Wards are just like any other political division, though they are
perhaps the smallest politically-relevant one possible.
As with other political boundaries, they are subject to be being
redrawn by the political entity responsible for them. In this case,
wards are almost always a function of city …
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North and South Korea were divided at the 38th parallel.
The Yalu River which runs between North Korea and China. When UN forces approached the Yalu the Chinese had the excuse they needed to enter the war. The Han River which runs through Seoul also influenced the war when bridges over it…
There is a book called Riverdale, Kingsbridge & Spuyten Duyvil, by William A Tieck published by Fleming Revell in 1968. It was printed as a limited edition, but is available at the New York Public Library if you live in NYC, or at other major metropolitan libraries. It has many pict…
I don't know if they have one, but the university of Texas online has an extensive collection of maps that you can view online.
Worlds Largest DamsDo you mean in terms of dimensions or perhaps just height? or water held or power generated?Itaipu Dam on the border of Brazil and Paraguay is the biggest dam in the world right now and has the largest power generators.The largest complete structure is the Syncrude Tailings in Can…
Some of the problems included gentrification and racial intolerances, severe overpopulation such as was found in New York City's Lower East Side tenements, barely-controllable disease, and unharnessed crime.
Mass-transit systems encouraged commuting.
Tarbela Dam is a large dam on the Indus River in Pakistan. It is located in Haripur district of Hazara Division of North-West Frontier Province about 50 km (31 mi) northwest of Islamabad,at height of 485 ft (148 m) above the river bed. Reservoir size of some 95 sq mi (250 km2) makes it the largest e…
1.) The goal of tourism operators is to increase the number of visitors to the area, the time spent at the destination and their spending.
2.) The impact of the Indian Ocean Tsunami on the industry.
3.) Development and New Tourism in the Third World.
4.) Job opportunities c…
The rock face along the coastline becomes eroded by waves
continually washing against them. In the rock face, there are
horizontal layers of harder and softer rock. As can be imagined,
the softer, less resistant rock gets eroded more quickly than the
harder, more resistant rock. A wave-cut headland …
Quito in Ecuador is closest to the equator.
It is no correct ; the town situated to the equator is Pontianak in
Indonesia, West Kalimantan province, Borneo island.
And it is not a small town: cca. 600 000 inhabitants.
New York's Natural Resources
Fish and other wildlife
Lakes and streams
Natural ocean bays
Granite and other rocks and minerals
Geology vs. GeographyCorrection: Geology is the study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth. The study of minerals is mineralogy. The study of rocks is petrology. Mineralogy and petrology are sub-disciplines of geology.
One of the founders of geology thought the new science shoul…
A thematic map displays spatial pattern of a theme or series of attributes. In contrast to reference maps which show many geographic features (forests, roads, political boundaries), thematic maps emphasize spatial variation of one or a small number of geographic distributions. These distributions ma…
The Mariana Trench is 11,033 meters (36,201 feet) deep.
The Pressure at the deepest part of the Mariana Trench is over 8
tons per square inch.
The coordinates for the Mariana Trench are 11"21' North latitude
and 142" 12' East longitude.
The Mariana Trench is 2, 542 km (1,580 miles) long and 69…
What is man made and nature attraction?
A natural attraction is one that has been created by nature. Like Yosemite Park in California, the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, etc. Something that wasn't created by man.
Geography of ItalyThe geography of Italy is highly varied. There are mountains and plains, oceans and lakes, etc.Look for a geographic map.
ItalyThe country is a long peninsular that extends from the Alps to Sicily. There is a large plain , the Plain of Lombardy, in the north. Many parts of t…
They have good soil that they plant crops on. Also they have big forests and rivers and i cant remember the rest but ill be back asap! =)
Um... The other one was that they had great farmlands, that they work on. They were trying to be the best they could be. To finish your answer.
