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If there is a Mountain Anywhere in the world, then "Mountains Anywhere" on Flickr is the place to see them. MOUNTAINS ANYWHERE IS THE LARGEST MOUNTAIN GROUP ON FLICKR. So please join Us, and show the world your pictures.
Please add new discussion topics !!! Anything is welcome concerning Mountains or Hills,, or just make a discussion on photo tips.
山是自然形成的高出于地面的一块高地,离地面高度通常在100米以上,包括低山、中山与高山,是否被稱作山取決於當地人。许多座山连在一起形成山脉。
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Mount Fuji, Japan, جبل فوجي, 富士山, Гора Фудзи, 후지 마운트
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WELCOME TO THE BIGGEST MOUNTAIN GROUP ON FLICKR Mountains Anywhere,and Hills.
There are five basic kinds of mountains:
1. dome,
2. fold,
3. fault-block,
4. volcanic, and
5. plateau mountains.
If there is a Mountain Anywhere in the world, then "Mountains Anywhere" on Flickr is the place to see them. MOUNTAINS ANYWHERE IS THE LARGEST MOUNTAIN GROUP ON FLICKR. So please join Us, and show the world your pictures.
Please add new discussion topics !!! Anything is welcome concerning Mountains or Hills,, or just make a discussion on photo tips.
Stephen Michael Draper. ( group Admin and initiator)
一般的高山,或是接近地極區域的山會達到大氣層較高的地方,故氣溫和氣壓都會較平地低。通常這些山會發生冰川作用,同時亦會在冰凍時導致侵蝕作用,這些作用就會形成了各種不同形狀的山峰。有些高山會有冰川融化而形成的冰川湖,例如在不丹就大約有三千多個冰川湖。山在長久時間的風化或侵蝕下,就會造成山的各種外貌和特徵,故在氣候的影響下,地球中不同地區的山也會有各種不同的形態。
山腳和山頂的高度落差很大的山往往會有多樣的生態環境。從山腳下到山頂會因為海拔高度的不同而有不同的生態景觀或生物圈。其形成主要是因為在一特定高度範圍內的動植物群無法生活在該區域之上或之下(原因為氣候之不適應),導致該生物群僅出現在一座山的特定高度。總的來說,這就是微氣候所造成的結果。

Everyone around the world is welcome to this group, every language around our world is welcome to this group.
Tout le monde à travers le monde est bienvenu à ce groupe, toutes les langues autour de notre monde est bienvenu pour ce groupe.
Tutti in tutto il mondo è il benvenuto a questo gruppo, ogni lingua attorno al nostro mondo è il benvenuto a questo gruppo.
Todo el mundo es bienvenido a este grupo, todos los idiomas de todo el mundo es bienvenido a este grupo.
誰もがこのグループには、世界中のすべての言語このグループに歓迎です歓迎されています。
الجميع في أنحاء العالم هو أن أرحب في هذه المجموعة ، كل لغة كل أنحاء العالم ، هو موضع ترحيب لهذه المجموعة.
दुनिया भर के सब लोग इस समूह में, हमारी दुनिया भर में हर भाषा के लिए इस समूह में आपका स्वागत है का स्वागत है.
Все в мире добро пожаловать в эту группу, каждый язык в нашем мире добро пожаловать в эту группу.
Jeder um die Welt ist zu dieser Gruppe willkommen, jede Sprache um unsere Welt ist willkommen zu dieser Gruppe.
Todo mundo ao redor do mundo é bem-vindo a este grupo, cada língua em torno de nosso mundo é bem-vindo a este grupo.
전 세계의 모든 사람이 그룹, 우리 세계의 모든 언어로이 그룹에 오신 것을 환영합니다 환영합니다.
Όλοι σε όλο τον κόσμο είναι ευπρόσδεκτοι σε αυτή την ομάδα, κάθε γλώσσα κόσμος γύρω μας είναι καλοδεχούμενη σε αυτή την ομάδα.
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The dictionary defines a mountain as that which is ‘higher and steeper than a hill’. It is a land form that extends above the surrounding terrain in a limited area. Mountains usually have steep, sloping sides and sharp or slightly rounded ridges and peaks.

