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    Elements Of Landscaping

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    2. Softscape elements: It represents all the living materials used in landscaping. All the trees, shrubs, flowers are softscape elements. Landscaping is the art of balancing both the hardscape and softscape elements, therefore, one should have a fair knowledge on these elements to create a perfect balance in the landscape. C. Physical Space: Most of the times, designing is directly related to the attributes of physical space. One has to consider the topography, climate, site drainage, soil quality, municipal codes while designing the landscape. 1. Topography: Each land has its unique characteristics like different landforms, contour lines, elevation and sun exposure areas. A landscape designer must consider the topography for proper plant…

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    Home Observation Essay

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    As a new geologist who has come on to the Sutherland organization a few months ago, I have been honored to work alongside enthusiastic colleagues. I have studied at the prestigious school of Du Page and have trained toward geological studies for about two and a half years. In my courses, we have explored the Earth’s crust and focused on various geological features of the world. All of these credentials make me qualified to present my observations for the best place for house construction for the…

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    What do you think when you hear about the cliff dwellings of Machu Picchu and Mesa Verde? Thesis: The Machu Picchu and Mesa Verde cliff dwellings were ancient civilizations that contained both differences and similarities, and they were highly important. Mostly because of their harvestation, supplies, skills, terrains, structures, and artifacts. The Machu Picchu cliff dwellings were different in several ways regarding farming, building, and other numerous things. According to Source Three,…

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    It was a dark time for the Range. The Second rebellion has concluded, and the Ashen Coast was recovering from the horrors of the war. A rise of banditry was everywhere, except the Bite maybe. Yet, the hamlets felt the dark shadow the most… Two friends were setting out to find some stolen medicine. Edmond Weston, and Lucias Ashmore. They grew up together, and were the best of friends. Lucias was the younger of the two, he was a mage apprentice. He had brown hair, and stood 5’6”. He grew up on…

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    A Short Summary On Nevada

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    Home Means Nevada “All For Our Country” Nevada was the 36th state to become part of the union. It became a state on October 31, 1864. Maybe that’s where Halloween came from. The state colors are blue and silver. Nevada goes by many names, you may know it best as the Silver State, but it is also nicknamed the Sagebrush State and the Battle Born State. The state flower of Nevada is the Big Sagebrush which grows in the desert and rangelands of Nevada. Native Americans used to use Sagebrush for…

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    The Connection between the Population Distribution and the Geological Landforms The way that Canada’s population is distributed is very uneven and this is because of the way landforms have developed. The Continuous Ecumene, Discontinuous Ecumene and the Barren and scattered population will be discussed here. The Continuous Ecumene is on sediment rock, the Discontinuous Ecumene is on igneous rock, the Barren and scattered population is in the far north and in the high lands. The Continuous…

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    Major landforms: For the majority of the South Korea, the terrain is mostly mountainous, hilly, basined area and is less than 500 meters above sea level. Because Taipei Mountain Range runs along the eastern coast, it plants several mountain range forming hilly area within the lower altitude. The highest mountain of South Korea is Hallasan in the center of Chejudo, with the altitude of 1,950 meters. Smaller mountains ranges, like Seoraksan and Mount Wutai, are known for their beautiful scenery.…

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    River otters can stay underwater for up to eight minutes and can close their ears and nostrils to keep water out! They can also dive to a depth of 60 feet!The otter is a small mammal that lives both in water and on land. There are 13 known species of otters that inhabit areas around the world Otters have a thick coat of fur which enables the otter to be warm in near freezing waters. There is also a series of thin hairs under the otters fur that help to trap air and keep the otter warm. The river…

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    Discussion The threespine sticklebacks’ (Gasterosteus aculeatus) ability in evolving help them achieve the greatest amount of fitness and success for the future year. The group used the variable predation and calcium concentration to understand the stickleback better. Before measuring the group made a primary and secondary hypothesis. The primary hypothesis concluded that rainbow trout predation acts as selective source on the spine size of three spine stickleback because the different…

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    The organism that I have chosen lives on my property, it is the Leopard slug, the scientific name for this organism is Linus maximus. Before writing this essay I must admit I had a lot of appathy towards this pest that lived in my yard. As I systematically exam this creature I will find it remarkable; it demonstrated their exceptional ability to adapt, as the Leopard slug occupies nearly world-wide distribution through human activities. The organism that I have chosen lives on my property in…

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