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    are found mostly in NE Iran and Afghanistan, though the rivers that drain these highlands provide water for the valleys beneath. Rivers that flow from a humid climate region, through the desert, to the sea are called exotic rivers. These rivers are what keep agriculture alive in the midst of such arid environments. Agriculture is a major occupation in the Middle East, despite the mostly dry climate. Fertile soil for farming is found in the river valleys, on mountain plateaus, and in some oases, where

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    James Still's River of Earth: A Neglected American Masterpiece James Still's River of Earth is a novel about life in Appalachia just before the Depression. Furthermore it is a novel about the struggles of the mountain people since the settlement of their region. However great it may be at depicting Appalachia's mountain people and culture, though, Still's novel has remained mostly invisible compared to other novels of the period which depict poor white southern life, such as John Steinbeck's

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    ("Little Meander") River is located south of İzmir, Turkey. It originates from north of Beydağ district at an elevation of 220 m, traverses westward approximately 114 km and arrives into the Aegean Sea at Pamucak beach near Selçuk, İzmir. It has a drainage area of 3617 km2 and an average discharge of 11,50 m3/sec. The width of the river varies from 10 m on an individual channel to as much as 160 m in some reaches with multiple braided channels. Almost through its entire length, the river has one to four

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    for them entirely through genetic modification of crops, or implementing methods of filtration that gradually decrease pollution inputs. These advances in agricultural practices will begin a reduction in sediment and nutrient run-off into coastal river systems. Although it is expected to be a long time before there are positive, long term improvements on marine quality, now is clearly the time to act in order to lessen the overall effects on the reef. INTRODUCTION As the world's largest coral reef

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    Hatchet: A wooded Journey

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    Hardships, Triumphs, and Failures in Paulsen’s Hatchet Brian’s Adventure in the woods was full of many triumphs as well as failures. Though any triumph in the woods is a great one, many of Brains success’s meant life or death to him. As soon as Brian crawls out of the water, one triumph is evident. He has survived the plane crash. He survived flying through the thousands of trees in the forest and landing in the lake. Another triumph that is not as evident at this time is that Brian still has the

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    The Solo River

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    The Bengawan Solo is the longest river in the Indonesian archipelago, located at the island of Java. It runs through Mount Lawu’s slopes, passes through the province of Solo, and streams over the lowlands then discharges to the Java Sea. Java is well known to have a tropical monsoon climate; therefore flooding is a common environmental problem throughout Indonesia. Java has lengthy humid forecasts during October up until April, with the most humid months being January and February. Due to the recent

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    hydroelectricity. The amount power it releases when water is pushed back is enough to produce hydroelectricity. Three main groups water dams are classified under material, structure and size. Water dams are great for storing rainwater, water from rivers that flow into oceans, seas, lakes and more. Dams provide an efficient source of energy/electricity. Dams are used from hydropower, which creates no smog or green house gases. Water dams are made out of concrete so they do not rust, leading dams to

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    Hatchet By Gary Paulsen

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    Accidents are happening everywhere. In the past few years, for examples, there were many people driving cars after drinking liquor, and peoples might have get injury or died after happened the car accident, Furthermore plane crash, explosion, or a disease, this still happening to people who are innocent but are they safe? Maybe there are still chances but not a lot of people have it. ‘’Hatchet,’’ by Gary Paulsen, is about an airplane accident happened to a young boy named Brian in Canada, and Brian

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    cannon—“(Quote from An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge). Like in his vision, the trapdoor under him is released causing him to fall through with him being held up by the rope around his neck. Like his vision foretold, he dropped down the trapdoor into the river below. He didn’t fall straight down into the water feet first, he instead landed on his chest causing pain to shoot throughout the whole

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    makes it prone to many natural disasters such as Landslides & Floods. Also, the fact that the entire area of Uttarakhand is categorized as Seismic Zone IV which makes it prone to major Earthquakes. Several major and minors rivers originate in the hills of Uttarakhand. Two major rivers, i.e. Ganga & Yamuna have their sources in the upper reaches of Gangotri and Yamunotri glaciers respectively. The flood disaster of 2013 is attributed to continuous heavy rainfall in the state from 15th June, 2013 to 17th

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