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There are lots of wind turbines on the coast because the is lots of wind and if its high there is stronger wind higher up.
Wind is almost everywhere and it cannot be recovered but we can transfer its energy using turbines or windmills to generate power higher altitudes have stronger winds due to less resistance from buildings mountains and hills
Hot air rising while cool air sinks
A Hills Hoist works by having a line wrapped around pulleys. The operator pulls the line to get clothes on the line closer and to bring an empty space within reach. A Hills Hoist is used for hanging clothes. They are very common in larger cities where people have no yards to put up clothesline poles.
Because of the rounded nature of the hills, they function very much like the upper surface of an aircraft wing when there is an airflow (wind) over them. This leads to lower pressure on the hills themselves (in an aircraft this would cause lift). This lower pressure makes it easier for for water to turn from a liquid to a gas (less energy is required for the phase change to occur) and the water boils at a lower temperature
The value of the force of gravity (standard value of g=9.8 m per second squared) on hills is less than at the plains so the weight of tennis ball at hills is less than at plains. In other words, the force with which the earth attracts the ball on hills will be less than at plains.
they had hills and lots of plains.
hills and plains
there are mostly both of them. there are hills, plains, and mountains and other landforms
It is more Mountainous
Plains and hills, mountains and lakes, rivers and sea; 31 % mountains, 33 % hills, 36 % plains.
Florida's Landforms are mountains, hills, lakes, and plains
Plains and hills, mountains and lakes, rivers and sea, 31 % mountains, 33 % hills, 36 % plains.
Plains receive eroded minerals from higher elevations, and erosion does not remove as much dead plant material as it does from hills and mountains. Precipitation tends to percolate minerals down into the soil.
The Black Hills