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Geography: Midwest, midwestern states, tenessee
midwestern states, tenessee, midwest: Actually, you answered your own question. There is no official list of what is considered midwest . If *you* think a state is midwest, then it is. For example, someone in New York would no consider Ohio to be midwest, but someone in California might....

Geography: Midwestern US, pennsylvania state line, north west territory
pennsylvania state line, north west territory, mid western states: Patty: www.hyperdictionary.com/dictionary/midwest gives a definition of Mid-west. However, it gives basically the inclusion of states that make up that portion of the country. From my OWN opinion, it is a matter of PERSPECTIVE; in...

Geography: Migration 2, social strata, food stuffs
social strata, food stuffs, book of genesis: Sarah: I have employed your question via my oft-used search mechanism, www.msn.com. Before I list that site, let me impart some knowledge I have acquired over 50+ years. The classic answer for this question is in The Holy Bible. The Book...

Geography: Migration, population structures, population structure
population structures, population structure, population change: Your question is rather complex to be answered in this section. Migration obviously affects population structures, whether the sending or receiving countries. Some of the most important consequences may be for, inst.: changes in age structure of the receiving...

Geography: Mississippi River, west memphis arkansas, foot ruler
west memphis arkansas, foot ruler, staples office: Ben: In my Bio, I state NO DIRECT HOMEWORK QUESTIONS!! I do NOT believe in being The Answer Man. There is NO benefit to you. However, I DO suggest you journey to a Staples. Office Max, or Office Depot; or Barnes & Noble store, and use the...

Geography: Missouri, missouri secretary of state, google searches
missouri secretary of state, google searches, capital of missouri: Good question. In doing a couple of Google searches on various combinations of terms, I came across the following forum site, which is a short discussion of a governmental move to New Madrid during the war. http://history-sites.com/mb/cw/mocwmb/index.cgi?noframes;read=1681...

Geography: Missouri in the ACW, st louis post dispatch, madisonville mo
st louis post dispatch, madisonville mo, capital of missouri: Reg: I am awaiting a response to my inquiry from the Springfield, Missouri Library. I will forward it to you when I receive it. You question is not true based upon the wording of it. The sole capital of Missouri is Jefferson City,...

Geography: Missouri, capital of missouri, history question
capital of missouri, history question, american civil war: I m sorry but I do not know. By the end of the 19th century Springfield, Mis., was bigger and more prosperous than Madisonville. But that does not mean a thing. If I were you I would simply write to the city hall of either one of thee 2 cities. They...

Geography: Mnagment, iterative processes, liklihood
iterative processes, liklihood, commonality: I have never known a project manager that has carried this kind of responsibility. Generally, the cost of the project is developed prior to the onset of the project and the costs are then managed by the project manager of a member of his team. The development...

Geography: Mnagment, extenuating circumstances, quality team
extenuating circumstances, quality team, project leaders: Hi Shykhan, Having worked on many teams and lead many teams as well, the key is to do team building excersizes early on to build trust and comraderee. The other issue are those members who don t hold up their part of the team work. These people should be...

Geography: Mnagment, project management environment, upper level management
project management environment, upper level management, level person: The project sponser or Management Champion is the person that the project manager can go to in the event that othere managers or other people act to prevent the project manager from his assigned task or the function of the project team. It is then up to the...

Geography: Mnagment, building energy, systems approach
building energy, systems approach, operational costs: Shykhan, Most organizations use a systems approach to pricing. If they don t they could be out of business in short order by not covering their operational costs with their sales. Thus, the systems approach looks at the total cost of ownership of the...

Geography: Mnagment, technitians, contingency plan
technitians, contingency plan, alternative location: Hi Shykhan, Risk is not always avoidable it hides under the guise of uncertianty or those factors connected to human behavior . The best solution to risk is good indepth planning so that all areas of uncertianty are well understood and can then be compensated...

Geography: Mnagment, shapes and sizes, backup support
shapes and sizes, backup support, man hours: Cost proposals come in all shapes and sizes. Some don t require back up support because they may not use any goods or outside services but only man hours from internal personnel. The back up is a very simple calculation. However, in more complex situations...

Geography: Mnagment, warning of danger, budgetary issues
warning of danger, budgetary issues, foot notes: Hi Shykhan, Communications are invaluable and if the members of the team are unknown, then in-depth communications are a very good idea. However, the statement progressin according to schedule from a known team would be sufficient in my view. But...

Geography: Mnagment, upper level management, budgetary issues
upper level management, budgetary issues, pitfalls: Shykhan, There are more then two but the ones which are the most serious are poor planning and the resulting delays which in a project review including upper level management needs to be avoided especially if they have not been corrected. And Budgetary...

Geography: Mnagment, stake holders, realistic schedule
stake holders, realistic schedule, project scheduling: Hi Shykhan, I am a very demanding boss but I am open to listening to push back and if the resources are too thin, I hire more people to cover the gaps. But unfortunately, not all CEO s are like that. In this case, I would expect my project managers to...

Geography: Mnagment, project management tool, mile posts
project management tool, mile posts, incremental basis: The sign off form is a control mechanism. It is very usefull both internally and for use by external project managers. In the case of an external project, as mile posts are accomplished, the client s sign off may be a payment marker. Or if the client changes...

Geography: Mnagment, project management structure, project management approach
project management structure, project management approach, orgnization: Hi Shykhan, Many very successful organizations are still hierachical in nature but not as bureaucrtic as they once were. But they have not gone to a project management model. In fact, one of my cutomers which had been exclusively project managment structured...

Geography: Mnagment, judy weaver, bocedwards
judy weaver, bocedwards, hotmail: Shykhan, Who are these 2 contacts? As for sending so many copies, this happens and it is not a problem. I just indicate that they are duplicates and this clears them from the system. The key tasks you are speaking of are the critical path to success....

Geography: Montana, ballon festival, spring yard
ballon festival, spring yard, sky diving: Holly smokes bat man! Is there someplace in Montana where they do a lot of sky diving or hang gliding where they start at the bottom of the mountian with all of their gear and then go to the top to jump off? I m almost thinking that it could also be Arizona...

Geography: Mount Rainier, rochester public library, cascade range
rochester public library, cascade range, meter level: Lanelle: It IS safe to say that Mt. Rainier is NOT in the top 130 highest peaks in the world. So says this sight: http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0001771.html. However, Mt. Rainier is the highest in the Cascade Range, and 21st as to the highest...

Geography: Mountain Ranges, appalachian mountians, sierra nevada range
appalachian mountians, sierra nevada range, ridge mountians: Brooks Range - Alaska Hawaiian Range - Hawaii Aleutian Range - Alaska Ahklun Mountians - Alaska Kuskokwim Mountians - Alaska Alaska Range - Alaska Wrangell Range - Alaska Chugach Mountians - Alaska Filas Mountians - Alaska Boundry Range - Alaska ...

Geography: Mountain Ranges, mega search engine, chain of mountains
mega search engine, chain of mountains, component set: Hannah: http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/List%20of%20mountains%20and%20mountain%20ranges%20of%20the%20United%20States, is the site for you. Your first listing is that of mountains, it is the scond list you want. Just scroll down to it. Do...

Geography: Mountain Ranges, google, mountain ranges in usa
google, mountain ranges in usa, hannah: Hi Hannah, To propoerly answer your question I think you should visit the following site: http://www.google.es/search?q=cache:QHEsYgn4iZ0J:freespace.virgin.net/john.cletheroe/usa_can/mountain/+**mountain+ranges+USA*&hl=es where you will find mountain...

Geography: Mountain ranges in the U.S., appalachian mountians, ozark mountians
appalachian mountians, ozark mountians, volcanos: Hi Ana, On the East coast of the US, The Appalachian Mountians, in the West the Rocky Mountian Range, In the Midsouth you have the Ozark Mountians. On the West Coast you have the Cascade Mountian Range. In reality however, there are many mountian ranges...

Geography: Mountains, rocky mountain ranges, great dividing range
rocky mountain ranges, great dividing range, river deltas: Hi Regis A good observation but I would not say a general rule at all. Perhaps the contrast of the flat sea surface with that of land makes that impression. I would say that less than a third of coastline is mountainous considering 1000m heights within...

Geography: Mountains, sir george everest, highest mountain in the world
sir george everest, highest mountain in the world, chief surveyor: Annette, Just as the question who discovered America is controversial, qustions like these will always be controversial. The first native people that lived in the area of Mt. Everest discovered it, but no one knows when that was. Therefore, the short...

Geography: MULTIPURPOSE RIVER VALLEY PROJECTS, flood control, human consumption
flood control, human consumption, generation 5: Hi Brijunath, These projects are designed to do the following: 1) flood control 2) provide water for irrigation, human consumption 3) provide water for industrial needs 4) Power generation 5) development of lake fisheries 6) recreation 7) transportatio...

Geography: Multi-purpose projects on the indus, pakistan power, purpose projects
pakistan power, purpose projects, india and pakistan: Hi Shankar, The reason it is called a multi-purpose dam is just that, it provides many other purposes such as water for irrigation, human consuption, the needs of 2 countries (India and Pakistan), Power for factories and homes, and many thousands of jobs....

Geography: Multi purpose river projects, riverine ecosystems, nuclear power generation
riverine ecosystems, nuclear power generation, water catchment systems: Hi Aryan, Advantages: 1) improved water resources for agricultural purposes 2) improved water resources for industrial uses 3) water for human consumption 4) water for hydro or nuclear power generation 5) change from riverine to lake fisheries 6)...

Geography: Multin purpose river projects, riverine ecosystems, nuclear power generation
riverine ecosystems, nuclear power generation, irrigated soils: Hi Aryan, Advantages: 1) improved water resources for agricultural purposes 2) improved water resources for industrial uses 3) water for human consumption 4) water for hydro or nuclear power generation 5) change from riverine to lake fisheries 6)...

