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The Great Sandy Desert!

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jono stiliadis

on 4 December 2012

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Transcript of The Great Sandy Desert!

The Great Sandy Desert Climate Factors!

One of the most affective climate issues of the Sandy desert is the drought which slowly killing the animals. How humans have affected the landscape.

Firstly Humans have built roads in the Great Sandy Desert and have put holes all through the desert in search for the prized Australian Opal. There are many other affects on the Great Sandy Desert and all which have been negative. Temperatures of the Great Sandy desert during the day.

The range of the Great Sandy desert temperature during the day is 37 to 40 degrees Celsius, this desert is not the hottest desert. Some deserts reach up to 55 to 60 degrees Celsius. The Great Sandy desert temperature during night.

In the Great sandy desert at night the temperature reaches 11 to 22 degrees Celsius. That is because the the sand loses heat very easily because the sun has gone down. Rain fall in the Great Sandy desert.

Rain fall is low throughout the coast and far north. Areas near the Great Sandy desert have an average rainfall that exceeds 300 mm, but the rainfall is patchy. Many drought years end with a monsoon cloud mass or tropical cyclone. Thank you for listening
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