In Western Europe, what city would you find at 53 degrees north and 0 degrees west


Answer 1
Answer: There's no city there.  That point is in a cultivated field in a large farming region of eastern England.  It's just east of the A52 highway (Sibsey Road), south of Boston Long Hedges, and west of Willoughby Hills Road.  The nearest towns ... all within about 4 miles ... are Frithville, Fishtoft Drove, Anton's Gowt, Frith Bank,  (I am not making this up), Frampton Fen, and Wyberton Fen.

If you were shooting for London, you missed it by about 100 miles.

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The process of rock and soil being carried away by natural forces is called
A weathering
chemical breakdown
D. physical weathering
Please select the best answer from the choices provided


The process of rock and soil being carried away by natural forces is called erosion. The correct option is B.

What causes erosion?

Most often, soil erosion happens when topsoil is exposed to strong winds, heavy rains, and moving water. In some circumstances, human activities—particularly farming and clearing land—leave soil susceptible to erosion.

Erosion is the process by which rock, soil, and other materials are moved from one location to another by natural forces such as water, wind, ice, and gravity. The erosion process begins with the breaking down of rock and soil through weathering, which can occur through physical, chemical, or biological means.

Gravity is also an important force in erosion. Gravity causes rock and soil to move downhill, and over time, this movement can create large-scale erosion features like canyons and gorges.

Thus, the ideal selection is option B.

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B. erosion


edge 2022

One plate goes under another in a _____.A. subduction zone
B. transform fault area
C. seafloor spreading zone
D. region of paleomagnetism


The answer is A Subduction zone!! 

Is the US bigger than Asia?


No! The U.S is much smaller than Asia. Asia is the largest continent of the world!
NO, Asia is wayyyy bigger than the US.

In general, where on Earth are the subduction zones located?


In general, they are on the edges of continents, where you find mountain ranges, regular earthquakes and active volcanoes - Eg: South America and Asia.
Subduction zones are where tectonic plates collide, with a plate plunging beneath the other.
Sometimes these collisions are gradual but often they occur in large movements that can cause concussions.
  As the subduction zones are generally on seabeds, earthquakes can trigger tsunamis in these areas.

Europe may be starting to dive under Africa, creating a new subduction zone and potentially increasing the risk of earthquakes in the western Mediterranean Sea.