atlantic ocean, peninsula, pond
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geographical setting means any land, water, or anything on earth like geography but formed in such as a setting
Water stored on earth naturally in different forms and locations: on the surface, below the ground and in the oceans.
Geographical barriers are natural barriers that divide the Earth. Some examples include a mountain range, a large body of water or an expanse of climatic differences.
mars north polar cap is sposed to have water on it geographical features simalar to ones on earth leading to further proof that Mars has or had water on it
it would be no use of water because without its property then earth would be a water planet
It is through precipitation that water returns to the surface of the earth. It might be rain, hail, snow or another form.
Salt (NaCl, or table salt) can be obtained from sea water by evaporation of the solvent (water) and can also be mined from the earth in various locations around the world.
Europa and Titan have more water than is found on Earth.
It means that we might just be drinking Marie Antoinette's bath water! It is amazing that the earth recycles ALL of it's water.
Mars might have had water but that was at least 1 billion years ago
For sure, you will find oxygen and Hydrogen Then, depending on the geographical zone you are, it might have different minerals among other elements. Let alone if we are talking about filtered ocean water.
Earth is where we live. The planet Earth is in a area of the milky way And we have water on our home planet. The other planets do not have water on them. They might be near galaxies but they are not inside a galaxy
Wind,Water And Ice
Water, reefs, sand, seashells
mountains and water
Mercury and Venus are inner planets that does not have water and oxygen. Mars might be another, but we don't know. It might have water. Now Earth....if there was no water and oxygen, I wouldn't be replying to this(except if I was alien, eh?)!
Scientists believe that there was water on mars before. It might have been frozen.
There are theories that the moon use to be part of the Earth, therefore, when the asteroid that hit Earth and sent a large chunk ( Theorized as our moon) in to space, that piece may have water on it from where it use to be part of the Earth.
No a water fall is a geographical feature. Water is a resource but it is not renwable
Islands are surrounded by water.
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