What are Netherlands minerals?
The Netherlands has a large gas field in the North in slochteren, one of the biggest in the world.
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Answer . The Netherlands is situated in northwest Europe with much of its coastline facing eastern England. Between the Netherlands and England you'll find the Northsea. Th…e Netherlands lies to the west of Germany and to the north of Belgium. It's located at the Northwest of Europe North of Belgium and East of Germany.
It's a country in Europe. The Netherlands borders Germany andBelgium.
A mineral cannot be organic. A mineral cannot be made by or composed of life forms.
Every solid, naturally occuring object you see around you contains minerals.
In Dutch, the language is called Nederlands (literally: Netherlandish ), which derives from the name Nederland . The origin of the word Nederlands is Dutch, but not so m…uch the usage of the name itself. Of course, nether ('low') could simply refer to the geographical characteristics of the land, both flat and down river. Then, it merely describes the geographic situation. However, it might be observed that the specification neder- today sounds German rather than Dutch, and is cognate with German nieder as opposed to ober- ('upper'). One may liken this usage to the distinction between "upper" and "lower" in other geographical designations, like Upper and Lower Austria or Upper and Lower Silesia; it has nothing to do with the fact that part of the present-day Netherlands is a low-lying area.
A country in Western Europe. And it still is.
You can go sightseeing all around the Netherlands. I would recomend the CoBrA Museum. If you want to stay a few days and you have tons of money, you can go to the Softile the …Grand hotel..
minerals such as gold diamonds copper silver and iron are found in holland
they dug for coal or gold or dimonds
yes, all 33 miners got out safe and sound..
'Nederland' is an archaic Dutch word for 'low country'. 'The LowCountries' is an old term for the Netherlands and part ofBelgium. . Low Countries might refer to how low the N…etherlands actuallyare: more than 50% of the Netherlands are below sea-level. The namecould also refer to the countries being down-river: the river Rhineand some others have their delta in the Netherlands. It could alsohave been a geographical term to distinguish it from certain'upper' countries.
A miner is a person who extracts ore, coal, or otherminerals from the earth