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    Discussion The aim of this study was to investigate if age and gender are associated with children’s understanding of the earth’s structure. It was hypothesised that: older children will have a better scientific understanding of the structure of the earth compared to younger children, boys will have a better scientific understanding of the structure of the earth compared to girls, and younger children will construct different mental models of the earth compared to older children. The results of…

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    Subway Construction

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    In other words, as there is an increase in supply, the average cost of these supplies will be less (Imort, Knox, Marston, and Nash 43). Yes, there was a link between the economies of scale practiced by venders and the human activities at York Lanes and the student centre. For example, in Tim Horton’s when you buy a cup of coffee in the summer the price will be low because not a lot of people drink coffee in summer. Furthermore, in the summer the supply of coffee will…

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    Progression Of Maps Essay

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    the world to… [a] abstract and objective analysis of experience.” It also caused society to go from a purely sensory observation of the world to a more abstract and objective view of life. The map didn’t just grow along with the development of the human mind, it was itself a factor in propelling the intellectual advances that the map makers were recording. People additionally shifted in their perception of the world first to an intellectual realism which changed into a to visual realism. What…

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    of the earth’s surface characterised by atmosphere, soil, underlying geology, hydrology and the biotic components such as plants and animals. These attributes bring into play a significant influence on the present and future uses of the land by us humans. The turned focus to land for the sourcing out of food, extraction of natural resources and as a source of income for individuals, has been a norm for years. Decisions on land use have constantly been a part of the evolution of society (FAO,…

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    Cyber Domain Case Study

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    cyber construct is sufficient to address the cyber domains unique geography. Next the paper will examine whether the national organizational structure tasked with cyber operations needs to be reorganized and subsequently require a change to the United States Code (USC). Finally, the paper will discuss that if a reorganization is required, which agency should be in charge of cyber security for the United States. Cyber Geography The emergence of the cyber domain has been uniquely different…

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    The 2008 Disney film, Wall-e, shows a futuristic reality in which humans have polluted the Earth so much, we are forced to leave Earth behind in search of a new sustainable place to live (Wall-e). This kid’s film is important because it brings up many good points as to why we should take better care of our planet and to not be so caught up in our own realities. The underlying meaning conveyed through the population’s depletion of Earth’s resources serves as a good reminder of the serious…

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    and physically (de Vries et al.,2003; Mitchell and Popham, 2008; Higgs et al., 2012). Specifically, green space could contribute to appropriate air quality, noises levels, air temperature and cutting down water pollution, thus it is essential for human health who lived in the urban area. That is to say, a feasible method of urban planning, repairing the relationship of man and nature, upgrading urban living conditions could be completed by green space(Esbah et al., 2009; Irvine et al., 2009;…

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    Said claims the boundaries are “arbitrarily drawn” by delineating his abstract notion of imaginative geography which originated from nature of humanity. In concerning this imaginary space “some distinctive objects are made by the mind, and that these objects, while appearing to exist objectively, have only a fictional reality,” in exemplification “[a] group of people living on a few acres of land will set up boundaries between their land and its immediate surroundings and territory beyond,…

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    Walkability Inequalities

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    Calculation Walkability Indices Using GIS-Based Methodology Walkability is a multidisciplinary research subject in several fields such as transportation planning, urban and transportation geography, public health, GIS and commercial interests. As such, it is relevant to insist that walkability is a contested definition. Walkability refers to how friendly an area is for pedestrians. In more detailed definition, walkability as the extent to which the built environment supports and encourages…

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    Land Surveying Essay

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    it had been used for many centuries. It was used in the original thirteen colonies that became the United States based on the English common law. This system defined the boundaries of a parcel of land by using physical features of the local geography along with directions and distances. The boundaries are described in running prose style, working around the parcel in sequence from a beginning point and returning back to the same point. Features like rivers, tress, unusual rocks, stone…

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