Asked in Colonial America
Why were the first colonies located along the Atlantic coast?
It provided water for easy transportation to and from Europe. (They wouldnt go to the west coast its to far away) ...
Asked in Australia, South Australia, Western Australia
What body of water is between Western Australia and South Australia?
The body of water which lies between Western Australia and South Australia along the southern coast is the Great Australian Bight. ...
Asked in Travel & Places, Bodies of Water
What is a river of water within a larger body of water called?
It is called a current, or occasionally a stream (e.g. the Gulf Stream that travels along the US coast and carries warmer water to northern Europe). ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Oceans and Seas
Which body of water forms the southern boundary of Europe?
The Mediterranean Sea is the body of water that forms the southern boundary of Europe. If a person crosses the Mediterranean Sea to the south they will reach the continent of Africa. ...
Asked in Travel & Places
Body of water borders the western coast of Europe?
The biggest body of water that borders Europe on the western coast is Atlantic ocean and it's seas and bays, including Bay of Biscay, North Sea and Norwegian Sea. ...
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities
Why are so many European cities located along the coast?
Older civilizations were built along the coast or a major water system. That is because water is essential for life, so civilizations were built along water for easy access. Today, it is easier to transport drinking water, so a city can exist almost anywhere. ...