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Saskatoon - Geography.

Saskatoon - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Saskatoon, city in south central Saskatchewan, Canada, and the largest city in the province. Saskatoon is located on the South Saskatchewan River, 235 km (146 mi) northwest of Regina, the provincial capital. The city was founded in 1882, and its name comes from the Cree word for a local red berry.

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St. John's (city, Newfoundland and Labrador) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION St. John's (city,

St. John's (city, Newfoundland and Labrador) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION St. John's (city, Newfoundland and Labrador), capital and largest city of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. It is one of the oldest communities in North America. St. John's is located on the Avalon Peninsula of the island of Newfoundland. An important seaport, the city...

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Toronto - Geography.

Toronto - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Toronto, capital city of the province of Ontario, Canada, located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. Toronto has the largest metropolitan area in Canada and is the financial center of the country. The city is part of the Golden Horseshoe, a highly urbanized and industrialized region extending around the west...

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Vancouver (British Columbia) - Geography.

Vancouver (British Columbia) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Vancouver (British Columbia), city in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Situated on a peninsula opposite Vancouver Island, Vancouver is bordered by Burrard Inlet on the north, the Strait of Georgia on the west, and the Fraser River on the south. The city is located about 42 km (26 mi) northwest...

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Victoria (city, British Columbia) - Geography.

Victoria (city, British Columbia) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Victoria (city, British Columbia), capital of the province of British Columbia, Canada, and part of the province's urban core. Once an important trading and manufacturing center, it now functions as a government, educational, military, and tourist center. It is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, next...

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Whitehorse - Geography.

Whitehorse - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Whitehorse, city, capital of the Yukon Territory, Canada. Whitehorse is the center of commerce and transportation in the Yukon Territory and northwestern British Columbia. It is a regional headquarters for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Whitehorse has a cool, dry climate. Annual precipitation averages 269 mm (10.6 in) and is equally...

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Windsor (Ontario) - Geography.

Windsor (Ontario) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Windsor (Ontario), city, seat of Essex County, in southwestern Ontario, Canada. Windsor is located on the Detroit River. A port of entry on the United States-Canadian border, the city is connected to Detroit, Michigan, by bridge and tunnel. Windsor is the southernmost city in Canada and serves as a gateway...

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Winnipeg - Geography.

Winnipeg - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Winnipeg, capital and largest city of the province of Manitoba, Canada. Winnipeg is located in the province's southeastern corner, where the rugged Canadian Shield gives way to open prairie, at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine rivers. Because of its strategic location, the city is often called "The Gateway to...

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Yellowknife (Northwest Territories) - Geography.

Yellowknife (Northwest Territories) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Yellowknife (Northwest Territories), city, capital of the Northwest Territories, Canada. Yellowknife is an important mining center and a service depot for the Mackenzie River valley. It is by far the largest settlement, and the only incorporated city, in the Northwest Territories. Located on Yellowknife Bay (an arm of Great...

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Amazon (river) - Geography.

Amazon (river) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Amazon (river) (Portuguese and Spanish Amazonas), river in northern South America, largely in Brazil, ranked as the largest in the world in terms of watershed area, number of tributaries, and volume of water discharged. Measuring 6,400 km (4,000 mi) from source to mouth, it is second in length only to...

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Arctic Ocean - Geography.

Arctic Ocean - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Arctic Ocean, smallest of the five world oceans. The Arctic Ocean extends south from the North Pole to the shores of Europe, Asia, and North America. See also Arctic. II BOUNDARIES AND SIZE The surface waters of the Arctic Ocean mingle with those of the Pacific Ocean...

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Atlantic Ocean - Geography.

Atlantic Ocean - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Atlantic Ocean, the second largest of the earth's five oceans and the most heavily traveled. Only the Pacific Ocean is larger, covering about twice the area of the Atlantic Ocean. The Atlantic is divided into two nominal sections: The part north of the equator is called the North Atlantic; the...

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Caspian Sea - Geography.

Caspian Sea - Geography. Caspian Sea (ancient Caspium Mare or Hyrcanium Mare), saltwater lake in southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia, the largest inland body of water in the world. The Caspian Sea is bordered on the west by Azerbaijan and Russia, on the northeast and east by Kazakhstan, on the east by Turkmenistan, and on the south by...

