1.24 cubic yards.
A bog or a an area of deep wet mud
The area of Deep Creek Wilderness is 13.29 square kilometers.
Deep frostbite is when the area is frozen completely.
The area of Deep Run Ponds Natural Area Preserve is 2,857,080.6342144003 square meters.
It would be in a place where glaciers have been. It usually has a lake deep in an area surrounded by a hilly area. It also would have sand, rocks and gravel in it.
if that is 3 ft deep it would require 96 yards... IF it is 3 inches deep it would require 24 cubic yards
Two and half miles deep.
The area of Deep Creek North Wilderness is 17.248 square kilometers.
In order to deep throat your own slong, you would need to be very flexible. You would need to get your head down near your groin area and then place your slong deep in your mouth. Some guys are able to do this, but it is very rare.
that may be a sign of asthma.
The area of Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge is 36.422 square kilometers.
The area of Deep Creek Lake State Park is 7,357,184.9759232 square meters.
No, deep would an adjective.
The area between deep water waves and breaker zone is the euphotic zone
4 inches deep would be the minium coverage of sand needed for a horse area
It would be about 5metres deep. There would not be sharks in the moat! lol
1 yard = 3 feet 12 inches = 1 foot 16 ft * 1yd/3 ft * 3ft * 1yd/3ft * 3 inches * 1ft/12inches * 1yd/3feet = 0.444 cubic yards
A rectangle area that is 12 feet by 14 feet by 6 inches deep is equal to 3.11 cubic yards. This job would require 4.2 tons of gravel.
You are mixing volume (square yard) and area (length x width). How deep do you want the dirt? One foot deep you need about 80 square yards of dirt.
it depends on where it is and how deep the area it occupies is.
One cubic meter cannot be "converted" to a square measure unless we know how "deep" it is being spread. For example, if it is one meter deep, then it would cover one square meter; but if it is two meters deep, then it would cover half that area. If it were, say, 1 cm deep, then it could cover a million square centimeters (100 x 100 x 100).
Usually, a natural harbor is a deep area, that has such a great depth that massive cargo ships can anchor.