Asked in Canals, Suez Canal
What is the absolute location Suez canal begging and end?
the absolute location of Suez Canal would be 4 degrees north and 39 degrees west. hope this answered your question! ...
Asked in Agriculture, Lakes and Rivers
Called crossroads of the world because it is the location of the canal between the Atlantic and pacific oceans?
The Panama Canal is the canal that lies between the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean. It was built in the early 1900s. ...
Asked in Geography, Panama, Canals, Panama Canal
What is the relative location of the Panama Canal?
There are several relative locations of the panama canal. panama canal is west of columbia east of costa rica west of venezuela northwest of equador These are some of the relative locations of the panama canal. -Joron ...
Asked in Central America, Panama Canal
What is the capital of the Central American country that has a canal connecting the Caribbean with the Pacific ocean?
Panama City is the capital of Panama, the location of the Panama Canal.
Asked in Panama, Panama Canal
What are the causes and the effects of the Panama Canal?
The causes of the Panama Canal are location, commerce, and the human drive to overcome obstacles. The effects of the Panama Canal are efficiency in international commerce and (finally), revenue for Panama. ...
Asked in Panama, Landforms, Canals, Panama Canal
What physical geographic factors made building the Panama Canal difficult?
The location of the canal made it difficult to build because of its distance from the countries buliding it. ...
What are the differences between the Panama Canal and the Erie Canal?
There are many differences between the Panama and Erie Canal. First is location. The Panama Canal is in the country of Panama in Central America. The Erie Canal is located in New York State. Second the Panama Canal connects two oceans: the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. The Erie Canal connects the Atlantic Ocean/Hudson River with Lake Erie. Thirdly, the Panama Canal allows ocean going vessels through the canal. The Erie Canal had much smaller barges. ...
Asked in History of Central America
Why did the US want the canal?
Because Roosevelt knew that a canal through the isthmus would greatly benefit American Commerce and Military capability. Also the Panama was a perfect place for a canal because of it location between the Caribbean sea and the Pacific Ocean . ...