Geography: Multipurpose Projects in India (#25!), multipurpose projects in india, colleague ralph
multipurpose projects in india, colleague ralph, multipurpose project: Hi Arun The term multipurpose project seems unique to Indian homework and research, when searching for information in search engines try use terms also like reservoirs , dams , hydroelectric , river conservation and more in conjunction with India...

Geography: Multipurpose Projects in India, multipurpose projects in india, purpose projects
multipurpose projects in india, purpose projects, google: Ratnika: In answer to your request, let me say that for an 8th grader, quite a project. but not insurmountable. Firstly, in doing my research, let me state that the use of the adjective Multi-Purpose( and varied spellings�) does NOT translate...

Geography: Multipurpose Projects on Indus River, bhakra nangal dam, multipurpose projects
bhakra nangal dam, multipurpose projects, google: Ruchi, I am very sorry but I do not know them all. However, if you go to www.google.com and enter Multipurposes projects India a list of such projects may appear. You may also try the website www.altavista.com . You can also put in Bhakra Nangal...

Geography: Multipurpose River Valley Projects, lake kariba, hoover dam
lake kariba, hoover dam, electrical project: Hi Shilpa Same homework as Anjali? Please let me know if you have any specific questions about dams or artificial lakes , otherwise see some of my previous answers (many) in this field. Below is an example. Love & Regards Rangutan Rudi Questioner:...

Geography: Multipurpose River Valley Projects (#18), answering your questions, alternate water
answering your questions, alternate water, role of multipurpose river valley projects: Hello Alvin I am not very informed about India s water projects but found these interesting website links that might help you with your project. River Valley projects: http://agri.ap.nic.in/rvp.html http://nca.gov.in/nb_index.htm http://www.umich.edu/~snre492/Jones/narmada.html...

Geography: Multipurpose River Valley Projects (#28), aswan high dam, production of fertilizer
aswan high dam, production of fertilizer, irrigation industry: Dear Ashik, Dear Students, [Please always indicate the name of your institution and state that we may help you better with is subject in future.] The role is best explained by Anjali Thomas who wrote to me on 2007-08-02 this: Projects labled as multipurpose...

Geography: Multipurpose River Valley Projects (#31), tehri, allexperts
tehri, allexperts, leisure time: Hi Hares Andolans are communities against something, in this case obviously against the construction of the Teri Dam where as the exploding population needs such resources to survive! See: http://envis.mse.ac.in/legis-int.htm#tehri Please see my previous...

Geography: Multipurpose River Valley Projects, rich agriculture, archaeological importance
rich agriculture, archaeological importance, human consumption: Hi Sanya, The primary purpose for most MPRVs are to reduce or eliminate flooding but they also are used to then impount water for human consumption, agriculture, industrial use, power generation, improved transportation etc... There are also many negatives....

Geography: Multipurpose River Valley Projects, lake kariba, hoover dam
lake kariba, hoover dam, electrical project: Hi Anjali [This awkward term is not very common internationally and one should blame the school system where it originated for it. I wish I new what country you come from!] I suppose the role of such projects is to improve the economy of the region...

Geography: Multipurpose river valley project, power generation capacity, principle role
power generation capacity, principle role, impact assesment: Hi V.G. The principle role of an MRVP is flood control and water retention. These projects have both negative and some positive impacts. Negative: 1) displacement of populations 2) destruction for ecosystems both terrestiral and riverine 3) loss of...

Geography: Multipurpose river valley projects, aswan high dam, production of fertilizer
aswan high dam, production of fertilizer, massive projects: Hi Pragyan, Projects labled as multipurpose generally refer to a water retention system which is used to a) generate electricity, b) act to prevent water shed flooding, c) provide irrigation, d) naviagation e) habitat improvement and f) improve fishery...

Geography: Multipurpuse River Valley Projects (#53), environment impact assessment, www tribuneindia com
environment impact assessment, www tribuneindia com, environmental degradation: Hello Shreyas Since I have no direct knowledge but only theories of this subject please see previous answers in the past answers section of Geography . I read up about this very controversial subject using the search field on the top-right-side...

Geography: Multipurpuse River Valley Projects (#57), river in munich, okavango swamps
river in munich, okavango swamps, wetter areas: Hi raj I do not see a question here! We have supported a lot of students with this same project, for general information and links to information please see the list of previous answers at: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Geography-1729/ There are alternatives...

Geography: Multipurpuse River Valley Projects (#59), multipurpose projects in india, river projects
multipurpose projects in india, river projects, exact question: Hello Priya We have already answered more than a hundred questions about multi-purpose river projects. You may want to ask a specific and exact question or otherwise browse some of our joint answers and proposed links in the list at: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Geography-1729/...

Geography: Multipurpuse River Valley Projects (#60), allexperts, india news
allexperts, india news, silver platter: Hello Priya I see no specific question here. For more information, weblinks and discussion on this subject see our many previous answers in the list at: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Geography-1729/ We have already contributed a lot and as much info as we...

Geography: Multipurpuse River Valley Projects (#61), allexperts, india news
allexperts, india news, information flow: Hello Kulsum I see no specific question here. For more information, web links and discussion on this subject see more than 50 good answers to this topic at: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Geography-1729/ We have already contributed a lot and as much info...

Geography: Multipurpuse River Valley Projects (#32), aswan high dam, production of fertilizer
aswan high dam, production of fertilizer, irrigation industry: Hello Kris Please see our previous ideas and answers for the same question: [Please always indicate the name of your institution and state that we may help you better with is subject in future.] The basis and purpose of these dam projects is best explained...

Geography: magnetic north vs true north, digital compass watch, nickel iron
digital compass watch, nickel iron, riding in the car: Hi Shayne Magnetic North is 7 degrees off center when looking down at the north pole. It is in relative position to the North Pole rather then east or west which has little meaning at the north pole. More importantly, there are magnetic anomolies ...

Geography: magnetic north, magnetic north pole, north and south pole
magnetic north pole, north and south pole, core of the earth: Neda, The core of the earth is molten. The outside is a hardened crust. As a result, the inner core and the outer shell rotate at slightly different speeds and the inner core moves on its axis differently then the outer shell s. This causes the magnetic...

Geography: what is the main connection..., desert biomes, aquatic biome
desert biomes, aquatic biome, google: James: I modified your request for the Great Google, and posed this: The Relationship Between Aquatic, and Desert Biomes. From that I found this site: http://www.worldbiomes.com/ A child site is this: http://www.worldbiomes.com/biomes_map.htm....

Geography: manhattan, an island or peninsula?, staten island ferry, belmont island
staten island ferry, belmont island, harlem river: Gena, Hi, sorry I took so long, but your question came after I left this morning. I play Mexican Train Dominoes every Wednesday. Yes, Manhattan Island is an island. Manhattan Island, surrounded by the East Riiver , the Harlem River, and the Hudson...

Geography: map, aerial photgraphy, soil composition
aerial photgraphy, soil composition, degree angles: Ash: Thank you for your reply. Now that I understand your question a bit better, I can offer these items for your perusal. First, let me state that I and NOT an expert in Celestial Navigation, Astronomy, nor do I understand all the new buzz...

Geography: map projections, usgs quadrangle maps, latitudes and longitudes
usgs quadrangle maps, latitudes and longitudes, flat maps: The UTM Grid locus is the most accurate way to pin point a specific lattitude and longitude on the Earth. Both on the map and physically. If you have heard of GPS (ground position sensor) The satellites which operate GPS use UTM to pinpoint precise locations...

Geography: map, map of figi, population density
map of figi, population density, gazateer: Andrea: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiji will give you the population for the country of Fiji. It will be on the right hand side of the display with the population density per km2. Generally speaking in most foreign lands the capital city...

Geography: mapping conventions, rochester public library, mapping conventions
rochester public library, mapping conventions, word convention: Lauren: Apologies for the delay, but had computer hard drive crash. Am rebuilding my info structure. For your question, can you be more specific in its target? The word convention has many connotations, and I am not sure as to how you wish...

Geography: maps, case entry, google
case entry, google, maps: Aymen: The Great Google has your answers regards map elements. Use this as your entry, and advance under Advanced Search. Follow the directions. Entry: Elements that make up a map. The benefits of a map are found the same way, by simply...

Geography: maps, eye and brain, mineral gold
eye and brain, mineral gold, continuous warfare: Christina: My reply is strictly an OPINION, and mostly a PERSONAL one at that. The question I have is: In what context is this map showing two(or more) antagonistic countries(presumably on the same continent), being presented. Such...

Geography: maps, university of texas maps, highlands and lowlands
university of texas maps, highlands and lowlands, map of southeast asia: I think you re talking about a topographic map. My favorite site for maps of all kinds is the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas. Maps of all kinds from a variety of sources, plus links to other sites. I always go there...

Geography: maps, library map collection, great britian
library map collection, great britian, maps index: Whenever I need a map, I go to one place. Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/index.html They have a wide selection of modern and historical maps covering the entire world. Good luck...

Geography: maps, asia discovery, grand holiday
asia discovery, grand holiday, linkage: Paul: First go to www.msn.com, and put Ipoh into the search box; get your results. http://www.asia-discovery.com/malaysia/ipoh/index.html, is the site you need. Next, go to www.mapquest.com, hit Maps, hit Location Outside Of USA, and Canada,...

Geography: meteorite, stars fell on alabama, meteoroid
stars fell on alabama, meteoroid, licence plates: Stan: I believe ONE of the sites you might be interested in, as it relates to your ultimate question, is this: http://www.trailoflegends.org/JanFebMar2003.htm. Another site dealing with the same GENERAL subject and locale is...

Geography: mexico city, shanty towns, urban migration
shanty towns, urban migration, safe drinking water: Hi Lucy, I will answer your last question first. The pull factors for Mexico City is JOBS. There are few in the rural areas and farming is the only way to have food on the table. There are other cities in Mexico which also attract migrantes for work...

