50mm per year in the interior, on the coast up to 200mm per
Zero. Water would freeze.
North pole, and south pole. North pole, and south pole. North pole, and south pole. North pole, and south pole.
The terrain around the South Pole is consistently flat. Ice is fluid enough to settle to a flat surface if left undisturbed, and the underlying rock isn't geologically active, nor is there any rainfall to sculpt it.
It takes about 12,450.5 miles from the north pole to the south pole or south pole to north pole.
the south pole is in the SOUTHERN hemisphere of course!!!! That is why it is called the SOUTH pole!!
South Korea has moderate annual rainfall.
the arctic is the north pole antarctica is the south pole :)
The Arctic is the North Pole. Antarctica is the South Pole.
North Pole 90Â° North. South Pole 90Â° South.
The north pole points to the north.The south pole points to the south. The north pole points to the north.The south pole points to the south.
They don't. The South Pole has remained fixed and motionless, at the precise location of the South Pole, since the Earth was formed.
There is no pole at the geographical North Pole. However, there is a ceremonial pole located at the South Pole (close to the geographical South Pole).
No, the south pole does not have a longitude as all lines of longitude converge at the south pole.
No. The South Pole is in the Antarctic. The North Pole is in the Arctic.
You can find the South Pole in Antarctica.
The Pole which is located on a continent is the South Pole located on Antarctica
The South Pole is 90Â° South.
The name of the South Pole is: South Pole.
because its in the south region
The South Pole cannot be south of itself. The South Pole is located at 90 degrees S, the southern-most location on planet Earth.
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On the other side of the earth from the South Pole is the North Pole.
They have a North Magnetic Pole and a South Magnetic Pole.
How the earth is turned on its axis