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  • Salt Lake City Inversion and its Effects

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    Having never been west of New York, I pondered what Salt Lake City would look like as our plane flew closer to Utah from New York City. It clearly wasn’t going to look like New York City. In fact it didn’t look like any other city I had been to up until that point. Salt Lake City sits in the middle of The Great Salt Lake, The Wasatch and The Oquirrh mountain ranges. The tallest building in Salt Lake City is just slightly over 400 feet, which may make one think there isn’t a very picturesque skyline

  • Mormons Moving to Salt Lake City

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    Mormons Moving to Salt Lake City During the nineteenth century there were many different types of people moving west over America. One of these groups was the religious group, the Mormons. The religion was originally founded by Joseph Smith in the early nineteenth century. He first started of with very few followers but quickly many people started to come round to Smiths way of thinking. After developing the religion in Palmyra, Joseph Smith and his followers moved to

  • Exploring Why the Mormons Settled in Salt Lake City

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    Exploring Why the Mormons Settled in Salt Lake City Salt Lake City is located in the west of North America. It was a desolate wilderness, dry, and a place where many people assumed was uninhabitable. So why did the Mormons ‘relocate’ to such an unattractive and diverse place? Brigham Young, in 1845 organised the mass movement of 15000 men, women and children travelling on a journey of over 2250km from the USA to Salt Lake City. But why do this? Both Joseph Smith

  • Case Study of Brady v. Salt Lake City

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    riot, pillage, and fun”. A secondary message was sent out asking the participants to bring items that could be used as weapons or cause property damage. However, one of the “friends” that the message was sent to turned the postings over to the Salt Lake Police Department. SLCPD officers set up an operation at the scheduled place and time the sister’s has posted with six undercover officers. Unfortunately for the officers nobody decided to show for the event, not even the sisters. Nevertheless, SLCPD

  • The Transformations in Bangalore

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    1960-1973 During this period the Bangalore city becomes the capital of Karnataka and administrative buildings established and major public sector industries like BEL, BEML, ITI, HMT etc grew. Earlier to 1960 the Bangalore had textile industries like Binny mill, Ramakumar Mills etc., The trading of Cloths was one of the main Business during this time. The urge for land for the residential purposes of migrated employees increased, and many catchment areas and lakes are converted to residential layout. The

  • Urban Development and the Desertification of Bangalore

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    Introduction: Bangalore, the city growing fastest in Asia and 5th largest city, in India, has a decade population growth rate of 39% (87,49,944 populations) as per 2011 census (Source: census of India). The average annual total rainfall is about 931 mm with about 60 rainy days (Source: Indian Meteorological Department). The city enjoys a pleasant climate throughout the year. Its tree lined avenues, parks and abundant greenery have made Bangalore the ’Garden City’ of India; situated at an altitude

  • Oregon Area Report: Klamath Falls

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    park: Crater Lake. Klamath County is located in South Central Oregon, near the Oregon and California border. According to the United States Census Bureau, in 2010, the population reached 66,380 and the area size 6,136 square miles (US Census Bureau, 2013). This research paper will examine the human populations, abiotic factors and natural areas of Klamath County and later focus on the environmental issue of companies attempting to clear cut the surrounding forests of Crater Lake. Human Populations

  • The Great Lakes In Canada

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    Introduction The Great Lakes, including Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, are the largest freshwater lakes in the world, accounts for about 18% of the world 's fresh water resources. They are rich in water and other resources and the area of the Great Lakes extend more than 1200 km. The storage capacity of Great Lakes is about 23000 km3 and the surface area is around 244000 km2. Nowadays 1/10 of the Americans and a quarter of Canadians live in the lakes. Some of the world

  • The Reversal of the Chicago River: Saving a City

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    through the Des Plaines River and linked in the other direction to Lake Michigan and the rest of the Great Lakes. At intervals, a fountain sprays over the river, creating a picturesque scene for tourists. At Navy Pier and areas on the river’s banks, boat tours are offered of the river and history lessons given by some of the boat operators. On particular tours, you are taken out on Lake Michigan and given a chance to enjoy the view of the city. It is a sight like no other and the tours continue to be popular

  • Avian Species In Bangalore

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    Bangalore city. The phenomena of urbanisation in Bangalore have changed land use in Bangalore The levels of pollution are increasing rapidly day by day and this not only leads to destruction of the environment but is also extremely hazardous to human life. Trees are felled on a daily basis as the growing population in urban cities has left authorities no choice but to succumb to the pressures of deforestation. This leads to the loss of habitat of an immeasurable number of flora and fauna. The lakes Bangalore