How much rain does the great barrier reef gets?
The great barrier reef was formed AFTER the ice age so it never froze. The great barrier reef lives in a tropical area, which means there is only rain and sun. So, the great barrier has most likely never been frozen.
The North gets about 60 inches of rain a year and the South gets about 80 inches of rain a year.
By the diversity of species comparable with the tropical rain forest.
A rain cover can have a wide variety of uses. For hiking and camping, it makes a great rain poncho and tarp cover. It can be used for a ground barrier under a small tent.
Arizona on average gets about 5 inches of rain a year.
It gets a lot of rain.
the boreal gets............?
It is that because u STINK
Deserts receive much less rain than rain forests.
It doesnt rain that much it gets up to 25-75 cm of rain each year hope that answered your question! =]
A savanna gets about 127 cm. of rain per year.
it gets about 75 meters of rain in 1 year
I think Oregon gets about 55-60 in. of rain a year.
Edmonton gets 22cm (Approx.) of rain per year.
It gets two inches of rain each year
This occurs in north Queensland, Australia. The oldest living rainforest is believed to be the Daintree Rainforest in far north Queensland, and it meets the Great Barrier Reef at Cape Tribulation.
I found it incredible when I found out how much rain there is! Believe it or not Hilo gets 10 587 INCHES of rain a year.
The Amazon rain forest gets 9 feet of rain each year (2000ml). In the Rainy season it gets between 152-457cm. In the non-rainy season it gets 76-245cm.
A rainforest gets about 9 feet of rain each year.
They need at least 1300mm of rainfall per year
Columbar gets about 120 inches per year of rain.
The cloud gets to much water vapor which is tiny droplets of water.When it gets to much it comes down
it gets 10.3 rainfall a year
it gets 6-10 in a year
it gets 16 inches
Thailand gets about 700 inches of rain each year.
The Coniferous Forest gets about 14 to 33 inches if rain each year .
The costal region gets about 50 inches of rain per year
The Daintree Rainforest receives about 120 days of rain and gets approximately 2013 mm of rain each year.
Precipitation defines a desert, not temperature. The largest desert in the world is Antarctica, the coldest place on earth. A desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) of precipitation per year on average. Ireland receives much too much rain to have any deserts.
The tundra gets at least 4-10 inches of rain a year
It gets how much you want it to get. IF you want it too flood then be my guest
New Zealand gets an average of 43 inches of rain a year. In some areas there is much more rain, or much less.
water inland usually drain into sea through rivers if there is to much rain the rivers and canals gets overflooded
South Carolina gets approximately 51 inches of rain per year.
Brazil gets between 60 and 80 inches of rain per year. The Amazon rainforest in Brazil gets about 9 feet per year.
not alot but just enough
Hawaii gets the most rain.
The Great Basin Desert region gets anywhere from seven to twelve inches of rain per year.
rain forest dont get very little rain infact rain forests are called that because it gets far to much rain and that helps the plants and trees grow so high.
The pacific ocean gets about 9% of rain every year its not alot to flod and not a little to dry up
According to my research the amount of rainfall the rain forest gets each year is about 600cm.
Seattle gets sooo much rain but it rarely snows there so move to Seattle Washinton :)
Central Africa gets from 10 inches to 80 inches of rain each year.
A desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) of precipitation per year on average. Some deserts receive virtually no rainfall for centuries.
it usually gets about 20 40 inches of rain year
A mountain near Montreux gets 260cm per year.