There is an antipodal balance of land and water on directly opposite sides of the globe. It means that the continents and oceans are roughly arranged in such a way that land on one side of the globe is balanced by water on the opposite side of the globe. For example, the North Polar Arctic Ocean is opposite to the Antarctica Continent.
the shoreline is the boundary between land and water
The opposite end of the Earth from Spokane, also known as its antipode, is a point in the southern Indian Ocean. The nearest land mass is the French Southern and Antarctic Lands, which is the only antipodal land mass to the entire continental US. It is antipodal to a small area of northern Montana, near the Canadian border.
Traditionally (and inacurately) the British Isles. In truth there is no land mass directly opposite (antipodal to) Australia.
the movement of water between land and air is called
the land is solid and the water is a liquid.
Water bodies are liquid and land masses are solid.
How do the heating and cooling differences between land and water affect us? ...
It depends on the type, water or land. Watre iguanas use them to grip rocks so the current wont wash it way, the land and water iguanas use them for balance.
Eggs laid on land are hatched on the land and eggs laid in the water hatch in the water. *o*
one is land and one is water! one is land and one is water!
An island is a body of land in the middle of water. An isthmus is a body of water between two very large land masses.
A strait is a narrow channel of the sea joining two larger bodies of waterAn Isthmus is a relatively narrow strip of land (with water on both sides) connecting two larger land massesOne is a thin bit of water between two big bits of land (that is a strait) whereas the other is a thin bit of land between two big bits of water (that is an isthmus).