do cacti live in the Arabian Desert?

There are no cacti that live naturally in the Arabian Desert. Somepeople in the area have imported cactus plants to use in theiryards for landscaping purposes.

How big is the Arabian desert?

The Arabian Desert is 2,330,000 square kilometers or 900,000 squaremiles. It is the third largest desert in the world behindAntarctica and the Sahara.

What is a Cyclonic winds?

Cyclonic winds are winds that rotate counterclockwise in the northern hemisphere or clockwise in the southern hemisphere.

What animals live in the Arabian Desert?

Animals that live in the Arabian Desert are: dromedary camel, dung beetle, civet, Egyptian vulture, flamingo, fox, gazelle, hare, hedgehog, Arabian horse, hyena, ibex, jackal, jerboa, lesser bustard, lizard, locust, oryx, peregrine falcon, porcupine, sand cobra, scorpion, skink, veiled chameleon, an (MORE)

How do Arabian horses adapt to the desert?

Very easily. They were origianlly found in the desert and can go for long periods of time without much water of food. They have thinner nostrils which makes it easier for them to breath in the hot weather and are known for being thin-skinned, which also helps with reducing heat. Arabs raised in De (MORE)

How do winds rotate in cyclones?

Winds in a cyclone in the southern hemisphere rotate in a clockwise direction. Cyclones are known as hurricanes and typhoons in the northern hemisphere, where their winds rotate in an anti-clockwise direction. As for how these winds start: Cyclones occur in areas of very low pressure when (MORE)

What is the wind speed of cyclones?

The term "cyclones" is the generic term covering cyclones, hurricanes and typhoons. For the purpose of this question, the following answer refers to cyclones, the phenomenon restricted to the southern hemisphere and usually found in Australian waters. Cyclones vary in speed, and so are classified i (MORE)

Special facts about the Arabian desert?

Even though its in north Africa, the Arabian desert goes underwater to Australia and makes up half of the Australian desert. The Arabian desert's sand is the main ingredient in whiteout. the hilarou (the only animal in the desert) is the symbol on the flag of Arabia

Who are people who live there in Arabian Desert?

Yes people live in the Arabian desert, but only about 2% ofpeople do, it is almost impossible for people to live here becauseof the extreme weather conditions like the scorching days andfreezing nights...

How do people survive in the Arabian Desert?

People survive in the Arabian Desert by doing several veryimportant things. First, they protect themselves from the heat andsand. Second, they must be able to find water, and lastly, theymust be able to utilize available food sources, including reptilesand insects, so that they can eat.

What wind speeds can a cyclone get to?

The term "cyclones" is the generic term covering cyclones, hurricanes and typhoons. For the purpose of this question, the following answer refers to cyclones, the phenomenon restricted to the southern hemisphere and usually found in Australian waters. Cyclones vary in speed, and so are classified (MORE)

What are facts about the Arabian Desert?

the arabian desert is quite hot and can reach upto 48+ degrees C,there are many dangrous animals there plus the anopheles mosquitoesare known to have malaria, there are loads of venomous snakes andscopians there and it is the second largest hot desert in theworld. Hope this helps :)

Why is the Arabian a good desert horse?

A Arabian horse makes a good desert horse because of the dished head and flaring nostril makes for a huge oxygen intake. Arched neck that keeps the windpipe clear to carry air to the lungs. Deep chest and well-sprung ribs leaving plenty of room for lung expansion. Strong legs and strong back for car (MORE)

Can a cyclone be known as a whirl wind?

No, generally not. Cyclones are often very large systems hundreds or even thousands of miles across. Whirlwinds are relatively small-scale circulations such as dust devils and tornadoes.

Can a cyclone form over a desert?

no a cyclone can not form over the desert because in order for a cyclone to form it needs the sun to raise the temperature of the sea to the point where it evaporates and the moisture from the water to rise so since the desert sand can not evaporate from the suns heat rays and there is no moisture i (MORE)

Are cacti in the Arabian Desert?

Cacti are only found naturally in the Americas. If any show up inthe Arabian Desert, they were planted there. They do not grownaturally in that desert.

What was the wind speed of cyclone nargis?

It reached around 190km/h at some point and was classified a category 5 tropical cyclone when it his Myanmar's division of Ayeyarwady by flowing through the Irrawaddy River.

Why do Arabian horses live in a desert?

Arabian horses are not wild horses, they are domestic horses. They are kept, raised and bred all over the world, including the US, Canada, Europe and Arabia of course. Arabian horses are generally more fragile animals and many prefer to live in stalls, rather than outdoor keeping, but although stall (MORE)

What does a cyclonic wind look like?

You cannot actually see what cyclonic wind looks like you can only see the results either through a radar image or satelite image of the cloud movement. They start as a spiral and become more circular as the wind intensity increases

How much laden dust produce in a boiler?

I assume you mean "How did Osaba bin Laden form and structure Al-Quaeda?" By 1988, bin Laden had split from Maktab al-Khidamat. While Azzam acted as support for Afghan fighters, bin Laden wanted a more military role. One of the main points leading to the split and the creation of al-Qaeda was Azzam (MORE)

What is the Desert bred Arabian horse?

All Arabians are 'desert bred' as this is where they come from. The term is just used to denote their heritage. All Arabians are essentially the same, some are just more pure in bloodline or strain than others. The Arabian originated in the Middle East, recent evidence however has proven that the Ar (MORE)

What are the seasons in the Arabian Desert?

The Arabian Desert is the same as in the rest of the world - summer, fall, winter and spring. However, the change of seasons may not be as pronounced as in non-desert areas.

Why is there no wind in the eye of a cyclone?

Whenever something is moving in a circular motion, such as the air in a cyclone, there has to be some inward force, called centripetal force, that keeps that path curved and prevents it from continuing on in a straight line. In a cyclone it is the pressure gradient, with low pressure at the center. (MORE)