How much rain falls in two years on earth?
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100% of rain falls to Earth. That is the definition of rain. Precipitation.
Antarctica is the driest continent on Earth, an average of less than 150mm (15cm) of precipitation falls per year. Antarctica is a desert, and it does not rain.
The rain forest precipitation is greater that 150 cm. Rain forest precipitation is basically how much rain falls and collects on earth.
No it falls on Earth
Overall, the desert receives virtually no rain, sometimes for hundreds of years.
Rain falls everywhere on the Earth, determining the exact amount of rainfall on the ocean is difficult. The average ocean rainfall is between 29 to 40 inches per year.
About 2 million rain falls a year. About 1 million rain falls each day.
If too much rain falls you will have tons of floods. If too much snow falls at once it will become a blizzard.
how much rain falls in southern california each year?
It falls every single day
Anything located above ground level has a positive gravitational potential energy. While falling, this is converted into kinetic energy.
Deserts receive less than 250 millimetres of rain per year. Some deserts receive little or no rain for years, even centuries.
It does not rain on the moon.
Rain is the purest form of water. It falls on earth as rain droplets.
This is called precipitation.
A rain gauge
it is about 9.3 inches of rain
Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe
Rain Falls from Earth Surviving Cambodia's Darkest Hour - 2011 was released on: USA: 30 November 2011
If no rain falls in a habitat for several years how might the populations in a habitat remain balanced?
If no rain falls in a habitat for several years, how might the populations in a habitat remain balanced?
a rain guage is used to measure how much rain falls
When precipitation occurs we get rain, freezing rain, sleet, snow, or hail.
Rain falls much faster than snow. Snow has much more air resistance than raindrops.
The only true polar desert is Antarctica and, except for along some coastlines, it receives no rain and little snowfall. It is the driest desert on earth according to some.
It depends on how much rain falls and on how big the river is. It could take months or even years
it is the air evaporating
It is the examples of percipitation
How much rain or moisturefalls each year in your area?
about 200-1000 milemetersof rain a year
alot of rain will fall. ALOT
Because in the water cycle, when water is evaporated, it accumulates in clouds and eventually falls back to Earth in the form of rain. If it didn't rain, Earth's water would evaporate, and eventually, the Earth would be dry.
Because when the new seed falls to Earth, it lies in the sand - to wait perhaps another five years for rain and the brief repetition of its life cycle.
Over 2000mm of rainfall falls in the Amazon Rainforest every year.
it either turns in to rain or snow
Rain drops, so many rain drops...seems lika rain drops...falling in my eyes.
It falls as precipitation, such as rain, or hail.
45-67 feet of rain
It gets a lot of rain.
80% of Bangladesh's rain falls during the monsoon season
Less than 0.01 inches
about 80 cm of rain falls down from a hurricane
Pakistan got 22 rain falls
Precipitation in the form of rain sleet ,snow, hail
cause of the called urm aha air!
This is called precipitation. It can be rain or snow.
Acid rain is made when there is too much sulfur in the air. When rain falls, it dissolves the sulfur and turns into acid. This destroys the plants and maybe even some of the animals on the surface of the Earth. One way in which we can stop acid rain is by factories and vehicles cutting down on pollution.
4 litres high (i think)