Land Clearing/Habitat Destruction
and maybe this also:
Wind and Water Erosion
the person who answered the question, is so dumb
A tropical cyclone converts stored thermal energy located in water molecules into turbulent wind energy by giving up heat through the process called condensation. A tropical cyclone is the generic term for a low pressure system over tropical.
The system actually started out as a tropical cyclone, which is what a hurricane is. Its status was changed to a post-tropical cyclone, which may also be called an extratropical cyclone. A tropical cyclone has a warm core, is powered by convection of warm, moist air, and is generally not associated with fronts. An extratropical cyclone has a cold core, is driven by temperature contrasts, and is connected to fronts. As Hurricane Sandy moved north into a relatively cold environment, it began to lose its tropical charcteristics. The collision of its tropical air with colder air led to the formation of fronts. This was aided by the storm interacting with a cold front to the west, connected with a different system. This process took several days, and was complete shortly before Sandy made landfall in New Jersey.
heaps of rain
No; continental drift is a geological process.
folding of the plates
A true hurricane cannot strength over cold water. However, hurricanes that move into colder environments can undergo a process called extratropical transition in which they lose tropical characteristics. After this is complete the storm is no longer a hurricane but is considered an extratropical cyclone. These storm systems gain their strength from temperature contrasts rather than warm water. A hurricane undergoing this transition brings tropical air into a cold environment, creating conditions ideal for a very powerful extratropical cyclone.
By supplying air to the anticyclone and receiving air from the cyclone
A geographical perspective can include many things. These things can be distribution, place, process, location, relationships, movement, clusters, accessibility, patterns, connections, and change.
It usually refers to the natural process it goes through when it is being made
"Weathering" is the process which explains the wide distribution of fossils
Geographical biodiversification refers to the process of life forms diversifying in a particular geographic region. It examines biodiversification with respect to the region in which it is taking place.
Mountains, Oceans...um stuff like that
This is the geographical process by which water in plants turn from liquid to water vapour. (Gas)
clear cutting ------------------ deforestation
biodiversification means, The process by which biodiversity develops or is increased within a region or a group of organisms.
it is the process were a rock is weathered underground by chemical weathering,and because the tropic are very humid, chemical decomposition of the rock is rapid
Depends what you are talking about. It usually refers to the natural processes it goes through when it comes to being. I.e how the rubbish affect the surrounding environment.
The geological inquiry shows humans are damaging the environment. It is due to the reckless use of resources.
In meteorology, a cyclone is an area of closed, circular fluid motion rotating in the same direction as the Earth.This is usually characterized by inward spiraling winds that rotate anti-clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere of the Earth. Most large-scale cyclonic circulations are centered on areas of low atmospheric pressure.The largest low-pressure systems are cold-core polar cyclones and extratropical cyclones which lie on the synoptic scale. According to theNHC glossary, warm-core cyclones such astropical cyclones and subtropical cyclones also lie within the synoptic scale.Mesocyclones, tornadoes and dust devils lie within the smaller mesoscale.Upper level cyclones can exist without the presence of a surface low, and can pinch off from the base of the Tropical Upper Tropospheric Trough during the summer months in the Northern Hemisphere. Cyclones have also been seen on extraterrestrial planets, such as Mars and Neptune.Cyclogenesis describes the process of cyclone formation and intensification.Extratropical cyclones form as waves in large regions of enhanced mid-latitude temperature contrasts called baroclinic zones. These zones contract to form weather fronts as the cyclonic circulation closes and intensifies. Later in their life cycle, cyclones occlude as cold core systems. A cyclone's track is guided over the course of its 2 to 6 day life cycle by the steering flow of the cancer or subtropical jet stream. Weather fronts separate two masses of air of different densities and are associated with the most prominent meteorological phenomena. Air masses separated by a front may differ intemperature or humidity. Strong cold fronts typically feature narrow bands of thunderstorms and severe weather, and may on occasion be preceded by squall lines or dry lines. They form west of the circulation center and generally move from west to east. Warm fronts form east of the cyclone center and are usually preceded by stratiform precipitation and fog. They move polewardahead of the cyclone path. Occluded fronts form late in the cyclone life cycle near the center of the cyclone and often wrap around the storm center.Tropical cyclogenesis describes the process of development of tropical cyclones. Tropical cyclones form due to latent heat driven by significant thunderstorm activity, and are warm core.Cyclones can transition between extratropical, subtropical, and tropical phases under the right conditions. Mesocyclones form as warm core cyclones over land, and can lead to tornadoformation.Waterspouts can also form from mesocyclones, but more often develop from environments of high instability and low vertical wind shear.In the Atlantic basin, a tropical cyclone is generally referred to as a hurricane (from the name of the ancient Central American deity of wind, Huracan), a cyclone in the Indian Ocean and parts of the Pacific, and a typhoon in the Northwest Pacific region.
Types Are: 1.Simple or Occupational 2.Complex or Process 3.Horizontal and Vertical 4.International and National 5.Territorial or Geographical
Usually tropical cyclones die out over colder water that cuts off the warm moist air flow they need to continue growing. The same process works out over land but at a much quicker pace.