Asia is the continent with the greatest number of time zones. It covers a total of all of or part of 11 different time zones.
Russia has nine time zones spanning two continents.
All continents have time zones. It is just that the continents are so big that they have many time zones in them.
Asia and Antarctica are the only continents that have nonstandard time zones. In the 1920's other areas of the world changed to standard time zones to avoid railroad trains from colliding into each other.
Whichcontinents that's spread across the three temperature zones
Australia and Asia! :)
mid-ocean ridges and subduction zones
There are forty times zones not five.
I don't have times zones but HUMANS have time zones because it is really a different time there. For ex: If you are in California and it is 6 it would be 8.
- Time Zones - Continents - Climate Regions
north america and asia
There are 24 primary time zones
There are no time zones on Antarctica. Separate research facilities set their clocks to synchronize with their support nation headquarters on other continents.
The number of worldwide standard time zones is: 24
Asia, North America, and South America.
The location wherein most lithosphere is destroyed are the subduction zones. These zones are along the Ring of Fire where Asia and the American continents are closing together.
The fact that there are subduction zones where continental plates meet !
12 time zones in the world.
How many different times zones does Philippines have?
There are 24 times zones in a day, one for each hour.
North American has the fewest time zones with a total of 20 time zones. Antarctica has the most times zones with a total of 24.
The united states has four different time zones. Other than this, there are a couple of countries in europe that also have four different time zones too.
the 8 climate zones in Europe marine west coast humid continents Mediterranean steppe humid subtropical subarctic tundra high land
there are SIX time zones in Canada (Some would say there are five and a half time zones in Canada.)