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  • Early Childhood Center Case Study

    relationships assist in maintaining and fostering positive, safe and supportive community partnerships between the home and the centre. Creating such relationships builds trust with each child and their families, to the point where they are comfortable to reveal any doubts either large or small to the educators (McArdlle, 2009). Features of the region/town: The centre is located in Arundel on the Gold Coast with an area population of 10,351(Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2015). The area is viewed as an ‘aged population’ as 65.8% of the resident population are aged 40 years or older with 14.2% being aged 0 to 14 years and 20% aged 14 to 40 years (ABS, 2013). The average family composition consists of two parents and two children with 45.1% of the population being married with at least two children (ABS Census,…

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  • Study Abroad Application Essay

    Since I was young, I have always been fascinated with the world, and the diversity that it holds. I became very fascinated with traveling and studying abroad when I was in Middle School. My grandparents are avid travelers and have gone to almost every continent and stayed for months at a time. In middle school, was the first time that I vividly remember hearing about one of my Grandparents trips, when they went to Peru. My grandmother took thousands of pictures, and while she was there she…

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  • A Night At The Pink Podle Analysis

    Icarus’ journey to fill the hollowness within himself is inextricably linked to his journey through the shallow and superficial Gold Coast culture. In many ways, A Night at the Pink Poodle is the quintessential commentary on the Gold Coast and its culture. It is doubtful that Icarus’ journey could have been successfully portrayed in another cultural context. In a review of A Night at the Pink Poodle, Luise Toma (2007) agrees, stating, “The Gold Coast, especially Surfer’s Paradise, is the…

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  • Longshore Drift Effects

    Processes Explanation Photographic Evidence Impact on the area – Positive or negative Longshore Drift Longshore drift is the lateral movement of sediment in the near shore zone on a coast. It is caused by wave induced currents and wind. This process occurs when the waves break at an angle to the shoreline therefore moving sand along the beach on a diagonal direction The waves hit the beach at an angle (swash) and then retreat (backwash) an angle If the wave is constructive, sediment will…

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  • Oceanography 201

    12.Explain sand movement along a beach. There are two types of snat movement along the beach, perpendicualr and parallel. Perpendicular is when the sand is moving twoard the shoreline and away. In cases like swash,where the water rushes up the beach or the backwash, where water drains back into the ocean. These are cases in which the sand moves perpendicular. The other type is parallel. This is when there is a long shore current and the sand is moved up or down the coast. 13.What happens during…

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  • Descriptive Essay About Bungalow

    Cast away on Koh Lipe If you asked me what my favourite kind of accommodation is, I would probably say: my own little bungalow with a bit of a hippie vibe, right on the beach with large windows to overlook the ocean, right next to a great restaurant. A bonus would be a Spa, Yoga, Kayak, Snorkelling and Diving. Well, guess where I am right now. Castaway is a small resort on Koh Lipe, the southern most island of Thailand. The bungalows are arranged around an adorable restaurant with a bar and a…

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  • Barnacles Observation Essay

    Observations The several ecological factors discussed in the introduction were contrasted with the study site. The first site was analysed during high tide. Several aerate rocks occupied the rocky shore of the particular site. No presence of barnacles was noted. There were several favourable abiotic and biotic factors within this microhabitat. These included tidal action, salinity, availability of nutrients and lack of diversity within the competition of space and lack of predators. Despite…

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  • Essay On My Favourite Vacation Destination

    Cameron, Louisiana Who doesn’t like a trip to the ocean to just enjoy yourself? My favorite budget vacation spot in the world, Cameron, Louisiana, is beautiful,peaceful,relaxing, and calming, and lots of fun. Some of the most beautiful things in Cameron, Louisiana, is the beach, the dolphins and boats, and all the seashells. First of all, at the beach the beautiful white sand almost looks like snow covering the winter ground. You begin to notice that on the sand of the beach…

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  • Scale And Cross-Scale Dynamics

    some way each issue that they addressed was involved in different elaborate levels to assess and solve their problems. The following papers were concentrated the elaborate cross-scale dynamics of coastal regions and impacts on PAH’s from oil spills. The Coasts of Our World: Ecological, Economic and Social Importance integrated…

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  • Zephyrhills: A Case Study

    do not want to venture into the big city, you still have options when it comes to fun. For instance, Skydive City is a very cool place to go skydiving. During the summertime younger kids can enjoy the Zephyr Park & Waterplay area. There is a golf course for people to enjoy as well. The Links of Lake Bernadette is highly rated by several active guests and their biggest complaint is that some of the fairways may get watered a little too much. Another great park to visit is Krusen Park where you…

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