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I am looking for the adverb clause in this sentence: It is difficult to travel through the huge expanse of parched sands in the Sahara Desert, where oases are plentiful but distance from each other.

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    Adverbs tell where, when, how, etc. What clause in there tells you one of those things?

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    It is difficult to travel through the huge expanse of parched sands in the Sahara Desert, where oases are plentiful but distant from each other.

    Which phrase is the adverb clause?

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