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  • El Nino Effect

    Conclusively, our research cruise information turns out to fall in general terms. However, there is factors that effect the results. One factor that influences the data results is El Nino. What is El Nino? El Nino is "A southward-flowing, nutrient-poor current of flowing, nutrient-poor current of warm water off the coast of western South America, caused by a breakdown of trade-wind circulation."(Oceanography: An Invitation). Specifically, El Nino influences seawater temperature, density, and…

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  • Ontario's Great Lakes Strategy Case Study Pdf

    assignment for this week will be Ontario’s Great Lakes Strategy. 2. Where is it located? Ontario Great Lakes is located in the province of Ontario Canada 3. What is its mission? The mission is very clear that the Great Lakes are the foundation for Ontario’s strength and success, so that must be protected to provide a quality of drinking water, and prosperity. To keep the great lakes health for now and for the next generation as well. And also to make a great lakes that are drinkable and…

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  • Niagara Escarpment

    The beautiful scenery attracts many people to live in this area, creating developed regions in and around the escarpment. Within this escarpment lie Crawford lake, a unique and rare meromictic lake. This escarpment consists of limestone and dolostone which are both very important. Limestone is important because it is widely used in architectural applications for walls, and decorative trim and veneer. The reason that dolostone…

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  • The Importance Of The Algonquian Tribe In The Eastern Great Lakes Region

    The importance of the Algonquian native american tribe in the Eastern Great Lakes Region is essential in understanding the region’s political reasoning, this can be understood in the article The Significance of Algonquian Kinship Networks in the Eastern Great Lakes Region, 1600-1701 by Heidi Bohaker, a professor who resides at University of Toronto . The purpose of this comes from an event that occurred in the summer of 1701, author states “the twelve hundred French residents of Montreal played…

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  • Nazi Germany Dance Analysis

    In two totalitarian societies, Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany, politics and the arts were prevalent. In both countries, a strict one-ruler government was formed in the 20th century. However, through these dictatorships, citizens in each country were able to connect to the history of dance. Dancing helped to entertain and also advanced political propaganda. While dance was famous in Russia under Lenin and Stalin, dance in Germany was not as revered as Russian ballet, especially during the time of…

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  • Aztec Civilization Of Mexico: The Battle Of Tenochtitlán

    Battle of Tenochtitlán The Battle of Tenochtitlán took place in the city of Tenochtitlán from 26 May to 13 August 1521. It narrates how the Aztec Empire commanded by Moctezuma II fell to the Spanish Conquistador Hernán Cortés. Despite the numerous battles between the Spaniards and the Aztecs, the Aztecs were unable to defeat Hernán Cortés and his troops. The Spaniards weapon superiority, indigenous assistance and other key factors led to the downfall of the Aztec civilization. This episode…

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  • Chinese Acrobatic Ballet

    The Chinese Acrobatic Ballet has successfully recreated a version of a classic ballet, Swan Lake. They incorporated acrobatic moves and tricks, meanwhile, still using the original music and proper ballet technique. The performance has been a major topic of discussion and debate in the ballet world, concerning its label. Should it be considered ballet? Ballet has seen many transformations and alterations since it has first been recognized as ballet, is this variation a part of the growth or the…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Trip To Lake Tahoe

    God’s creations. This fascinating place is Lake Tahoe, in Nevada. Lake Tahoe is absolutely one of the most gorgeous places I have ever been. I have traveled there many times since I was a little kid till now. I have been very blessed to have been able to go to Tahoe. Everytime I step out of my car from a long trip to lake tahoe, my whole perspective of life and scenery has changed. Just simply the smell makes me feel alive and renewed. Tahoe is the best…

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  • Summary: A Stranger's Experience In Muskoka

    earliest visitor with international recognition to the lake was the British short story and novelist Algernon Blackwood. Starting on May24, 1892, this specialist in horror fiction spent nearly 5 months in the three big Muskoka lakes. Before “the Canadians came up to their summer camps” in June, he “explored every bay and inlet of the lakes”. Included in the explorations with his friend, Kay, were “longer expeditions of several days at a time into the great region of backwoods that began due…

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  • Personal Narrative: Forensics Day

    have a lot of time to work on my 4-H and really be involved, with which I very much enjoyed. There are six people in my family, those being my mom, dad, two older brothers, and twin sister. In addition to being an amazing mom, she’s also a great teacher. When my sister and…

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