How do desert regions of the US and Mexico get water supply?
Trough underground aquifers, extensive water lines spanning hundreds of miles or desalinization plants.
Yes, they can grow in the desert if there is a permanent water supply.
Because there is no water in polar regions
You mean tap water? Some regions in Mexico are quite hot and receive a great deal of heat from the sun. To cut on maintenance costs -- pumps could be damaged from overheating -- the municipality would rather pump water during the night. Besides, most homes and buildings in Mexico have a water cistern due to poor reliability on the water supply.
There are oases in many desert that have a permanent water supply, usually in the form of a spring.
An oasis is a location in the desert with a permanent water supply that allows more vegetation than the surrounding area.
An oasis is an area of the desert with a permanent water supply (usually a spring) and plant life.
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If there is no permanent water supply there can be no water lilies.
It can if you have enough irrigation water supply.
A River or an Oasis
An oasis is an area in the desert that has a permanent water supply and more vegetation than the surrounding desert.
Deserts are regions which receive such low levels of precipitation (rain) that there is not enough water for many types of plants to live there.
an oasis say it with me OASIS =\
Hydroponics requires less water than growth in soil, so it is more useful in desert regions.
The answer depends on whether you mean the Chihuahuan Desert as it occurs in the United States or the Chihuahuan Desert that extends deep into Mexico. Rio Bravo (Rio Grande) that establishes the political boundary between Mexico and the U.S.; the RÃo Casas Grandes, the MapimÃ Bolson and the Mayran. Many small and medium-sized rivers cross these basins, but only a few of them supply significant amounts of water.
Plants and animals that live in the desert are very efficient in the way that they use water. No species can survive without water, but most deserts do have some amount of water, they just have much less than the usual, non-desert regions have. If a desert has no water at all, then nothing can live there.
It has a huge supply of water. The problem is, it not evenly distributed: while central and southern Mexico have plenty of water, and even the southern lowlands are prone to flooding during hurricane season, most of northern Mexico is dominated by the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts. Any effort to bring water to the north is challenging at best, as most of Mexico is crisscrossed by the Sierra Madre mountain ranges (e.g. a water pipeline… Read More
An oasis is an area in a desert with a permanent water supply and more vegetation that the surrounding region.
An oasis is a small area in a desert with a permanent water supply, usually a spring, that is able to support more plant life than the surrounding desert.
It is hard because of the heat and low water supply
The water supply in this desert is basically nonexistent.
desert regions -------------------- a drought.
to stretch limited supplies of water to its desert regions
An oasis is a small area in a desert with a permanent water supply that allows more plants to grow than in the surrounding desert.
It is known as an oasis. It is where a spring or water source, such as a pond or small lake forms on the desert surface.
There are no known tigers that live in the desert. Tigers usually live in habitats like forests that have a water supply.
Insects have adapted to handle the rough conditions of the desert. They eat a variety of plants, and do not need water due to the plants stored water supply.
Many types of plants and animals can live in a desert. People can also build cities in a desert, as long as they have some way to supply water to the city.
A rain shadow desert forms because the mountains are blocking the main water supply from getting that region, thus creating a desert.
I think they settle there because of the natural resources and somewhat good water supply
many desert plants like the barrel cactus , supply water with its leaves, specific "barrel" shape, etc which will let it thrive on its water that it stored
its is the horse of the desert it has a stored water supply on its back aka it hump
Yes, at least in North America and Mexico, there are weasels found in the desert but usually near permanent water.
Yes, as long as the rancher provides a water supply and possibly some additional forage cattle do survive in the desert.
Plants and animals living in the desert have developed adaptations to allow them to survive with little water supply
An oasis is a small area in the desert that has a permanent water supply, usually a spring, that allows more plants to grow than in the surrounding desert.
This occurs when the need for moisture is greater than the amount of rainfall and the soil water supply is depleted?
A deficit of water, and a desert!
Farmers planted crops that did not need a lot of water to grow
All deserts are 'water thirsty.' That is why they are called deserts - they are arid regions that experience low rainfall. The Thar is no exception. If it received more rainfall it would cease to be a desert.
Cacti survive in the desert by storing what little water there is inside their hollow body. This hidden water supply can be used by someone finding themselves in a survival situation.
A cactus has two main things that help it survive in the desert: a hollow interior to store water in, and a waxy outer skin that helps keep its water supply from evaporating.
An oasis is an area of the desert that has a permanent water supply, usually a spring. This water allows more plants to grow. It receives the same rainfall as the surrounding desert. The spring provides the water for plant growth.
New Zealand does fluoridate their water, but not all their entire supply of water. Some regions voted against having their water fluoridated.
A person can live indefinitely in a desert if that person has a water supply as well as shelter and a food supply. Millions of people around the world, (including myself) have lived in deserts for many years.
The kangaroos can survive in semi desert climates. There must be a water supply and plenty of vegetation. They can stop the growth of their young until they have more water and food which conserves their own energy.
Frogs do not do well in a desert unless there is a permanent water supply. They have very thin skin and can quickly dehydrate in the dry desert. They are adapted to moist or wet environments.
Any fertile land in a desert is called an oasis. It is fertile because it has enough water supply originating from a spring or a well.
Donald E. Morris has written: 'The potential contribution of desalting to future water supply in New Mexico' -- subject(s): Saline water conversion, Water-supply
This is a reasoned guess but I would say arid regions such as the desert to prevent water loss.
There are many cities in the desert where people earn a living in many of the same occupations as in non-desert regions. Where irrigation water is available crops can be grown.