In many developing countries urban areas are magnets that attract people from small towns and the rural areas, because cities offer more hope of jobs, education, health care, and better living standards. Big cities in particular are economic, social, and cultural centers.
Burning fossil fuels moves carbon from the geosphere to the atmosphere.
A carbon cycle is a model that indicates how carbon is cycled across the spheres of the earth. Burning of fossil fuels is part of this cycle indicating movement of carbon from the geosphere – since fossil fuels are derived from the geosphere (the rocks of the crust) - to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. Again this carbon will cross over to the biosphere when taken up by plants from the atmosphere during photosynthesis
I think the correct answer from the choices listed above is option A. The Great Dividing Range, running just inland along Australia's eastern coast, is that continent's only <span>significant mountain chain. It is also called as the Eastern Highlands. Hope this answers the question.</span>