Asked in Antarctica
Why do you think there are no native settlements or permanent cities on Antarctica?
Because of the climate and the remote location.
What things are responsible for the location of cities in the middle east and north Africa?
Water sources, climate conditions, transportation routes.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
Is it true or false that geographers only look at individual cities and landforms?
it is fals geogrophers look at many reagons and study much more than individual cities and landforms ...
Asked in Travel & Places, Mexico, Landforms
Where is Mexicos major cities and landforms located?
On the Mexican Central Plateau.
Asked in Deforestation and Habitat Loss, Science
Which are the cities suffering from extremes of climate due to defforestation in India?
almoast all d cities r suffering 4rom climate extreme climate climate in India especially d cities in d north like delhi, chandigarh,lucknow,jaipur etc. ...
Asked in Oceans and Seas
How does the ocean effect climate of coastal cities?
The coastal cities they have lots of disaster
Asked in Anthropology
How have the Bedouins adapted to living in their environment?
Bedouins have adapted the lifestyle to the severe desert climate. They use their extensive knowledge of the location of water and seasonal weather changes to survive. Many of the Bedouins have left their traditional lifestyles, to settle in the cities of the modern world. For more information see the related links ...
Asked in Philippines
What are the cities found in Type 1 climate of the Philippines?
he cities have type one climate is luzon,palawan,mindoro,and negros submitted by:jan karsten tan ...
Asked in Geography, Brazil
Where are Brazil's major cities landforms and resources?
They are: Rio de Janerio Sao Paulo Brasilia
Asked in Geography
How are the locations of the Canadian cities related to geographical features?
How are the locations of the canadian cities related to the geographical features? ...
Is there any two cities in India located at the same latitude but different climate?
Yes. Climate is influenced by latitude, but is even more strongly influenced by altitude. Cities at sea level are likely to have warmer and wetter climates than cities in the mountains; coastal cities will be very different from inland cities. ...
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities
Which climate region contains the most big cities?
The Subarctic region contains the most big cities.
Asked in Definitions
What is the definition of an urban economy?
The economic study of cities and urban areas based on the consideration of space, transportation cost, and location in production and consumption decisions. Urban economics studies a wide variety of topics, how and why cities are formed, how land is used within cities, the location of one city relative to another, and the relative size of cities. A closely related area of study that focuses on economic activity in larger regions is termed regional economics. ...
Asked in Travel & Places
What is the difference between a County and a Region?
A region is a non-specific area defined by landforms, climate, or demographics. A county is a legally-defined governmental subdivision of a state, which is usually much smaller than a region, and can contain one or more municipalities (villages, towns, cities). ...