How much precipitation does the Arctic get?
10cm. each year
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there is usually 2 inches a year just in precipitation in a swampland area. to my calculations there are many different swamps around the world. mostly they have that amount of precipitation.
The Arctic Fox weighs between 6-18lbs depending largly on how much food it eats over the winter. Between 2 to 9kg which is 5 to 20lbs Artic Fox can weight up to 6.5-21 lbs. 9-12 pounds 9-12 pounds It is actually 6-18 pounds. Between 2 to 9kg which is 5 to 20lbs
You don't specify which model of Prowler. I did run across this on the UTV guide website:\nThe 2009 Arctic Cat Prowler XTZ 1000 side by side was introduced to dealers at the 2008 Arctic Cat Dealer Expo in Thief River Falls, birthplace of Arctic Cat. Arctic Cat claims 188 ft. lb. at the crankshaft. …and a rumored 70+ horsepower. (MORE)
Kansas has broad variations in precipitation, with the amount steadily decreasing from the east to the west. Most eastern - more than 36 inches Mid portion - 20 to 28 inches Most western portion - less than 20 inches Source: Answers.com
Rainforests are subject to heavy rainfall, at least 80 inches (2,000 mm), and in some areas over 430 inches (10,920 mm) of rain each year. This is the AVERAGE rainforest, I'm not entirely sure whether or not it also pertains to the Amazon.
go to http://science.jrank.org/pages/2857/Freshwater.html if its not there then ill get another website but it has some information about this biome
There isn't much rainfall in the arctic, about 6 to 10 inches a year including melted snow. Some of the worlds greatest desert get more rainfall than that. Much of the arctic has rain and fog in the summer. Even though there is very low rainfall the arctic lands can be very wet underfoot because the… moisture evaporates very slowly and the drainage conditions are poor. . D. (MORE)
The Arctic region receives about 6 to 10 inches of rainfall eachyear. The Arctic region has short summers and very long coldwinters.
how much horsepower an arctic cat can have is just pending on the type of sled you got, like my sled is a 2008 arctic cat crossfire 1000 and its displacement is 999cc, 2-stroke, 162hp so its all pending on the type of sled that your riding or wanting to buy..
The Sahara Desert is the driest desert in the world. It is also theworld's largest desert. This desert area receives less than oneinch of rainfall annually.
Because Antarctica is a polar region -- a polar desert, in fact --there is no precipitation, it has no lakes or rivers and is in factthe driest continent. Average temperatures in the Antarctic interior get down to -70degrees Celsius during the winter months and -35 degrees Celsius inthe warmer month…s. The coastal temperatures are much warmer with a range of -15 to -32Celsius in Winter and -5 to +5 Celsius in Summer. The interior of Antarctica is considered the world's driest desertbecause the extreme cold freezes water vapour out of the air. Annual snowfall on the polar plateau is equivalent to less than 5cm of rain. There is some snow on the Antarctic Peninsula, which can receivethe equivalent in snow of around 8" of water a year, while theinterior receives around 2". (MORE)
YOU THINK I KNOW HOW MUCH AN OCEAN WEIGHS!!!! Ok. It weighs alot. LIKE A LOT!!! I mean who tried putting the ocean on a scale!? serioulsy! these people are nuts. Now for the real answer. It weighs over 500 tons. Hope this helps!
Because Antarctica is a polar desert region, there is virtually noprecipitation, it has no lakes or rivers and is in fact the driestcontinent. The interior of Antarctica is considered the world'sdriest desert because the extreme cold freezes water vapour out ofthe air. . Annual snowfall on the pol…ar plateau is equivalent to less than 5cm of rain.. (MORE)
A desert is described as an area that receives less than 10 inches(250 mm) of rainfall on average in a year. Some deserts receivevirtually no precipitation for years at a time.
Depends on the situation. In most cases, high pressure means little or no precipitation. However, sometimes afternoon heating can cause stray thunderstorms to develop even under high pressure. There's also an "overrunning" factor in which low pressure or a trough in the upper atmosphere can cause wa…rmer air to move on top of a cool high pressure that's at ground level. That can cause precipitation to develop in areas of very high surface air pressure.There are also little or no clouds (MORE)
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In March 2010, the total Arctic sea ice volume was 20,300 km3 - the lowest March value for total sea ice volume over the 1979-2009 period.
The females weigh 80 - 140 pounds and the males are typically 175 - 176 pounds. About 175 pounds. up to 175 lb
Well, it depends what area your talking about.Most of Kentucky gets about 32-48 inches of rain. But the southwest and mid-south get about 80 inches. Her's a map, but its kinda hard to read... Hope I was help-Katybug
Benthic zones vary widely in the amount precipitation received. Itdepends on the area in which the zone is located and weather it isclose to other types of zones.
The answer is unknown as most desserts don't last for more than a week, let alone a year, save for fruitcake. If rum is considered a type of precipitation, then it might get up to around an inch of "rum rain" depending on who makes it.