Generally, mountains are landforms that rise above 600 metres. Mountains exist on every continent and even beneath our great oceans. Formed through varying causes, there are several distinct types of mountains.

Mountains are home to approximately one-tenth of the world’s people, cover one-fifth of the earth’s land surface, and occur in 75 percent of the world’s countries. More than half of the world’s fresh water originates in mountains, and all the world's major rivers are fed from mountain sources.
A hill is a landform which has a distinct summit that extends above the surrounding terrain, in a limited area.
The distinction between a hill and a mountain is unclear and largely subjective, but a hill is generally somewhat lower and less steep than a mountain. In the United Kingdom it is popularly believed that the Ordnance Survey defines a "mountain" as a peak greater than 1000 feet (305 meters) above sea level, a belief which forms the basis of the film The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain; in fact the OS maintains no such distinction today. [1] The Oxford English Dictionary, by contrast, suggests a limit of 2000 ft (610 m). Mountains in Scotland are frequently referred to as "hills" no matter what their height, as reflected in names such as the Cuillin Hills and the Torridon Hills. weird

Hills may form through a number of geomorphic phenomena: faulting, erosion of larger landforms, such as mountains and movement and deposition of sediment by glaciers (eg. torraines and drumlins, or by erosion exposing solid rock which then weathers down into a hill. The rounded peaks of hills results from the diffusive movement of soil and megolith covering the hill, a process known as downhill creep.hills are hilly, and not as tall as mountains Many areas that would otherwise have hills do not because of glacier cover during the Ice Age. The contrast between the extreme plains of northern Indiana, and the extreme hilliness of southern Indiana is a result of this.

There are various specific names used to describe particular types of hill, based on appearance and method of formation. Many such names originated in one geographical region to describe a type of hill formation peculiar to that region, though the names are often adopted by geologists and used in a wider geographical context.
Dome Mountains

Dome mountains are the result of a great amount of melted rock pushing its way up under the earth without folding or faulting resulting in a rounded dome. As the dome is raised above its surroundings erosion occurs, and as a result of erosion, peaks and valleys are formed.

Fold Mountains

Fold mountains are formed when two plates collided head on, and their edges crumbled, much the same way as a piece of paper folds when pushed together.
Examples of fold mountains include Himalayas in Asia, the Alps in Europe and the Andes in South America
Find out more....

Fault-block Mountains

These mountains form when faults or cracks in the earth's crush force some materials or blocks of rock up and others down. Instead of the earth folding over, the earth fractures and blocks are stacked. Examples include the Sierra Nevada mountains in North America and the Harz Mountains in Germany.

Volcanic Mountains

Volcanic Mountains are formed when molten rock, or magma deep within the earth, erupts, and piles upon the surface. Examples of Volcanic Mountains include Mount St. Helens in North America and Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines.

Mountains are created over long periods of time by tremendous forces in the earth Mountains are formed by volcanism, erosion, and disturbances or an uplift in the earth's crust.

The Earth's crust is made up of 6 huge slabs called plates, which fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. When two slabs of the Earth's crust smash into each other the land can be pushed upwards, forming mountains. Many of the greatest mountain ranges of the world have formed because of enormous collisions between continents.
Thanks for your interest.
Stephen Michael Draper. ( group Admin and initiator)
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Mount Fuji, Japan, جبل فوجي, 富士山, Гора Фудзи, 후지 마운트

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Mountains Anywhere welcomes you, add your pictures to our group and show the best mountains in the world (+hills)
All languages are welcome.
montanhas em qualquer lugar
montagne dovunque
montagnes n'importe où
Berge überall
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どこでも山
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山任何地方
أجبال في أيّ مكان
горы везде
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10% of the world's 6 billion people live on Mountains. The Alps are the most densely populated mountain area in the world. Eleven million people live in the Alps.

People as well as other animals and plants have adapted to living in the mountains. The South American Uru tribe have larger hearts and lungs to breather the thin air at high altitudes.

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