Life in the Sahara is not easy. This paper will inform you about the difficulties of adapting to the Desert, Oasis and Sahel environments of the Sahara. Normally, when someone talks about the Sahara desert, people picture a vast sea of sand. But there is more to it than that. The Sahara has three main types of landforms.
Effects like tourism, mining for oil, military testing, nuclear bombing, solar power plant and pollution is having a devastating affect on the Sahara Desert. Solar power plant - photo from pinterest Mining villages - photo from The WANDERLUSTers The Sahara Desert is not well protected, this might also be due to the low population in the Sahara desert. A specific impact the community has had on the sahara includes when farmers allow overgrazing, this allows the desert to grow in size, however, this is also destroying plant life. The Sahara is an area of largely uninterrupted habitat. The Sahara Desert is made up of sand and rock and it has small areas of vegetation.
From Mexico to Arizona Have you ever been so tired that you feel every bone in your body is about to break? “Don’t stop, keep going because something great is waiting for us on the other side,” my mother kept reminding me while crossing the desert. Crossing the desert to come to the United States was the hardest thing I had to do. This was not optional since I was barely seven; it was necessary if we wanted to survive. While crossing the desert may seem easy, it is challenging, dangerous, and exhausting because walking long distances without water in a mountainous area can lead to injury or extreme exhaustion.
Nowadays environmental problem is the one of the most significant threat facing the world. Most of the agricultural regions became the desert wastelands and damaging the bio-diversity because of deforestation leads to climate and environmental changes. Especially, the coldest and hottest parts are worse. Most people do not understand why the climate changes take place in many regions of the world. Being cold in winter, being hot in summer, and raining in the rainy season are simply natural.
Even with this huge number of workers, it is impossible to clean the whole farm efficiently to give 100% performance. Another issue is humidity since it is above average in UAE and especially in the summer. This relative humidity creates a layer of water vapor on the surface on the panel which decreases the efficiency of the panel. It causes voltage, current and power drop and this facts were proven in the countries with hot climate and high humidity levels. Another problem with the solar panels is the cloudy days which is uncontrollable and decreases the performance of the farm.
Imagine having to live in one of the hottest places in the world. Barely having enough food and water and never wasting anything. This place is called the Sahara desert.Some people like pastoral nomads have to do this. But it is not all bad because there is some water. Most people live in the Sahel.
This caused the Chinese to grow sweet potato, introduced by Chen Zhenlong, as their staple food as it didn’t require much water to survive. With an altitude of 4500m, the Tibetan Plateau provided protection and isolation from invaders and influences from the western world. Another natural geographic feature that protected the Chinese was the Gobi and Taklamakan deserts. The Gobi desert was a very dry area with limited rainfall; it would make many groups of invaders too afraid to cross it, or die along the way. The Taklamakan desert included both extremes of climate, being hot during the day and extremely cold during the night.
Iraq is relatively close to the equator, and has much of a desert climate, with mild winters and harsh summers. Temperatures range from 39 degrees to 111 degrees fahrenheit year-round. Due to the temperature getting so hot, people cool off in underground shelters. However, there are also areas of Iraq which consists of mountains, which have cooler temperatures and climate. This is because the mountains block the warm air and is at a higher elevation.
Sodium is one of the hardest elements in the periodic table and it is one of the most reactive elements in the periodic table. The process is painstakingly hard and is done mostly in Africa in the areas of the Sahara and east Africa. It is also very painstaking because sodium is so reactive it reacts with the skin of the workers, also the workers have to travel with the sodium through the desert which is very difficult and has to be dry at all times. Also if it gets even a little bit wet you have to wait until it dries out so that they can continue the travel without the sodium breaking apart. The workers also have to deal with crystal elements, which have to be broken down with stone tools (pick axe).
One noticeable difference between the two places is the weather . Ho Chi Minh City has two distinct seasons: a very humid, rainy season and a long, hot, dry season throughout the year . The highest temperature climbs to approximately 39°C around noon in late April and the lowest might be about 16°C in the early mornings of late December. In the dry season, December through April, it is really hot and humid. The hot climate is hard enough on the people that they have to turn the air conditioner all day.