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    European countries are full of strengths and weaknesses in their physiography that make up each individual territory and separate it from the rest. The geographical position of Europe is very important for the fact it is connected to Asia and the terrestrial wide exit into the Atlantic Ocean. Europe takes part of the road crossing from East to West and North to South to all terrestrial seas and air location. It has a coastline 65,993 km and geographical refraction creation of numerous peninsulas and bay islands that connect it with other continents and helps create social and economic ties. Baltic, North and Mediterranean Seas and a lot of small and large rivers in Europe create for it to be navigable of the goods inside and outside the continent. Most of the countries in Europe have the bend of coastline that create more ports for guaranteed trade and more products for imports and exports of goods delivered out of Europe. The key of interaction between 50 countries in Europe and other continents is geographical positioning and quite tiny territory with long borders. The first…

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    They decide to pass the time by searching the ocean’s floor with the submarines spotlight. Shortly thereafter, Klenze grows increasingly insane and demands to go be with “Him” and Altberg-Ehernstein opens up the chambers for Klenze to swim to his inevitable death to be with “Him”. Once Altberg-Ehernstein is finally alone, he slowly drifts to the bottom of the ocean and discovers the lost city of Atlantis. Or so he claimed. He was able to get his hands on a deep sea diving suit allowing him to…

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    Currently, it is estimated that the seas are rising by 3 mm each year, (Jenkins, G J et al, 2008), and due to global warming, there is also an increased magnitude and frequency of storms worldwide. Due to these factors, coastal erosion is becoming a major problem around the globe and within the UK, this can particularly be seen at Aldbrough, on the Holderness coast. The cliffs on this coastline are particularly soft and are made of a mixture of clay, silt, sand, and gravel. This makes the…

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    The dimensions of the FPSO are decided based on a sample ship. The Sea Rose FPSO from White Rose field located offshore Canada is taken as a prototype for the model. Also, information on the White Rose FPSO such as the general arrangement layout of the vessel is obtained from SNAME which can be used as a guide for the form of the…

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    the focal point on why geographers use the themes. It helps geography teachers better teach their students with this information. Europe is the relative location that Germany is located in. Relative location describes how a certain area is in relation with the areas around it. A more precise relative location would be in central western Europe. It may also be considered in the northern part of Europe. The nine countries of Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France,…

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    "Yashiro Shrine is dedicated to Watatsumi-no-Mikoto, god of the sea. […] the inhabitants should be devout worshippers of this god. They are forever praying for calm seas…" (4, par. 2, chp.1) The islanders are so gracious for the ocean, that they made a shrine of a sea god to represent the seas that surround the island. The islanders have been devoted to their faith in order to receive a sense of reassurance. They pray in hopes to please the sea god that they worship in order to gain pleasant…

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    Adrift in a Moral Sea Life often throws people some difficult challenges where there ends up being more than one right course of action. Everyone has their own different morals that they have acquired through out their life and this helps them decide which ethical perspective that they believe in. One instance, of where you can look at multiple ethical perspectives to solve a problem comes from the essay “Lifeboat Ethics” by Garrett Harden, which is about being shipwrecked in the middle of the…

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    consciousness(99)” . The island throws obstacles at these children and they have no other choice then to change from the innocent juveniles into ruthless savages. This displays an example of how the island is changing jack, he feels as if he needs to lose the qualities that the outside society has helped him develop,u and become this savage. Being confined on an Island makes him emphasize which traits is best fit for his search of a way of this island. Prospero’s influence over the narrative,…

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    particles into the ocean. Most of the sources of the marine pollution are land base activities. Marine pollution has numerous effects on marine animals, plants and human. Therefore, it is important to understand the cause and effect of the ocean pollution, and what people can do to solve this problem. The source of marine pollution is plentiful, about eighty percent of them come from land-based activities. Some enter the ocean directly, some pollute ocean indirectly. The first pollutant that…

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    INTRODUCTION Dana Point is a city between Los Angeles and San Diego in southern California, but is best known for its harbor. Just north of the harbor lies a rocky beach with large cliffs only tens of meters from the sea, depending on tide level. Cliffs along the coast of southern California are prone to landslides due to their rock composition (mostly sedimentary) and high erosion rates from the sea but become increasingly stressed from overlying man-made structures and landscaping practices.…

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