The Sahara Desert is the driest desert in the world. It is also the world's largest desert. This desert area receives less than one inch of rainfall annually.
What is the average precipitation for the Sahara desert
probably 50% not much with hardly water there
Both Antarctica and the Atacama are drier that the Sahara Desert. Neither of which receives any appreciable precipitation.
The prevailing winds that affect the Sahara Desert are what determine the precipitation. The dry air affects the moisture.
Both are deserts that receive little precipitation each year. The Sahara is a hot desert whie the Antarctic is a cold desert.
A desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) of annual precipitation on average. Both the Sahara and Antarctica receive even less precipitation so are considered as deserts.
The Sahara became a desert in about 1600 BCE. This happened because shifts in the Earth's axis increased temperatures and decreased precipitation.
the Sahara (desert) region
No Europe does not touch the Sahara desert, the Sahara is in Africa.
The Antarctic Desert is much larger than the Sahara.
because the Sahara is a desert and the is not much water in it is people can not survive in it
The Sahara covers much of northern Africa.
The area of the Sahara had already long been a desert by 2000 BCE. Lack of precipitation and a rise in temperature had dried up the area by 3400 BCE.
vary little, about once a year rain comes -scientist
Out of the deserts in the list, the Sahara is the largest.However, bearing in mind that a desert is defined as an area where less than 250mm of precipitation fall annually, the largest desert in the world is actually Antarctica.
The average precipitation amounts in the Sahara Desert is less than one-half of an inch every month of the year. It very rarely rains in deserts.
No, actually. The Antarctic Desert is the largest desert, though some geographers disagree. A desert is determined by its annual precipitation, and Antarctica is definitely a dry cold area.Deserts are normally divided into "cold" and "hot" deserts.The Sahara is the largest hot desert and Antarctica the largest cold desertThe Sahara Desert is the largest hot desert on Earth, but the largest desert overall is the Antarctic.
Yes, a section of the Sahara called the Libyan Desert covers much of Libya.
Not that much
The Sahara Desert covers most of North Africa. The Sahara Desert is the largest subtropical hot desert and third largest desert in the world, after Antarctica and the Arctic.
The proper name is simply Sahara. The word means desert in Arabic so there is no need to call it the Sahara Desert which would translate to Desert Desert.The Sahara Desert is known as the Sahara Desert.
The only similarity is that both receive limited precipitation. The Sahara is a huge, hot desert located in northern Africa. The Ladakh is a cold, high mountain plateau desert in northern India,
there is quite a lot of light in the Sahara desert and at night it is quite a bit of light.
The Sahara and the Gobi are both deserts. The Sahara is a hot desert that covers much of northern Africa and the Gobi is a desert in China and Mongolia.
because trees need water that only oasises can supply in the Sahara. Trees can't grow anywhere else in the Sahara because of the extreme lack of precipitation