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Florida is called the sunshine state for very good reason. Florida is a great place to retire.
Published by Jaz 82 months ago in Geography | +2 votes | 2 comments
Drainage patterns Drainage systems vary and often a pattern is seen in the kind of drainage that an area presents on the topo sheet. An area drained by a single river is called its drainage basin or catchment area. It includes the various streams, tributaries and sub tributaries that join to create a network of the river. Thus the main river of an area along with its tributaries forms a drainage pattern.
Published by Anuj Mundra 82 months ago in Geography | +1 votes | 5 comments
Topographical maps, commonly known as \\\'topo maps\\\', are special field maps that show a three-dimensional surface on a two-dimensional sheet of paper. This is achieved with the help of contours which are isolines that connect places of the same elevation (height above mean sea level). Each contour line is separated from the next by a uniform interval called the contour interval. On the quadrant topo sheets (1:50000) published by the Survey of India the contour interval is 20 m.
Published by Anuj Mundra 82 months ago in Geography | +1 votes | 1 comments
Nebraska is the cornhusker state for good reason. Arbor day originated in Nebraska.
Published by Jaz 82 months ago in Geography | +0 votes | 0 comments
Ohio is the Buckeye state and is a great state to visit. Ohio is rich with Indian lore and geography.
Published by Jaz 82 months ago in Geography | +0 votes | 0 comments
A look at the challenges facing today's Anglo-Indian communities, and where you can find Anglo-Indian communities worldwide.
Published by Natasha Polak 83 months ago in Geography | +1 votes | 0 comments
A look at the history of Anglo-Indians, where they are from, and how society plays a role in their future.
Published by Natasha Polak 83 months ago in Geography | +2 votes | 3 comments
facts about the Black Sea, phytoplankton, countries that border the Black Sea, Islands of the Black Sea, other names for the Black Sea, physical statistics of the Black Sea,
Published by DeeBee 83 months ago in Geography | +10 votes | 1 comments
Facts about the Mediterranean Sea. The largest islands in The Mediterranean Sea, countries that border the Mediterranean Sea, Capital cities on the Mediterranean Sea, seas of the Mediterranean Sea, statistics of the Mediterranean Sea,
Published by DeeBee 83 months ago in Geography | +12 votes | 0 comments
Resource, Resistance and Neutral Stuff Light and darkness, profit and loss, assets and liabilities are pairs of words linked up logically. 'Resource and resistance' is also such an inseparable pair. Where there is resource there is also resistance. Nature provides us with things which can function as resources, e.g., land to yield crops, coal for energy, and rain for agriculture and so on. Nature also presents us some harmful things, i.e., resistance, such as barren and unproductive soil, typho...
Published by Nikhil Agarwal 84 months ago in Geography | +0 votes | 0 comments
Nature as resources Many things of nature are resources, at the same time they are resource creating factors. Nature includes all natural things of the earth so far as they are unaffected by man. Air, water, natural vegetation, mineral deposits, virgin soil, rivers, etc., are all things of nature. In its original and unaffected state nature functions as resource but only to a limited extent. For instance, man gets oxygen from air. He gets beneficial effect of sunshine on his body organs. He ...
Published by Nikhil Agarwal 84 months ago in Geography | +0 votes | 4 comments
Meaning Of natural Resources It is obvious that individuals cannot formulate and work out such big program to the benefit of the society. Thus in business civilization, (with ideologies of larssez faire and competition) these basic assets are bound to be misused or neglected. And so, Marshall advocated a deliberate public policy and governmental interference in the economic field to guard and foster social interests. Government alone can undertake such tasks. This daring break of Marshall wit...
Published by Nikhil Agarwal 84 months ago in Geography | +1 votes | 2 comments
HereÂ’s a list of the biggest fish in the world. These huge fish sculptures/structures are popular roadside attractions.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 84 months ago in Geography | +5 votes | 5 comments
Here are some of the worldÂ’s largest sculptures/structures of insects and a worm.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 84 months ago in Geography | +5 votes | 9 comments
Vatican City is the worldÂ’s smallest state. Here are some important facts about this state.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 86 months ago in Geography | +9 votes | 1 comments
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