Lateral moraines are ridges of rock debris formed along the sides of a moving glacier.
The top of the wave is called the crest.
The Hawaiian islands were formed by volcanoes. Volcanoes have two methods of formation, convergence of tectonic plates at the edges of the plates, and hot spots under the middle of plates. The Hawaiian islands and others in that area were formed when magma from the mantle rose to Earth's surface through a certain spot in the middle of the plate (i.e., the Pacific Plate for the Hawaiian Islands). This hot spot is situated beneath the center of the plate, and the volcano above moves with the plate as it moves, but the hot spot stays in place. This causes the original volcano to become extinct when its move cuts it off from its magma source and an island is born. A new volcano will then form above the hot spot again. This process repeats as the plate moves and a string of volcanoes (and eventually, islands) will dot the surface of the plate as the movement continues away from the hot spot.
No. The total number of Members of the House of Representatives is currently fixed at 435. See Related Links.
The answer is TRUE
It is false that the Continental shelf is almost completely devoid of life. There are life forms that live here though they must live under extreme conditions.
moving surface water
A kind of fiction that pictures creatures or events beyond the boundaries of known reality
The mid Atlantic Ocean fits this description.