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    The Mackenzie Basin

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    Understanding our dynamic landscape gives us great insight into the past and the ability to make educated predictions of possible future events of the world we live in today. The Mackenzie basin is a wide valley basin containing three glacial lakes which have the potential to provide understanding into the glacial, tectonic and climate history of the Southern hemisphere and in particular, New Zealand. The South Island of New Zealand is characterised by oblique continental collision of the Australian

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    Mono Basin Volcanism

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    Mono Basin Volcanism The last basin in the Basin and Range before the Sierra Nevada Mountain range is the Mono Basin. The Mono Basin consists of landforms such as the Mono-Inyo Craters, Black Point, Negit Island, Paoha Island, Mono Lake, Devils Punch Bowl, Panum Crater, and some others (Hamburger et al; 2004). All of these landforms were created by volcanism. Actually, the Mono Basin is in one of the most volcanically active places in the world (Forest Service; 2004). Paoha Island, Negit

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    Arathi Basin

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    It was a normal day in the Arathi Basin. To fuel a war, we need resources; to win a war, we need to eliminate the enemy. Luckily for us, this battleground boasts both concepts. While the others are destroying each other, wave after wave, we must take the land that will aid them. This, of course, is also done by killing enemies, squad after squad. A team is not pulled into the basin out of nowhere, after you request your shift, you must wait for it. But this is no standard job with designated

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    The Caspian Basin and the Caspian Environment Programme The Caspian Basin is a unique ecosystem, the largest inland body of water in the world; and yet its importance in global politics is much more linked to its wealth of natural resources of oil and gas, rather than to any intrinsic environmental worth. This paper will analyse the policy process concerning a regional international regime, the Caspian Environment Programme (CEP). This organisation was initiated by major external donor actors

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    Introduction The Michigan basin is an sedimentary basin residing primarily inside the state of Michigan. The basin is centered beneath the lower peninsula of the state, but extends into surrounding states, as well as into Canada. It has historically produced a variety of natural resources including various salts, oil, and gas. Since the early 1900's, the basin has been both mined for rock salt, and drilled for salts taken out of brines. Oil was first extracted from the basin in the 1880's for use as

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    Deforestation in the Amazon River Basin

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    Deforestation of the Amazon River basin has been progressing for decades as mass quantities of land have become necessary to sustain the growing farming industry of the area. Road-building, farming, ranching, and logging have been devastating to the tropical forests and the change has been rapid as deforestation of the area only began around 1970 (Fearnside, Pfaff). The government of countries in the Amazon have designed their current initiatives around increasing infrastructure and business, but

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    realize what 's been done the damage has already been done, it 's irreversible. The Citarum River Basin located in Indonesia has suffered the most. Textile factories located along the coast have dumped toxic waste in the the river causing illnesses and death, we need to clean up the Citarum River. With all this The Citarum River has to return to a place where people feel safe. The Citarum River Basin is home to around thirty-five million people. Most of these people still rely on the the river for

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    changes have affected the Pangani River basin negatively, causing the nearby water source in the basin to become scarce. With the competition for water in the area, the nation is prone to conflict and violence. Since the problem in Tanzania is an equal combination of a declining economy, unfair distribution methods in society, and sudden climate changes, it is important to effectively control and distribute the resources among the people. The Pangani Basin Water Board believes that the main cause

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    highlight different aspects of the Powder River Basin to include paleogeography, stratigraphy, maturation history of organic material, vitrinite reflectance data, sulfur content, both historical and current production data, as well as the environmental impact in the basin. The Powder River Basin is located in southeast Montana and northeast Wyoming. According to Luppens et al. (2008), the Powder River Basin is approximately 22,000 square miles in area. The basin itself trends in a north-to-north west direction

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    Salinity in the Murray Darling-Basin

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    on earth and if it disappeared life could not and would not exist on this planet. So if one of our main sources of water in South Australia, The Murray Darling-Basin, becomes unusable then we would need to find the problem and do everything possible to stop it or counteract it. This report investigates on salinity in the Murray Darling-Basin, using the issue question “Is there enough being done to counteract the effects of salinity in the Murray?” as the focus. Salinity is a key significant environmental

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