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Which mountain range is where the countries of Russia, China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan come together?
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User: Which mountain range is where the countries of Russia, China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan come together?

Weegy: Altai Mountains
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User: What has been the effect of erosion in the Ural Mountains?

User: How many time zones does the country of Russia encompass?





Weegy: There are now officially only nine time zones, as of Sunday March 28, 2010 (there were eleven before). Read more:
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What is unusual about the Ural Mountains, in spite of their old age?
Weegy: The Urals divide into five sections. [ The northernmost Polar Urals extend some 240 miles from Mount Konstantinov Kamen in the northeast to the Khulga River in the southeast; most mountains rise to 3,300–3,600 feet (1,000–1,100 metres) above sea level, although the highest peak, Mount Payer, reaches 4,829 feet. The next stretch, the Nether-Polar Urals, extends for more than 140 miles south to the Shchugor River. This section contains the highest peaks of the entire range, including Mount Narodnaya (6,217 feet [1,895 metres]) and Mount Karpinsk (6,161 feet). These first two sections are typically Alpine and are strewn with glaciers and heavily marked by permafrost. Farther south come the Northern Urals, which stretch for more than 340 miles to the Usa River in the south; most mountains top 3,300 feet, and the highest peak, Mount Telpos-Iz, rises to 5,305 feet. Many of the summits are flattened, the remnants of ancient peneplains (eroded surfaces of large area and slight relief) uplifted by geologically recent tectonic movements. In the north, intensive weathering has resulted in vast “seas of stone” on mountain slopes and summits. The lower Central Urals, extending more than 200 miles to the Ufa River, rarely exceed 1,600 feet, though the highest peak, Mount Sredny Baseg, rises to 3,261 feet. The summits are smooth, with isolated residual outcrops. The last portion, the Southern Urals, extends some 340 miles to the westward bend of the Ural River and consists of several parallel ridges rising to 3,900 feet and culminating in Mount Yamantau, 5,380 feet; the section terminates in the wide uplands (less than 2,000 feet) of the Mughalzhar Hills. The rock composition helps shape the topography: the high ranges and low, broad-topped ridges consist of quartzites, schists, and gabbro, all weather-resistant. Buttes are frequent, and there are north–south troughs of limestone, nearly all containing river valleys. ] (More)
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How many time zones does the country of Russia encompass?
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There are now officially only nine time zones, as of Sunday March 28, 2010 (there were eleven before). Read more:
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Which mountain range is where the countries of Russia, China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan come together?
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