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Asked in Science
Why is ogallala an important feature in the Midwest?
The Ogallala aquifer is a repository of water that has allowed farmers to mine water and irrigate the Midwest for a hundred years. Unfortunately it is being depleted and the days of the US "breadbasket" are soon over. ...
Asked in History of the United States
What is the original name for the area that became the states of the Midwest?
the original name for the area that became the states of the midwest was mexico. sucka ...
Asked in Georgia (US State)
What was the first large city to the north of atlanta on georgias railroad to the Midwest line?
Chattahoochee river is the first biggest large city to the north of Atlanta on Georgia's railroad to the Midwest line. ...
Asked in Geology
What is the difference between a confined aquifer and an unconfined aquifer?
A confined aquifer is an aquifer that is bounded above and below by impermeable layer.unconfined aquifer is a type of aquifer in which the upper surface is not bounded by a confining stratum ...
What is the name of the largest aquifer in the world?
The Ogallala Aquifer is said to be the largest aquifer in the world. It supplies North America's Great plains with water to irrigate the crops grown there. However, due to droughts and overuse, the aquifer is drying up. This is causing many farmers in the plains to panic. ...
Asked in Agriculture
What does a country need in order for more farmland to be irrigated?
Water reservoirs that are often man-made, pipelines that extend from a lake or river to fields, or a large underground aquifer to source their water from, such as the Ogallala Aquifer in the United States. ...