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Shanghai - geography.

Shanghai - geography. I INTRODUCTION Shanghai, city in eastern China, situated on the Huangpu River, a tributary of the Yangtze River, near the Yangtze's mouth to the East China Sea. Shanghai (Chinese for "on the sea") commands the entrance to the Yangtze River Basin, a large, populous, and economically productive region in central China. Shanghai is China's most important port, commercial hub, and...

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Tokyo - geography.

Tokyo - geography. I INTRODUCTION Tokyo, capital of Japan and the most populated metropolitan area in the world, with more than 35 million inhabitants in 2003. Tokyo is located at the head of Tokyo Bay, midway along the eastern coast of Honsh?, the largest of the four main islands of the Japanese archipelago. The city occupies most of the southern part of...

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Sydney (Australia) - geography.

Sydney (Australia) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Sydney (Australia), first permanent European settlement in Australia and today the country's largest metropolitan area, with about 4 million residents. Sydney is the seat of state government as the capital of New South Wales (NSW), Australia's most populous and economically important state. The city is a dynamic cultural center with a diversified economy focused on service industries,...

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Shanghai - geography.

Shanghai - geography. I INTRODUCTION Shanghai, city in eastern China, situated on the Huangpu River, a tributary of the Yangtze River, near the Yangtze's mouth to the East China Sea. Shanghai (Chinese for "on the sea") commands the entrance to the Yangtze River Basin, a large, populous, and economically productive region in central China. Shanghai is China's most important port, commercial hub, and...

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Seoul - geography.

Seoul - geography. I INTRODUCTION Seoul, capital of South Korea (Republic of Korea), located in the northwestern part of the country on the Han River. Seoul is 31 km (19 mi) from the Yellow Sea port city of Incheon, and about 40 km (25 mi) from the border with North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea). It is the largest city and...

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South Asia: Earth at Night - geography.

South Asia: Earth at Night - geography. South Asia at Night Although South Asia is home to one-fifth of the world's people, it is not brightly lit at night because its population is overwhelmingly rural--only about 10 percent of the people live in urban areas of more than 1 million residents. Also, most areas of these countries lack the means to...

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South America: Earth at Night - geography.

South America: Earth at Night - geography. South America at Night The people of South America cannot afford to light their cities as brightly as those of Europe or North America, but most South Americans do live in urban regions that are brighter at night than the densely populated rural regions of Southeast Asia or Africa (see City Lights, Buying Power,...

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Middle East: Earth at Night - geography.

Middle East: Earth at Night - geography. Southwest Asia at Night Despite a relatively small and scattered population, Middle East is one of the most brightly lit areas in the world because it is the world's leading oil-producing region. The flames and lights of oil wells and refineries shine brightly at night. Also, most of the region's people live in cities...

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Europe: Earth at Night - geography.

Europe: Earth at Night - geography. Europe at Night The nighttime lights of Europe shine radiantly in this map view. Most Europeans live in cities, and the countries of northern, western, and southern Europe are among the most affluent in the world and can afford to light their cities brightly (see City Lights and Buying Power Map Treks). The wealthy urban...

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Northern Eurasia - geography.

Northern Eurasia - geography. Northern Eurasia at Night Northern Eurasia, a vast and sparsely populated region, is mostly dark at night. Several bright spots do appear on the map, however, because of the region's mostly urban population (see City Lights Map Trek) and abundant oil and natural gas. The brightest lights, near the center of this map view, in fact emanate...

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East Asia: Earth at Night - geography.

East Asia: Earth at Night - geography. East Asia at Night Although more than one-fifth of the world's people live in East Asia, the region is not one of the most luminous because its population is mostly rural and relatively poor (see City Lights and Buying Power Map Treks). Still, a few bright spots stand out on the map. To the...

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Buying Power - geography.

Buying Power - geography. Europe at Night The lights of Europe shine brightly at night in part because the continent is full of cities and people. More than 730 million people live here, most of them in cities (see City Lights Map Trek). Europe is also one of the world's most affluent regions and can afford to keep cities and towns...

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Australia and New Zealand: Earth at Night - geography.

Australia and New Zealand: Earth at Night - geography. Australia and New Zealand at Night Australia's relatively affluent population lives mainly in urban areas (see City Lights and Buying Power Map Treks), but the population as a whole is spread so thinly, the continent remains fairly dark at night. To the north and northeast, dry-season fires burn in tropical ......

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Africa: Earth at Night - geography.

