A lot lor
About 50-100 miles
9 feet of it!!!!!108 inches
Over 2000mm of rainfall falls in the Amazon Rainforest every year.
0.01 percent of the worlds oxygen is from the amazon
i know that there is roughly two meters of rain a year not sure about months though
In the case of the Bolivia Amazon Basin. the large amount of rainfall is due to northeasterly winds picking up moisture over the warm Atlantic ocean. Which then crosses the Amazon Basin where it then falls
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.
There are 20,330 forest and conservation workers receiving a mean yearly wage of $24,670.
If i asked the question how could I ANSWER IT
It falls every single day
That's what im trying to find out...lol
The city's yearly rainfall average is 11777mm or about 39 feet.
it the tropical rain forest!!!
There is no such thing as a 'desert rain forest.' The term is and oxymoron.
Not enough to worry about.
30 - 60 in.
i think 17 Inches to be precise it is 80 inches yearly
9 feet of rain falls in the amazon rainforest per year