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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Take a tour of Life in the Sahara Desert in Morocco — part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. Almost as large as Europe, i… Video Rating: 3 / 5

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  • wmeule 3 years ago

    1-4: The Sahara Desert is dry because it has a water deficit (more water
    leaves than arrives). The Sahara Desert is surrounded by water (Atlantic
    Ocean and Mediterranean Sea) but the water does not hydrate the landmass.
    Water is kept out of Sahara by mountains along oceanfront. The minuscule
    amount of moisture eventually exits the Sahara Desert to the south and east
    as it is blown on the wind. Because of the preceding; Sahara is expanding
    to the south as evidenced by the now dry Lake Chad.

  • wmeule 3 years ago

    4-4: The concept of a canal system into the Sahara from the Mediterranean
    Sea is not new. A hundred years ago the French spent many francs
    researching this idea. For some dramatized discussion; read: Invasion of
    the Sea (French: L’Invasion de la mer) by: Jules Gabriel Verne

  • Luis Alaniz 3 years ago

    It was really hot

  • tareqcqu 3 years ago

    bullshit video.all slides show.

  • geobeats 3 years ago

    YouTubers: Have you visited the Sahara Desert? Share your experience with
    us in comments!

  • geobeats 3 years ago

    @tareqcqu thanks for the comment. Our library has a mix of both format for
    informational videos depending on availability of footage. Hopefully, in
    future we can do one for Sahara with on location footage as well.

  • geobeats 3 years ago

    @tareqcqu thanks for the comment. Our library has a mix of both format for
    informational videos depending on availability of footage. Hopefully, in
    future we can do one for Sahara with on location footage as well.