Asked in Environmental IssuesWetlands
3 reasons Why wetlands are being destroyed?
Asked in History of China, Ancient China
How did ancient china end?
3 reasons: 1. They lost a war with Britan 2. They lost a war with Japan 3. The got destroyed by natural disaster. 3 reasons: 1. They lost a war with Britan 2. They lost a war with Japan 3. The got destroyed by natural disaster. 3 reasons: 1. They lost a war with Britan 2. They lost a war with Japan 3. The got destroyed by natural disaster.
Is the golden lion tamarin's habitat being destroyed?
What are 3 specific wetlands or geographic regions where wetlands are located?
Asked in Global Warming, Air Pollution, Ozone Layer
What are 3 things that can happen as the ozone layer is being destroyed?
What are the release dates for Aqua Kids - 2005 Streams and Wetlands 5-3?
Asked in Environmental Issues, Ecosystems, Wetlands
3 reasons Why is wetland are important to ecosystem?
Natural wetlands are lands which, due to geological or ecological factors, have a natural supply of water-either from tidal flows, flooding rivers, connections with groundwater, or because they are perched above aquifers or potholes. Wetlands are covered or soaked for at least a part, and often all, of the year. This makes wetlands intermediaries between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. They are neither one or the other, and yet they are both.
Asked in Australia, Bodies of Water, Wetlands
What percentage of Australia is covered by wetlands?
It is difficult to give a straight answer. Despite being the driest continent on earth after Antarctica, Australia has 520 wetlands which are recognised by state authorities as being "important". Coastal and marine wetlands, which make up 161 of these recognised wetlands, make up 42% of the coastal strip. The coastal strip is roughly defined as a 3 km strip extending from marine waters inland. This coastal strip also includes very large areas of mangroves and tidal flats, mostly in northern Australia. The percentage of the coastal zone defined as wetlands varies from 64% in Northern Territory to 14% in Tasmania. There are also numerous wetlands areas inland, but many of these have dried up as a result of European settlement interrupting normal water flows. There are no readily available figures suggesting Australia's percentage of actual wetlands.
Asked in Science, Geology, English Language, Wetlands
What are the benefits of wetlands?
Asked in Agriculture
Does growing a crop better than filling in a swamp?
The answer is no, it is much better leave a wetland in it's nature state for the following three reasons: 1) Wetlands are good habitat for wildlife and native vegetation. 2) Wetlands help to recharge the water table in times of drought. 3) The soils associated with wetland are often saline and poor for agricultural application.
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2
What are the 3 main reasons for the Nazi's being so justify during the holocaust?
Asked in Physical Education
What are some good reasons for physical education?
What are 3 human activities that threaten the wetlands?
Asked in The Battle of Hastings, Monarchy, Essays
What where the 3 main reasons why the normans won the battle of hastings?
Asked in Peacocks and Peahens
If a peacock was proud what reasons would it have?
Asked in African-American History
What are the challenges people face when they are old?