What Are The Canadian Cascades And How Were They Formed?

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What are the Canadian Cascades? The Canadian Cascades are the Northernmost part of the Cascade Mountain Range, a cluster of volcanic and non-volcanic formations on the west coast of North America. While the Cascade Mountain Range begins in Northern California and extends north to the Fraser River in British Columbia, the Southernmost point of the … Read more

Theory of Continental Drift: Causes and Evidence

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Theory of Continental Drift If you take a look at a map of the earth today, you will see the current locations of broken land masses that constitute the earth. However, would you believe if someone told you that these broken land masses were once connected to each other as one huge supercontinent?  Well, this … Read more

Pacific Ocean: Size, Formation, Depth, Islands, Currents, Climate

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The Pacific Ocean Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world in terms of weight and depth. It covers more than one third of the surface of the Earth and contains more than half of its volume of water. It is usually done, artificially, a division from the line of Equator: the North Pacific and … Read more