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    Geographical Investigation Identification of the question: Having studied the sediment volume and the possible grading along Chesil Beach, we identified long-shore drift as the probable main process in creating this pattern. Due to a comparable possible alignment with Hurst Beach we decided to investigate any similarities between the two. Therefore when at Hurst Beach we considered related questions: Is there evidence of lateral grading on Hurst Beach, or any evidence of vertical grading

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    GIS Geographical Information System - GIS What is GIS? GIS is an emerging method of data storage and interpretation. GIS is, simply put a database. It is many tables of data organized by one common denominator, location. The data in a GIS system is organized spatially, or by its physical location on the base map. The information that is stored in the database is the location and attributes that exist in that base map, such as streets, highways, water lines, sewers, manholes, properties

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    Geographical Effects on Cooking and Preparation Abstract: This paper will attempt to show others the differences and similarities in food preparation due to differences in altitudes. Accordingly, this paper will explore the adjustments necessary to cook in different locations and at different elevations. This paper is of interest to me because I live at an elevation of over 10,572 feet. The backs of boxes do not indicate changes of this type. This also interests me because I have a joy for

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    Turkey's Strategic Geographical Location In The World of Geo-Politics The country of Turkey, slightly larger than Texas in size (780,580 sq km), lies on the southeastern side of Europe and the southwestern side of Asia.? It borders the Black Sea, the Aegean Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea.? Land wise, Turkey is bordered to the northwest by Bulgaria and Greece, to the east by Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia (all three part of the former USSR) and Iran, and to the south by Iraq and Syria.? Strategically

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    Run Like the Wind: A Geographical Look At Kenyan Supremacy in Long Distance Running In East Africa, there is an area know as the Great Rift Valley. It is in this Great Rift Valley, where the world’s most dominant long distance runners come from, Kenya. In the past three decades, runners from Kenya have simply dominated the sport of long distance running in all facets including cross-country, track, and the marathon. In the world rankings for marathon running, Kenyans hold 8 of the top 10 spots

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    United States of America

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    element because they formed communities and built a society. The next three elements are major parts of that society—its culture, economy, and government. History tells the story of how people created a society. It details how people adapted to geographical settings, how they constructed and changed their economy and government, and how their culture changed along the way. Thus all of the six topics—geography, people, culture, economy, government, and history—form a progression of interconnected topics

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    conclusion tied things together for his reader and allowed them to think about the ideas that he presented in the body of the work in a new manner. All in all, this book provides a useful overview of Europe in the 1930s as seen from several different geographical and thematic standpoints. In the "Introduction" of Between Two Fires: Europe's Path in the 1930s Large outlines the topics he plans to deal with in the rest of the book. Large introduces his eight topics and then deals with them in the following

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    American Revolution

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    their mother country England were: the evolving independence of America as a result of England’s neglect, America’s desire to expand trade and England’s attempt to limit it, America’s subsequent defiance of England’s regulations, and America’s geographical distance from England. By the middle of the 1700s, America’s population had drastically increased. The population grew at a staggering pace. There was a very high birthrate and an influx of new immigrants. These young colonists had been born and

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    Market Segmentation

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    segmenting markets. A marketer has several bases available to him/her for the segmentation of markets. Bases for Segmenting Consumer Markets 1. Geographical segmentation Segmenting markets on the basis of geography involves dividing the market into different geographical units, eg. states, regions, countries, where the company pays attention to geographical differences in needs and wants. For example, there may be a greater need for T-shirts in the Northern part of Australia all year round rather

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    Online Teaching – Now and the Future

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    also use a course materials database to contain readings and other materials for students to use. The benefits that this technology offers to students at university can be seen as coming under three broad areas – geographical, temporal and financial (Demirdjian 2002). The geographical benefits are that students can undertake a course of study from anywhere in the country and indeed the world. There are students undertaking QUT courses from other countries such as China and... ... middle of paper

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