What is the topography of Algeria?
The Tell, located on the coast, comprises fertile plains 50-100 miles wide, with a moderate climate and adequate rain. Two major chains of Atlas Mountains, running roughly east to west, and reaching 7,000 feet, enclose a dry plateau region. Below lies the Sahara, mostly desert with major mineral resources.
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Answer Algeria is located in the far north of Africa. TheMediterrannean Sea forms its northern border with Morocco to thewest and Tunisia and Libya to the east. Mauritania, Ma…li, and Nigerare to the south. Much of Algeria is covered by the Sahara Desert. See Web Links for a world location map of Algeria. more: aboutalgeria.com/2014/06/where-is-algeria.html
Topography is the shape or configuration of the land, its physicalfeatures represented on a map by contour lines, hypsometric tints,and relief shading. Topography has several… related meanings : . Detailed, precise description of a place or region. . Graphic representation of the surface features of a place orregion on a map, indicating their relative positions andelevations. . A description or an analysis of a structured entity, showingthe relations among its components: In the topography of theeconomy, several depressed areas are revealed. . The surface features of a place or region. . The surface features of an object: The topography of acrystal. . The surveying of the features of a place or region. . The study or description of an anatomical region or part of thebody.
Pretty flat. Its only mountainous in the top region
i do not know what topography means can some one help me/the physical characteristics - valleys, hills etc
England has hills, low plains. and mountains. There are rivers,valleys, stark cliff faces, and rolling downs as part of itstopography.
Neptune's Topography, well since Neptune is just a giant ball of water, there really isn't a surface, once you would enter Neptune, you would go through miles of clouds to rea…ch the surface, which would really be the Core of the planet .
Well on the adverage geographic book, it shows different parts of the world on scale from below sea level and above sea level.So basicly it's the best with everything in one.
Italy is very mountonious with plains. The alps are in Italy and so are other mountain ranges.
Mountains in the western one-third of the state; eastern two-thirds gently rolling northern great plains.
With a territory of 110,994 square kilometers (42,855 sq mi), Bulgaria ranks as the 16th-largest country in Europe. Several mountainous areas define the landscape, most notabl…y the Stara Planina (Balkan) and Rodopi mountain ranges, as well as the Rila range, which includes the highest peak in the Balkan region, Musala. In contrast, the Danubian plain in the north and the Upper Thracian Plain in the south represent Bulgaria's lowest and most fertile regions. The 378-kilometer (235 mi) Black Sea coastline covers the entire eastern bound of the country. Geographically and in terms of climate, Bulgaria features notable diversity, with the landscape ranging from the Alpine snow-capped peaks in Rila, Pirin and the Balkan Mountains to the mild and sunny Black Sea coast; from the typically continental Danubian Plain (ancient Moesia) in the north to the strong Mediterranean climatic influence in the valleys of Macedonia and in the lowlands in the southernmost parts of Thrace. Bulgaria comprises portions of the separate regions known in classical times as Moesia, Thrace, and Macedonia. About 30% of the land is made up of plains, while plateaus and hills account for 41%. The mountainous southwest of the country has two alpine ranges-Rila and Pirin-and further east stand the lower but more extensive Rhodope Mountains. The Rila range includes the highest peak of the Balkan Peninsula, Musala, at 2,925 meters (9,596 ft); the Balkan mountain chain runs west-east through the middle of the country, north of the Rose Valley. Hilly countryside and plains lie to the southeast, along the Black Sea coast, and along Bulgaria's main river, the Danube, to the north. Strandzha forms the tallest mountain in the southeast. Few mountains and hills exist in the northeast region of Dobrudzha.
The country is landlocked and mountainous, much of it over 4,000 feet above sea level. The Hindu Kush Mountains, tower 16,000 feet above Kabul. and reach a height of 25,000 fe…et to the east. Trade with Pakistan flows through the 35-mile-long Khyber Pass. The climate is dry, with extreme temperatures, and there are large desert regions.
Apart from a narrow coastal plain, Albania consists of hills and mountains covered with scrub forest, cut by small east-west rivers.
High mountains and narrow valleys cover the country.
Four-fifths of Peninsular Malaysia is covered by rainforest and swamp. The northern regions are divided by a series of mountain ranges that rise abruptly from the wide, …flat coastal plains. The highest peaks, GunUng Tahan (2,190 m/7,185 ft) and Gunung Korbu (2,183 m/7,162 ft), are in the north central region. The main watershed follows a mountain range about 80 km (50 mi) inland, roughly parallel to the west coast. The rivers flowing to the east, south, and west of this range are swift and have cut some deep gorges, but on reaching the coastal plains they become sluggish. The western coastal plain contains most of the country's population and the main seaports, George Town (on the offshore Pulau Pinang) and Kelang (formerly Port Swettenham). The eastern coastal plain is mostly jungle and lightly settled. It is subject to heavy storms from the South China Sea and lacks natural harbors. Sarawak consists of an alluvial and swampy coastal plain, an area of rolling country interspersed with mountain ranges, and a mountainous interior. Rain forests cover the greater part of Sarawak. Many of the rivers are navigable. Sabah is split in two by the Crocker Mountains, which extend north and south some 48 km (30 mi) inland from the west coast, rising to over 4,100 m (13,450 ft) at Mt. Kinabalu, the highest point in Malaysia. Most of the interior is covered with tropical forest, while the western coastal area consists of alluvial flats making up the main rubber and rice land.
he Arctic is extremely diverse in terms of landscapes, varying frompack and drift ice to rugged shores, flat coastal plains, rollinghills and mountains surpassing 6000 metres …above sea level (Denali,6,194 m asl, in sub-arctic and boreal Alaska). The region hasrivers and lakes, tundra and the largest forests in the world (theRussian Taiga).