What term describes a largely undeveloped agriculteral land surrounding an urban area?
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A large mass of land surrounded by water is an island. Examples: U.K, Greenland, Ireland, Australia, Japan
A large mass of land surrounded by water is an island. . Examples: U.K, Greenland, Ireland, Australia, Japan .
A large area of land often with a large house on it is an Estate.
A lake is the biggest body of water that is surrounded by water onall sides. The largest lake in the world is the Caspian Sea - socalled because it is comprised of salt water and the ancient Romanscalled it a sea like every other salt water body they hadencountered. However, as the Caspian Sea is bo…unded by land onevery side, it is by definition a lake. ( Full Answer )
The Nile River is the world's longest river. It flows north from its sources in East Africa to the Mediterranean sea for more than 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers).
Hemisphere A large area of land is commonly known as a plateau. However, ifthe land is covered with grass, it is known as a grassland ormeadow.
According to a report by the USDA, about 2.6% of of US land area (60 million acres out of 2.3 billion acres) is classified as urban. see: http://www.ers.usda.gov/Publications/EIB14/ for more details.
What is the land from term used to describe an area smaller than a continent but is surrounded by water?
An area smaller than a continent but surrounded by water is known as an island
Find an example of an area of land that is completely surrounded by water What term is used to describe this type of land?
Any piece of land completely surrounded by water is called anIsland. Examples of islands may include: Madagascar, Hawaii, PuertoRico, Philippines, Greenland and Cuba.
If an area of land has no access to water, it is known as "landlocked". For example, the country of Switzerland is landlocked.
An area of flat land higher than the surrounding land is called aplateau. The Tibetan Plateau, also known as the roof of the world,is the largest and highest plateau in the world.
A large area of nearly flat land is called a plateau. Theseplateaus can be covered grasslands or made of rock.
Find on a map an example of a body of land that is smaller than a continent and that is completely surrounded by water What term is used to describe this type of land?
The term used to describe such a piece of land is called an 'Island' and an example would be the Island of Hawaii.
island would be a land body completely surrounded by water ie cuba pininsula is a land mass boardered by water on 3 sides ie Florida
A large body of fresh water that is surrounded by land is called alake. Lakes may be fed or drained by rivers and streams.
Lowland is usually used to describe areas of lesser elevation, in contrast to highlands in the same geographical area. Another common term is "low country."
an area of water surrounded by land could be any thing to a swimming pool to a puddle.
The word "rural" describes an area that is in the country. Therefore, since it is not in the city, it does not describe a metropolitan area. Your answer is rural.
Which term describes a large geographic area that is dominated by specific types of plants and animals and has a distinct climate?
Biomes are defined as large geographic areas with similar plants,animals, soil organisms, and climatic conditions on the Earth. Thefive major biomes are desert, forest, grasslands, tundra andaquatic.
Sure.. It's going to depend on the current and potential value of the land, plus the interest rate and mortgage terms that a lender is prepared to offer the buyer/borrower.
If it is small and doesn't stick out a lot it is called a cape. If it sticks out more, it is called a peninsula.
An island is land completely surrounded by water what geography term is used to describe the opposite of this condition?
There are lakes, which are bodies of water completely surrounded by land (landlocked). Or, there are atolls. Atolls are islands of corals which surround a lagoon, some partially or some completely. Atolls are surrounded by water as well, which means they are just a circle of land surrounding and sur…rounded by water. ( Full Answer )
Well it could be a plateau or a mesa depending if it was wide or broud.If it was wide it would probably be a Mesa.If it was broud it would probably be a plateau.
What you're describing could be called an inlet, a fjord, a marsh or a sound, plus other variants. The geographical description depends on the shape of the land that surrounds the body of water. The water can be either salt water or fresh water, depending on the body of water's proximity to the se…a or melting snow or springs. Please see the link, below, to learn more. ( Full Answer )
A small area of land that is completely surrounded by water is called an island. If you were to talk about an area of land with water surrounding only three sides of it, then it would be called a peninsula.
Greenbelt is the undeveloped, wild, or agricultural landsurrounding an urban area. This is a land use planning policy toallow wildlife and the natural state of the area to be maintained.
Walking Cities (Because you could easily walk from one end of town to the other.)
A large area that rises steeply about the surrounding land is aplateau. It is a high flat area where the ground is relativelylevel.
