Asked in Agriculture, Earth Sciences
A system to artificially supply dry land with water?
Irrigation systems such as irrigation ditches, channels and canals artificially supply dry land with water. A river is a system which supplies dry land with water naturally, not artificially. ...
Asked in Genetics
How would a cell like algae living on land obtain its water supplies?
A cell like algae living on land obtains its water supplies mainly from the rain. This is through the process of condensation whereby it takes in atmospheric water vapor. ...
Asked in Deserts
Is an oasis in the desert a place where you can find water?
Yes you can find water at an oasis because it is a desert land form that receives water from underground supplies. ...
Asked in Environmental Issues
Are you happy with the present condition of our land and water resources?
We'll no I'm not because imagine your a desert fox, what would you do for water supplies? ...
Asked in Fish
Why can fish not survive on land?
-its gills are adapted to extract dissolved oxygen from water and not land. -the gills are more exposed to drought on land than in water, this could render the gills less efficient as a respiratory surface on land. -muscular system of the mouth and operculum work in water and not on land.that is the valve system is watertight and not air tight. ...