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Arctic - Geography.

Arctic - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Arctic, large, cold area of Earth around the North Pole. The Arctic includes the Arctic Ocean, many islands, and parts of the mainlands of North America, Asia, and Europe. The Arctic region is particularly sensitive to global warming and other climate change, and it has a major influence on climate and...

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Asia - Geography.

Asia - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Asia, largest of the Earth's seven continents, lying almost entirely in the Northern Hemisphere. With outlying islands, it covers an estimated 44,391,000 sq km (17,139,000 sq mi), or about 30 percent of the world's total land area. Its peoples account for three-fifths of the world's population; in 2008 Asia had an...

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Australia - Geography.

Australia - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Australia, island continent located southeast of Asia and forming, with the nearby island of Tasmania, the Commonwealth of Australia, a self-governing member of the Commonwealth of Nations. The continent is bounded on the north by the Timor Sea, the Arafura Sea, and the Torres Strait; on the east by the Coral...

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Central America - Geography.

Central America - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Central America, region of the western hemisphere, made up of a long, tapering isthmus that forms a bridge between North and South America. Central America, which is defined by geographers as part of North America, has an area of about 521,500 sq km (about 201,300 sq mi) and includes the...

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Europe - Geography.

Europe - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Europe, conventionally one of the seven continents of the world. Although referred to as a continent, Europe is actually just the western fifth of the Eurasian landmass, which is made up primarily of Asia. Modern geographers generally describe the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, part of the Caspian Sea, and the...

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Middle East - Geography.

Middle East - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Middle East, geographic and cultural region located in southwestern Asia and northeastern Africa. The geopolitical term Middle East, first coined in 1902 by United States naval officer Alfred Thayer Mahan, originally referred to the Asian region south of the Black Sea between the Mediterranean Sea to the west and India...

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North America - Geography.

North America - Geography. I INTRODUCTION North America, third largest of the seven continents, including Canada (the 2nd largest country in area in the world), the United States (3rd largest), and Mexico (14th largest). The continent also includes Greenland, the largest island, as well as the small French overseas department of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon and the...

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South America - Geography.

South America - Geography. I INTRODUCTION South America, fourth largest of the Earth's seven continents (after Asia, Africa, and North America), occupying 17,820,900 sq km (6,880,700 sq mi), or 12 percent of the Earth's land surface. It lies astride the equator and tropic of Capricorn and is joined by the Isthmus of Panama, on the north,...

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British Columbia - Geography.

British Columbia - Geography. I INTRODUCTION British Columbia, Pacific Coast province in western Canada, bounded on the north by Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories; on the east by Alberta; on the south by the states of Montana, Idaho, and Washington; and on the west by the Pacific Ocean and Alaska. The crest of the Rocky...

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Manitoba - Geography.

Manitoba - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Manitoba, province in south central Canada. Manitoba is the easternmost of Canada's three Prairie provinces, the others being Alberta and Saskatchewan. Manitoba lies in the geographic center of Canada. It has been known as the Keystone Province ever since Canada's governor-general Lord Dufferin described it in 1877 as "the keystone of...

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New Brunswick - Geography.

New Brunswick - Geography. I INTRODUCTION New Brunswick, province in eastern Canada. It is the largest of Canada's three Maritime provinces, the others being Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. It is also one of the four Atlantic provinces, which include the Maritimes plus Newfoundland and Labrador. Fredericton is the provincial capital, and Saint John is...

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Newfoundland and Labrador - Geography.

Newfoundland and Labrador - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Newfoundland and Labrador, easternmost province of Canada. It is also Canada's newest province, having joined the federation in 1949. The province has two sections of unequal size: Newfoundland, which is an island, and the much larger region of Labrador, on the mainland of Canada. Together, these sections have a...

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Northwest Territories - Geography.

Northwest Territories - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Northwest Territories, administrative region of Canada. The Northwest Territories is located in northwestern Canada and occupies nearly 13 percent of the country's landmass. Two other northern territories, the Yukon Territory and the Territory of Nunavut, flank its western and eastern borders respectively. The Northwest Territories is bounded to the south...

