Asked in Geology, Earth Sciences, Lakes and Rivers
Where does the river erode sediment and where it deposits sediment as it flows around the curve?
In a meandering river or stream, the area of highest erosion would be on the outer bend of the meander. Deposition would occur on the shore of the inner bend. ...
Asked in Pokemon Silver Gold and Crystal
Where would gold deposits be found and where would they be traded?
Gold deposits would be found in the Nile river, and this would be traded in the middle of Africa. (: ...
Asked in Bodies of Water, Lakes and Rivers
Why is a river deposits heavier sediments first and lighter sidements later as it flows along?
After that it would be deposited when the flow of the river is too slow to carry it. ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers
What soil types would be expect in a river or stream delta?
Alluvial types of soil.
Asked in Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Lakes and Rivers
What are physical characteristics of a river?
The physical characteristics of a river vary according to age. In a young river, one would expect to find a steep gradient (slope), high discharge, rapids, steep sides, no floodplain, and a lot of downcutting. In a mature river, one would expect to find a medium gradient, meadows, some meanders (bends in the river path), a narrow floodplain, lateral erosion, and medium discharge. In an old river, one would expect to find large meanders, a wide floodplain, more lateral erosion, and low...
Asked in Economics
Why would you expect firms that set price to do so in the elastic portion of their demand curve?
I'm having trouble finding a descent response
Asked in Economics
A reduction in the level of unemployment would have which effict with respect to the nation's production possibilities curve..........?
It would not shift the curve; it would be represented by moving from a point inside the curve toward the curve. ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Water Pollution
How is it possible for one polluted site in a watershed to contaminate a whole river basin?
Because a watershed is an area where water drains quickly from, and deposits into a river basin... so the source of water for the river basin would be contaminated. pussy is yummy. ...
Asked in Earth Sciences, Landforms
Would you expect to see a river in a mountain or plain region?
Both. The difference is the type of river. In the mountains, rapid moving. On the plains, what is called slow, placid, or winding. ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Euphrates River
Why did the flooding of the Tigris Euphrates river system benefit civilizations that existed there?
The floods would leave silt deposits behind, resulting in fertile soil.
Asked in Chemistry, Snow and Ice, Temperature
Suppose you heated frozen alcohol instead of ice how would the heating curve for alcohol be similar to and different from the heating curve for water?
Answer Alcohol freezes at -114. i would imagine that the heating curve would be similar to the differences in freezing curve.. ...
Would you expect a fast moving mountain stream or the Mississippi River to have more dissolved oxygen?
I personally would expect the mountain stream to have more dissolved oxygen, because I know that oxygen dissolves better in cold water. ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Zambezi River
Would you expect the Niger river to have as many waterfalls as the Zambezi river why or why not?
No. The Niger River has no water falls. The Zambezi river is home to many waterfalls including Victoria Falls. The Zambezi river goes through different elevations while the Niger river stays in one even though it is much longer. ...
Asked in Mountains
Where would you find the largest oil deposits in north America?
Austen,Texas would be the answer to; the largest oil deposits in north America ...
Asked in Economics
Why would entire supply curve move?
This is due to an expansion(contraction) of the supply curve. i.e. the suppliers are willing to produce more(less) for the same level of price than before. This can be due to many factors such as a tax cut, better technology allowing more efficient production, natural disaster..... In short, any factors expect price would shift the entire supply curve to the right(expansion) or to the left(contraction) ...