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Australian bushfires

Which areas of Australia are prone to bush fires and why? The Australian climate is mostly hot, dry and prone to bushfires....

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*GeMsToNe* Published on 03/05/2007 1711 Reads Geography

Australian bushfires

Which areas of Australia are prone to bush fires and why? The Australian climate is mostly hot, dry and prone to bushfires....

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*GeMsToNe* Published on 03/05/2007 1680 Reads Geography

Canada's Water Crisis-Do we Sell?

Since more than 70% of the Earth is covered with water, one would assume that there is enough water for everyone. However, this st...

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childgenius7 Published on 05/17/2006 1859 Reads Geography

Malaysia

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AshleyAk Published on 05/16/2005 1859 Reads Geography

Impacts of biophysical and ecologial factors (nature, spaitialpatterns, & future directions)

Analyse the impact of biophysical and ecological factors upon the nature, spatial patterns and future directions o...

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kevin_mif Published on 08/22/2004 2045 Reads Geography

Tourism- Riding the Tourist Roller Coaster

Tourism is an economic activity associated with all types of traveling away from home, for business, pleasure or other reasons. T...

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vlad5017 Published on 03/04/2004 1306 Reads Geography

Egypt

A corridor leading to the Pharaoh's tomb is ten meters longer than three times the length of its base. If the base is twenty-five ...

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lemonh7863 Published on 11/08/2002 1624 Reads Geography

South Korea

History In the early 1900's Japan were the military power in Northeast Asia and in 1910 they took possession of Korea and made it...

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Sprintfellow Published on 11/06/2002 1349 Reads Geography

Environmental issues in England

The main features of England’s ecosystem. England’s ecosystem is not very diverse, this is similar to all islands around the worl...

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rmulder Published on 11/04/2002 2880 Reads Geography

12 Realms Notes

Europe I. Small landmass II. Multi government III. Five Regions 1. Western Europe 2. the British Isles 3. Northern (nordi...

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geddawg Published on 10/16/2002 1832 Reads Geography

Lithuania - Complete Report

Geography Lithuania is the largest of the three Baltic countries. It is located on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea at 56 00 ...

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MABLAM1 Published on 09/19/2002 1286 Reads Geography

Rwanda

As the universe progresses so do different societies and civilizations. From the beginning of mankind there have been many positiv...

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phatkok2 Published on 05/11/2002 1295 Reads Geography

Poland

Poland lies at 52 00 N and 20 00 E, which places it in the midst of several ancient empires. These empires include the German and ...

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AlPhA Published on 02/21/2002 1380 Reads Geography

Earthquakes in Inda

Earthquakes are one of the most devastating natural disasters on this planet. In this essay I will talk about what an earthquake i...

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doughnut_dude Published on 02/15/2002 1419 Reads Geography

Rwanda

Rwanda, a republic in East central Africa, bounded on the north by Uganda, on the East by Tanzania, on the South by Burundi, and o...

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buck409er Published on 11/05/2001 1383 Reads Geography

Kobe Earthquake

An earthquake struck on the 17th January at 5:46 am in the south-central part of Japan. This earthquake was 7.2 on the richter sca...

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alexaylen Published on 10/29/2001 1464 Reads Geography

Worlds Population

The world’s population is an important issue. The earth is a sphere, which means that it has certain limitations and in particular...

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alexaylen Published on 10/29/2001 1171 Reads Geography

The Arctic - Regional Analysis

Introduction. The Arctic is located in the uppermost region of the northern hemisphere. The region consists of of the area around...

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sillewater Published on 10/26/2001 1551 Reads Geography

Quebec's impact on North America

Roger Gibbons asked in his writing “Canada Without Quebec: Thinking Through the Unthinkable”1 “…could Canada survive without Quebe...

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highlight4u Published on 10/01/2001 1094 Reads Geography

The Effectiveness of Urban Renewal Strategies in the Sydenham Road Area of Sparkbrook

Identification of a Question Sparkbrook is a typical inner city area of Birmingham; predominantly Victorian and Edwardian in char...

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Sarah200002 Published on 09/14/2001 1168 Reads Geography

Castles of Finland

In Finland there happens to be 7 main castles: Turku Castle: It was built in 1280 i.e. It was destroyed by bombing in 1941, bu...

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fat_puta Published on 06/10/2001 1338 Reads Geography

Caste System in India

The caste system, or Varna, of India, came about when the Aryan speaking Nomadic groups came to India about 1500B.C.. The Aryan pr...

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Smilebug32 Published on 04/30/2001 1646 Reads Geography

Farming In Denmark

Denmark is located in the Central Northern part of Europe. It is part of the Scandinavian countries, thus it has a relatively cold...

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Nigger Published on 04/10/2001 1245 Reads Geography

Desertification

Essay: What is desertification, where is it found, and what are the causes? Desertification is the process by which land dries ...

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litlmutt Published on 04/05/2001 1727 Reads Geography

The End of Eden - Desertification in Africa

Africa is a continent laden with diversity. Diversity in climate, vegetation and people. A land of potential beyond imagination, y...

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mtvass Published on 03/04/2001 1464 Reads Geography

Costa Rica

Costa Rica, a country of Central America, covers an area of 19,730 square miles. The capital is San José. Extending from northwest...

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futba11 Published on 03/01/2001 1534 Reads Geography

Mass Extinctions on the Earth

Intro: Sixty-five million years ago, some phenomenon triggered mass extinctions on the lands and in the oceans so profound that t...

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jake69_ca Published on 02/19/2001 1126 Reads Geography

Glacial Processes

There are many different glacial landforms created by glacial erosion, one of these landforms is U-shaped valleys or glacial troug...

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Admin Published on 02/12/2001 1395 Reads Geography

Canada Cultural Landscape

Canada is the world's second largest country, and it is the largest country in the Western Hemisphere. It comprises of the entire ...

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fred Published on 02/05/2001 1176 Reads Geography

Kashmir: Paradise Exposed to Hell

Our group topic: “Causes and Effects of Wars” provoked me to write about the threatening dispute of “Jammu and Kashmir” which has ...

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harrismirza Published on 02/04/2001 1381 Reads Geography