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In a cooling magma composed of silicon, oxygen, aluminum, potassium, hydrogen, calcium, and sodium a
In a cooling magma composed of silicon, oxygen, aluminum, potassium, hydrogen, calcium, and sodium a
quartz, olivine, muscovite, potassium feldspar

 In a cooling magma composed of silicon, oxygen, aluminum, potassium, hydrogen, calcium, and sodium atoms, which of the following silicate minerals would be impossible to crystallize?
Geography and Earth Sciences   sassysue   224   Asked A year ago
In the first decade of the 21st century, German Neo-Nazis killed a number of Turkish immigrants to t
In the first decade of the 21st century, German Neo-Nazis killed a number of Turkish immigrants to t
In the first decade of the 21st century, German Neo-Nazis killed a number of Turkish immigrants to that country. This is an example of xenophobia.
Geography and Earth Sciences   akameagie   99   Asked A year ago
You have a friend who lives in Paris. He has never attended a church service at one of the city's ...
You have a friend who lives in Paris. He has never attended a church service at one of the city's ...
You have a friend who lives in Paris. He has never attended a church service at one of the city's magnificent cathedrals and believes that human rights are more important than religion. He is a good example of the trend in Europe toward:
Geography and Earth Sciences   akameagie   109   Asked A year ago
Milan in northern Italy is part of the ________ region.
Milan in northern Italy is part of the ________ region.
Milan in northern Italy is part of the ________ region.
Geography and Earth Sciences   akameagie   129   Asked A year ago
France offers tax breaks for families with children and government-sponsored paid maternity leave, b
France offers tax breaks for families with children and government-sponsored paid maternity leave, b
France offers tax breaks for families with children and government-sponsored paid maternity leave, both examples of pronatalist policies.
Geography and Earth Sciences   akameagie   77   Asked A year ago
Mt. Etna lies in the European region's major tectonically active zone and youngest mountain range. ...
Mt. Etna lies in the European region's major tectonically active zone and youngest mountain range. ...
Mt. Etna lies in the European region's major tectonically active zone and youngest mountain range. You can infer that Mt. Etna is in the ________ Sea.
Geography and Earth Sciences   akameagie   68   Asked A year ago
There are ____________________ limits to population growth in nature.
There are ____________________ limits to population growth in nature.
There are ____________________ limits to population growth in nature.
Geography and Earth Sciences   joker   31   Asked A year ago
Where was the "new economy" born in the U.S.?
Where was the "new economy" born in the U.S.?
Where was the "new economy" born in the U.S.?
Geography and Earth Sciences   nicoleg7   138   Asked A year ago
Evaluate the economic challenges of Western Australia's mineral extraction industries.
Evaluate the economic challenges of Western Australia's mineral extraction industries.
Evaluate the economic challenges of Western Australia's mineral extraction industries.
Geography and Earth Sciences   mycorollas   159   Asked 2 years ago
What percent of earths radius is 20 kilometers?
What percent of earths radius is 20 kilometers?
what percent of  earths radius is 20 kilometers?
Geography and Earth Sciences   Benjamin41   365   Asked 2 years ago
During the Paleozoic many biologic and geologic events occurred. List, then describe 4 different and
During the Paleozoic many biologic and geologic events occurred. List, then describe 4 different and
During the Paleozoic many biologic and geologic events occurred. List, then describe 4 different and significant event and what their impact were for this era
Geography and Earth Sciences   mahsa1911   474   Asked 2 years ago
This is a question of enviromental science that I do not know.
This is a question of enviromental science that I do not know.
In general,
  A)hypotheses describe and theories explain.
  B)experiments test and laws explain.
  C)aws describe and theories explain.
 D) laws explain and theories describe.
Geography and Earth Sciences   LP77   175   Asked 2 years ago
Why is it so difficult to interpret the geology of the Precambrian? How are these difficulties or ...
Why is it so difficult to interpret the geology of the Precambrian? How are these difficulties or ...
Precambrian time, period of time that extends from about 4.6 billion years ago (the point at which Earth began to form) to the beginning of the Cambrian Period, 542 million years ago. The Precambrian represents more than 80 percent of the total geologic record.
Geography and Earth Sciences   Nilly1501   313   Asked 2 years ago
One contrast between the urban centers of core countries and those of peripheral countries is that ...
One contrast between the urban centers of core countries and those of peripheral countries is that ...
One contrast between the urban centers of core countries and those of peripheral countries is that _______.

A) urban centers of the core developed largely in response to economic growth, whereas urban centers of the periphery developed in response to population pressures prior to economic growth
B) urban centers of the core are socially, economically, and politically
Geography and Earth Sciences   rakan.205   886   Asked 2 years ago
In determining the size of hail stones, weather spotters should report the longest dimension of the ...
In determining the size of hail stones, weather spotters should report the longest dimension of the ...
True or False
Geography and Earth Sciences   amiddleton33   191   Asked 2 years ago
Megathrusts between subducting oceanic crust and an overriding plate are a potential source of ...
Megathrusts between subducting oceanic crust and an overriding plate are a potential source of ...
A) oceanic crust is "thrust" over the continent along a megathrust so that forces the land downward producing a tsunami
B) one side of the fault is on land and the other is underwater so an earthquake could cause a landslide or tsunami depending on which side moved
C) the earthquakes on these faults are underwater and could displace large amounts of water from th
Geography and Earth Sciences   allover1   325   Asked 2 years ago
Which climatic type is dominated by the westerly winds throughout the year so there are frequent wea
Which climatic type is dominated by the westerly winds throughout the year so there are frequent wea
Which climatic type is dominated by the westerly winds throughout the year so there are frequent weather changes?
Geography and Earth Sciences   NickMania   632   Asked 2 years ago
The Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) is associated with the ______ pressure belt A.Equatorial ...
The Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) is associated with the ______ pressure belt A.Equatorial ...

The Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) is associated with the ______ pressure belt
      
A.Equatorial Low
      
B.Sub-Tropical High
      
C.Sub-Polar Low
      
D.Polar High
      
E.Equatorial High

Geography and Earth Sciences   mahsa1911   292   Asked 2 years ago
Why mineral chalcopyrite and sphalerite hard to find in alluvium placer deposit?
Why mineral chalcopyrite and sphalerite hard to find in alluvium placer deposit?
Elaborate a bit. Thank you.
Geography and Earth Sciences   cassie1226   263   Asked 3 years ago
Are these core or Peripheral countries
Are these core or Peripheral countries
Developed Regions?
high GDP per capita?
Third World?
large primary sector of economy?
high debt service relative to GDP?
economically diversified?
high mass consumption?
post-industrial economies?
autarkic regions?
in the "debt trap”??
Establish Export Processing Zones (EPZs)?
LDCs?
GNP/capita < $5000?
wood for
Geography and Earth Sciences   mhurckes   318   Asked 3 years ago
Explain what is the most common range of earthquake magnitudes
Explain what is the most common range of earthquake magnitudes


What is the most common range of earthquake magnitudes?

Less than 3.0
 
3.0 to 3.9
 
4.0 to 4.9
 
greater than 5.0
 
 
Why are magnitudes of this range so common?

Geography and Earth Sciences   Brittany_av   547   Asked 3 years ago
Geography (including map making and geographical description) was essential for
Geography (including map making and geographical description) was essential for
Geography (including map making and geographical description) was essential for commercial success in the competitive world of the European Renaissance. is this
 True
 False
Geography and Earth Sciences   mhurckes   308   Asked 3 years ago
In terms of the GII, most African countries have
In terms of the GII, most African countries have
In terms of the GII, most African countries have
Geography and Earth Sciences   lovewa   253   Asked 3 years ago
What is the relationship between vertical motion of air, air pressure, and storm
What is the relationship between vertical motion of air, air pressure, and storm
What is the relationship between vertical motion of air, air pressure, and stormy and calm weather?

What is happening when an atmospheric river is flowing toward the west coast of United States?

How does storm surge develop during a hurricane and how does storm surge impact the coast as the hurricane makes landfall?
Geography and Earth Sciences   puchacho11   351   Asked 3 years ago
How does the change from water vapor to cloud droplets add heat to the...
How does the change from water vapor to cloud droplets add heat to the...
How does the change from water vapor to cloud droplets add heat to the atmosphere?

How does differential heating and cooling of Earth’s surface result in global scale winds like the Trade Winds and Westerlies?

What type of weather usually accompanies a drop in air pressure? What type of weather usually accompanies a rise in air pressure?  Explain the relat
Geography and Earth Sciences   puchacho11   216   Asked 3 years ago
Which latitudes experience persistent lift of air due to the convection the...
Which latitudes experience persistent lift of air due to the convection the...
Which latitudes experience persistent lift of air due to the convection the drive Earth’s global atmospheric circulation?

A. 15⁰ and 30⁰
   
B. 0⁰ and 60⁰
   
C. 5⁰ and 85⁰
   
D. 0⁰ and 90⁰
   
E. 45⁰ and 55⁰
Geography and Earth Sciences   puchacho11   314   Asked 3 years ago
Which statement correctly describes part of Earth’s global atmospheric...
Which statement correctly describes part of Earth’s global atmospheric...
Which statement correctly describes part of Earth’s global atmospheric circulation?

A. Air rises at the equator and at 30⁰N latitude
   
B. Air falls at the equator and at 30⁰N latitude
   
C. Air falls at the equator and rises at 30⁰N latitude
   
D. Air rises at the equator and falls at 30⁰N latitude
   
E. Air rises at the equator and f
Geography and Earth Sciences   puchacho11   303   Asked 3 years ago
Temperature is usually the key difference between air masses separated by a fro
Temperature is usually the key difference between air masses separated by a fro
 Temperature is usually the key difference between air masses separated by a front.
Geography and Earth Sciences   elpflower   340   Asked 3 years ago
A maritime Polar (mP) air mass is ________.
A maritime Polar (mP) air mass is ________.
A maritime Polar (mP) air mass is ________.
A) warm and dry
B) warm and humid
C) cold and humid
D) cold and dry
Geography and Earth Sciences   drelog   278   Asked 3 years ago
T/F More and more US suburbs have become collectively self-sufficient?
T/F More and more US suburbs have become collectively self-sufficient?
T/F Urban influence zones refers to areas outside of the city that are still affected by the city?

T/F More and more US suburbs have become collectively self-sufficient?
Geography and Earth Sciences   Gabbyfalz05   1425   Asked 3 years ago
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