What does the seafloor around the bay of fundy look like?
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Answer . the earth moves around the sun in elliptical orbits ( may be you call them .. elongated circles)... like moon does to earth, earth too comes twice as close to sun than any other time.. thanks.
Answer . Because they have the largest tides in the world with a difference of as much as 48 feet between low tide and high tide. The greater the difference, the more energy can be derived from the change.
The Bay of Fundy is in between the province of New Brunswick & Nova Scotia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! . ~! (: PEACE :) !~
The Province of New Brunswick is on the north shore of the Bay of Fundy and the Province of Nova Scotia is on the south side.
there is alot of kinds of amiamls in the ocean like sharks, fish, jellyfish, whales, eels, and starfish. they don't all look alike thoungh!
Maine shares the coastline of the Bay of Fundy with the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Nova Scotia The Bay of Fundy is an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
The height of the tide difference ranges from 3.5 meters (11ft) along the southwest shore of Nova Scotia and steadily increases as the flood waters travel up the 280 km (174 miles) of shoreline to the head of the Bay where, in the Minas Basin, the height of the tide can reach an incredible 16 meters… (53ft). (MORE)
Located on the northeast coast of North America, the Bay of Fundyis 400 to 700 feet deep. The bay is 180 miles long and measures 62miles wide at the mouth.
If you're talking about a bay horse, it is a horse that is any shade of brown, with a black mane and tail, black muzzle and black legs.
The largest island in the Bay of Fundy is Grand Manan Island. Itcovers an area of about 253 square miles.
Beacause it haves the largest tides in the world and its home to Hopwell Rocks
This could be a number of things. The dog's skin may be dry,infection, or an irritation. You could check in with your vet.
The Bay of Fundy has the largest tides in the world with a difference of as much as 48 feet between low tide and high tide. The greater the difference, the more energy can be derived from the change.
"The height of the tide is 3.5 meters (11ft) along the southwest shore of Nova Scotia and steadily increases as the floodwaters travel up the 280 km (174 miles) of shoreline to the head of the Bay where in the Minas Basin the height of the tide can reach 16 meters (53ft)." - See source in related li…nks below (MORE)
The nearby islands of Java and Sumatra are heavily forested with occasional towns. The small islands that remain of the original Krakatoa are also forested. Some trees grow around the new volcanic island of Anak Krakatau has some trees around the edges but is mostly covered in ash and volcanic rock.… (MORE)
Dinosaurs were around for a long period of time so the Earth's ecosystems changed many times. That is why there are three periods during the Era of Dinosaurs: the Triassic, Jurassic, and the Cretaceous. All three periods looked different from each other.
Yes Puffins are found in the bay of fundy. There is actually a site that you can take a boat to and watch them for hours if you really wanted too. The other day i actually watched a video and there are many species of birds found there including Razorbills. Submitted by Matthew Murphy.
No, herpes around your mouth looks like small water filled blisters. Herpes outbreaks are not isolated to the lips --- they can occur around the mouth, in the nose or on the nose. A pimple will not be blistered and will go away in a few days. Herpes takes about two weeks to clear up (it crusts up …and begins to get smaller). (MORE)
Without a photo it would be difficult to tell, but it could be a sea cucumber, which is cucumber shaped and purple. It's not a jelly, and usually has five rows of orange feet along its length.
Bay leaf (plural bay leaves) refers to the aromatic leaf of the bay laurel. Fresh or dried bay leaves are used in cooking for their distinctive flavor and fragrance.Bay leaves can also be scattered in a pantry to repel meal moths, flies and roaches. Hopes this answer helps you out : )
A brown color that ranges from a redish brown (blood bay) to an almost black (dark bay) with black points (mane, tail, nose, sometimes the tips of ears, and the lower legs)
It is called the Bay of Fundy this Bay is famous for the highest tides in the world. The Bay of Fundy is located in New Brunswick in Canada.
The Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world. It is an important fishery and produces a lot of fish. Some day it might produce a lot of electrical power.
They are the highest in the world (up to 53ft/16m at the top of the Bay)
No, the Bay of Fundy is a bay on the Atlantic coast of North America, on the northeast end of the Gulf of Maine between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. So it is a part of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Bay of Fundy region is ideal for the outdoor adventurer and nature enthusiast. It is home to the highest tides in the world, the only place in the world to go tidal bore rafting and also an ideal place to go whale watching. Other popular activities include sea kayaking, bird watching, hiking, go…lfing and visiting all the historical sites. (MORE)
It has the most extreme tides of anywhere on this planet. The difference between low and high tides can be greater than 50 feet.
yes there was a volcano back in the 1600s but aliens came to earth,raped women and destroyed it.
The Bay of Fundy extends north, then northeast from the Gulf of Maine, between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. The bay narrows to the northeast, into the Minas Basin. At Burntcoat Head, the tidal range is as high as 17 meters (55.8 feet) and even higher in some conditions. The reason for the extreme… shift is a seiche , a 12-hour north-south oscillation of the waters of the bay that is in resonance with the tidal period for the ocean. When the tide enters the bay, it reinforces the normal increase in height. There are 2 high tides and 2 low tides each day. Over a period of six hours, the level of water will rise or fall dramatically, and there is a huge difference between the lowest low tide (tide out, water sloshes away) and the highest high tide (tide in, water sloshes in). The actual speed of the incoming tide is about 10 meters per minute. This does creates a tidal bore (large upriver waves) in some local rivers. *(Read the detailed explanation at the Bay of Fundy Tourism website - the link is below.) (MORE)
There are many islands in the Bay of Fundy. Some of the notable ones are Grand Manan Island, Campobello Island, Deer Island, Brier Island and the Five Islands. See the related link for more detail.