Water resources are found from Niagara Falls in the western corner
of the state, the St. Lawrence River, Hudson River, and Erie Canal
system, all used for transporting goods and recreational purposes,
and New York Harbor. There are many lakes throughout the state for
recreation, and beach recreation…
graph, map, place, site, relief, land, landform, contour, geomorphometry, surface, survey, geodata, streams, water, hill, forest, shading, elevation
Pollution in the ocean is a major problem that is affecting the ocean and the rest of the Earth, too. Pollution in the ocean directly affects ocean organisms and indirectly affects human health and resources. Oil spills, toxic wastes, and dumping of other harmful materials are all major sources of…
1. The area of Prince Edward Island is km�, which is about mi�.
2. In the southern part of the Indian Ocean exist the group of
Prince Edward Islans composed from Marion Island and Prince Edward
Island. The area is cca. 335 km2, islands hasn't permanent
inhabitants (only an important research st…
lake Erie and Pocono mts.
Puerto Rico has to do in no matter with Mexico nor South America. Puerto Rico is not near Mexico and does not celebrate any "cultures" of Mexico. Puerto Rico is a U.S. Commonwealth and is found in the Carribean, about 1,000 miles from Miami, FL. Puerto ricans are desendents of African Slaves, spana…
Line that Seperates Earth into East and West
The lowest place on Earth:
The deepest part of the Mariana Trench (or Marianas Trench) north
of New Guinea and south of Guam lies 10944 meters, or 35,797 feet,
or 6.8 miles below the surface of the ocean. So far, that would be
the lowest place you could go on earth.
The lowest place on the surfa…
The five themes of geography are as follows:
1. Location, which can be absolute location (exact
latitude and longitude) or location in relation to other
geographical places (countries, rivers, mountains, etc.).
2. Place, which describes the human and physical
characteristics of a location. Human…
Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain in the world when measured from
base to summit
The base of Mauna Kea is 19,678 feet below sea level and its
summit is 13,796 feet above sea level.
That gives Mauna Kea a total height of 33,474 feet from its
base to its summit.
Therefore, it is actually a taller mou…
World's Biggest Dam
The Itaipu Dam on the border of Brazil and Paraguay is currently the biggest, however, the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River in China scheduled to open in 2009, will be the largest.
Quito, Ecuador. It's closest to the equator (0º14'S /
Kampala, Uganda (0º19'N / 32º35'E)
São Tomé (0º20'N / 6º44'E)
Libreville, Gabon (0º30'N / 9º25'E)
In South America: Quito, Ecuador. (Ecuador means equator.) In
Africa: Uganda, Kenya, and Gabon have capitals near the equator…
Virginia has a humid, subtropical climate (a humid continental climate in the mountains) with hot summers and relatively mild winters, though outbreaks of cold and snow/ice do occur. These are less common on the coast, and more common in the mountains and to the north. Thunderstorms are a common occ…
A natural boundary might be something like a river, mountain range,
or an ocean. These are generally considered to be obstructions
which prevent crossing without additional equipment or assistance,
such as a boat or horses to carry what you need to cross a mountain
A political boundary would…
this isn't a good site, please go to a different one. like the 13 originals! that's a good one.
Mexico is divided into 31 states and one federal district.
Founded in 1626 by the Duke of York, the New
York Colony's natural resources included cattle, grain, rice,
indigo, and wheat, not a surprise since the province was known for
its rich, healthy soil. Timber, fur (particularly from beaver), and
iron ore were also popular resources in New York during th…
A physical map shows the geological characteristics. Their main
purpose is to show landforms like deserts, mountains and plains. A
political map shows governmental boundaries. These usually include
large cities and bodies of water.
The Purpose Of A Topographic Map Is To Show Elevation.
the Pacific, Arctic, and southern ocean
the Great Pyramid in Gizeh, Egypt
the hanging gardens of Babylon
Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
statue of Zeus in Olympia
mausoleum of Mausolius
the Colossus of Rhodes
lighthouse of Alexandria
It's roughly a 70.1%/29.9% split in favor of the oceans.
The five themes of geography are location, place, human-environmental interaction, movement, and regions. They together describe a place from a geographical point of view. Location Orlando lies on the Florida peninsular of the north American continent at 28 degrees north 81 degrees west with a subtr…
It is in Asia south of Mongolia and is west of the United States of America. China is a huge country in Asia with a large east coast seaboard on the Pacific ocean. Eastern Asia, bordering the East China Sea, Korea Bay, Yellow Sea, and South China Sea, between North Korea and Vietnam.
