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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) long on...

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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......

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Great Lakes - geography.

Great Lakes - geography. I INTRODUCTION Lake Superior Lake Superior is the largest body of fresh water in the world. Located in central North America, it is bordered by the states of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota and by the province of Ontario. Lake Superior is one of the five Great Lakes. Wisconsin Tourism Dev. - geography. Great Lakes, group of five large freshwater lakes in...

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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), one of the world's most fertile...

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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 Israeli-Jordanian border. The surface of the Dead Sea, 418 m (1,371 ft) below sea level as of 2006, is the lowest water surface on earth. The...

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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. It rises in the...

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Congo (river) - geography.

Congo (river) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Kinshasa on the Shore of the Congo Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is located on the southern shore of the Congo River, a main artery of transportation and the second longest river in Africa. Lying directly across the river is Brazzaville, the capital city of the Republic of Congo. Georg Gerster/Photo Researchers, Inc. -...

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Colorado (river, North America) - geography.

Colorado (river, North America) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Colorado River Basin The Colorado River flows through much of the southwestern United States into Mexico. Its watershed encompasses parts of seven states: Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, and California. Along the course of the river, many dams, canals, and aqueducts have been built, including Hoover Dam, the All-American Canal, and the Colorado River...

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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 Iran. It...

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Atlantic Ocean - geography.

Atlantic Ocean - geography. I INTRODUCTION Cape Hatteras North Carolina's eastern border is a 484-km (301-mi) stretch of Atlantic coast. Cape Hatteras, with its beautiful dunes and expanses of beach, forms part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore on the Outer Banks. The Cape Hatteras lighthouse was built in 1870 and stands 63 m (208 ft) high. In 1999, to protect it from coastal...

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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 through the Bering Strait, by way of a narrow and shallow...

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Amazon (river) - geography.

Amazon (river) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Giant Water Lilies, Amazon River The Victoria amazonica is the largest water lily in the world. Located in the Amazon, this lily grows leaves that range from 0.6 to 1.8 m (2 to 6 ft) in diameter. The lilies provide food for fish and wildlife in the Amazon region, but can also cause drainage problems because of their...

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Valley - geography.

Valley - geography. I INTRODUCTION Death Valley, California Death Valley in southeastern California is almost entirely enclosed by mountain ranges. The valley is from 6 to 26 km (4 to 16 mi) wide and about 225 km (about 140 mi) long. ML Sinibaldi/Corbis - geography. Valley, area of low-lying land flanked by higher ground. Valleys usually contain a stream or river flowing along the valley...

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River - geography.

River - geography. I INTRODUCTION Aerial View of the Usumacinta River, Guatemala The Usumacinta River in Guatemala meanders through the Lacandon Forest. David Hiser/Tony Stone Images - geography. 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,...

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Mountain - geography.

Mountain - geography. I INTRODUCTION Mount Whitney, California At 4,418 m (14,494 ft), Mount Whitney in the Sierra Nevada of eastern California is the highest peak in the United States outside of Alaska. The Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks, which feature giant sequoia trees, include the Mount Whitney area. Pat O'Hara Photography - geography. Mountain, name usually applied to region of land that is...

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Map - geography.

Map - geography. I INTRODUCTION Early Map of Eastern Europe Early maps often served several purposes. They provided topographical details about a country as well as information about the area in relation to the navigator's country. This map from about 1600 depicts the maritime commerce of Barcelona, Spain, with the Near East and the area around the Black Sea. SEF/Art Resource, NY - geography. Map, representation...

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Latitude and Longitude - geography.

Latitude and Longitude - geography. Latitude and Longitude, system of geometrical coordinates used in designating the location of places on the surface of the earth. (For the use of these terms in astronomy, see Coordinate System; Ecliptic.) Latitude, which gives the location of a place north or south of the equator, is expressed by angular measurements ranging from 0° at...

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Geography - geography.

Geography - geography. I INTRODUCTION Terrestrial Globe © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - geography. Geography, science that deals with the distribution and arrangement of all elements of the earth's surface. The word geography was adopted in the 200s BC by the Greek scholar Eratosthenes and means "earth description." Geographic study encompasses the environment of the earth's surface and the relationship of humans to this environment, which...

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Desert - geography.

Desert - geography. I INTRODUCTION Namib Desert The Namib Desert, stretching over 1900 km (1200 mi) along the coast of Namibia in southwest Africa, receives less than two inches of rain a year, as a result of the effects of the cold Benguela Current. This region has sparse vegetation and few people. Anthony Bannister/Oxford Scientific Films - geography. Desert, term applied to regions of the...

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Continent - geography.

Continent - geography. I INTRODUCTION Continents Scientists believe that the continents formed from lava flowing to the earth's surface from the planet's molten core. Once at the surface, the lava solidified into a crust, which broke into sediments under the stress of weathering. These sediments formed, broke down, and reformed numerous times, affected by hot gases rising from the earth's interior. Once hardened, the...

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Yalta Agreements In February 1945 Winston Churchill, Franklin D.

Yalta Agreements In February 1945 Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Joseph Stalin--respectively, the heads of state of the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)--met at the Black Sea resort of Yalta to discuss the postwar division and occupation of Germany after World War II (1939-1945). In the resulting Yalta agreements, the USSR agreed...

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights The Universal Declaration of Human Rights--adopted by the United Nations (UN) in 1948--gave human rights a new international legal status.

Universal Declaration of Human Rights The Universal Declaration of Human Rights--adopted by the United Nations (UN) in 1948--gave human rights a new international legal status. Building on precedents set by the British Magna Carta (1215), the French Declaration of the Rights of Man (1789), and the United States Bill of Rights (1791), the Universal Declaration also reflected the events of the...

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The Teachings of Muhammad During the early 7th century, a trader named Muhammad was meditating in a cave near Mecca in what is now Saudi Arabia, when he experienced a vision of the archangel Gabriel who declared Muhammad to be a prophet of God.

The Teachings of Muhammad During the early 7th century, a trader named Muhammad was meditating in a cave near Mecca in what is now Saudi Arabia, when he experienced a vision of the archangel Gabriel who declared Muhammad to be a prophet of God. Other revelations followed, and Muhammad began to preach to others, reciting in verse the instructions he...

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The Rights of Man Declaration With this declaration, the French National Assembly addressed many of the French people's grievances with the monarchy and established the ideals of the French Revolution.

The Rights of Man Declaration With this declaration, the French National Assembly addressed many of the French people's grievances with the monarchy and established the ideals of the French Revolution. It remains one of the most important documents in Western political history. Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen 1789 The representatives of the French people, organized as a National...

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Principal Provisions of the Magna Carta The Magna Carta was signed by King John of England in response to the complaints of his barons, and thus its emphasis is on the limits of royal authority and the proper relationship between king and subject.

Principal Provisions of the Magna Carta The Magna Carta was signed by King John of England in response to the complaints of his barons, and thus its emphasis is on the limits of royal authority and the proper relationship between king and subject. The reference to "scutage" here means all monetary obligations of a vassal to his lord. Slight variations...

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