There are veldts in southern Africa and specifically, the Serengeti plains. Much of the interior of Africa is a high plateau. There are remarkably few natural harbours, and few of the rivers are navigable. That is why the interior of Africa was not explored by Europeans until the 19th century.
Cities were diverse, but separated by social classes. Wealthy urbanites settled away from immigrants and industry. Many immigrants worked in sweatshops and lived in crowded, unsanitary dumbbell tenements.
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The Pacific Ocean is to the North-East and East of Australia. The Southern or Antarctic Ocean is to the South, The Indian Ocean is to the North-West and West of Australia. . As none of the three oceans near Australia are "partly surrounded by land", perhaps the question refers to the Gulf of Carpe…ntaria in the northeast, and the Great Australian Bight in the south. ( Full Answer )
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Developed land has roads, utilities and often the dwellings or commercial structures are built or under construction.
It different because at end of WORLD WAR 1, changes in societybegan to dominate daily lives.Conflict arose as an increasinglyurban, secular society came into confict with older ruraltraditions. The rise of new ideasand the change into peacetimeeconomy.
What is an area if land that is smaller than a continent and is completely surrounded by water what term is used to describe this type of land?
This area of land is called an Island and this term is use to describe this type of land.
That would be an island. An island or isle is any piece of sub-continental land that is surrounded by water.
An area of water almost completely surrounded by land could be a gulf or bay.
What term is used to describe an area of land that is smaller that a continent and is completely surrounded by water?
An island is a habitable area of land surrounded by water. An islet is an inhabitable small area of land surrounded by water. A cay (or key) is a habitable small area of land surrounded by water.
The land area of Western Australia is 2 526 786 sq km, which is around one third of Australia's total area. This does not count the 3 089 sq km of islands.
After urbanization of an area, the peak of a hydrograph of a largerainstorm would become higher and narrower. Urbanization is definedsimply as more and more people living in urban areas.
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Yes. The term bight can also refer to the gently inward curving coastline that contains the water.
Hyde Park covers an area of 142 hectares (or 350 acres). It is one of the largest parks in London and is one of the Royal Parks. The park is split by the Serpentine lake and the smaller segment is considered a different park - Kensington Gardens.
The term was most commonly used in the First World War to describe and area of land between two enemy trenches. Neither side wished to overrun the area for fear of being attacked by the enemy in the process.
A peninsula is a body of land surrounded by water except for oneconnection to land. An isthmus is a narrow strip of land surroundedby water on both sides, but connected to land on both ends.
A thin strip of land that connects two large land areas in an it is surrounded on two sides of water?
A thin strip of land that connects two large land areas in and issurrounded on two sides of water is called an isthmus.
An isolated large boulder (known as an 'erratic boulder') standingin the open, was left there by a glacier, after the ice retreatedat the end of an ice age.. They are known as an 'erratic'.
People used to think of wetlands as a nuisance - obstacles to beconquered on the march of progress. We know better now. Some havecalled wetlands "kidneys of the landscape" because of their rolefiltering the undesirable stuff that runs off surrounding land.Today, wetlands are still obstacles to devel…opment, but natureisn't the only thing throwing up the roadblock. Scientists andenvironmentalists are educating people about the benefits ofwetlands. Legislators are enacting laws to protect wetlands. Forgood reason. They help control floodwater. They replenishgroundwater. They provide habitat for many kinds of plants andanimals. Their destruction, experts say, has contributed toeverything from flooding in rural and urban areas to thedeterioration of water quality in the Chesapeake Bay. SinceColonial times, according to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, about42 percent of Virginia's wetlands have been destroyed. Today, just4 percent of the state is covered by wetlands, according to AnnJennings, a wetlands scientist with the foundation. Laws to protectwetlands came in the wake of the federal Clean Water Act in 1972.More are passed regularly - such as the wide-ranging protectionspassed this year by the Virginia General Assembly and signed byGov. Jim Gilmore. Protecting wetlands is at the center of thedebate over the King William Reservoir. The project would destroy403 acres of wetlands in the Cohoke Creek watershed. In November1996 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency gave the project itsworst rating when it looked at the project's environmental impact -"Environmentally Unsatisfactory" - because of the wetlands that theproject would destroy. The following year, the U.S. Fish andWildlife Service also recommended against the project because ofthe wetland losses it would cause. The state Water Control Boardgranted a permit for the project in 1997. But a federal permit isalso needed - from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. ( Full Answer )
A low area surrounded by higher land is called a basin. The areasare usually bowl shaped and are completely surrounded.