Asked in Earth Sciences, Volcanoes
How do volcanoes change the earth surface?
Well they can destroy earths surface or it can build more habitats by changing earths land form and make a hole new habitat it can do many things some good some bad it can destroy and it can help earths surface ...
Asked in Deeds and Ownership
Does the grantor have any rights to build on the property?
Not unless he reserved that right in his deed. The grantor is the party who transfers ownership of land to the grantee in a deed. He cannot build on the land because he no longer owns it. The grantee is the new owner. Not unless he reserved that right in his deed. The grantor is the party who transfers ownership of land to the grantee in a deed. He cannot build on the land because he no longer owns it. The grantee...
Asked in Rainforests
What effect does road building have on rainforests?
To build a new road through a rainforest you have to destroy all of its surroundings and destroy all the plants and trees in the way, and it can ruin the soil forever and it takes away some of the natural beauty of the rainforest. It can bring in settlers who want to take away some of the cattle ranchers land, and may murder them for it. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Property Law
Can the government take farm land which is owned by someone and use it to build a new road?
Yes. The government can take a farm land for new road under the land acquisition act or under the doctrine of eminent domain. ...
Asked in Tsunamis, Landslides
How do earthquakes tsunamis and landslides affect people?
They kill thousands of people at a time. They destroy property. They cause massive disruption to the natural environment in an area, which makes it harder for humans to live as they did in that place. They move the earth, sometimes so much that you cannot recognize the area afterwards. This affects us by making humans have to either build everything over again, or to move the earth back so that they can build on it again. They kill many animals or cause them...
Why can volcanoes be both a constructive and a destructive force?
constructive:they cool down and make new land. destructive: the destroy many villages and kill many people ...
Asked in Landforms, Japan
Why does japan have flat land shortage?
they have shortage of flatland due to most of it being covered in mountainous land so they have to make new flat land out of the mountains that they then dump into the ocean to create flat land that they cover in concrete also when the mountain land becomes flat they have more land to build on. ...