the earth's core
north and south poles
how big is Earth
polar tropical or temperate
Because the sunlight it receives is almost directly overhead all year round. the Equator receives the most solar energy.
the zone that receives the strongest sunlight
the zone that receives direct year-round sunlight is the
the tropical zone (:
The forest floor receives the least amount of sunlight.
The Neritic Zone is the region that receives lots of sunlight and extends to a depth of about 200 meters.
The photic zone of the ocean is the surface of the ocean that receives sunlight.
Photic Zone: part of the ocean that receives sunlight Aphotic Zone: area in an ocean where sunlight does not reach and photosynthesis does not occur
The zone that receives the least Sun is called the Polar Zone. From December to March, it's the Northern Polar zone. From June to September, it's the Southern Polar Zone.
At the surface of the water to about 100 meters under the water.. The zone that receives the most sunlight.
because it is 0 degrees
The really deep, bottom layer of the ocean.