Week 1 #1 In Ethiopia there is one river and it is called the Blue Nile. This river comes from Lake Tana. This river provides a luscious environment for the surrounding areas. These areas are able to grow crops and lots of other agricultural things.
Afar Depression in #Ethiopia, a 12-foot-wide hot springs that exists at the junction of three massive tectonic plates. It also sits on top of a volcano. Photographer : Carsten Peter for National Geographic. [In the Afar Depression,] spreading mid-ocean ridges forming the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden emerge on land and meet the East African Rift. Those circular structures around the pool are made of travertine, which is "a volcanically heated, calcium-rich flow from hot springs.