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Sebastian Weiss

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Geography

Asked by Audrey · 2 years ago

Can someone help me answer this question about developed countries? Check the picture. Thanks!~?

Hi i would love to but dont see any picture attached. Best, Seb (The Geography Tutor - thegeographytutor.com)

Geography

Asked by Kristina · 2 years ago

What is the distribution of rivers in the UK?

You can find rivers all around the UK. The Thames for example is a major river that runs through London. Rivers exist because they drain rainwater, eventually back to the sea. Each river will drain a drainage basin. A drainage basin is defined as an area of land drained by a river and its tributaries. As the UK has relatively high rainfall, there are many rivers in the country.

Geography

Asked by Chelsea · 2 years ago

How is a pyramidal peak formed?

A pyramidal peak, sometimes called a glacial horn in extreme cases, is an angular, sharply pointed mountain peak which results from the erosion due to multiple glaciers diverging from a central point.

Geography

Asked by Micheal · 2 years ago

What are the global wind belts?

Global wind belts are wind currents in the earth's atmosphere driven by atmospheric circulation cells - the Hadley, Ferrel and Polar cells. At the equator for example, where two Hadley cells meet, warm, moist air rises (low pressure). Where Hadley cells meet Ferrel cells, cold, dry air sinks (high pressure). Its easier to understand if you see a diagram of the cells and wind belts (try to Google i... more

Geography

Asked by Jeniffer · 2 years ago

When does geographic isolation occur?

Geographic isolation is a term that refers to a population of animals, plants, or other organisms that are separated from exchanging genetic material with other organisms of the same species. Typically geographic isolation is the result of an accident or coincidence. An example of geographic isolation is the people of a remote village only able to reproduce within the village population.

Geography

Asked by Audrey · 2 years ago

How will plate tectonics change the future?

Plates will continue to move and so continental drift will continue to occur. One theory suggests that in millions of years the earth's continents will once again converge into one large landmass - another supercontient like Pangea.

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Sebastian Weiss

Highly experienced and engaging Geography tutor

296Students helped
6Questions answered
£50Per hour