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Geographic Features Of A Region Has Important Effects On Development
... Latin America. This essay will describe the effects of
these features on there nation.
Japan is a group of islands called an archipelago. This influences the
development of Japan because it limits the size of their usable land and since
much of the land is mountainous it leaves even less usable land. The areas
which are usable are heavily populated. Also another effect of the lack of land
is limited farming. This leads Japan to one of there most plentiful resources,
the ocean. Most of the Japanese nutrition is from fish and other sea foods.
Since there is so much water it effects the temperature. There are ...
The Australian Outback
... they work hard for what
they have, and in their opinion, modernization is not needed and does
nothing but clutter the mind.
The economic situation is very poor. Education plays a major role
in their economics; their is not a great deal of money coming to the town
so education is usually one to two years behind the United States.
The natives of Alice Springs are different from normal Americans.
Their attitude is things will get done when they get done and there is no
rush. Some would say that reminds them of an old southern style person.
They make visitors feel welcome and treat them as if you were one of th ...
... El Oro Province, Workers mine gold. Ecuador also produces copper and sulfur.
Agriculture employs the most people in Ecuador than any other economic activity. In the Coastal Lowlands, bananas, beef, cacao, coffee, corn, milk, oranges, potatoes, rice, sugarcane, and wheat are most of the crops that are grown there. Crops that are grown on the haciendas in the Andes Highlands are grains, vegetables, and pyrethrum- group of small flowers used in making insecticides. Farmers raise cattle for meat and dairy products.
On the coastal waters, fishing is rich. Ecuador is the leader in the tuna fishin ...
Iraq: A Country On The Rise
... terrain in Iraq is mostly broad plains, with reedy marshes in the
southeast, mountains along toe borders with Iran and Turkey.
The Climate in Iraq is most desert, with mild to cool winters and dry,
hot cloudless summers. The northernmost regions along Iranian and Turkish
borders experience cold winters and occasional heavy snows. Iraq has few
natural resources, consisting of Crude oil, natural gas, various phosphates, and
sulfur. Their maritime (ocean) clams are just the continental shelf on their
coastline, and twelve nautical miles beyond that.
Iraq and Iran have just recently restored diplomatic relations in ...
Chicago: A City Of The Senses
... their surroundings, concentrating only on the conversation and the
condition on the food being served. To be acceptable at such high prices, the
food needed to be flawless. One look outside, from the close quarters of such a
place revealed to me a different world entirely: commuters rushed about
continuously, convinced they would never reach their destinations on time. On
the elevated train, faces contorted in distress and I heard laughter and loud
sighing. The flash of an Indian woman's purple sari caught
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different facial expressions, personalities, and wardrobes present ad ...
... mechanized farms, 5.1% of the labor force is employed in agriculture. This makes it an important agricultural region. The location of the region, north of France with year-round rainfall and relative temperatures makes it great for raising all kinds of crops such as grain, sugar, vegetables, etc. Therefor the climate also makes it great for growing gardens with all kinds of flowers and other plants.
Calais offers many options to anyone. There are many fine resorts including Le Tourquet. These resorts are elegant and offer sandy beaches, luxury rooms, casinos, and nightlife. Their guests ...
... French. The term does not apply to American possessions of European countries or of the United States or to former British possessions, such as Guyana, although Puerto Rico, culturally speaking, belongs to .
A common name does not indicate that all of the n countries are alike. Each one has its distinctive life. However, for three centuries, eighteen of them lived under the complete political, social, and religious dominance of Spain, while Brazil was under Portugal. Spain and Portugal were much alike and from 1580-1640 were united.
Influence of Geography on Life
The location of each country helps to explain its ps ...
... in Argentina and in South America.
Argentina's national language is Spanish and the major religion is Roman
Argentina is a country with much natural beauty. It has miles of
beautiful beaches and is also surrounded by the majestic Andes mountains. The
Andes mountains are among the highest mountains in the world. Argentina's
tallest mountain is the Cerro Aconcagua. This mountain reaches an amazing
height of 22,200 ft. America's tallest mountain only reaches the height of
Argentina has a huge industrial and agricultural base. Argentina has a
large amount of natural resources which includes cop ...
The Problems Of Mexico City
... to rapidly increase every day. There are many people that move to
Mexico City and many people that are born there every year. These factors
contribute even more to its overcrowding and overpopulation. Another problem is
Mexico City's habitat. It is located in the Valley of Mexico, which is highly
vulnerable to volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. These natural disasters cause
much destruction to Mexico City. Yet still another problem with Mexico City's
habitat is the overall instability that is caused by the fact that much of the
city is located on a weak, dry-lakebed surface.
Mexico City's rapidly diminishin ...
... wall leading to destructive laharic flows which destroyed part of the Wellington - Auckland express line, killing 151 people. The main volcanic hazards of the volcano are laharic flows - matrix-rich flows formed when hot pyroclastic material comes into contact with external water (from the crater lake, melted snow or ice and heavy rainfall), pyroclastic flows - collapse of eruption column causes a hot concentrated flow of debris and gas, and Ash fall - fine volcanic particles held in suspension. Other hazards include the remobilisation of ash, volcanic tremors and avalanches. A future eruption would effect population ...