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1459 days

 Date: 09/22/15 18:10   in : Geography 

Urban Problems Contemporary cities across North America are in crisis, and Toronto is no exception. Growing poverty and homelessness, mounting waste, air pollution that impacts residents’ health as well as the environment, inadequate transit, and failing infrastructure are issues that cou...

 

1461 days

 Date: 09/21/15 06:06   in : Geography 

New Hampshire I am doing the small yet unusual state of New Hampshire. The state abbreviations are NH, which is pretty easy to remember! The state capital is Concord which has been capital since 1808, but the largest city is Manchester with a population of 99,567. New Hampshire is ranke...

 

1461 days

 Date: 09/20/15 18:11   in : Geography 

Fiji Fiji is located in the South Pacific Ocean about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand, in the area of the world they call Oceania. Fiji consists of 332 islands, which 110 are inhabited. If you were to compare it to something in the U.S. It would be slightly smaller...

 

1462 days

 Date: 09/20/15 06:51   in : Geography 

Taiwan Taiwan is a small island separated from the mainland of South China by the 100-mile Taiwan strait in the Pacific Ocean and is the seat of the Republic of China’s Government. The capital of Taiwan is Taipei and other major cities include Kaohsiung, Tainan, Taichong, and Chilung. ...

 

1462 days

 Date: 09/20/15 05:39   in : Geography 

Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches The Constitution of the United States recognized the need for separate powers as well as checks and balances among the executive, legislative and judicial branches. Separation of powers prevents one branch from becoming excessively dominant...

 

1462 days

 Date: 09/19/15 15:35   in : Geography 

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1463 days

 Date: 09/18/15 14:51   in : Geography 

Montreal’s Saint-Laurent Boulevard When one thinks of Montreal’s Saint-Laurent Boulevard, immediately they think of an area that consists of: unique fashion boutiques, posh/ trendy restaurants, distinctive cafes, and of course Montreal’s nightclub hotspot. Even though all this is true ...

 

1463 days

 Date: 09/18/15 10:54   in : Geography 

Peru Peru is a country in South America located on the West Coast. Peru is the third largest country in South America behind Brazil and Argentina. Peru is a very diverse country with a very diverse population. This diversity is a result of Peru’s geographical features, separation of c...

 

1469 days

 Date: 09/12/15 22:14   in : Geography 

Coastlines “Coastlines constantly change due to the processes of erosion and deposition” Australia’s coastline measures over 36000 kilometres. About 85 per cent of the population live in coastal towns or cities. More than 25 per cent live within 3 kilometres of the coast. The coast is im...

 

1470 days

 Date: 09/11/15 14:53   in : Geography 

Blood Diamonds For ages human beings have placed great value in relatively useless gems and knickknack items, whether they are expensive stones or minerals, have relatively little value other than their visual attraction, as well as their scarcity. Of these metals and stones the diamon...

 

1471 days

 Date: 09/10/15 14:45   in : Geography 

Elephant Rock Elephant Rock, “The Erosion Begins” Elephant Rock is a unique rock formation located on Prince Edward Island. I went ahead and pasted pictures of Elephant Rock in order from 1976 to the fall of 1998 (Gaudet, 1998). I want to talk about how this rock was formed and the...

 

1471 days

 Date: 09/10/15 10:02   in : Geography 

Southeast Asia Have you ever been walking through your backyard and all the sudden your leg was blown off by a landmine? Well 1 in every 236 people in Cambodia has had that happen. That’s why many people have fled their homes in Southeast Asia because they don’t want to put them selves ...

 

1472 days

 Date: 09/10/15 04:08   in : Geography 

The Great Britian United Kingdom, constitutional monarchy in northwestern Europe, officially the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Great Britain is the largest island in the cluster of islands, or archipelago, known as the British Isles. England is the largest and most...

 

1472 days

 Date: 09/10/15 03:39   in : Geography 

5 Themes of Geography “The five themes of Geography are not all inclusive. They were meant to be. They were designed to provide a framework of basic geography that any teacher can apply to his or her class. That class be social studies; it might also be business or language arts. The...

 

1473 days

 Date: 09/08/15 11:14   in : Geography 

Blood Diamonds For ages human beings have placed great value in relatively useless gems and knickknack items, whether they are expensive stones or minerals, have relatively little value other than their visual attraction, as well as their scarcity. Of these metals and stones the diamond h...

 

1476 days

 Date: 09/05/15 20:44   in : Geography 

Amish Culture There are many folk cultures still alive throughout the world, but the one that seems to be the most vivid of all has to be the Amish folk culture. First we have to have a clear idea of what a folk culture represents to understand the Amish way of life, their beliefs an...

 

1476 days

 Date: 09/05/15 18:44   in : Geography 

Hawaii Natives from Polynesia in the first millennium AD were the first to inhabit Hawaii (ehawaiigov: www.state.hi.us). The early native Hawaiian’s method of religion was a type of natural worship. They personified the forces of nature as gods (encarta online). The progenitors of the ...

 

1477 days

 Date: 09/05/15 00:00   in : Geography 

Death Valley I am doing my presentation on Death Valley. It is located in California and it’s the driest, hottest place on earth. Death Valley was established in February 11th of 1933. In my presentation I will be covering four main points: Basic Information, The Surrounding Mountains,...

 

1479 days

 Date: 09/03/15 07:09   in : Geography 

The Two Places I Have Lived  The Two Places I Have Lived Fort Huachuca Arizona, and Lilburn Georgia are very different places. There are differences in the weather, the outdoors, and the people of these two places I have lived. Fort Huachuca is in the Extreme...

 

1480 days

 Date: 09/02/15 04:20   in : Geography 

South Korea In Webster’s dictionary, economic growth is defined as a positive change in the level of production of goods and services by a country over a certain period. Around 1953 South Korea realized that for their economy to grow they must develop manufacturing skills so they could re...

 

1480 days

 Date: 09/01/15 12:06   in : Geography 

Romania - Iasi When people think of Iasi, they think of strong and diverse higher education system, powerful research and development, and of a vast poll of cultural and architectural treasures. These make the city the recognized spiritual capital of Romania. But Iasi is more than univers...

 

1481 days

 Date: 08/31/15 22:06   in : Geography 

Alaska - The Great Land "Imagine the hostile, frozen desert of the Earth's last great ice invasions," (Dedera 17). That place is Alaska, filled with beauty and richer than any man, woman, or child. "The Great Land," or Alaska, has charming history, wildlife, geography, and today, has mo...

 

1482 days

 Date: 08/31/15 00:50   in : Geography 

Angola Angola is a country on the southwest coast of Africa. Its official name is the Republic of Angola. The Congo River and Congo (Kinshasa) separate it from the rest of the country. Most of Angola's people live in rural areas and work on farms. Angola produces a variety of crops,...

 

1484 days

 Date: 08/29/15 03:05   in : Geography 

THE POWER, PROMISE, THE POWER, PROMISE, AND TURMOIL OF NORTH AMERICA’S FRSH WATER The same wells that were overflowing with water centuries ago; today, are in danger of running dry. Water supply hasn’t changed; earth has the same water as it did when dinosaurs ...

 

How Useful Is The Term “Third World” In Today’s Economic And Political System? How useful is the term “Third World” in today’s economic and political system? The term "Third World" is an inexact and popularly misunderstood designation for the emerging nations of the world. The ter...