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Dry Grasslands - geography.

Dry Grasslands - geography. European Grasslands You may think of Europe as a land of forests, but most of southeastern Europe was once covered by grasslands. Expanses of tall grass supported a rich variety of wildlife, including elk, bears, storks, wild boars, wild horses, and aurochs, the ancestors of modern cattle. Over the centuries people killed off or domesticated most of...

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Boreal Evergreen Forests - geography.

Boreal Evergreen Forests - geography. Siberian Taiga The northern forest, or taiga, of Siberia stretches for millions of square kilometers across northern Asia. This ecoregion and the climate that supports it occur only in the Northern Hemisphere (see Subpolar Snowy-Winter Climates Map Trek). In eastern Siberia, the most common tree is the larch, a deciduous conifer that sheds its needles...

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Urban Barrens - geography.

Urban Barrens - geography. Central Japan Pale blotches on the bays along Japan's Pacific coast stand out against the country's green forests and fields (see East Asia: Earth By Day Map Trek). These barren coastal areas--about the same shade as deserts (see, for example, Central Asia: Earth By Day Map Trek)--are actually cities. The cities' streets, parking lots, and buildings leave little...

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Tropical South America - geography.

Tropical South America - geography. Amazon Rain Forest The world's largest tropical rain forest (see Tropical Wet Forests Map Trek) covers the Amazon Basin. The poor soils of this region cannot sustain much agriculture, but over the centuries the forest's scattered indigenous people have learned to live off the abundant plant and animal life. The tropical forest is home to more...

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Tropical and Subtropical North America - geography.

Tropical and Subtropical North America - geography. Central America Tropical forests once covered the eastern lowlands of Central America (see Tropical Wet Forests Map Trek), but in recent years ranchers have cleared large tracts of forest for grazing cattle. In the region's central highlands, farmers graze cattle and raise crops such as maize and coffee on the valley floors and lower...

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Temperate and Subpolar North America - geography.

Temperate and Subpolar North America - geography. Eastern North America A vast forest (see Temperate Deciduous Forests and Temperate Evergreen Forests Map Treks) once stretched from the Atlantic coast to the plains west of the Great Lakes. Farther west, vast herds of bison roamed the natural grasslands (see Temperate Grasslands Map Trek). Native Americans hunted and farmed here until European settlers...

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South Asia: Earth by Day - geography.

South Asia: Earth by Day - geography. Ganges Plain The Ganges Plain of South Asia is home to nearly 500 million people who live in an area about the size of France or Texas. Thousands of years ago, tropical rain forest covered the eastern plain (see Tropical Wet Forests Map Trek), while savanna covered the western plain (see Tropical Dry Forests...

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North Africa and Middle East - geography.

North Africa and Middle East - geography. Deserts of North Africa and Southwest Asia The Sahara--the largest desert in the world--is part of a vast belt of deserts that stretches across North Africa and Middle East (see Subtropical Deserts: Ecoregions Map Trek). These nearly barren deserts support a sparse population of nomads, miners, and oil workers. About 1,300 years ago, the...

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Icy Poles - geography.

Icy Poles - geography. Antarctica The world's largest ice sheet covers Antarctica (see Ice Sheets: July Temperature and Tundra and Polar Deserts Map Treks). Only a few frost-resistant microorganisms can survive in this icy habitat, which is crisscrossed by mountain ranges and has no permanent human inhabitants. A few mosses and lichens grow along the continent's coastal fringes, where pengu......

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Horn of South America - geography.

Horn of South America - geography. Grasslands and Savannas of the Paraná and Uruguay Basins A vast natural grassland, including the Pampas of Argentina, covers the lower Paraná and Uruguay basins (see Temperate Grasslands Map Trek). The Pampas and southern Uruguay are among the richest wheat-producing regions in the world. The grassland also provides pasture for large herds of cattle and...

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Europe: Earth by Day - geography.

Europe: Earth by Day - geography. Forests and Cropland of Europe An intricate patchwork of forest and cropland stretches from the islands of Ireland and Great Britain to eastern Europe. Originally, nearly all of this region was forested (see Temperate Deciduous Forests Map Trek), but over the centuries Europeans have cleared land to grow crops and to graze cattle and other...

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Central Asia: Earth by Day - geography.

Central Asia: Earth by Day - geography. Central Asian Steppe and Desert Arid deserts and semiarid steppe, or natural grassland, cover most of Central Asia (see Temperate Grasslands and Temperate Deserts Map Treks). Along the northwestern edge of the steppe and in the mountains, there is enough rainfall to support grain crops such as wheat, and there are even scattered forests...

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Australia and New Zealand: Earth by Day - geography.

