What is the the difference between a rainbow and a desert?
A rainbow is something that appears in the sky after it rains and it has colors. A desert is a hot or dry area with no rain.
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The Mojave Desert is much, much hotter that the Atacama Desert. It alsoreceives considerably more rainfall as the Atacama receives virtuallynone. The rainier conditions allow for many more plants and animals tosurvive in the Mojave while the Atacama has few.
A valley is wet and moist while a high desert such as susanville ca is dry it can rain and snow in both valleys and deserts thier isn't much of a diffrence besides the fact that a dessert usually has below zero whether in the winter and is more likely to have snow while a valley doesn't reach as low… of temps so it doesn't often snow ( Full Answer )
Desert Storm was the operation that commenced actual hostileactions against the Iraqi military for the invasion and annexationof Kuwait. Desert Shield was the five month period prior in whichforces were moved into position for the defense of Saudi Arabia.
The difference is that the savanna has lots of grass , but the desert does not have a lot of grass, because it is too dry.
A grassland usually has much more plant life than a desert and morerainfall each year. It can, therefore, support a greater number ofanimals than a desert.
The Atacama Desert is a cold desert while the Simpson is a hotdesert. The Simpson has more rainfall and, thus, more vegetationand animal life than the Atacama.
Deserts are areas of very little rainfall. Organisms living there are able to survive on very little water . Logically, organisms in a rain forest likely use a great deal of water for survival..
The lake trout is larger, darker, and is more likely to be found in large bodies of water than the smaller more colorful rainbow. The rainbow is primarily a fish of cold water steams and rivers, but is sometimes found in lakes,where it can attain huge size.
There is no diffrentiation. Oasis is a water source present in the desert on which travellers, camels depend upon in long journeys.
tundra is permanently frozen ground loke up in the northern parts of Canada and the desert is a sea of sand and stone and dried shrubbery like in the Navadas.
to correct you, it was over the rainbow, not under. There is no difference. Oz is the land over the rainbow
colours of the rainbow is practically white light that has been diffracted/ dispersed into different colours but so is visible light the rainbow is the same as visible light. the rainbow is where they get the visible light theory.
It can get very very cold in the desert at night and a tundra is very cold all theough the year the desert during the day can get very hot
A dune is a mass of sand that is moved and shaped by the wind, regardless of location. . A desert is an area of low precipitation, with plants and animals adapted to arid conditions. Deserts are not necessarily hot. Antarctica is considered to be a desert, as are the high plains of the Andes mount…ain chain and the tops of many mountains. ( Full Answer )
The difference is that deserts are more dry and have less rainfall than a savanna. The savanna has clumps of trees while the desert usually can not support much plant life.
Nothing really. They are both subtropical dune deserts. They differ from American deserts, which are more rocky and have vast shrublands
Newark receives more rain than a desert. The desert is also muchmore beautiful than Newark or most any other city for that matter.
Steelhead trout migrate down river into the ocean, so they have a healthier diet and normally grow larger
A glacier and a desert are both void of drinkable water that is easily accessed. There are both areas that animals have had to adapt to live in. A desert just has little rain fall and is hot, a glacier has little snow fall but has lots of frozen water that is of no use for drinking. It is very cold …on a glacier as it is ice. ( Full Answer )
as we see Sahara desert is a hot desert and ladakh desert is a cold desert.
In deserts, the snow melts at summer time, however in Antarctica, the snow never melts. (From Starprof): No, that isn't exactly true. I observed melting snow at McMurdo Station in late summer. The air temperature was about 40 F. Also, some snow disappears due to sublimation. If the term desert means… a place of very little precipitation, then Antarctica qualifies as a desert. ( Full Answer )
An oasis is found in a desert. It is an area of fertile ground thatusually includes a pond or spring.
A rainbow roll is a type of sushi roll. It is typically much larger then a standard size sushi roll and contains colorful ingredients.
the difference is the Sahara desert is the most desert that is next to the equater and its the hottest desert in the world
A desert is a sandy area that doesn't get much rain. A dessert is a tasty treat that you eat after supper.
Tundra is frozen permenately ground, but desert is wen the ground is super hard because of no rain. There are many differences between the two e.g. it rains more in the Tundra. In the Hot Desert it is a lot dryer and it hardly ever rains. It snows in the Tundra whereas in the Desert you could on…ly dream of snow. There is a huge difference in temperature between the Tundra and the Hot Desert. ( Full Answer )
A desert rat is a gerbil. A rat, is a rat. Also, desert rats live in the desert in Egypt.
foests have trees and alot of trees and a desert has sand alot of sand
well a pond has water and a desert is dry also that a desert has what is called a rain shadow effect it is caused when a mountain takes all the rain water and because the mountain takes all the water from the rain the air reaching the other said is hot. i it weren't for does mountain there won't be …a desert. ( Full Answer )
The Gobi and Taklimakan Desert are different because the Gobi Desert is one of the most largest deserts in the world and the Taklimakan Desert is one of the most damgerous places in the world.
