Geography Questions and Answers (Q&A)

This is a difficult question to answer, mainly because water flowing makes it hard to determine a “beginning” and “end” to rivers. The most used definition of the beginning of a river is the head of its first tributary, while it “ends” when it dumps into the...Read More

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Alaska is often considered a frozen land. However, there are, as the previous answer states, plenty of beaches. Since they are beaches, they don’t have a lot of frozen land. It is still sandy, but unlike the beaches along California or on the eastern coastline, they don’t have a lot...Read More

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This is almost impossible. You could leap across the Bering Strait from iceberg to iceberg. However, this is harder to do since the ice floats and weaves around it. It’s hard to get a straight line from Alaska to Russia. Even if you could get from Alaska to Russia across the Bering Strait...Read More

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The basic questions that guide geographers in their work are “where are things located” and “why are they there”? The first question takes you to the answers of where. Are there pots that have been fossilized? Or are there bracelets under the dirt, from a civilization...Read More

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The body of water located south of Europe and north of Africa is the Mediterranean Sea. It is connected to the Atlantic Ocean but it is considered as a separate body of water. Studies revealed that based on geological evidence, the Mediterranean Sea was cut off from the Atlantic Ocean more than...Read More

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The two (2) French cities which are near the Mediterranean Sea are Nice and Cannes. Nice is located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It covers a land area of 71.92 square kilometers and a population of more than 340 thousand people. It is also known for its many beaches and its hot...Read More

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(B) Samoa Earlier before 2011, Samoa used to be considered east of the International Date Line (IDL). This means that the country was the first one to see the sunset on any given day. However, when Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele announced that they were going to move the IDL to the east...Read More

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During ancient times, many city-states and countries fought each other for one main reason. That is because they wanted to acquire more land for their city-state and country. Most of the time, these places were located next to the other countries and city-states that they would...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is B, Rule by self-government power over an alien people and place - associated with Europe. Colonization has occurred in New Zealand, The Americas, and Australia. The European countries that took over had more power, and they were wealthier than the...Read More

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The answer to this is B. There are a lot of studies that show nature and humans affecting in each other. Humans usually get affected by nature positively. It is from nature that they get resources that they can use for their own personal needs. Sometimes, they also get items from nature that...Read More

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