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Sonoran Desert - geography.

Sonoran Desert - geography. Sonoran Desert, large, low, arid region lying primarily in southwestern Arizona, southeastern California, and northwestern Mexico (some definitions also include most of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula). The desert is bounded by the Mojave Desert on the north, the Arizona highlands region on the east, Mexico's Sierra Madre Occidental on the south (see Sierra Madre), and the Gulf...

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Sierra Nevada - geography.

Sierra Nevada - geography. Sierra Nevada, mountain range, western United States. A major range, chiefly in California with a small portion in Nevada near Lake Tahoe, it extends from northwest to southeast for approximately 640 km (approximately 400 mi) and varies in width from 65 to 130 km (from 40 to 80 mi). It is bounded on the north by...

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Sierra Madre (mountain range, Mexico) - geography.

Sierra Madre (mountain range, Mexico) - geography. Sierra Madre (mountain range, Mexico), mountain system in Mexico. It is the southern extension of the great Cordillera system of North America. The Sierra Madre comprises three major chains: the Sierra Madre Occidental in the west, the Sierra Madre Oriental in the east, and the Sierra Madre del Sur, which extends along the southern...

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Sahara - geography.

Sahara - geography. Sahara, great desert area, northern Africa, the western portion of the broad belt of arid land that extends from the Atlantic Ocean eastward past the Red Sea to Iraq. The entire desert, the largest in the world, is about 1,610 km (about 1,000 mi) wide and about 5,150 km (about 3,200 mi) long from east to west....

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Pyrenees - geography.

Pyrenees - geography. Pyrenees (French Pyrénées; Spanish Pirineos), mountain range of southwestern Europe, extending from the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean Sea and separating the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of Europe. Except in a few places, such as the area occupied by the tiny semiautonomous principality of Andorra, the boundary between France and Spain runs along the crest of...

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Pyrenees - geography.

Pyrenees - geography. Pyrenees (French Pyrénées; Spanish Pirineos), mountain range of southwestern Europe, extending from the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean Sea and separating the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of Europe. Except in a few places, such as the area occupied by the tiny semiautonomous principality of Andorra, the boundary between France and Spain runs along the crest of...

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Patagonia - geography.

Patagonia - geography. Patagonia, region of southern Argentina that occupies all of Argentina east of the Andes Mountains and south of the Río Colorado. The treeless plains of Patagonia form the largest desert in the Americas. Patagonia has an area of about 670,000 sq km (about 260,000 sq mi), which includes the eastern, or Argentine, part of the Tierra del...

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Namib Desert - geography.

Namib Desert - geography. Namib Desert, temperate desert, extending about 1,500 km (about 930 mi) along the coast of southwestern Africa, mainly in Nami......

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Mountain - geography.

Mountain - geography. I INTRODUCTION Mountain, name usually applied to region of land that is raised rather steeply above the surrounding terrain. Mountains are distinguishable from plateaus by mountains' usually limited summit area (mountains are generally much narrower at the top than at the base) and they are distinguishable from hills by mountains' generally higher elevation. The elevation, or altitude, of a mountain...

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Mount Vesuvius - geography.

Mount Vesuvius - geography. Mount Vesuvius (Italian Vesuvio, from Oscan word fesf, "smoke"), volcano in southern Italy, near the shore of the Bay of Naples and the city of Naples. It is the only active volcano on the European mainland. A solitary mountain rising from the plain of Campania, it has a base 50 km (30 mi) in ci......

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Mount Saint Helens - geography.

Mount Saint Helens - geography. Mount Saint Helens, active volcano, southwestern Washington, in the Cascade Range. The volcano, which had been dormant since 1857, began to show signs of renewed activity in early 1980 when a column of magma (molten rock) began pushing up inside the mountain, causing the north face of the mountain to bulge out. On May 18, 1980,...

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Mount McKinley - geography.

Mount McKinley - geography. Mount McKinley, also Denali, mountain, south central Alaska, in the Alaska Range, in Denali Na......

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Mount Everest - geography.

Mount Everest - geography. I INTRODUCTION Mount Everest, mountain peak in the Himalayas of southern Asia, considered the highest mountain in the world. Mount Everest is situated at the edge of the Tibetan Plateau (Qing Zang Gaoyuan), on the border of Nepal and the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. Mount Everest was known as Peak XV until 1856, when it was named for...