Rainbow trout are silvery in color and are far more common in the Western United States. Rainbow trout are the main trout planted in the Western United States. Rainbow trout resemble small salmon and they do not have spots like the Brown trout (or the Brook trout.) Rainbow trout come in two ma…in varieties; hatchery rasied, and wild. The hatchery trout do not "fight" nearly as much as the wild variety. Regarding brown trout, every one I have caught, fought very hard. No that is not a scientific study, rather anecdotal evidence base on 40 years of fishing in California. ( Full Answer )
Desert = DEH as in PET + ZURT as in yoGURT. Dehzurt. Dessert = DUH as in DUMP + ZURT as in yoGURT. Duhzurt.
A desert is defined as a place that has less than 250 mm (10 in) of annual rainfall. Therefore both Antarctica (cold desert) and the Sahara (warm desert) fall into this classification. Cold deserts have low temperatures, hot deserts have generally high temperatures.
Tundras are FREEZING, like literally and deserts are dry. Both are hard to have plants in, because they need special adaptations, along with animals. Tundra- only a few plants can grow. Permafrost, a layer of ice over soil blocks plants. Animals can live, but need thick fur coats and should migrate …or hibernate during harsh conditions. Desert animals can dig holes or burrows in the ground to survive the dry air. Cacti (cactus) can live because they store water. Or plants can have long roots that reach ground water. ( Full Answer )
Most of the Arctic consists of sea ice and not land. Much of theland that is found in the region is tundra coverd with permafrost.Only a few inches of this permafrost thaws during the short summermonths. The desert, especially the hot desert, has a greatervariety of plants and animals, does not have… permafrost (exceptAntarctica) and all deserts are located on solid ground, not seaice. ( Full Answer )
Chaparral is a shrubland or heathland plant community foundprimarily in the U.S. state of California and in the northernportion of the Baja California peninsula, Mexico. It is shaped by aMediterranean climate (mild, wet winters and hot dry summers) andwildfire, featuring summer-drought tolerant plan…ts with hardsclerophyllous evergreen leaves, as contrasted with the associatedsoft-leaved, drought deciduous, scrub community of coastal sagescrub, found below the chaparral biome. (Wikipedia) A desert a region so arid because of little rainfall that itsupports only sparse and widely spaced vegetation or no vegetationat all. ( Full Answer )
The terrain of a semi desert may resemble that of a true desert andthe temperature may be as hot ad a true desert but the regionreceives more than 10 inches (250 mm) of rain per year.
A prairie usually receives more rain than a desert and is able tosupport much more vegetation, such as grasses.
The Sahara is a true desert. Safari Desert is not a desert. It issimply a term developed by the tourist industry to attractcustomers.
The two main deserts I assume you are talking about is hot and colddeserts. The difference between them is temperature (warm moderatesummers for hot deserts, low rainfall.) Cold deserts may havesnowfall and much lower temperatures in the winter. Summers in colddeserts may get quite hot, however.
First of all, a desert is a sand biome with small vegetation and mostly amphibious inhabitants, and a dessert is a sugary treat you have after supper.
Sandy deserts: Sandy desert contain sand For example Sahara desert. Rocky deserts: Rocky desert contain rocks For example Mongolia desert.
Chaparrel receives a bit more rain than a true desert and has agreater variety of vegetation.
A desert receives less than 10 inches of rain on average per year.Semi-desert receives over 10 inches but less than about 20 inches.
A hot desert will be very hot in the summer but usually has a mildwinter. A cold desert may be hot in the summer but gets quite coldin the winter. Some cold deserts remain cold or cool the yearround.
Desert is an arid area with limited vegetation while chaparral issemi-arid with more vegetation, especially small trees and shrubs.
The Rainbow Loom is the original, authentic rubber band loomingtoy created by Cheong-Choon Ng in 2010, and patented in 2011. It ismanufactured to strict quality and safety standards. The pin barscan be arranged in several different configurations for variouslooming projects. Additional pin bars, rep…lacement parts andaccessories are available through the Rainbow Loom website. Forcreative users looking for lots of options and high quality, theoriginal Rainbow Loom is a good choice. . The Cra-Z-Loom is a less expensive imitation, made by adifferent manufacturer. It is made of a solid plastic piece so thepin bars can only be used in their original configurations. But foryoung children who are prone to losing small parts or might shifttheir interests frequently, this might be a more practicalchoice. ( Full Answer )
They really are, all in all, the same. A main difference is that the rainbow loom has removable peg rows, and so can be made into different shapes. The crazy loom is a bit bigger than the rainbow loom, but they are both high quality looms.
A desert is arid - it has very little water. A marsh is a wetland covered by water.
There are several differences between woods and desert. One majordifference is trees. Another is that deserts are typically verydry, while forests need to have consistent access to water in orderto keep the plants alive. Deserts often also have plants (not allof them are pure sand), but the plants a…re things that can survivewith inconsistent water, like cacti. ( Full Answer )