Geography: mileage, kelowna bc canada, melfort saskatchewan
kelowna bc canada, melfort saskatchewan, mountainous territory: Alex: In using www.Mappoint.com service, I did both the shortest, and quickest plottings to get a clear idea as to which to recommend. I can confidently state that the drive time quote is the quickest at 16 hours and 10 minutes. That covers...

Geography: miles between two towns, parallel c, encl
parallel c, encl, trick question: Laurie: I am going to reply to both questions with the same answer from a previous inquiry. The difference will be that #4 is the item for you to interact with. The point here is that now you will A system to use for future questions on this...

Geography: mining in the Amazon, doing business in brazil, cattle farming
doing business in brazil, cattle farming, cattle farmers: Hi Megan, Sorry for the delay, but I ve just arrived from a short holiday. Dr. John R. Sturgul, Professor of Mining Engr., of the University of Idaho answers to a similar question: This is an interesting question. I have consulted with mining people...

Geography: misuses of cartographic principles, edu courses, geog
edu courses, geog, map: Hi Mitchell, Perhaps you should visit this site: http://64.233.161.104/search?q=cache:vlrsXHs3td0J:www.geog.umn.edu/courses/1502/labs/Geog1502_Lab08.pdf+*misuses+of+cartographic+principles*&hl=es Other than that, I do not think I can help you. Regards...

Geography: the moon, apollo astronauts, exact shapes
apollo astronauts, exact shapes, higher latitudes: Follow-up: One face of the moon always faces Earth which all nations see. The back of the moon was seen for the first time by Apollo astronauts orbiting the moon. Some images and fantasy: http://www.stargazing.net/david/moon/lunarpatterns.html ...

Geography: the moon, night time sky, lunar phase
night time sky, lunar phase, trip to china: James, It depends on the time of day and the lunar phase. If you see the Moon in the daytime, it is certain that someone will be looking at the same Moon, either before sunrise, or after sunset in the night time sky. You don t have to make the trip to...

Geography: mountain ranges in the U S A, pocono mountians, ozark mountians
pocono mountians, ozark mountians, catskill mountians: Hi Manny, There are many many mountian ranges in the USA. I can list some of them but not all. I will go from norht to south and east to west. Thus begining in the North East. White Mountians Appalachians Green Mountians Adirondak Mountians Catskill...

Geography: multi purpose river valley projs, multipurpose projects, google
multipurpose projects, google, negative impact: Hi Las, there are many links if you go to www.google.com and put in the name of one of these multipurpose projects. There are both Andolans against the projects and supporting organizations supporting them. These projects if well thought out and compensated...

Geography: multi purpose river valley projects, agricultural irrigation, river ecology
agricultural irrigation, river ecology, rich soil: Hi Sonali, Advantages: 1) reduces or eliminates the seasonal flooding 2) The retained water can be used for human consumption 3) can be used for agricultural irrigation and other uses 4) can be used to generate electricity 5) can be used to improve...

Geography: multi purpose river valley projects, high mountians, water shed
high mountians, water shed, hindu kush: Hi Divya, Let me first explain what a watershed is. A water shed is that land area which drains into a single river flowing to the sea. So, the Ganges begins in the high mountians to the North of India including the Himalayas and the Hindu Kush it also...

Geography: multi purpose river valley project, hydro electric power, nuclear power plant
hydro electric power, nuclear power plant, riverine systems: Hi Inderjeet, The primary role of an MPRVP is to reduce or elminiate flooding of primary riverine systems. This is done by building resevoirs and retaining the water using dams. There are several secondary purposes such as using these dams for hydro-electric...

Geography: multi purpose river valley project, desalination projects, alternate water
desalination projects, alternate water, andolan: Hi Inderjeet, There are many websites that speak to various MPRVPs in India. Some like the Projects on the Narmada or the Kali Rivers get into a lot of detail about the projects and what they will be used for. You should also look at the Andolan s associated...

Geography: multi purpose river valley projects, school assignment, water flow
school assignment, water flow, water use: Hi Divya Most of these projects are modern. There are ancient examples but most are very modern and complex. Most are build to help reduce flooding and provide power but there are drawbacks. 1) reduced water flow can cause problems of an ecological nature...

Geography: multi purpose valley projects, industrial consumption, flood control
industrial consumption, flood control, human consumption: Hi Komal, There are many purposes that these river valley projects encompass: 1) Power generation 2) flood control 3) inpounding water for 1) irrigation 2) human consumption 3) industrial consumption 4) recreation 5) fishery etc... Positives:...

Geography: multi purpuse river valley projects, purpuse, displacment
purpuse, displacment, foot print: Yes, I teach at a university in the USA. As to what opinion you should interject, this is up to you. How do you feel about the displacment of so many people and the loss of their agricultural land? How do you feel about the loss of historical and archaeological...

Geography: multipurpose river valley projects, narmada bachao andolan, environment impact assessment
narmada bachao andolan, environment impact assessment, irrigation industry: Hi Siddhi, I will provide only some of the information. You as the student MUST do the research and write the paper. There is information on the internet for you to find and I will help give you direction. This is all I can do. 1) The role of multipurpose...

Geography: multipurpose river valley projects, project case study, new delhi india
project case study, new delhi india, archaeological digs: Hi Ritika, If you select one of the river valley projects which will serve the New Delhi area then using the name of the project go to www.google.com and put in that name with andolan at the end. The river projects all have Andolans (grass root organizations...

Geography: about multipurpose river valley projects in india, narmada bachao andolan, earth quakes
narmada bachao andolan, earth quakes, fishery development: Hi Akhila, Multipurose river valley projects are used for the following things: 1) Flood Control 2) water for human consumption 3) water for industrial consumption 4) water for irrigation and fishery development 5) Power generation 6) recreation...

Geography: multipurpose river valley, fishery development, hydro electric power
fishery development, hydro electric power, industrial consumption: Hi Ajay, Have you looked at my previous answers to this topic? I cover most of the information you are asking for. But to provide you with the information: Multipurpose projects are used to: 1) minimize or eliminate flooding 2) provide water for...

Geography: Namibia, http www google, gov cia publications factbook
http www google, gov cia publications factbook, www google es: Hi I m giving you these three sites. You may be able to find what you are looking for. http://www.google.es/search?q=cache:Eobr-RWHhXUJ:www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/wa.html+*namibia*&hl=es http://www.google.es/search?q=cache:GP9Uo73DQSoJ:www.namibweb.com/+*namibia*&hl=es...

Geography: Namibia, google, menu bar
google, menu bar, namibia: Emiel, If you go to the following search engine, you will find all kinds of information on Namibia. Go to www.google.com and put in : Namibia Then press enter. Each of the listings will be about Namibia. All you do is click on the listed...

Geography: National park of Canada, kenora ontario, canada highway
kenora ontario, canada highway, air canada: Yes, from Toronto take the 400 north to the 69 north to 17 west across the top of the great lakes. East of Kenora Ontario you will have the chance to go west on Canada 1 (one). Take this west to Lake Louise and the park. Another way is to go by plane...

Geography: National park of Canada, banff national park, funny question
banff national park, funny question, rocky mountains: That s a funny question. I could tell the future of anything I would be a prophet, and famous all over the world. However, I ll make an effort and I think that anybody who has been there can foretell that the future of that National Park is just as bright...

Geography: National park of Canada, cyrstal ball, banff national park
cyrstal ball, banff national park, gasoline stations: Ashik: I do NOT have a cyrstal ball that I gaze into and make pronouncements as to what the future has in store for an entity. However, there ARE some points of interest that need to be considered as to the viability of VISITORS continuing...

Geography: National park of Canada, canadian automobile association, keyword seach
canadian automobile association, keyword seach, travel duration: Ashik: First, I would have to pose the question of funds? Along with THAT part of the equation, one must have the TIME to invest as well. Not knowing what is the purpose of this sojourn(as it is none of MY business to know, anyway) there ARE a number...

Geography: National park of Canada, toronto ontario canada, ashik
toronto ontario canada, ashik, pch: Ashik: http://www.parcscanada.pch.gc.ca/ is your site, as it is a PORTAL site that connects with child sites that are more specific in details presented. Also, you COULD enter Banff National Park into a keyword search, and get some further...

Geography: National park of Canada, toronto ontario canada, bus train
toronto ontario canada, bus train, cook stove: That is a question that I can not answer. it will depend on how you travel. By car, bus, train, plane. All have different costs. In addition, if you camp or stay in hotels there will be a big difference in cost. Also if you cook your own meals on a camp...

Geography: National park of Canada, travel agency in toronto, toronto ontario canada
travel agency in toronto, toronto ontario canada, 6 years: That depends on how you intend to reach Banff. However, as soon as you decide how to reach that town you can ask your travel agency in Toronto who will tell you the exact cost. I do not know whether you realize that I live in Spain, and I m not aware of travelling...

Geography: National park of Canada, toronto ontario canada, class mates
toronto ontario canada, class mates, lodging expenses: Ashik: The COST will DEPEND on what the transport mode(s), lodgings, meals and other expenses(petrol?) incurred during travel times. Another aspect is are YOU traveling ALONE? This means there is NO DEFRAYING of transport, food, and lodging...

Geography: National park of Canada, banff national park, hunting
banff national park, hunting, camping: Well as a national park, there can be no logging, camping is greatly restricted to controlled areas, there is no hunting. Fishing by permit only, boating is alowed but there are restrictions. If you go hiking and take food then you have to also pack out the...

Geography: National park of Canada, banff national park, ashik
banff national park, ashik, continuity: Ashik: In my previous replies there are sites than can be accessed, and some explanations are provided as to what measures are being taken to insure the survival and continuity of the park, and its surrounding areas. Thomas J. Baglin Ragingmt@rochester.rr.co...

Geography: National park of Canada, parc canada, banff national park
parc canada, banff national park, magnificent park: This would be a better question to pose to Parc Canada. Try contacting them directly. I can tell you that Banff is a magnificent park and is gaining in popularity. So, from this you can guess that an increase in the use of the park would be expected...

