Characteristics of the Topography in Arid Regions?

Answer Arid regions are those with little vegetation and very dry climates. These areas generally receive less than 250 mm of rainfall per year. Arid regions, particularly deserts, are shaped by water and... Read More »

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What Are Florida's Topography Regions?

Florida is considered a low-lying plateau, much of which is at or slightly above sea level. Most of the topography is gentle rolling hills, the highest of which is located on the panhandle and rise... Read More »

Semi-Arid Desert Shrubs?

Deserts are defined almost solely by the limited amount of water they contain. All plants that survive in arid or semiarid environments have adapted in ways that allow them to persist under drought... Read More »

If you live in an area that is already known for being arid or goes through moderate to severe drought ?

I live in a desert. We use drip irrigation and mulches to conserve soil moisture. The ground is also well endowed with water holding organic matter. I think I spend more time tending the organic... Read More »

What does topography mean?

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, topography refers to the delineation in detail on maps or charts of natural and man-made features of a place or a region in order to show their position... Read More »