Courtesy of The U.S. Geological Survey Delaware shares the Delmarva Peninsula with parts of Maryland and Virginia. Delaware's small size doesn't leave much room for major or varied land forms and most of the state lies on a low, flat coastal plain. In general, Delaware slopes down from a Piedmont pl…
The Space Needle, located in Seattle, Washington, was built in 1962 for the Century 21 Exposition, aka. the 1962 Worlds Fair. Construction work began on 17 April 1961 and it was open for business on 21 April 1962.
A territory (from the word 'terra', meaning 'land') is a defined area (including land and waters), considered to be a possession of a person, organization, institution, animal, state or country subdivision. For the people who flagged this question, please answer it yourself.
Geographically Greenland is part of the North American Continent.
This is because it sits on the North American Plate.Geographically speaking Greenland is apart of North America, but Greenland is apart of Denmark which is in Europe.
According to a CNN poll:
1. Grand Canyon
2. Great Barrier Reef
3. Harbor of Rio de Janiero
4. Mount Everest
6. Paricutin volcano
7. Victoria Falls
That would probably depend upon what you mean with "best".
If best means, that you want to help as many people as possible and would thus like to chose the region with the most cancer patients Chernobyl might be the geographical location of your choice.
If you just want to make as much money a…
A floodplain is an area of low-lying ground adjacent to a river,
formed mainly of river sediments and subject to flooding.🏄
The US records by far more tornadoes than any other country, at
over 1,200 tornadoes per year. Second is Canada with about 100.
Great Britain and The Netherlands sustain the greatest amount of
Tornadic coverage per year relative to the size of the country.
This is due to the small size of these c…
The similarities between Eritrea and America is Eritrea has Isayas Afewerki as the father of the country who helped bring independence to the people in 1991,as George Washington was the father of the U.S. ,and helped bring independence from Great Britain.
Asia and Europe are on the same land mass. That is the correct answer but Technically North and South America share it too.
Mainland France shares a land border with eight countries,
clockwise from the North:
Belgium - Luxembourg - Germany - Switzerland - Italy - (then the
Mediterranean sea) Monaco - (then the Mediterranean sea again)
Spain - Andorra - Spain again (then the Atlantic)
Great-Britain is across the Engli…
This answer isn't exactly true. There will be a decrease in oxygen, yes. But most of our oxygen comes from the algae in our oceans; About 80% to be exact. So, no, our world would not be over; just severely affected.
penguins can fly
Greece is located on the mediterranean at cross roads of different civilizations,so ideas and trade flourished. it had rugged mountains and sea are ionian, mediterian sea,and the aegean sea
It is located in South-eastern France Grand canyons in Europe are found in Greece, Spain, France, Bosnia, and Corsica. None of them can compare with the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona.
Paris is located in the north of France at the heart of the
Ile-de-France region. It sits on the Siene River. It is the capital
of France and the most populous city there.
Pennsylvania is located in the North Eastern United States.
Brooklyn (named after the Dutch town Breukelen) is one of the five boroughs of New York City, located at the western end of Long Island. An independent city until its consolidation with New York in 1898, Brooklyn is New York City's most populous borough, with 2.5 million residents, and second lar…
32,000 sq. miles for the whole island.
Urbanization can be defined as the rapid and massive growth of, and migration to, large cities. Positive and negative consequences can result. In US urbanization, some of these issues are: employment, sanitation, housing, sewage, water, fire, social welfare, role of government, and political machine…
The Compass Rose is the part of the map that tells you directions.
The crops raised in the southeast region are cotton, wheat, strawberries, corn, tomatoes and many, many others.
It is Nanga Parbat in Pakistan. Check out the link below for more info.
Where people lived dirrectly affected how they lived,, climate,,
food source, availability of building materials for shelter all
contribute. For example, those living in hot equatorial climates,
would require less clothing, while those in mountainous regions
where it snowed would require fur. If the…
Native Americans knew of Mount St. Helens in prehistoric times. These hardy peoples doubtless roved ("explored") the area around this mountain. As far as people are concerned, it has always been part of the landscape in what we call the Cascade Range. In that light, it was not "discovered"…
They are in the western coast of North and South America and in areas around the Mediterranean Sea.
