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    First deference between my hometown, Maghagha and Jersey City is the weather. Both cities have four seasons, but the weather is different for each one of them. The winter in Jersey City is very cold and snowy most of the time, whoever the winter in Maghagha is Warm, rainy, and has no snow. In spite of snow and the cold weather in Jersey City, the life continues because the government and public are prepared for this kind of weather. The government does all effort to keep life running smoothly by…

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    Norton Shores Case Study

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    The reason I choose a house in Norton Shores area is simply because it is a great neighborhood and is quiet, an excellent safe place to reside with your family. In the Norton Shores area there is an extremely low crime rate and in the Norton Shores public school district. the school system in the Norton Shores school district is safe and a place of higher leaning, for an even better reason, It's a place I would trust to send my own children if I were to ever plan on having any in the near future…

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    Have you ever chosen to live in rural or urban areas? If yes, this article will discuss the differences and similarities between them. so that you can make the decision more clearly. Different human environments with varied manifestations, economic and social interests also affect the progress of mankind in many elements. As this happens a temporal event occurs spatially. As a result, urban and rural lives are different from each other in a lot of things such as types of activities, buildings,…

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    Stewardship

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    In today’s society people has taken care of the environment in a different way. If God created the world and everything that goes along with it; then we as followers of God, Don’t we need to treat the world the way God would want us to? In Psalms 24:1-2 NIV it says “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for he founded it on the seas and established it on the waters.” How funny that not just people, but Christians themselves treat the world with such…

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    The Human Population

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    workers which can gather, use, and produce various resources. This combined with the ability of humanity to use tools and technology, allowed human population to grow further more, feeding back into a positive cycle, eventually effectively eliminating natural predators within the habitat and regional communities of humanity, despite the weakness of humans as individuals. As with any population…

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    The Physical Environment

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    The physical environment supports the Developmental Appropriate Practice Principals of, “all areas of development and learning are important” and “Play is an important vehicle for developing self-regulation and promoting language, cognition and social competence” ” (National Association for the Education of Young Children, 2009). However it does not support the principal, “development and learning occur in and are influenced by multiple social and cultural contacts” (NAEYC, 2009). The physical…

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    For many centuries humanity has relied on the environment for a number of resources, but now it is becoming too serious. The resources we need are harming innocent creatures, and even putting humans lives in danger. The world needs resources to survive, but it is getting out of hand. The world needs to be safer while extracting these resources and needs to learn how to use a safe amount without causing damage to the world. The world is killing our environment with needs which have lead to a…

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    TransCanada uses GIS for data management, mapping, geospatial analysis, and sharing the data through the company standard GIS web mapping application. Some of the technical specifications and standards for TransCanada is ensuring data integrity. It is one of TransCanada’s mission to provide quality geospatial products and services to Operations and Engineering. A set of quality standards and technical specification has been established in order to ensure the data meets the required accuracy for…

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    The main focus of education in Flatland is polygon recognition. When looking at another polygon in Flatland, they all look like lines. However, in early childhood, everyone learns how to feel one another’s angles in order to determine what type of polygon one is. Yet, with further education, it is possible to detect the type of polygon through sight recognition. In Flatland, there are two main variables that determine the route of one’s education; gender and social status. If one is male, they…

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    Humans, by nature, characteristically modify the landscape in which they live. Through the myriad of processes and mechanisms used to alter the landscape sometimes come deliberate alterations of symbolism or meaning. The sub-dicipline of cultural geography investigates the variation of these symbolisms, traditions, and cultural products across time and space. It is through the lens of cultural geography, especially in respect to environmental symbolism, that we can interpret the value and…

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