Africa: Earth at Night - geography. Africa at Night The countries of Africa, among the poorest and least urbanized in the world, in general lack the prosperous cities whose bright lights dot other continents (see City Lights and Buying Power Map Treks). The bright lights to the far northeast shine from the oil-rich Persian Gulf region, while just to the west...

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Tropical Wet Climates - geography.

Tropical Wet Climates - geography. Iquitos, Peru Iquitos, Peru, like much of the inner Amazon Basin, is hot and wet year-round. Its temperatures vary little throughout the year (see Equatorial Moderation Map Trek), with monthly averages ranging from 26° to 28°C (79° to 82°F). Iquitos receives abundant rainfall, and precipitation averages 2,879 millimeters (113 inches) yearly (see Equatorial Rain Map Trek). Kuching, Malaysia Kuching,...

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Tropical Wet and Dry Climates - geography.

Tropical Wet and Dry Climates - geography. Lomé, Togo The tropical wet and dry climate produces a long winter dry season, when the sun is at its lowest and the equatorial rainy belt is far away, as well as a summer rainy season, when the rainy belt moves into the region (see Tropical Summer Rain Map Trek). Temperatures are warm or...

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Temperate Humid Climates - geography.

Temperate Humid Climates - geography. Paris, France Paris, like most of western and central Europe, has a temperate climate with a warm summer and year-round precipitation. This climate dominates Europe because the continent's midlatitude position and west-coast orientation result in mild temperatures and frequent precipitation (see Ocean Currents and Coasts and Moist Midlatitude West Coasts Map Treks). In Paris precipitation falls steadily...

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Temperate Dry-Winter Climates - geography.

Temperate Dry-Winter Climates - geography. Kunming, China The temperate dry-winter climate of Kunming, in the Yunnan province of Southern China, is really a variation on the tropical wet and dry climate of nearby regions (see Tropical Wet and Dry Climates Map Trek). As in tropical Southeast Asia, seasonal monsoons bring warm, moist air and abundant rainfall in summer, and cool, dry...

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Temperate Dry-Summer Climates - geography.

Temperate Dry-Summer Climates - geography. Rome, Italy In July Rome is hot and dry: Temperatures average a blazing 31°C (88°F), and rainfall from occasional thunderstorms averages just 23 millimeters (0.9 inch). Rainfall is heavier in autumn and winter, with a peak of 120 millimeters (4.7 inches) in November contributing to a yearly average of 838 millimeters (33 inches). The lowest average temperatures,...

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Subpolar Dry-Winter Climates - geography.

Subpolar Dry-Winter Climates - geography. Blagoveshchensk, Russia In January Blagoveshchensk, on the plains of southeastern Siberia, is bitterly cold, with temperatures averaging -23°C (-9°F). It is also extremely dry, with an average of 5 millimeters (0.2 inch) of precipitation for the month. Not much snow falls here because the air that blows from the frigid interior of the continent contains little...

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Polar Climates - geography.

Polar Climates - geography. Resolute, Nunavut Resolute, above the Arctic Circle in northern Canada, has a very cold and dry climate. After three months of little or no sun, average temperatures drop to a low of -33°C (27°F) in February (see Seasons and Hemispheres Map Trek). Because cold air can hold little moisture, an average of only 3 millimeters (0.1...

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Moderate and Dry Climates - geography.

Moderate and Dry Climates - geography. Hami, China The pale tan shade of the map here shows that Hami, in the Xinjiang Uygur region of western China, has a very dry climate with moderate temperatures. This type of climate is typical of midlatitude deserts (see Midlatitude Dese......

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Hot and Dry Climates - geography.

Hot and Dry Climates - geography. I-n-Salah, Algeria The pale pink shade of the map here indicates the hot and very dry climate of the Sahara. This pink shade represents much of the land surface of the globe between around 15 and 35 degrees north and south of the Equator, especially on the west sides of continents. These desert regions are...

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Cold and Dry Climates - geography.

Cold and Dry Climates - geography. Vermilion, Alberta The climate of Vermilion, on the plains of eastern Alberta, is cold and dry. Precipitation averages 416 millimeters (16 inches) annually, with most falling during summer. Average temperatures here range from -18°C (0°F) in January to 17°C (63°F) in July. Like most other cold and dry places, Vermilion lies in the interior of...

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Tropical Dry Forests and Savannas - geography.

Tropical Dry Forests and Savannas - geography. East African Savanna Tropical dry forests and savannas, shaded olive-green on the map, cover much of Africa. In this ecoregion, a tropical wet and dry climate (see Tropical Wet and Dry Climates Map Trek) supports a parklike landscape of open woodlands and rich grasslands dotted with scattered shrubs and trees such as acacia and...

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