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Colorado (river, North America) - Geography.

Colorado (river, North America) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Colorado (river, North America), river in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. The Colorado River is the major source of water for the surrounding region, which receives very little rainfall. More than a thousand years ago, native peoples used the river to irrigate crops. Today, people still...

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Congo (river) - Geography.

Congo (river) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Congo (river), river in Central Africa, for which two African countries are named: Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC, formerly Zaire) and Republic of the Congo. The entire length of the river lies within DRC or forms part of its border. At 4,374 km (2,718 mi) long, the Congo is...

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Danube - Geography.

Danube - Geography. Danube (ancient Danubius, and in the lower part of its course, Ister; German Donau; Slovak Dunaj; Hungarian Duna; Serbo-Croatian and Bulgarian Dunav; Romanian Dun? rea; Ukrainian Dunay), second longest river in Europe, and one of the principal transportation arteries on the continent. It is the only major European river to flow from west to east....

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Dead Sea - Geography.

Dead Sea - Geography. Dead Sea, salt lake in southwestern Asia. Bounded on the west by Israel and the West Bank and on the east by Jordan, the Dead Sea forms part of the IsraeliJordanian border. The surface of the Dead Sea, 418 m (1,371 ft) below sea level as of 2006, is the lowest water surface on...

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Ganges - Geography.

Ganges - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Ganges, most important river of the Indian subcontinent. The Ganges flows 2,510 km (1,560 mi) from the Himalayas of north central India southeast through Bangladesh and into the Bay of Bengal. Named for the Hindu goddess Ganga, the river draws from a basin of 1 million sq km (400,000 sq mi),...

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Great Lakes - Geography.

Great Lakes - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Great Lakes, group of five large freshwater lakes in central North America, interconnected by natural and artificial channels. From west to east they are Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario. Lake Michigan lies entirely within the United States; the others form part of the border...

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Gulf of Mexico - Geography.

Gulf of Mexico - Geography. Gulf of Mexico, arm of the Atlantic Ocean, bordered on the north by the United States, on the east by Cuba, and on the south and west by Mexico. It covers an area of 1,500,000 sq km (579,000 sq mi) and extends 1,800 km (1,100 mi) from east to west and some 1,300...

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Indian Ocean - Geography.

Indian Ocean - Geography. Indian Ocean, third largest of Earth's five oceans, bounded on the west by Africa, on the north by Asia, on the east by Australia and the Australasian islands, and on the south by the Southern Ocean. No natural boundary separates the Indian Ocean from the Atlantic Ocean, but a line 4,000 km (2,500 mi)...

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Mediterranean Sea - Geography.

Mediterranean Sea - Geography. Mediterranean Sea, inland sea of Europe, Asia, and Africa, linked to the Atlantic Ocean at its western end by the Strait of Gibraltar. Known to the Romans as Mare Nostrum (our sea), the Mediterranean is almost landlocked. It is of great political importance as a maritime outlet for the countries of the former Union...

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Mississippi (river) - Geography.

Mississippi (river) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Mississippi (river) (Algonquian Misi sipi,"big water"), river in the central United States, the largest and most important river in North America. The Mississippi has played a central role in the exploration and economic development of the continent, and it is a principal artery for bulk freight, carrying more than any...

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Missouri (river) - Geography.

Missouri (river) - Geography. Missouri (river) (Illinois Emissourita, "dwellers of the big muddy"), river in central United States. The Missouri is formed by the confluence of the Jefferson, Gallatin, and Madison rivers at Three Forks in southwestern Montana. The longest river system in the United States, the Missouri is one of the primary tributaries of the Mississippi River....

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Niagara Falls (waterfall) - Geography.

Niagara Falls (waterfall) - Geography. Niagara Falls (waterfall), waterfall in east central North America, located on the Niagara River, in western New York and southeastern Ontario. Niagara Falls consists of two cataracts: the Horseshoe, or Canadian, Falls (57 m/187 ft high), on the Canadian side of the river, and the American Falls (55 m/182 ft high), on the...

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