Geography: National park of Canada, canadian rockies, ashik
canadian rockies, ashik, precise directions: Ashik, That depends on where you are starting from. But you are right that Banff National Park is in Canada. To be more precise, it is located in British Columbia and Alberta near lake Louise. If you can find Kamloops and follow the main road East...

Geography: Native Palm Trees, family palmae, native palms
family palmae, native palms, feather palm: Yes there are! In the US warmer areas. I have copied the folowing text from my Encyclopedia which I think you will find of ineterest: Worldwide, the family Palmae is composed of over 230 genera and about 3000 species. Only a few of these are indigenous...

Geography: Nevada, open ended question, carson city area
open ended question, carson city area, water sewage: Z: Using your last request as a guide, this is just a matter of substitution. The locale is secondary to the illustration. The main point is to use each of the themes and show by some particular fact that Nevada is doing what other portions...

Geography: New Providence vs. Nassau, capital of the bahamas, new providence
capital of the bahamas, new providence, federal territory: Hi Carissa, New Providence is the name of the island upon which Nassau is located. The entire island is like Washington DC. It is a federal territory , which makes the entire island the capital . Some people do use them interchangeably but Nassau is...

Geography: Niagara Falls, steep sides, upland areas
steep sides, upland areas, moving water: Dear Anja A gorge is simply a deep, genarally narrow trench with, usually, relatively steep sides. They are mostly found in upland areas and are, generally (although not always), formed by fast moving water. In other words, they are caused by erosion and,...

Geography: Nice, magna carta, world war ii
magna carta, world war ii, lionhearted: Manni: In attempting to answer your question, I chose History Of Nice, France, as my first search entry. This is via www.msn.com. This yielded over 354, 000 possibilities. Using just Nice, France, would be over 1.4 MILLION. Most of these were...

Geography: Nice, alpine valleys, death of queen
alpine valleys, death of queen, julia augusta: 400.000 ago , the first people of Nice, set on the Terra-Amata site, were chasing the elephants. 300 before Christ, the Massaliots were taking victory upon the Barbarians and were founding NIKAIA - which means victorious -, a commercial counter by the...

Geography: North America Geography, continent of north america, american continents
continent of north america, american continents, chain of mountains: Hi Jodie, From a strictly geographical point of view the Bahamas can be considered as a prolongations of the American Continents, just as all the other Caribbean islands, for they are just the summits of a chain of mountains. Please check the following...

Geography: Nuclear Energy, nuclear power plants, uranium atom
nuclear power plants, uranium atom, nuclear power plant: Katherine - That depends on what you mean by nuclear energy. Nuclear power plants in the US are used to produce electricity, which travels over wires to your home, the same as electricity produced by dams, coal, or oil plants. Where a nuclear power plant...

Geography: name of town, lumber jack, hayward wisconsin
lumber jack, hayward wisconsin, top rope: Hayward Wisconsin has a Jan. Axe throwing competition. They may do some top roping. (there is two kinds, one is a climb up a cliff on a rope and the other is lumber jack thint where they top a tree with the help of the top rope which the lumber jack needs...

Geography: navajo sandstone crossbeds, ancient sand dunes, ancient shoreline
ancient sand dunes, ancient shoreline, desertusa: http://www.desertusa.com/zion/du_znpdesc.html These cross bedded sand stones can be found in Zion National Part, Glenn Canyon and else where. these are formed by ancient sand dunes along an ancient shoreline. This site should give you what you need along...

Geography: navigation, liquor drinks, apparent magnitudes
liquor drinks, apparent magnitudes, celestial coordinates: Hamid: This is probably the best jump-off site for this activity. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celestial_navigation. Based upon the contents, chapter links, and various supporting linkages, a most comprehensive, and required source to begin...

Geography: need to ask, scarce water resources, desert soils
scarce water resources, desert soils, desert soil: You can find detailed information by using the search engines on the internet. Such web sites as www.google.com or www.altavista.com or www.dogpile.com. Some information can also be found on wikipedia.com this is an online encyclopedia which is peer reviewed...

Geography: I need to know something about maps in USA, 4 oceans, geography book
4 oceans, geography book, american knowledge: I would not be surprised. American knowledge of geography and peoples of the world is very poor and one could say that most Americans are culturally ignorant. To give you an example: When I teach Anthropology, I must always test my 1st and 2nd year college...

Geography: I'm agree, economical power, depens
economical power, depens, responsability: Juan: I have made a phone contact with my local Public Library, and will get back to you on this subject in 5 business days. That should allow for sufficient researching. As for the rest of your note, might I ASK that you comminucate via the...

Geography: networki ng, hacking virus, virus attack
hacking virus, virus attack, disruptive activities: Hi Shykhan, 1) who has access and what kind of password is required to get in. How often does the password change, the kind of network, the kinds of firewalls, the structure of the organization and the different levels of access etc... 2) The firewall...

Geography: networki ng, encrypted system, company lan
encrypted system, company lan, wireless lan: Hi Shykhan Having a wireless LAN makes it a bit easier for people to collaborate on projects. It allows them to move freely around the building with their laptops and still be connected to get emails, communicate with their fellow employees and transfer...

Geography: newworking, voice over internet provider, old telephone service
voice over internet provider, old telephone service, plain old telephone service: Hi Shykhan, Voip or voice over internet provider like Vonage or Skyp has several advantages one of which is the bandwidth which allows for data flow as well as voice and pic. This is what ATT was driving towards back in the 1960s with picture phones but...

Geography: newworking, developer version, certified software
developer version, certified software, documentation system: Hi Shykhan, Version control is just as important in any documentation system. If you are an ISO, QS, API, ASTM, ASME or other certified organization or a certified software developer, version control of the documentation ensures that you have the latest...

Geography: newworking, collaboration software, network organizations
collaboration software, network organizations, existing systems: Hi Shykhan, The most important thing is understanding the processes involved and making sure that when integrated into a systematic process that they remain effectively unchanged, only systematized. The other side of the equation which is just as important...

Geography: newworking, dual tone multi frequency, wide area networks
dual tone multi frequency, wide area networks, wan systems: Hi Shykhan, A WATTS Line is like an 800 number. These are generally no longer in use because of the nature of telecom today. These were widely used in the 60 s through the 90 s. Much of this has been replaced with WAN systems (Wide area networks) ...

Geography: newworking, private branch exchange, centrex system
private branch exchange, centrex system, telephone switchboard: Hi Shykhan, A PBX is a telephone switchboard used by large companies to route inbound and out bound phone calls. The company can thus limit the number of telephone lines it needs to use from the phone company and this reduces the cost of their phone bill....

Geography: newworking, internet protocal, telephone switching systems
internet protocal, telephone switching systems, switch node: Shykhan, You ve got me on this one. I m afraid all I can do it give you what these terms mean. MPLS is Multiprotocal Lable Switching which is used in routing systems like computers and computerized telephone switching systems. Asynchronous Transfer...

Geography: newworking, cell phone towers, carrier waves
cell phone towers, carrier waves, modem data: Hi Shykhan, This can be done in several ways. First of all, since we are talking about computer systems, they can increase the speed and capacity of the equipment used to route the data packets. Secondly, they can replace the wire with optical fiber,...

Geography: newworking, central time usa, key word search
central time usa, key word search, internal firewall: Hi Shykhan, Network congestion can have a significant impact on productivity. One of my suppliers has its major operation in Norway. As a result, they do system maintenance between 2pm and 4 pm Central time USA. During this time, the US operation is...

Geography: newworking, convergent technology trends in telecommunications, blackberry pda
convergent technology trends in telecommunications, blackberry pda, baby bells: Hi Shykhan, I think you mean deregulation. In the US when Bell Telephone was broken up into the 10 baby bells it allowed the small nacent alternative telephone companies an opportunity to grow and they did. The original Bell telephone was a monopoly...

Geography: nice, world war ii, matter of fact
world war ii, matter of fact, mariners: Maani, I would be happy to be of assistance but I m not sure of what you are asking. Is it that you are asking where this place is? or its name? To be quite honest, I have no clue based on the description you provided where it could be. Can you provide...

Geography: nice, religious connotations, ancient greeks
religious connotations, ancient greeks, standing army: Is this possibly Athens? Named for Athena one of the gods of the ancient Greeks? And though not a religious leader does have religious connotations. Do you have any other clues? This is still rather vague. Most ancient cities were important trading...

Geography: nice, lucrative trade route, east india company
lucrative trade route, east india company, british east india company: Maani: I believe you might be talking about the Sikh Kingdom on the Indian sub-continent. It is a religious name Sikhism, and it was once a powerful entity, but after the First Sikh War, 1845-1846, it lost its political power, and all its affairs...

Geography: nice, alonso de ojeda, maracaibo venezuela
alonso de ojeda, maracaibo venezuela, wter: These sort of houses built on stilt are called palaphites and there are many in the Indonesian Islands and Also in the Caribbean Sea. In fact, in the lake of Maracaibo (venezuela) there are quite afew, that recently are also becoming touristic sites, which...

Geography: number of lakes, marwan, body of water
marwan, body of water, north country: Marwan, That would depend on your definition of a lake. Canada for instance has hundreds of thousands, some would be called ponds (less then 1 acre) but it is still a body of water. Russia also has many in its north country. The USA also has a lot of lakes...

Geography: Ocean, artic ocean, smallest and shallowest ocean
artic ocean, smallest and shallowest ocean, knowledge banks: Aniza: You will find your answer on page 520 of The World Almanac --- 2003 Edition. The problem is one of DEFINITION!! IF, you are limiting your intent TO just those bodies of water named as OCEANS, then the answer is within the field...

Geography: Ocean depth, meteor impact, earths rotation
meteor impact, earths rotation, pool system: Hi Tony [I found this un-answered question in a pool and want to answer it now. The new pool system at www.allexperts.com will insure that EVERY question is answered quicker and better in the future.] Minus 23000 meters ...this cannot ever occur though!...