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Kilimanjaro - geography.

Kilimanjaro - geography. Kilimanjaro, highest mountain in Africa, located in northeastern Tanzania, near the border with Kenya. Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano. Its two peaks stand 11 km (7 mi) apart and ar......

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Kalahari Desert - geography.

Kalahari Desert - geography. I INTRODUCTION Kalahari Desert, arid region on the interior plateau of southern Africa, occupying central and southwestern Botswana and parts of west central South Africa and eastern Namibia. The desert covers an area of about 260,000 sq km (100,000 sq mi). The Kalahari is part of a large sand basin stretching into Angola and Zambia in the north, through...

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K2 - geography.

K2 - geography. K2, also Mount Godwin Austen, mountain peak in the Karakoram Range of the western Himalayas, straddling the border between China and Jammu and Kashm? r, a territory claimed by India and Pakistan. Pakistan currently controls the portion where K2 lies. ......

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Himalayas - geography.

Himalayas - geography. I INTRODUCTION Himalayas, also Himalaya (Sanskrit for "abode of snow"), mountain system in Asia, forming a broad continuous arc for nearly 2,600 km (1,600 mi) along the northern fringes of the Indian subcontinent, from the bend of the Indus River in the northwest to the Brahmaputra River in the east. The Himalayas range, averaging 320 to 400 km (200 to...

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Gobi - geography.

Gobi - geography. Gobi, extensive desert area of southern Mongolia and northern China. The largest desert in Asia, it is also known as Shamo, the Chinese word for "sand desert." The Gobi, which is about 1,600 km (about 1,000 mi) in extent from east to west and about 1,000 km (about 600 mi) from north to south, has a total...

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Fuji (mountain) - geography.

Fuji (mountain) - geography. Fuji (mountain) or Fujiyama, also Fuji-san, celebrated dormant volcano of Japan, southern Honsh? Island, near Tokyo. Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan, rises as a cone to a height of 3,776 m (12,387 ft) above sea lev......

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Desert - geography.

Desert - geography. I INTRODUCTION Desert, term applied to regions of the earth that are characterized by less than 254 mm (10 in) of annual rainfall, an evaporation rate that exceeds precipitation, and, in most cases, a high average temperature. Because of a lack of moisture in the soil and low humidity in the atmosphere, most of the sunlight penetrates to the...

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Cascade Range - geography.

Cascade Range - geography. Cascade Range, lofty mountain range of the northwestern United States and southwestern Canada, about 1130 km (about 700 mi) long. The range extends from northern California through Oregon and Washington into British Columbia, Canada. In the U.S. the Cascades lie from about 160 to 240 km (about 100 to 150 mi) inland from the...

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Appalachian Mountains - geography.

Appalachian Mountains - geography. Appalachian Mountains or Appalachians, great mountain system of eastern North America, nearly parallel with the Atlantic coast, and extending from the province of Québec in Canada to northern Alabama. The system is 2,400 km (1,500 mi) long and varies from 160 to more than 480 km (100 to more than 300 mi) in width. Its altitude...

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Andes - geography.

Andes - geography. I INTRODUCTION Andes, the principal mountains of South America and one of the greatest mountain systems of the world. The Andes include some of the world's highest peaks. More than 50 of them soar higher than 6,100 m (20,000 ft) above sea level. Only the Himalayas of south central Asia are higher. The lofty plateaus and high mountain valleys...

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Alps - geography.

Alps - geography. I INTRODUCTION Alps, great mountain system of south central Europe, forming an arc some 1200 km (750 mi) long from the Gulf of Genoa to the Danube River at Vienna. The Alps are the highest and most densely settled mountain belt of Europe, occupying an area of about 200,000 sq km (about 80,000 sq mi) and inhabited by some...

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Yellowstone National Park - geography.

Yellowstone National Park - geography. I INTRODUCTION Yellowstone National Park, national park established in 1872. Located in northwestern Wyoming and extending into Montana and Idaho, the park is known for its spectacular geysers, hot springs, canyons, and fossil forests. Yellowstone was the world's first national park. II HISTORY Native American groups lived in the area of Yellowstone for thousands of years. The name Yellowstone is...

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