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Nova Scotia - Geography.

Nova Scotia - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Nova Scotia, province of eastern Canada, consisting of a peninsula on the Canadian mainland, Cape Breton Island, and numerous smaller islands. The peninsula is connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land called the Isthmus of Chignecto. Cape Breton Island is separated from the peninsula by the Strait...

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Nunavut - Geography.

Nunavut - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Nunavut, administrative region of Canada. Nunavut is located in the eastern Canadian Arctic and is Canada's largest and newest territory, making up nearly 20 percent of the country. This territory was created on April 1, 1999, when the Northwest Territories was split into a western part, still known as the Northwest...

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Ontario - Geography.

Ontario - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Ontario, southernmost province of Canada. Ontario is the second largest of Canada's ten provinces in area and the largest in terms of population. Commonly called the Heartland Province, Ontario is the center of Canada's industry, population, and agriculture. Its farmers and producers have access to excellent transportation facilities, especially the St....

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Prince Edward Island - Geography.

Prince Edward Island - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Prince Edward Island, the smallest and most densely populated province of Canada. It is one of the Maritime provinces (along with New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) and one of the Atlantic provinces (the Maritimes plus Newfoundland and Labrador). Prince Edward Island lies in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and...

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Québec - Geography.

Québec - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Québec, largest province of Canada. Québec is located in the eastern part of Canada and extends north from the United States border to Hudson Strait and east from the shores of Hudson Bay to the region of Labrador. Québec is nicknamed La Belle Province (The Beautiful Province) because of the splendor...

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Saskatchewan (province) - Geography.

Saskatchewan (province) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Saskatchewan (province), province in western Canada. Saskatchewan is one of the Prairie provinces, the others being Manitoba and Alberta. Its name is derived from the Cree Indian word kisiskatchewan, which means "swiftly flowing," a term first applied to the Saskatchewan River. Crossed by a vast belt of flat prairie land,

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Yukon Territory - Geography.

Yukon Territory - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Yukon Territory, administrative region of northwestern Canada. Its capital and largest city is Whitehorse. To the outsider the Yukon Territory remains inextricably associated with the rush for gold in the Klondike region at the end of the 19th century. The territory still depends largely on mining. Its mountainous terrain and...

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Alberta - Geography.

Alberta - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Alberta, province in western Canada, the most westerly of the three Prairie provinces, which also include Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Alberta is a land of contrasts. Rolling plains cover much of the province, but in the southwest, the rugged Rocky Mountains and its foothills form part of Alberta's boundary with British Columbia....

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Persian Gulf - Geography.

Persian Gulf - Geography. Persian Gulf, arm of the Arabian Sea, southwestern Asia, between the Arabian Peninsula on the southwest and Iran on the northeast. The gulf extends northwest 970 km (600 mi) from the Strait of Hormuz to the Shatt al Arab, a river formed by the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. The gulf is...

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Rhine - Geography.

Rhine - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Rhine (German Rhein; French Rhin; Dutch Rijn; ancient Rhenus), one of the principal rivers of Europe. Rising in eastern Switzerland, the Rhine flows 1,320 km (820 mi) in a generally northwestern direction through or adjoining Austria, Liechtenstein, France, Germany, and the Netherlands, to its mouth on the North Sea. It is...

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River - Geography.

River - Geography. I INTRODUCTION River, any body of fresh water flowing from an upland source to a large lake or to the sea, fed by such sources as springs and tributary streams. The main parts of a river include a channel, in which the water flows, and a floodplain--a flat region of a valley on...

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St. Lawrence (river) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION St. Lawrence (river) (French Saint-Laurent), river

St. Lawrence (river) - Geography. I INTRODUCTION St. Lawrence (river) (French Saint-Laurent), river in eastern North America. The chief outlet of the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence flows northeast from Lake Ontario to the Gulf of St. Lawrence on the North Atlantic Ocean, a distance of 1,300 km (800 mi). As part of the St. Lawrence...

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