Geography: Ocean, google search, artic ocean
google search, artic ocean, smallest and shallowest ocean: This looks awfully like a homework question, which I don t normally do, but I m minded to respond to your question. Have you looked at a map yet? A quick glance at a globe will instantly show you which of those three is the smallest. A simple Google...

Geography: Oceans and Bays, river deltas, north atlantic ocean
river deltas, north atlantic ocean, international scientists: Hi Bunnie [I found this question in a “pool” of old unanswered questions! We have created these pools so that all questions can now be answered by the next available expert and far quicker than before.] Chesapeake Bay like all other bays ends at a strait...

Geography: ocean water, electro magnetic radiation, turquoise caribbean sea
electro magnetic radiation, turquoise caribbean sea, why is the red sea red: Hi Ariel The calm blue Gulf Stream. The exotic turquoise Caribbean Sea. The Pacific Ocean reflecting a brilliant coral sunset. Although seawater is usually thought to be deep blue, the world s waterways actually form a rainbow of colours. The...

Geography: oceanography, square nautical miles, naval ordnance
square nautical miles, naval ordnance, linear measurements: Teaha: Your question has at least three variables involved. #1:, you have the three mile limit from shore. #2: the 12 mile territorial waters limit. #3: the 200 mile economic waters limit. Therefore, you must define the base for your question....

Geography: oceans,lakes,rivers and seas, natural reservoirs, lakes and rivers
natural reservoirs, lakes and rivers, changes in the land: Hi Drishti, On the contrary, Oceans support all the life on the Earth even on land. The water can be purified for drinking, and most of the fish eaten in the world comes from the Oceans and they transport most of the world s good from on continent to another....

Geography: oceans and lakes, public school library, world almanac
public school library, world almanac, minute exercise: Joy: Your question leaves much to be desired as to a focused target. Essentially, there are some GREAT PHYSICAL differences, and COMPONENTS involved. #1: OCEANS ARE BIG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This limits the QUANTITY of oceans on the...

Geography: oceans, great boat race, roaring forties
great boat race, roaring forties, solo sailing: Steve: http://40.1911encyclopedia.org/R/RO/ROARING_FORTIES.htm, is the site for you on this matter. I would strongly suggest that you access www.msn.com, and place The Roaring Forties into the search box. My reasoning is that there was...

Geography: open space, yosemite national park, arizona desert
yosemite national park, arizona desert, farthest point: Hi Michael, Within the continental US the farthest point from a paved road is 21 miles. As to the place in question I haven t the foggiest idea, though I would say that should be somewhere in the Arizona desert or in Yosemite National Park. I m sorry...

Geography: Who owns antarctica?, cia publications, gov cia publications factbook
cia publications, gov cia publications factbook, cia world: The short answer is nobody does. For excellent information on the status of Antarctica, I suggest you go to the CIA World Factbook, available online at http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html The Antarctic page is located at http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/ay.htm...

Geography: ozone, ozone mapping spectrometer, skin cancer cases
ozone mapping spectrometer, skin cancer cases, ozone maps: Furqan: I have entered Ozone Layer into the search box at www.msn.com. A copy of the first page of options appears below. This has been done for the reason that all the listed sites contain SOME useful bit of info that helps explain the...

Geography: Paddy-field Plowing, water buffalo, paddy fields
water buffalo, paddy fields, domesticated animals: Hi Jacqueline [I found this question in a common pool and so am answering it only now] Classically, ploughing is done with domesticated animals like ox or water-buffalo (e.g.. caribou) or even by hand! Either way, the presence of water on the paddy...

Geography: Where is Painee, Austria?, kaiser wilhelm ii, ellis island foundation
kaiser wilhelm ii, ellis island foundation, holacaust museum: Hi Mark, This will be very difficult. At the time, Austria was actually the austral-hungarian empire and covered a big chunk of Eastern Europe. It could be in today s Hungary, Check Republic, Slovac Republic, one of the new Balkin states or even parts...

Geography: Pakistani agriculture, indus river valley, indus river
indus river valley, indus river, river estuary: The Indus river valley is the main area of agriculture for Pakistan. This rich river valley has been under agriculture for millenia and some of the most ancient cities lie on its banks. Fruit growing takes place in areas around Multan and Mardan in the north....

Geography: Palestine, yassar arafat, cannanites
yassar arafat, cannanites, egyptian land: Al: Arafat lives, if you can call it that, in a bombed out shell of a building in Ramallah. This city is the home of Samuel, the Prophet. He is the emmissary that anoited David as successor to Saul, as king. Saul had gotten on God s shit list,...

Geography: Palestine, balfour declaration of 1917, yassar arafat
balfour declaration of 1917, yassar arafat, israel and judah: To the best of my knowledge Palestine does not exist as a political country. At least, it does not appear in the list of the 260 independent countries at present existing in the world nor in the UN. Settled since early prehistoric times by various, mainly...

Geography: Panchakki, clay pipes, water wheel
clay pipes, water wheel, serenty: Hi Suyash, The Panchakki is a water wheel or Mill. And that is what it means too. It was built around 1625 to grind flower from grain. The water wheel operates from an under ground water source which flows through an aquaduct some 8 to 11 km long through...

Geography: Parks, banff national park, rocky mountains
banff national park, rocky mountains, national parks: I have been in both, and I would simply say that the ain feature of both national parks are the landscape, which is absolutely marvelous. St. Lawrence s Island National Park, in Ontario, and Banff, in the Rocky Mountains, near Calgary, are just wonderful....

Geography: Parks, national parks of canada, banff national park
national parks of canada, banff national park, parkscanada: Farhan: http://www.parkscanada.patrimoinecanadien.gc.ca/ is the main site for the National Parks Of Canada. This site is most informative, and has some spectacular photos for viweing. The most important aspects as to WHY each was designated...

Geography: Parks, parc canada, banff national park
parc canada, banff national park, horse back: I don t know St. Island National Park so I don t know its features. You can get this information from Parc Canada on the web. As for Banff, I have been t here and it is spectacular. It has skiing in the winter and water sports during the summer, hiking,...

Geography: PETRA- JORDAN, petra jordan, silk road
petra jordan, silk road, ancient china: Hi Maha, So, you will be visiting Petra! You are in for a very interesting adventure. Petra is an ancient city carved into the rock of the canyons and include homes and the famous bank . Besides these buildings there are also many that were built using...

Geography: Penny, silver city nm, negative score
silver city nm, negative score, monts: Hi Mary, I m not real sure IF I SHOULD HELP YOU Given your very negative score. The answer is there with a bit of looking. But let me see if I Can find it. I appologise, It appears that the older answers do drop off over time. I ll need to research...

Geography: Percipitation, biblical patriarchs, global rainfall
biblical patriarchs, global rainfall, influence taste: Adrian: An ILLUSTRATION can be provided in two manners, but the end view is the same. #1: Wandering Pastoralists: The Biblical Patriarchs of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob required good pasturage for their flocks. Thus, as each area became less hospitable...

Geography: Petra, rift valley, excavations
rift valley, excavations, anthropology: Hi Kadeja. Petra is an ancient city located in the rift valley in Jordan. I have included a very good web site which has a lot of good information including the answer to your question. http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Anthropology/Petra/excavations/history.htm...

Geography: Petroleum, pool system, new pool
pool system, new pool, porous rock: Hi Timmy [I found this un-answered question in a pool we would like to clear. The new pool system at www.allexperts.com will insure now that EVERY question is answered quicker and better in the future. Please do not penalize me for answering now, I am...

Geography: Physical dimensions of oceans and seas, e mail address, jorge navarrete
e mail address, jorge navarrete, information please almanac: Sir: ONE on-line source would be www.infoplease.com. This is the Internet form of the Information Please Almanac. This would be more time consuming due to changing search subjects. Also, I have learned that it IS an ART form as to HOW to ask a...

Geography: Physical features, lake baikal, caspian sea
lake baikal, caspian sea, world almanac: Willie: If you are asking of what rank are these geo features, then they would qualify for The Most, in their category. W. Siberian Plain is The Most in its place as a geo feature of a land form in the old Soviet Union. You can find out...

Geography: Physical Geography, what are greenhouse gases, earths atmosphere
what are greenhouse gases, earths atmosphere, physical geography: Mari: Q-1: Atmosphere: Using www.msn.com, and placing you question into the box, I get Results 1-15 of about 39150 containing Composition of Earth s atmosphere NEXT . #s 1 through 5, 9,12, and 13 are of interest in getting a better underdstanding...

Geography: Physical Geography, physical geography, warming trends
physical geography, warming trends, worldwide basis: The Pleistocene was a long period of time during which there were several warming trends called interstadials. We are in and extended interstadial right now. Depending on how much fresh water reduces the salinity of the Gulf Stream as ice cap ice melts we...

Geography: Physical Geography, bermuda triangle mystery, vincent h gaddis
bermuda triangle mystery, vincent h gaddis, strange accidents: My dear friend, The Bermuda Triangle is a stretch of the Atlantic Ocean bordered by a line from Florida to the islands of Bermuda, to Puerto Rico and then back to Florida. It is one of the biggest mysteries of our time - that isn t really a mystery. ...

Geography: Physical Geography, christmas bird count, lake gatun
christmas bird count, lake gatun, isthmus of panama: The Pacific is somewhat higher than the Atlantic at the Panama Canal. I can t remember the exact difference but I would say is no more than half a meter. There was some concern expressed during debates about digging a sealevel Panama Canal because there would...

Geography: Pinatubo, mount pinatubo, fear and panic
mount pinatubo, fear and panic, sudden fear: Hi Anthony I found this question in a pool, don t know why others have not answered it! Pinatubo is a volcano on the very populous island of Luzon in the Philippines. It is a very old volcano and the eruption on June 15 1991 was relatively small in it’s...

Geography: POLLUTION, polutants, yamuna river
polutants, yamuna river, consequences of pollution: Hi Sethi, I know very little about the land fills of Delhi but I can imagine that they are very large. I would hope that they are using western methodologies to prevent contamination of the ground waters and that they cover the trash with earth to prevent...

