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Asked in Landslides
How are a landslide and a avalance different?
landslides involve falling or tumbling earth. avalances imply falling or tumbling snow. they are not mutually exclusive. landslides involve falling or tumbling earth. avalances imply falling or tumbling snow. they are not mutually exclusive. ...
How does hot air at the equator and cold air produce global wind patterns?
Global patterns are the patterns or effects of the rotation of Earth on different wind systems e.g. the trade winds. ...
Is white light produces interference pattern?
white light doesn't produce interference patterns because white light is the entire spectrum of light. only light of a singular frequency produces interference patterns. white light does actually produce interference patterns but because there are so many frequencies involved the patterns blend with each other and are not detectable by eye. ...
Asked in Switzerland, Landforms, Wind Power
What landforms produce winds in Switzerland?
The mountains and valleys in Switzerland produce wind patterns. These patterns can vary drastically within a few miles because of the mountains because of their heights. It is basically the same with any high mountains anywhere, except Switzerland is enclosed. ...
Asked in Physics
Why do light waves with the same wavelength and constant phase difference interfere with eacher to produce light and dark interface patterns?
If their phase difference is constant, then they don't produce light and dark patterns. Light spots are produced where the two sources are in phase, and dark spots where they're out of phase. ...
How does hot air at the equator and cold air at the poles produce global wind patterns?
The cold air pushes the warm air up, forceing it to rise and condense, and causing global wind patterns. Better answer -- they don't. Rotation of the Earth and its effect produces the patterns, not the temperature or location of wind forces. ...
Asked in Meteorology and Weather
What is the study of the atmosphere the process is that produce weather and climate?
Meteorology is the the study of weather. Climatology is the study of larger trends in weather patterns. ...
Asked in Meteorology and Weather
How does warmer temperature affect weather patterns?
It causes convection currents in the air that lead to varied wind patterns and the movements of clouds. It also affects the formation of clouds, as when it is too warm the cannot form as quickly and tend to produce less rain. ...
Asked in Isaac Newton, The Difference Between
Difference between Newton's ring fringes and biprism fringes?
Biprism produce straight fringe systems while Newton's rings are circular fringe patterns. ...
Asked in History of the United States, Sewing
What impact did sewing machine had on American history?
clothing, quiltiing revolutionized domestic and social patterns of that time, and alost influensed the beatles to produce a film called "help". ...
Asked in Science Experiments
How is bounty paper towel strong?
It is the method by which individual sheets are woven together is what makes them strong. If you take a closer look at a paper towel you will see a pattern on the towel. Patterns which tend to be closer together produce a stronger paper towel than those with patterns further apart. ...