Pasco Region

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  • Moving Mountains Analysis

    Hirose’s first picture in Pasco depicts a broad view of the town of Cerro de Pasco, which is also known as the Royal City of Mines. The artist separates this image from the others in the collection because it gives an overview of the site, whereas the others are more detail-oriented and specific. The other images in the series portrayvarious living conditions such as houses on mountains to homes that are built from scrap metal or even cardboard. Pasco’s purpose is to illustrate the Peruvian population’s search to find a source of income, despite having to live in extreme climates or overwhelming amounts of pollution. The collection is featured in the exhibit because it demonstrates the willingness to working in the mining field, despite the harsh living conductions. The second series, Developers…

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  • Workforce Development Case Study: Hernando County

    Hernando County is a county in the United State of America, located in Florida. According to the U.S. Census Bureau taken in 2010, the population of the county was 172,775 and is estimated to be at 178,439 in 2015 (United State Census Bureau). Hernando County is located in the workforce development area number 16, which also includes Pasco County. The population of Pasco County for 2015 is 497,909 (United States Census Bureau). Workforce development area provides information on the counties’…

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  • Case Study: Continuity Of Operations And Fixed Assists

    local operations. You are constantly exploring opportunities to improve process that reduce errors and /or increase accuracy in Region 3. You attended two speaking engagements with our 1st Bureau Chief, one at the Police Academy and 2nd one was with Wells Fargo. You also accepted two other speaking engagements…

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  • My Cultural Background

    that is big in my family. Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, Mother’s Day and so on, we always have a big feast. In a way, food brings my family and I closer as we always bond over a meal. Growing up I loved helping my mom out in the kitchen. Almost 20 years old and I still love to sit in the kitchen to either watch or help my mother make food. I cannot wait to have my own family, to teach and make memories with my children in the kitchen. Without food and get together that my family have, we…

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  • Border 2020 Project Analysis

    prepare both the U.S and Mexico for environmental response, and stewardship. The Border 2020 project was created under the La Paz (The Peace) agreement in 1983 . Building off the border 2012 project, the latest edition will break into a two year plan, conquering each goal. The E.P.A and SEMARNAT, as well as other local governments, encourage the community to be actively involved. Project responsibilities are broken down into 3 networks. The first network being the Regional Workgroups. In…

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  • Appalachi A Sub-Cultural Analysis

    Throughout this course we’ve examined Appalachia as a separate and distinct region within the United States. The question of whether it’s a subculture or a colony is rather muddy at best. The Oxford Dictionary defines subculture as: “A cultural group within a larger culture, often having beliefs or interests at variance with those of the larger culture”. While this is true of Appalachia to some degree, the problem lies within its geographical area and the large number of subcultures that live in…

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  • Regionalism In Canada

    Regionalism is a complex ideology, as it is dependent on the definition of region. Defining region has become a daunting task by many in the political science community. For this paper, Cochrane and Perrella’s (2012) definition of region “as the physical space surrounding an individual,” and regionalism “as an affective attachment to the people, places and institutions within a geographic area,” will be used. By defining in such a way, Cochrane and Perrella account for the possibility of change…

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  • Regional Collaborative Structure

    impact on governance structures) required time and effort to shift perceptions that this is a practical option. Regionalisation was described poignantly by one interviewee as a way to “centralise where [the sector] must and distribute where they can” in order to mobilise capability better. To do so, DHBs within each region need to cooperate with one another because as one interviewee so directly put it, “[we are] short of money and workforce and we need to simplify and establish a foundation as…

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  • Geography Quiz Answers

    1___Scale is a geographic tool for creating and interpreting maps. Scale also has a broader meaning for geographers, as the relationship between any phenomenon and Earth as a whole. 2___A region is an area characterized by a unique combination of features. 3___A formal region is an area within which everyone has one or more distinctive characteristics in common, whereas A functional region is an area organized around a node or focal point. 4___An example of a functional region is the…

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  • The Cyclone Disaster: Cyclone Megi

    The Cyclone Event Cyclone Megi, or locally know as a typhoon, was first reported as a cyclone at around halfway though October 16 2010. It continued in a north west direction, at around the end of October 16 2010 Megi was upgraded to a category 4 cyclone. For the entirety of October 17 2010 Megi was a level 5 cyclone, the most powerful level. At approximately 11:25 am on the 18th of October 2010 cyclone Megi, currently at a category 5, hit Isabela province. As shown in figure 1.2. The island of…

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