Geography: Polar Time, gmt greenwich mean time, greenwich mean time
gmt greenwich mean time, greenwich mean time, north pole: Hi Rosie The North Pole is not an area but a small point where all time zones meet. No people live near the North Pole so there is no need for a special time zone for the area around it. If a pole marks it, one could walk around the North Pole and experience...

Geography: Political Geography, political geography, mr bush
political geography, mr bush, national election: Hi Zeynep, This is a question affecting USA domestic policy. I have no idea how such district 2 has been gerrymandered, but I m not surprised in view of what happened in year 2000 in Fla., which may again happen this next election. I have the idea Mr....

Geography: Political geography, stevan pearce, almanac of american politics
stevan pearce, almanac of american politics, ny public library: Zeynep: I can NOT help you as I am a New Yorker, and have no info on New Mexico and its politics. However, I am listing some websites for your review: http://pearce.house.gov/. This is the site for Stevan Pearce, the current holder of the...

Geography: Politics, muslim fundamentalist, charismatic leadership
muslim fundamentalist, charismatic leadership, traditionalist: Fundamentalism is not new. All over the world amongst all folk there will always be the rebellious and extremists. Poverty, unemployment, charismatic leadership, boredom, masochism, brain washing, often a mixture of these, are some of the causes. Inspiration...

Geography: Politics, fresh water lake, middle east conflict
fresh water lake, middle east conflict, lake kinneret: A) The Sea of Galilee borders the Golan Heights: Also called Lake Kinneret (Hebrew), Ginnosar, Lake of Gennesar, Sea of Chinneroth, Sea of Tiberias (Roman) or Waters of Gennesaret. B) This is the largest fresh water lake in the area fed mainly from springs...

Geography: Pollution Project, ill effects of different pollutants, industrial pollution and environmental degradation
ill effects of different pollutants, industrial pollution and environmental degradation, pollution study: Hello Raj I cannot do your project for you but here are some useful links: http://mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/pollution http://www.chem.unep.ch/pops/ http://www.waterqualities.50megs.com/custom4.html Many more links are also listed at: http://tiki.oneworld.net/penguin/pollution/pollution_links.html...

Geography: Population, quebec city quebec, dominion status
quebec city quebec, dominion status, naval superiority: Farhan: The maps in question are/SHOULD be considered in a HISTORICAL context. That is that there ARE DIFFERENCES, AS THERE SHOULD BE!!! In 1851 The British government began its decade census, similar to that of the USA, which started in 1790....

Geography: Population distribution by time zone?, us naval observatory, usno navy
us naval observatory, usno navy, time zone map: Yes, but Zone B goes through relatively unpopulated Eastern Europe. I d be more likely to go with A, which covers all of Western Europe and central Africa. There s also a case to be made for R (US East Coast) Gobs of people in the US, plus plenty more...

Geography: Population pattern, meta search engine, copernic search
meta search engine, copernic search, copernic agent: Farhan: Statistics is a science of OBJECTIVE recording of NUMBERS pertaining to a given time period. The CRITERIA IS SUBJECTIVE. So TOO, is the MANNER as to HOW the question is asked. The NUMBERS MAY be rock solid, BUT, it is the INTERPRETATION...

Geography: Population questions, population pyramid, reply asap
population pyramid, reply asap, demographic transition: Q1) The positive advantage of having large percentages of youthful people in the population of a given nation is that it may be able to develop and carry out all its projects of future because it will have anough young people to rely upon. One of the problems...

Geography: Population, decreasing birth rate, third world countries
decreasing birth rate, third world countries, political revolutions: Cammy: http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2003/pop856.doc.htm is a site found on www.msn.com using Relationship between increased education and decreased population in the search box. In essence, it has been found that with increased education,...

Geography: Populations, population of toronto, metropolitan statistical area
population of toronto, metropolitan statistical area, regional municipalities: Renee: When asking this type of question in the future, please SPECIFY which population qutoe you wish answered. The reason is that more and more, city-based locales are being cited as entire METRO area totals. No longer is the population of the...

Geography: PROJECT, intensive agriculture in egypt, google search
intensive agriculture in egypt, google search, acdivoca: Seema, Below, you will find information provided to another person seeking the same information. This information was provided by one of my fellow experts. But it is very comprehensive. You can also go to www.google.com and put into the search location...

Geography: Project work, environment impact assessment, bachao andolan
environment impact assessment, bachao andolan, soil fertility: Hi Raj, I can provide some generalities but it will also require additional research on your part. Google and Wilipedia are very good resources for your needs, but you must put in the information request in the right way. 1) The role of a multipurpose...

Geography: Pyramid, kings of ancient egypt, burial crypt
kings of ancient egypt, burial crypt, pyramids of egypt: No. It is a burial crypt. Pure and simple. They built a massive structure as a demonstration that they could. There were of course mystical aspects to the construction of the monument such as key holes which looked to specific stars in the night. It...

Geography: parliament buildings, geography c, parliament buildings
geography c, parliament buildings, c check: Anthony, a) I m used to being asked questions with a please . b) Don t understand your question which I doubt has anything to do with Geography. c) check this site: http://66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:aZySdh0E_D4J:www.cfee.org/economicscanada/lifeskills.html+*federal+government+to+decide+regarding+parts+canada%27s+Economic+system.*&hl=es...

Geography: parthenon, animals and plants, parthenon
animals and plants, parthenon, google: I am not sure what you are asking here. The parthenon is not a zoo or aboretum. I would imagine there is grass and other plants growing there as they would in any ruin. As for animals, perhaps squirels? Have you gone to www.google.com and put in parthenon...

Geography: parthenon, mantenance, parthenon
mantenance, parthenon, pericles: Eliza: I would need a better definition of your question. I feel that there is only ONE government that is responsible. Do you mean which government of the time BUILT the structure, or which ones manitain it, now? To answer your question historically,...

Geography: parthenon, exact longitude, longitude and latitude
exact longitude, longitude and latitude, parthenon: Hi Eliza, The data I m giving you 37° 58 N 23° 43 E corresponds to Athens. The difference with the exact longitude and latitude of the Parthenon may just be 1 second up or down, for as you know, this fantastic building is located north of Athens....

Geography: parthenon, greek civilization, classic period
greek civilization, classic period, greek government: As you probably know the Parthenon is a monument of the classic period of the Greek civilization. In its present state, the Greek Government s responsibilities are limited to try to reconstruct it, as best as they can, which they are indeed doing, little...

Geography: pavilion, school assignment, national symbol
school assignment, national symbol, reindeer: Why don t you choose a country like Finland and for a pavilion you pick up a Reindeer (after all is like their national symbol) standing on the middle of a snowy prairie with a big forest in the background? Would be a nice flag, would not it? Regards Claud...

Geography: All the people who ever lived and died, geography book, quiry
geography book, quiry, catlett: Mary: I have not been able to find a source concerning your quiry. However, I have been able to find this: www.msn.com, of all the people that ever lived ; #39 out of over 715 THOUSAND references. The part of ....putting them in...

Geography: petra, sand stone, google
sand stone, google, cross roads: Hi Sparky, Petra is an ancient city carved out of the sand stone of the area. The city was a cross roads for caravans of goods crossing from Europe and Africa to Asia and back again. As a result, the city was a very important market city and was quite...

Geography: physical geagraphy, mega search engine, geagraphy
mega search engine, geagraphy, tropical rainforest: Thelma: I analized your base question, and formulated a presentation of my own. This resulted in 109 entries that would be of great value to you in your research. If you don t have this mega-search engine, then download it from www.copernic.com....

Geography: physical geography, maritime climates, continental climates
maritime climates, continental climates, wind belts: Hi Nikole, 1 - There are many influences on the climate of a particular place, the most important of which is latitude. Places nearer the equator receive more sunlight and are much warmer than places nearer poles. This temperature difference between low...

Geography: physical geography, peeling an orange, physical geography
peeling an orange, physical geography, map projection: Just because the map is flat and the world is round. It is impossible to accurately represent the spherical surface of the earth on a flat piece of paper. While a globe can represent the planet accurately, a globe large enough to display most features of...

Geography: please help, free on line translator, google
free on line translator, google, multi faceted: Bc.: Never worry about your English. You must always practice as opportunity allows. How else do you sharpen your command of the language? I know I would not be able to speak another language without constant NEED/opportunity to use it. ...

Geography: please help, hartshorne oklahoma, local public library
hartshorne oklahoma, local public library, eastern oklahoma: I am in the process of doing some of my own research however, this you can do too. It is located in South Eastern Oklahoma and was named for its founding father Dr. Hartshorne. I have contacted the local library for more information but have not yet recieved...

Geography: Could you please tell me what..., dams in india, fulltext search
dams in india, fulltext search, narmada river: Pragyan: Very interesting question. One that would require more of Geology answer than I would be able to provide. However, I CAN provide this info for you benefit. Accessing www.altavista.com, I entered Dam Construction In India, into...

Geography: one more please!, tawny omnivore au naturel, omnivore au naturel
tawny omnivore au naturel, omnivore au naturel, santa fe new mexico: Hi Cheryl, There is a microbrewery which has several locations in both the US and Mexico. The name is the Beer Factory Restaurant and Wood Grill There is one in Santa Fe New Mexico and one in Mexico City. They have a fairly rated brew they call Coyote....

Geography: polar regions, polar ice caps, polar ice sheets
polar ice caps, polar ice sheets, polar ice cap: George: Using www.msn.com, and putting Define Polar Ice Caps, and Polar Ice SHEETS into the search box there are over 780 responses to this quiry. I would recommend that you access #s 5,3,4,1 in that order. #14 is also great for a listing...

Geography: pollution and pollutants, pollution study, different types of pollutants
pollution study, different types of pollutants, fish kills: Hi Rishabh, Research is part of the educational process. And search engines are part of the research process these days. You need to learn how to use them and dig for the information. There is a lot of information out there. Please remember, I can not...

