Most people live in the Sahel. People have to adapt to the living in the Saharan region. The Sahara desert is one of the harshest places in the whole entire world. The climate is very hot, arid, and dry. On page 300 it says, ¨The Sahara is the largest desert in the world.
The climate in the Sahara is very hot, which makes it a very hard environment to live in. The temperatures during the day, can reach up to 100 degrees fahrenheit, and this weather is very dry too from the unpredictable rain. So in some areas, it may rain up to three inches, while in other areas, it may not even rain at all which can affect people’s daily lives in the Sahara. In the text, it says, “Temperatures vary greatly between day and night. Daytime temperatures often soar above 100'F.
The Sahara Desert The Sahara is a very well known desert, with biodiversities, different types of climates and many facts that are extraordinary. It is in the African continent and it takes a big part of it. It had many human huntings and it is also known a the Great Desert. The Sahara desert is the largest desert (non polar) in the world and years ago it was wetter than it is now. As mentioned the Sahara has a great biodiversity, means that there are many types of plants, animals and humans.
The grass held moisture in the soil and kept the soil from blowing away (Holley).” Before the Great Plains were settled, its geography was covered in lush grasses that made it perfect for farming and raising livestock. As the population grew and more and more people settled there, the grass was removed so that they could farm the land. Now the grass that held the water that kept the soil in-place
The first cause is the drought. So much land was being harvested on for crops. How this affects the Dust Bowl is since there was little rainfall for four years(Doc E), if soil isn’t watered it turns into dust after a while. A lot of land was being harvested on, and a lot of land with soil that isn’t watered can turn into dust.
Life for the bedouin people is extremely hard due to the lack of rain. The bedouin people are scattered around North Africa. The bedouin people do not have proper shelter and there is not even a grass area nearby. The Sahara desert is also a tourist destination for people who want to experience a new place that they haven't been to
The Southern Colonies climate was usually warm and moist which was good for agriculture. However, the hot climate also caused diseases such as Malaria and Yellow Fever. Since the weather was warm and moist, it made it easy and good to grow crops because the weather would make the soil fertile. The regions of
Hide among cereal crops and behind the mounds of hay or among the vineyards. It first walks with the freshness of the morning, but the day it became warm and hot forced to stop. My brother Jacob exhausted and Leah asleep in the man's arms who carried her. Again, we undertook the hike and reach a woodland. There another forest ranger led us to a shelter where along with Solange spent a few days.
In the South, however, the climate was warmer. This made it easier to grow crops and raise animals for trade. Furthermore, the terrain was flatter. The land therefore was easier to navigate, and there wasn’t a huge need for steam engine locomotives. The North and South have significant contrasts to one another.
Crops like fruits, vegetable, cotton, wheat, and rice were able to be grown and harvested. This gave the Indus a good food supply, and items for trade. However, the rivers in the Indus valley commonly changed course, more often in times of flooding. This made them unreliable. Rivers
another way the Bowl affected the people’s health was that when the dust came it covered everything from the food they to the clothing they wear. Which made matters worse,no one knew how long the drought would last.(Yancey)(pg.24). Due to these reasons not very many people made it through the Dust
What is discovered is that the center of the desert is the Mojave National Preserve. The preserve is a large area covering about 2,403 square miles, ranges in elevation from less than 1000 feet to almost 8000 feet, and is abundant with over 300 different species of animals (Desert USA). Within the preserve is the Kelso Depot Visitor Center, which is 35 miles south of Baker, California. This would be the ideal location for the monument that we The Mojave Desert Geography Council would like to build. Not only is the location in the center of the Mojave Desert but it is also the location of the Mojave’s National Preserve making it an ideal location to create a monument dedicated to the desert.
Hot mineral springs are found throughout the state, with the most famous one being White Sulfur Springs. The Allegheny Mountains are also laced with miles of limestone caves. Organ Cave is the largest cave. The state 's most significant river is the Ohio River. This is because it forms the state 's western border.
On November 16th 2016 I went to the Triangle Farmer’s Market visiting two different vendors. I asked the vendors general questions about how their products are grown and sold. My total time spent at the farmers market was approximately 1 hour. I learned a lot about sustainable production of food and the importance of supporting local farms. The first vendor I went to exclusively sold vegetables.