Quartzite is metamorphosed sandstone.
Even before South Dakota officially gained statehood, the state had adopted the design for an official seal. South Dakota became a state in 1889, and the seal was defined in 1885. The official seal is a picturesque representation of South Dakota's commerce, industry, and natural resources. Th…
Volcanic eruptions are caused when magma from the magma chamber of the Earth rises up the pipe and out of the vent. Magma is continuously supplied from the mantle of the Earth. Shield volcanoes usually have a gentle eruption, as it contains basic lava. Acid-lava and composite volcanoes usually have …
The Intertropical Coverance Zone. Or to abbreviate, ITCZ.
In the southwest Pacific Ocean, off the coast of mainland Asia -
south of Taiwan and north of Indonesia / Borneo Island, west of the
Mariana Islands. The Republic of the Philippines is in Southeast
Asia, in the western Pacific Ocean. Taiwan is to the north,
Malaysia and Indonesia to the south.
There are several differences between small towns and big cities.
Small towns will have smaller populations than large cities will,
and large cities will generally have higher crime rates.
The fact that humans have always needed to have water to survive
caused them to settle by rivers. The rivers provided drinking water
as well as food. The climate caused the early humans to settle in
Louisiana has 466 islands. See the Related Link below for more information.
The Paleozoic Era
Depression is when you get sad. It can be bad because this can turn to form into Bipolar disorder when you can stay in a house or room for hours without thinking or anything. So if you have depression - you must stay positive because lots of people have it. EDIT: Clinical depression is usually cause…
I don't know about a COUNTRY, but there are parts of northern Alaska where the sun goes down in late August and doesn't rise again until the following April (and then doesn't go down again until August).
I don't believe there are any whole countries where you get no daylight for…
Province describes a political or geographic area smaller than
nation, but larger than district or city. A province is roughly
equivalent to a state. For example:
"I live in the province of Cebu, Philippines."
Province also describes an area of responsibility or expertise, for
"Yes, I wo…
Both are polar regions of the Earth.
Tornadoes are a part of nature. The damage they cause to plants and animals is insignificant (unless that was my favorite shade tree that got knocked over last night!) If you look at the size of the earth, tornadoes are tiny, don't travel very far, and don't last very long. Most tornadoes …
See the link for details.
The Caspian Sea is the largest lake in the world.
The area of Caspian Sea is 3 626 000 km2.
Around the Caspian Sea are the following countries: Russia,
Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan.
Niihau Helicopters Inc is the company which runs limited tours to
the island. The company is owned by the Robinson family, who own
The five themes of geography are:
Movement - how people and ideas get around
e.g. People get around by cars and ideas get around by
Region - A region is an area that is defined by certain similar
e.g. California is on the Pacific Coastal area.
Human Environment Interact…
Wisconsin professes to have 15,081 lakes. However, 9,037 of these
lakes are unnamed and average roughly four acres in size, leaving
only 6,044 that are large enough to be named.
Mount Everest at 2,909 feet high.
You will see a distance of 5 cm on your map represent a 2 km distance across the landscape.
Your 2 km is 2,000 meters, and there are 100 cm in a meter. That makes for 200,000 cm in 2 km. If you "reduce" or scale it down by a factor of 40,000, you'll get 200,000 / 40,000 = 5 cm.
Wave and tidal actions transport sand, pebbles, sea shells and gravel to the shorelines of oceans seas and lakes. The sand, pebbles, and gravels were either transported by erosion from the continental landmass by rivers and streams, or created by the mechanical weathering of wave actions against roc…
primary sources include letter, diary, diagram, newspaper, photograph, audio and video recordings, ect.
Brooklyn is in the United States of America.
The answer were people live in Bullhead City, AZ. The hottest temperature was 126 degrees Fahrenheit.
Most of the Earth's volcanism occurs along the mid-ocean ridges where new crust is being continually produced, resulting in the movement of continents. Other volcanoes occur where cold dense oceanic crust is being subducted under less dense oceanic or continental crust. The most notable example of t…
Quite a large number and Oklahoma also holds the highest number of lakes created by dams in the nation, with more than 200. The link below will give an overview.