Geography: ponds vs lakes, lake salubria, aboriginal inhabitants
lake salubria, aboriginal inhabitants, peception: John: There is no static definition of a lake. http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/water/fhp/lakes/fs1.htm is a site that ATTEMPTS to answer the question. The POTENTIAL answer is in the section Potential Solution, paragraph #2. I have not seen...

Geography: What is the population density..., population density, mayor of london
population density, mayor of london, unfortunatly: I assume that this is a district of London. Unfortunatly, I do not have a section by section or block by block density for the City. You can go on line and seek the information from the office of the Mayor of London. They may even have this by street...

Geography: population, exact population, geography book
exact population, geography book, population count: Peter, 1. Rome - 133 B.C. 2. Beijing - 1800 3. London - 1825 This is NOT a cut and dried question to answer. To tell you the truth, I would NOT really trust any of these answers as being absolutely correct. I have found different references to...

Geography: possible TX question?, meat packers, stock yards
meat packers, stock yards, heads and hindquarters: Hi Cheryl. Jump in Jehosephet!! This one is mighty obscure. It could be Chicago the butcher to the world and the invetor of the pigsicle . On its broad sholders companies like Sears and Monkey Wards were home there but the stock yards have moved on...

Geography: primary information on sea floor mapping, e mail address, mail connection
e mail address, mail connection, peter grimm: Masud: I have sent an inquiry to the NOAA agency that is in charge of such matters. From past experience, a minimum of 7 to 10 BUSINESS days for a reply. I will inform you at to the status of this process. Thomas J. Baglin Ragingmt@rochester.rr.com...

Geography: programming language, erp software packages, different programming languages
erp software packages, different programming languages, quallity: Hi George. Typically the software is used for its functionality. So if you need spread sheet software, you use excel or lotus spread sheet. Or if you have presentations to make, power point. For and enterprize which has many facets, you would need...

Geography: project, riverine environments, industrial consumption
riverine environments, industrial consumption, bachao andolan: Hi Tirthesh The general role of a multipurpose river valley project is to curtail or eliminate flooding by the river and in doing so provide some additional benefits: Provide water for irrigation provide water for human and industrial consumption provide...

Geography: project, city mumbai, 19th and 20th centuries
city mumbai, 19th and 20th centuries, indian tourists: There are Many search engines but here are a few to look at: www.google.com www.dogpile.com www.altavista.com www.searchengines.com Then you need to learn how to ask the right kind of questions. Here are some examples: In the search box put the...

Geography: project, population patterns, google
population patterns, google, ufu: Hi nikita, I assume that we are looking at Mumbai. www.ig.ufu.br/revista/volume11/artigo11_vol11.pdf www.gadr.giees.uncc.edu/.../7.%20BLUEPRINT%20B. 7%20RAVI%20SINHA%20AND%20KAPIL%20GUPTA.pdf popindex.princeton.edu/browse/v63/n3/d.html - 31k ...

Geography: how should i make my project?, alternate water, water supply
alternate water, water supply, frm: Hi Himmatbir, What kind of project is it? A paper, a board project, an illustration like a poster? There is a lot of information on MRVPs on the internet by looking up the Andolan sites for the various projects all over India. As for alternate water...

Geography: project help, water reservoirs, andolan
water reservoirs, andolan, sabrang: www.narmada.org www.irn.org/revival/decom/orgs/NBA.html www.sabrang.com/news/2005/narmadaverdict.pdf sify.com/itihaas/fullstory.php?id=13383402 www.altlawforum.org/CurrentActivities1 Here are 5 sites with information I found on www.google.com buy simply...

Geography: project, case study on narmada bachao andolan, wto and globalization
case study on narmada bachao andolan, wto and globalization, railway post: www.indiasite.com/delhi/history/ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delhi www.indiaatitsbest.com/delhi/history-of-delhi.html All of these I found by putting in history of Delhi India into the www.google.com There are many more. Please do your research and go...

Geography: pronunciation of kaiyuh, mountains in alaska, information purpose
mountains in alaska, information purpose, yukon territory: Hi Sherry, Are you sure about the spelling? Also, this really a language not scientific question but I pronounce the word with a sharp K then an eye and oe like in canoe. K-eye-oe . I read that there are 18 different local languages spoken in...

Geography: psychology, personality assessments, personality type
personality assessments, personality type, test works: Hi Cheryl, Two of the most common are MAPP and 360. Both are very similar and use the concept of personality mapping. Both ask a series of questions for which there is no wrong answer but simply your answer. These are then scored and this then defines...

Geography: puerto rico, tiny islands, computer time
tiny islands, computer time, virgin islands: Alex: I have a guess or two, but I would need names. Reason? One set of islands DIRECTLY EAST of Puerto Rico does belong to that island dominion Commonwealth. However, that set of islands furrther east, and south belong to another...

Geography: where is 'purtrico'?is it..., greater antilles, porto rico
greater antilles, porto rico, caribbean sea: N: Do you mean PUERTO(PORTO) RICO? If so, this is an island in the Caribbean Sea. It is part of the chain of islands called The Antilles. The chain name is further divided into the greater and lesser, based soley on SIZE of the island. The...

Geography: Quantanamo Bay, Cuba, quantanamo bay cuba, guantanamo bay cuba
quantanamo bay cuba, guantanamo bay cuba, country cuba: De, Rather than print everything out I m going to give you a website to go to that will tell you all about Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. You ll learn the whole story as to why the United States not only has a prison there, but a whole United States Naval Base....

Geography: Quiz, epicenter of an earthquake, tectonics plates
epicenter of an earthquake, tectonics plates, north american continent: Hi Casey, ... that s a lot of questions at once and some really tricky and difficult ones too! 1A 2A 3C 4D 5A 6D 7A 8A 10A 12B 15B 19C 20A Please let me know (upload as a new question please) if you need any of the above explained and confirmed with references....

Geography: i have a question, riparian corridor, kitsapgov
riparian corridor, kitsapgov, biology class: Hi Stan, I m sorry but I have received your question only today. I know nothing about the question you are plaing. All the same, I ve found a few sites, which might have some information on the subject you are interested in. These are the following:...

Geography: A question., riverine ecosystems, fisheries resources
riverine ecosystems, fisheries resources, human consumption: I am sorry Tarun if it took longer then expected but I do many things and I am not always at the computer helping students on line. I am often in meetings or in the class room teaching or away from the computer doing research. And some times away in the...

Geography: question for seventh grade, line of longitude, western hemisphere
line of longitude, western hemisphere, spice trade: Lauren: First, you need to find out which camp your teacher resides in. Literalist, or Traditionalist. This is important so as you provide a response that will gain you a good mark --- a protection. The main problem is in the APPLICATION...

Geography: a question, heat exchange system, coal fired power plant
heat exchange system, coal fired power plant, steam cycle: In a coal fired power plant or oil or even nuk you do not heat the water used in generation directly. You use a heat exchange system so that the water turns into steam evenly and under pressure. This way it is hotter and has much more power per calorie of...

Geography: Rainfall Pattern, forest ecology working group, society of american foresters
forest ecology working group, society of american foresters, mega search engine: Sy: I believe the final factor is forests. Http://biodivesiteconomics.org, has some interesting info, but I am not able to bring it up. May no longer be in business. I found this on the Copernic Basic mega search engine. www.msn.com offers:...

Geography: Rainfall Pattern, http www google, doc mmu
http www google, doc mmu, www google es: Visit these Urls: http://www.google.es/search?q=cache:nKye0vz-c64J:www.doc.mmu.ac.uk/aric/eae/Climate/Younger/Rainfall_Patterns.html+world+rainfall+patterns*&hl=ca&ie=UTF-8 http://www.google.es/search?q=cache:CCFAbublyk4J:www.csiro.au/page.asp%3Ftype%3DmediaRelease%26id%3DPraerosol+world+rainfall+patterns*&hl=ca&ie=UTF-8...

Geography: Rainforest Deforestation, fast growing trees, rainforest deforestation
fast growing trees, rainforest deforestation, safe plastics: Hi Victor The best solution to protect our rainforests from deforestation is to leave them alone! This means declaring them national parks and patrolling the areas in and around to avoid robbing of the timber. Some conservation programs buy privately...

Geography: Rainforest, animal species, ry
animal species, ry, forests: Kyle, A Rainforest is a forest that receives more than 2.5 meters (8 feet) of rain each year. These forests cover only about 7% of the Earth s surface but hold more than half of all plant and animal species on Earth. Kyle, if and when you receive...

Geography: Regional Geography, world regional geography, holistic discipline
world regional geography, holistic discipline, culture region: Cristin: I believe this site will give you the proper answer for this inquiry. It is found on: http://www.geog.okstate.edu/users/comer/geog2253/wrg2253.htm. I used your question in the search box on www.msn.com and feel this site is what you would...

Geography: Related Sciences, geography degree, thestudentroom
geography degree, thestudentroom, employment options: Nikki: Using your question with a modification of the PREPOSITION from in, to to.. , I have found a great selection of answerS via www.msn.com. This is the adaptation I used, and the result was 76 options, which is of great help in locating...

Geography: Related to UK and USA's geography, earth axis, animal farming
earth axis, animal farming, orbit around the sun: There are several reasons for the different climatologic between the UK and Siberia. In my opinion, the main one is the tilt of the Earth axis. As you probably know, the seasons are caused by this tilt of Earth s axis (23.4°) and not by the fact that Earth...

Geography: Location or Place?, venice beach florida, human environment interaction
venice beach florida, human environment interaction, venice ave: A place is defined by describing it and a location is defined by where it is. Examples; - the highest peak on earth is a geographical place - Mount Everest is a geographical location So, a wake zone (or no-wake zone) is a place defined...

Geography: Research and Evaluation, operational definition, traditional photography
operational definition, traditional photography, research principles: kamleshkaul Take the example of the American Company Enron. This company had a problem. It was promising a product that it could not deliver but decided to continue on by deception and falsehoods. In the end, the company failed and many people lost a...