Australia and New Zealand: Earth by Day - geography. Australia's Green Coasts and Dry Outback Desert covers the interior, or Outback, of Australia, as well as the continent's south central and northwest coasts (see Subtropical Deserts: Annual Precipitation and Subtropical Deserts: Ecoregions Map Treks). A broken ring of green woodland and cropland surrounds the vast, dry Outback. In the north, which...

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Equatorial Africa - geography.

Equatorial Africa - geography. Tropical Forests of Africa Dense tropical forests once covered nearly all of the Congo Basin and coastal West Africa (see Tropical Wet Forests Map Trek). Only scattered pockets of the forest, shaded dark green on the map, remain. This is because the poor countries of the region are cutting the forest for export faster than it can...

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Southeast Asia: Earth at Night - geography.

Southeast Asia: Earth at Night - geography. Southeast Asia at Night Southeast Asia is not among the world's most brightly lit regions at night, because its population is mostly rural--only about 12 percent of the region's people live in urban areas with more than 1 million residents--and because the region is relatively poor (see City Lights and Buying Power Map Treks)....

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Baltimore - geography.

Baltimore - geography. I INTRODUCTION Baltimore, Maryland Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland. Its port is one of the busiest in the United States. Along the shores of the inner harbor rises a renewed downtown skyline. Leaving the harbor's marinas, boats can enter Chesapeake Bay. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - geography. Baltimore, city in northern Maryland, adjacent to Baltimore County. Baltimore is...

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Baltimore - geography.

Baltimore - geography. I INTRODUCTION Baltimore, Maryland Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland. Its port is one of the busiest in the United States. Along the shores of the inner harbor rises a renewed downtown skyline. Leaving the harbor's marinas, boats can enter Chesapeake Bay. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - geography. Baltimore, city in northern Maryland, adjacent to Baltimore County. Baltimore is...

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Austin - geography.

Austin - geography. I INTRODUCTION Austin's Riverfront The bright lights of downtown Austin, Texas, are reflected by Texas's Colorado River, which runs through the city. Austin is the capital of Texas and the location of the main campus of the University of Texas. Donovan Reese/Digital Vision/Getty Images - geography. Austin, capital city of Texas, located in the central part of the state. The seat of...

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Atlanta - geography.

Atlanta - geography. I INTRODUCTION Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta is the capital and largest city of Georgia. It is also a major distribution, financial, and transportation center. The Atlanta skyline has changed dramatically since the 1960s with the addition of numerous skyscrapers and large buildings. Will and Deni McIntyre/Photo Researchers, Inc. - geography. Atlanta, capital city of Georgia, located in the northern part of the state....

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Anchorage (Alaska) - geography.

Anchorage (Alaska) - geography. Anchorage (Alaska), municipality in southern Alaska and a seaport on the Knik and Turnagain arms of Cook Inlet, at the base of the Chugach Mountains. Anchorage is the largest city in the state and serves as the transportation, commercial, and communications center for much of central and western Alaska. It is connected by Glenn Highway to the...

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São Paulo (city) - geography.

São Paulo (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION São Paulo (city), city in southeastern Brazil, the most populous city in South America, and one of the largest cities in the world. The city is the capital of São Paulo state and the commercial and financial center of Brazil. It is situated among the hills of the Serra do Mar on the Piratininga Plateau...

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Rome (Italy) - geography.

Rome (Italy) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Rome (Italy), capital city of Italy and of Lazio (Latium) Region and Rome Province, on the Tiber River, in the central part of the country near the Tyrrhenian Sea. Vatican City, most of which is located in an enclave within Rome, is the seat of the papacy of the Roman Catholic church and has been recognized...

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Rio de Janeiro (city) - geography.

Rio de Janeiro (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Rio de Janeiro (city), city in southeastern Brazil, on the Atlantic Ocean, and the capital of the state of Rio de Janeiro. Its name is Portuguese for "river of January." This refers to its location near the entrance to Guanabara Bay, which appeared to be a large river estuary to early 16th-century explorers, and...

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Paris (city, France) - geography.

Paris (city, France) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Paris (city, France), city in north central France, the capital and largest city of the country. It is located in France's Île-de-France region, on the Seine River, 370 km (230 mi) upstream from the river's outlet on the English Channel. Paris is world-famous for its beauty and charm, and for its long history as a center...

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New York (city) - geography.

New York (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION New York (city), the largest city in the United States, the home of the United Nations, and the center of global finance, communications, and business. New York City is unusual among cities because of its high residential density, its extraordinarily diverse population, its hundreds of tall office and apartment buildings, its thriving central business district, its...

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