It would be a good place to build a tidal power station, because it has the largest tides in the world with a difference of as much as 48 feet between low tide and high tide. The greater the difference, the more energy can be derived from the change.
A small inlet of the Caribbean Sea on the southern coast of western Cuba. It was the site of an ill-fated invasion on April 17, 1961, when a force of 1,500 U.S.-trained guerrilla troops landed in an attempt to overthrow the government of Fidel Castro. Bay of Pigs Invasion, 1961, an unsuccessfu…l invasion of Cuba by Cuban exiles, supported by the U.S. government. On April 17, 1961, an armed force of about 1,500 Cuban exiles landed in the BahÃa de Cochinos (Bay of Pigs) on the south coast of Cuba. Trained since May, 1960, in Guatemala by members of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) with the approval of the Eisenhower administration, and supplied with arms by the U.S. government, the rebels intended to foment an insurrection in Cuba and overthrow the Communist regime of Fidel Castro. The Cuban army easily defeated the rebels and by April 20, most were either killed or captured. The invasion provoked anti-U.S. demonstrations in Latin America and Europe and further embittered U.S.-Cuban relations. Poorly planned and executed, the invasion subjected President Kennedy to severe criticism at home. Cuban exile leader JosÃ© MirÃ³ Cardona, president of the U.S.-based National Revolutionary Council, blamed the failure on the CIA and the refusal of Kennedy to authorize air cover for the invasion force, but perhaps more crucial was the fact that the uprising the exiles hoped and needed to spark did not happened. Much later it was revealed that the CIA task force planning the invasion had predicted that the invasion's goals unachievable without U.S. military involvement; it is unclear whether Kennedy or CIA chief Allen Dulles knew of the assessment. In December, 1962, Castro released 1,113 captured rebels in exchange for $53 million in food and medicine raised by private donations in the United States. (MORE)
The Bay of Fundy, in Eastern Canada, has the highest tidal range in the world, equalled only by Leaf Basin for Ungava Bay, north of Quebec. This means that the distance between high and low tide is 17 meters (55 feet). Why? Tides rise and fall from the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun. …Every full moon and every new moon (that is, about every two weeks) the moon and the sun are in a line on one side of the earth. This produces spring tides (very high and very low). One week later we have neap tides, (not very high and not very low). Another factor might be the slope of the seabed and the funnelling effect of the bay. (MORE)
The Answer: The Canadian Shield is wrapped around the Hudson Bay and is horseshoe shaped, not the Ontario .
When the tide goes out, fisherman living near the Bay of Fundy get in their trucks and drive out to their nets. They unload their catch into the back of their trucks. Then they drive back home with a truckload of fish.
Well, you have the parking lot and bridge to the south. At the end end of the parking lot you have M&T Bank Stadium, home of the Baltimore Ravens. To the North you have a hotel and a few pubs and the arena. To the east you have the Light Rail, convection center, and Inner Harbor. Also, there is a sp…orts museum right out side the gate. (MORE)
it is known as the famous for having some of the highest tides in the world.
Well, in a rotation, the earth just spins and that is what accounts for day and night. When it is day, we are in view of the sun and its rays but, at night we are opposite the position of the sun but in direct view of the moon which is visible only because of the suns rays and the moons reflection o…f light. In a revolution, it takes almost 365 days to rotate. This is what accounts for "new years" in many cultures. New years is basically saying that the earth has rotated back to the spot where it originally was a year ago. If you want to literally see the earth turn on its axis, the best way to see it is on a video. (MORE)
the hudson bay lowlands region the hudson bay lowlands landscape looks like crap. there is nothing there. the only things running around are the little polar bears. global warming will melt the ice up there and cause huge floods, so we better live down here..hehe lol .
Cavemen were first alive long after the last dinosaur died from the asteroid crash, the ash blocking the sun, and lack of food. Because dinosaurs died, mammals could live more freely. Large dinosaurs needed a lot of food, and they died because there wasn't enough. Heat also caused them to die. Mamma…ls dug burrows and went underwater to escape the heat. After the Earth cooled down, mammals came up again. They ate insects and aquatic plants, which were available in abundance. Even though some dinosaurs survived, they still died a while after from lack of plant life that they could reach, herbivores, and no prey, carnivores. One species of the mammals that survived probably evolved into the caveman, and then the caveman evolved into the human. This link may be helpful to you. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/01/100131221348.htm (MORE)
The Bay of Fundy is situated in between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. On the South West, it opens into the Atlantic Ocean next to the US state of Maine.
Yes, so long as there is a moon and a sun to effect these tides they are a renewable resource. The tides at this bay in New Brunswick, Canada, are the highest in the world. They rise approximately 60 ft (18 meters) twice each day.
The highest tides in the world occur in the Bay of Fundy, the body of water between the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Stegosaurus fossils come from the Morrison Formation in the western USA and date to between 155 and 150 million years ago. Some have recently been found in Portugal from the same time period. At that time, the area was a semi-arid subtropical plain with distinct wet and dry seasons. Near rivers, the…re were forests of conifers, cycads, ginkgoes, ferns, and horsetails. Further from the rivers there were open areas covered in ferns with scattered trees. (MORE)
The Bay of Fundy is on the Atlantic coast of Canada between New Brunswick and the blessed province of Nova Scotia. New Brunswick's provincial capital of St. John is on the north shore of the Bay. That's pretty much it.
The Bay of Fundy is well known for having the highest tidal range in the world. It was also named as one of the finalists in the new Seven Wonders in Nature contest. It did not win in the end.
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From the Bay of Fundy to the St- Lawrence - 1917 was released on: USA: 1 January 1917