I've done much research, and found many breeders that sell many different fox species, including artic. Roughly, artics come out to being in the $600 area, as they are so desireable. But please, before you consider buying one, do research on the animal as a pet. Study their behaviors, and learn the…ir temperments, diets, ect. before even considering a fox as a pet. Make sure that the fox is something that you will comit your whole being to. They are much different than a dog or cat. REMEMBER: Just because you want a fox, doesn't mean you are right for one. (MORE)
its gets sunlight for half the year and its always sunny night and day but the tempiture only changes about 3 degrees Celsius to 7 to 17 degrees Celsius :}
Moist warm air comes out of the maritime islands and collides withthe colder are on the continent. When the air masses meet,precipitation follows.
You might as well ask how much precipitation the earth gets, because it's nearly the same range. Parts of the Gobi Desert average less than an inch of precipitation, while parts in the southeast and in Himalayan Valleys impacted by the monsoon receive well over 100 inches. In general, there's quite …a lot of precipitation near the ocean in the southeast and east, and very little as you go west, especially over the Tibetan Plateau and obviously the Gobi Desert. (MORE)
All of it eventually returns, but if it goes into the groundwater system it may take hundreds of thousands of years. Otherwise, it generally either evaporates or runs in to rivers that take it to the ocean within a matter of days or weeks, if it falls deep in a continent.
A desert, any desert, is defined as a region that receives lessthan 10 inches (250 mm) of precipitation per year.
Depends. During summer - quite a lot. During winter - none at all. There's not a sunrise in months.
An arctic wolf (Canis lupus arctos) can go a week without eating. Although, when it does eat, can consume 45 kg of meat in one siding.
For a family of arctic foxes, the parents may have to catch over 100 lemmings PER DAY to keep their young fed.
Polar climates get do not typically get precipitation. Do to thecold and the lack of moisture in the air they are usually drierclimates.
Tropical air is warm and moist due to high sea water evaporation.Polar air is cold and dry due to less evaporation taking place. Anyrain is likely to fall as snow in the polar regions.
Antarctica is considered a desert , withannual precipitation of only 200 mm (8 inches) along thecoast and far less inland.
A desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches(250 mm) of rain on average per year. Some deserts receivevirtually no precipitation.
The Mojave averages about 5 inches of rain per year. Parts of theMojave, especially DEath Valley, receive much less.
It would all depend on the model such as zr, zl, z,firecat, or the new sno pros. Typically zl and zr will have about the same horsepower which will be around 80-100, a z will have much higher horsepower but much less speed, it will have around 100 at a mid to low. A firecat will depend on the year, …in 2003 the firecats had 103 horsepower (more than any other year) but any other year would be in the same zr and zl range. And now finally the sno pro, this cat will have about the same zr, zl, and firecat range. I hope this answered your question. By the way, I'm only 12 but I spend hours talking with my dad about this stuff (MORE)
Antarctica's average humidity is about five percent. For acontinent which is the size of USA and Mexico combined, this makesAntarctica a desert. On the northern coasts, there may be as muchas eight inches of precipitation per year, and elsewhere,precipitation is negligible.
No much. Average humidity on the continent is five percent. It is the driest continent on earth.
Tornadoes do not produce precipitation and they typically form in the rain free portion of their parent storms. A tornado is defined a a violently rotating column of air in contact with the ground and the cloud base of a thunderstorm. So as long as it meets this definition and has winds strong eno…ugh to cause damage it is a tornado. (MORE)
Tornadoes do not produce precipitation. Tornadoes are usually often accompanied by precipitation, but the amount is not related to the strength of the tornado.
A desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches(250 mm) of precipitation per year on average.
Each desert has its own weather statistics. However, a desert isdefined as a region that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) ofrain on average per year. Some deserts receive virtually norainfall.
Very little. Remember, the air there is cold ... thus there is little moisture in the air.
Deserts are defined as regions that receive less than 10 inches(250 mm) of precipitation per year on average. Some deserts receivevirtually no precipitation, however.
They get a minimum of 36 inches and a maximum of 55. . See the related link. .
Every desert has its own precipitation statistics. However, a desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) of precipitation per year on average.
The Arctic is a sea bed: Antarctica is a continent, and a desert with less than five percent humidity. Snow in the Arctic collects on sea ice or melts when it falls into the Arctic Ocean. There is no snow in Antarctica, rather ice crystals that blow in the constant wind.
Antarctica is the driest continent on earth with less than five percent humidity. It is not known for its precipitation -- during any month.
Tornadoes form during severe thunderstorms called supercells, whichoften produce heavy rain and sometimes large hail. The tornadoitself often develops in a rain-free part of the storm, but mayalso be shrouded in heavy rain. Rainfall rates can exceed an inchper hour.
Average humidity on Antarctica is about five percent. Annualprecipitation is minimal -- single digit inches -- and mostprecipitation evaporates or freezes before hitting the ground.