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What do you call on the underwater mountain?

A seamount is an underwater mountain. A rise is an underwater mountain range located where tectonic plates are spreading apart. A rise is also known as a mid-ocean ridge.

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What's the tallest underwater mountain?

Chemicals like methane, sulfur and ammonia can be found in Neptune and Uranus. It's very cold that far away from the sun. These chemicals may be trapped in ice. The ice giants are Uranus and Neptune.

What is under sea mountain?

Undersea mountain ranges are mountain ranges that are mostly or entirely underwater, and specifically under the surface of an ocean. In contrast, if formed by past above-water volcanism, they are known as a seamount chain. The largest and best known undersea mountain range is a mid-ocean ridge, the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. And another question, where are mid-ocean ridges found? Mid-ocean ridges occur along divergent plate boundaries, where new ocean floor is created as the Earth's tectonic plates spread apart.

Can you see K2 from Everest?

The views of the Karakoram mountains as we trek up the Baltoro glacier are very impressive. These range from Trango Towers to Masherbrum to Gasherbrums then to Broad Peak and the mighty K2. The mountain views seen on Everest Base Camp trek are impressive and especially the panorama from Kalapatar. In respect to this, why k2 is harder than everest? In addition to the lack of Sherpas, support, fixed ropes and routes on K2, the more unpredictable weather and avalanches, the technicality and steepness of the climb, as well as the logistics of the climb and trek, make K2 more difficult than Everest.


What is fold mountain and block mountain?

The northern hemisphere has the longest day of the year when the sun is over the Tropic of Cancer. The southern hemisphere enjoys the summer solstice in December when the sun is above the Tropic of Capricorn.

Was Mount Everest underwater?

The peak of Mount Everest is made up of rock that was once submerged beneath the Tethys Sea, an open waterway that existed between the Indian subcontinent and Asia over 400 million years ago.

By Meehan Doble

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