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Research Papers on Geography

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Renewable Energy Resources
Renewable Energy Resources Table of Contents Introduction1 Discussion1 Alternate energy resources2 Solar2 Wind3 Hydropower3 Geo thermal4 Bio fuel4 Bio-mass5 Nuclear5 Conclusion6 Bibliography8 Renewable Energy Resources Introduction Energy has always been an important element of human life. The industrial revolution gave an impetus to the use of energy in different instruments and machines. It was because of the use of energy that the developed nations ...
Introduction The great pyramids of Giza were designed for Pharaoh Khufu. Just like many other Pyramids located in Egypt, the great Pyramid of Giza was built as a tomb for the great pharaoh. They were “to shelter and safeguard the part of pharaoh's soul that remained with his corpse”. They choose ...
Seismic Expression Of Rift Basins In The East African Rift System
Seismic Expression of Rift Basins in the East African Rift System Seismic Expression of Rift Basins in the East African Rift System Introduction Extensional regions are commonly associated with low level of seismic strain release and earthquakes of relatively small magnitude. In a synoptic assessment of global rift-related seismicity and magmatism, Parsons ...
Geospatial Intelligence
GEOSPATIAL INTELLIGENCE Geospatial Intelligence Geospatial Intelligence Introduction Joint forces require the ability to rapidly respond to threats around the world. Geospatial intelligence (GEOJNT) supports this requirement by providing geo-referenced visual and data products (example, maps, charts, and digital files) that serve as a foundation and common frame of reference for any joint operation. GEOINT is ...
Northern Canadian Geography
NORTHERN CANADIAN GEOGRAPHY Northern Canadian Geography Northern Canadian Geography Introduction The Northwest Territories consist of a mainland portion of Canada, which extends west of the tree line, south of the Beaufort Sea and other Arctic waters to the east. Northeast Area of the North West Territories is extremely diverse, including the tundra, ...
Green Sea Turtles
GREEN SEA TURTLES Green Sea Turtles Green Sea Turtles Introduction Chelonia mydas the Green Sea Turtle belongs to the family Cheloniidae and is among largest of the sea turtles. They have a wide habit that ranges throughout subtropical and tropical oceans around the world, with two different populations in the Atlantic (Chelonia m. ...
Abstract In this study we try to explore the concept of “Globalization” in a holistic context. The main focus of the research is on “Globalization” and its relation with “Geography, Economics and Culture”. The research also analyzes many aspects of “Globalization” and tries to gauge its effect on “Geography, Economics and ...
European Union And Its Impact On Member Countries
European Union and Its Impact on Member Countries Introduction The European Union (EU) founded in 1992 in Maastricht, the Netherlands. It began functioning as a political organization in November 1993 and has gradually become one of the vital actors in international affairs. In Europe, the EU has undoubtedly become a political unit ...
UZBEKISTAN Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Background Prior to the fall of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Republic of Uzbekistan was rated as the 3rd biggest Soviet commonwealth in terms of universe and the 4th biggest in terms of area. Since Uzbekistan has a universe that's more than forty percent of the aggregated universe of ...
Globalization And Cultural Homogenization
Globalization and Cultural homogenization Introduction There are some aspects of globalization - notably in the areas of communication, the media and the economy - that are considered to be having a homogenizing effect. It is argued that new information and communication technologies, improved transportation and the emergence of a global media and ...
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