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How has geography influenced the development of the US?

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How did geography influence the development of tenochtitlan's?

Geography influenced the development of Tenochtitlan because at first, the land was full of water, but then the Aztecs reclaimed land from the lakes by sinking timbers into th

How did geography influence the development of Greco-Roman society?

  The accident of geography always plays a significant role in any early society's development. The Greeks, especially the Athenians for example, lived in very mountainous

How does geography influence the development of civilizations?

Geography impacts the development of civilizations in several important ways. A group of peoples that find themselves in a land locked situation will not be able to take advan

How did geography influence the way the English colonies developed?

it influenced the way the English colonies developed by making the  slaves plant crops in the south so the owners of the slaves make  money.and by how some of the people in

How did geography influence the development of ancient Greece?

The fertile patches of land were surrounded by mountains and water.  These patches of land were taken by different Greek tribes, who  then built fortresses and cities. In do
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How did the geography of Japan influence its development?

Since Japan is an island nation, a volcanic island to be more  precise, it remained a long time isolated from the rest of the  world, allowing it to develop its unique cultu

How does geography influence industrial development?

Industries look for plentiful water, stable infrastructure,  population to support labor needs, and transportation diversity.  The geography of an area is one of the first t

How the geography of Greece influenced its political development?

Greece is for almost 80% of its surface covered by mountains which  were at the time again covered with dense forests. This meant that  ancient communities were largely isol