Asked in Arctic Circle
About how many miles is it from Juneau Alaska to the Arctic Circle?
Juneau, Alaska is approximately 925 miles away from the famous "Arctic Circle" sign on the Dalton Highway. If traveling by car, it would take roughly 24 hours of driving to make it to the Arctic Circle from Juneau. ...
Asked in Train Travel
How far is Montgomery Alabama to Juneau Alaska by train?
It is impossible to travel from Montgomery, Alabama to Juneau, Alaska by train because there is no border connection between British Columbia and Alaska. However, a "theoretical" train would take roughly 5 days to make the trip (assuming good weather) A direct flight from Montgomery, Alabama to Juneau, Alaska would take 7 hours. Direct flights are unlikely, so it may take more time. ...
Asked in Alaska, Hawaii, Maps and Directions
Is the capital of Alaska east or west of Honolulu?
Juneau, Alaska is east of Honolulu. Hawaii is in the Eastern Hemisphere. The Aleutian Islands are part of Alaska. The 180th meridian (the International Date Line) crosses the Aleutian Islands. Juneau, Alaska is on the opposite side of the 180° longitude line and is in the Western Hemisphere. Departing Honolulu you would travel east to the International Date Line and would continue traveling east after you crossed over the International Date Line until you reached Juneau. ...
Asked in Alaska, Washington DC, Airports
How far is it from Washington D.C. to Alaska?
To drive from Washington DC to Juneau, Alaska one would drive about 3,755 miles. This would take about 67 1/2 hours. It would also require entering Canada. The drive to Fairbanks, Alaska would drive about 4,166 miles. ...
Asked in Deserts
What state would probably have a desert Alaska or Arizona?
A lot of people automatically think that Arizona would have a desert, but not Alaska - and they would be wrong. Both would have deserts. Arizona has hot ones, and Alaska, a cold one (Arctic desert at Kobuk Valley National Park). A desert does not have to be hot. The actual definition is a region so arid because of little rainfall that it supports only sparse and widely spaced vegetation or no vegetation at all. ...
Asked in Alaska
Where do most blacks live in Alaska?
For the most part, they don't. Only 3.8% of the population is black- and that includes members of the US military that are stationed in Alaska. The 3 largest cities are Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau, and would have the largest black populations. ...
Asked in History of the Middle East, Middle East
What sort of vegetation zone would you expect to find in the middle east?
really bad they have all that war and stuff but some small parts are okay for vegetation zones hope this helps ...
How does climate affect Alaska's vegetation?
climate effects vegetation because if it is climate is cold then the vegetation would be snow if the climate is warm and there was precipitation no matter what vegetation then the vegetation would be rain the climate will always effect the vegetation no matter what the climate is it will ALWAYS effect The vegetation ...
Asked in Travel & Places
What is the capital of Alaska the state that is known as the Land of the Midnight Sun?
If you are speaking of US states, then it would be Juneau, Alaska. However, the "midnight sun" can be seen anywhere above the Arctic Circle in the summer. These places include northern Canada, Denmark, Greenland, Finland, Iceland, Lapland, Norway, Russia, and Sweden. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What type of vegetation would you expect to find in Oregon?
Since Oregon is mostly a temperate rainforest climate, I owuld expect to find the land compacted with plenty of evergreen/coniferous trees and the forest floor to be covered with small shrubs. ...
Asked in Biology
What type of vegetation would you expect to find on an abandoned farm that has remained undisturbed for 150 years?
You would see hardwood trees starting to overgrow the pine trees that had grown in the abandoned fields. ...
What type of vegetation would be called primary vegetation?
That depends on the biome. For tropical rainforests, the primary vegetation would be the original trees and plants that grow in a rainforest. On a prairie, the primary vegetation would be the native grasses that grow there. In a boreal forest, the primary vegetation would be the spruce and larch trees. ...