Geography: Research, hannah ms, winter encampment
hannah ms, winter encampment, colonial living: Ms. Hannah: Thanks for your inquiry concerning your endeavor. However, this seems to be e VERY subjective undertaking, but n–t-l, I will lay out a scheme. I frequently use this procedure in my researching. The first point is to establish...

Geography: Rice Cultivation, water buffalo, paddy fields
water buffalo, paddy fields, rice cultivation: Hi Jacqueline I found this question in a common pool and so am answering it only now, it seems to listed twice, here was my previous answer: Classically, ploughing is done with domesticated animals like ox or water-buffalo (e.g.. caribou) or even by...

Geography: Riddle, pool system, new pool
pool system, new pool, lunarscape: Hi Daniel [I found this un-answered question in a pool we would like to clear. The new pool system at www.allexperts.com will insure now that EVERY question is answered quicker and better in the future.] Answer: Perhaps San Francisco Marlboro Contest...

Geography: Riddle, yellowstone national park, pool system
yellowstone national park, pool system, new pool: Hi Daniel [I found this un-answered question in a pool we would like to clear. The new pool system at www.allexperts.com will insure now that EVERY question is answered quicker and better in the future.] Answer: Old Faithful at Yellowstone National...

Geography: Riddle, phoenix international speedway, jewel in the desert
phoenix international speedway, jewel in the desert, west contest: Hi Daniel [I found this old un-answered question in a pool we would like to clear. The new pool system at www.allexperts.com will insure now that EVERY question is answered quicker and better in the future.] Answer: The Magic Mile , Phoenix International...

Geography: River flow directions in N $S Henmispheres, northern hemisphere, river nile
northern hemisphere, river nile, flow south: Its totally wrong concept. Rivers can flow northward, southward, eastward or westward in any hemisphere. For example river nile flows northward in northern hemisphere i.e., from lake victoria to mediterranean sea and st. Lawrance in canada flows eastward...

Geography: River Name, guided missile cruiser, civil war battle
guided missile cruiser, civil war battle, washington county historical society: Vic: I have spent these two days in a search of muddled conclusions. As to the meaning of the name? From the explanation of the crest of the currmet Guided Missile Cruiser Antietam, the snake in the crest refers to the type of copperhead...

Geography: River Valley Projects, fauna and flora, geography subject
fauna and flora, geography subject, multipurpose projects: Hi Shaby This seems to be a school project! Below is the answer I gave yesterday and in January to the same question. Use various internet search for your keywords and you will fingd a lot of information. Also try dam construction and hydro electrical...

Geography: River Valley Projects, siddhi, saller
siddhi, saller, akash: Hello Rakesh Our expert Ralph Saller has answered a lot to this subject already. Please see his entries at: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Geography-1729/indexExp_54549.htm Komal 7/25/07 Akash 7/24/07 Milthash 7/16/07 Siddhi 7/14/07 Akhila 7/1/07 Regards...

Geography: River Valley Projects, sediment flow, fauna and flora
sediment flow, fauna and flora, large dams: Hi Piyush I assume you mean problems concerning hydro electrical projects with multi-purpose use. I answered this 11th February 2007 like this: Questioner: raj Category: Geography Subject: Hydroelectrical Projects Question: i am in std 9 &have...

Geography: River valley Projects, rain cistern, saline lake
rain cistern, saline lake, eco systems: Hi Balu, Alternative water resources: Wells, Reservoirs De-salination of sea water or saline lake waters Condenstation collectors Lakes and rivers Rain/Cistern collection systems All of these have positives and negatives in terms of cost, size,...

Geography: River valley projects, narmada river valley project, narmada andolan
narmada river valley project, narmada andolan, narmada river: Milthash, The best resource for this case study is to be found on the internet. Go to www.google.com and enter the Narmada Andolan or the Tehri Dam Andolan. These Andolan s were set up to help the people and review the evironmental impact of these dams....

Geography: Rivers in U.S., longest river in the united states, random house dictionary
longest river in the united states, random house dictionary, dictionary of the english language: This is one of those it depends on how you measure questions. Most references I use refer to a Mississippi/Missouri system, rather than a single river, but keep in mind that the Mississippi runs all the way from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico, while...

Geography: Rock Types, alpine areas, visual proof
alpine areas, visual proof, mountain expedition: Ed: Sincerest apologies for not responding sooner. The weather has improved markedly, and is not as beastly hot and humid as it has been for the last 10 days. Hence, outside work must be attended to under prime working environment; nez pas?? ...

Geography: Russia, latin tradition, southern siberia
latin tradition, southern siberia, latitude line: Nicole, Recalling something I said before, tradition has split the region into two continents along the Ural Mountains, and the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea. Tradition is the word here. Main Entry: tra·di·tion Pronunciation: tr&- di-sh&n Function:...

Geography: Russia, matthew t rosenberg, orchard grove
matthew t rosenberg, orchard grove, geography lesson: Nicole, Russia is NOT in Asia. It is part of Europe. Europe and Asia are actually part of one large landmass. Tradition has split the region into two continents along the Ural Mountains in western Russia, and the Caspian and Black Seas. Source:...

Geography: A really dumb quetsion., circumference of the earth, greek astronomer
circumference of the earth, greek astronomer, great explorers: Eddie: Neither. Fron the site: http://www.answersingenesis.org/Docs/399.asp 6. Did Bible Writers believe the earth was flat? No—this false idea is not taught in Scripture! In the Old Testament, Job 26:7 explains that the earth is...

Geography: recurrence intervals for peak discharge, reliability engineering handbook, asp conference proceedings
reliability engineering handbook, asp conference proceedings, malignant pleural mesothelioma: Dina: I, have a problem with your question as stated. IT is NOT specific as to its APPLICATION; and there IS more than one. For each type, I will show a site that is involved with the usage of the word Recurrence, as it applies to the overall subject....

Geography: What religion do most people..., google, wise investment
google, wise investment, mohammedism: Kahala: Suggest you place this item into the search box via www.google.com. Religions of Indonesia. The first page is especially informative due to the many non-normal considerations made by most people regards this country and its RELIGIONS!!...

Geography: research, food spoilage, gain direction
food spoilage, gain direction, variable weight: Current flow through a metal plating solution and the amount of metal plated to a metal substrate, The higher the current flow, the more metal is plated to the substrate. The rate of food spoilage at room temperature vs refrigerated. Unrefrigerated foods...

Geography: research, null and alternate hypothesis, hypothesis test
null and alternate hypothesis, hypothesis test, college freshmen: Hi Shykhan, I am not a statistician but as I recal, the critical value shows that there is a significant difference between the two populations. This can be a very small number. I m not sure of the answer to Number 2 #3 looks like a statistical...

Geography: revolution, leon trotsky, russianrevolution
leon trotsky, russianrevolution, marxist doctrine: Marcela: history1900s.about.com/cs/russianrevolution is a site found through www.msn.com by inserting Russian Revolution into the box. To answer your question directly, there seems to be some indefinite consensus as to who really ran the...

Geography: rio grande, technology integration specialist, free translation
technology integration specialist, free translation, freetranslation: Susan: Literally, the nameplate means Large River. Spanish is an amalgamation of Latin and Arabic, but many names used in Spanish are transliteral direct from the Latin. However, Spanish is usually very desciptive-specific. In this...

Geography: river valley cultures, mississippian, cultures
mississippian, cultures, dee: Look at these sites_ www.wsu.edu:8001/~dee/ANCCHINA/YELLOW.HTM www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/prehistory/ latinamerica/south/cultures/moche.html www.beloit.edu/~museum/logan/ mississippian/hopewell/fortancient.htm www.harappa.com/indus/indus5.html ...

Geography: river valley projects, industrial pollution, water temperatures
industrial pollution, water temperatures, pallavi: Hi Pallavi, There are many impacts from MPRVPs 1) impacts on populations who are displaced 2) loss of agricultural lands 3) damage to eco systems including riverine and fisheries 4) may lead to salination of the soils and loss of ariable lands 5)...

Geography: rivers around the world, zhayyq, new year 2005
zhayyq, new year 2005, ural river: Hi Moriah, Happy New Year 2005! The Ural River (Russian: §µ§â§Ñ§Ý, Ur¨¢l [formerly: §Á§Ú§Ü, Yaik], Kazakh: §¨§Ñ§Û§íқ, Zhayyq) flows through Russia and Kazakhstan. It begins in the Ural Mountains and ends at the Caspian Sea. Its total length is 1,509...

Geography: industrial pollution and environmental degradation, ill effects of different pollutants, industrial pollution and environmental degradation
ill effects of different pollutants, industrial pollution and environmental degradation, industrial consumption: Hi Hanan, I am sorry but I am not familiar with these issues and how they are impacting different parts of India. There are many chemical factories and polution is a very serious problem with both chemical waste (industrial polutants) but also human...

Geography: role of multipurpose river valley projects, narmada bachao andolan, tehri dam andolan
narmada bachao andolan, tehri dam andolan, environment impact assessment: Hi Rine, These types of multipurpose projects are designed for the most part to reduce the threat and damages caused by seasonal flooding. But they also have a broad range of both positive and negative impacts. Positive: 1) Reduces or eliminates...

Geography: What is running over Lake Baikal?, nasa world wind, google maps
nasa world wind, google maps, siberia russia: Bbao: I have not come up with a definitive answer, and I DO think such a goal will never be forth coming from any source. At present, I have submitted this question to a government authority for a reply. You know how government works. ...

Geography: Sail around the earth, south shetland islands, odci gov
south shetland islands, odci gov, latitude and longitude lines: Ralph: Might I offer this suggestion for a Father and Son project. Total time involved on THIS activity would be 30 minutes TOPS, AT: your large branch of your Public Library. This affords bonding time, and solves the problem in a most satisfactory...

Geography: Salinity of Oceans, ocean salinity, baltic seas
ocean salinity, baltic seas, effects of global warming: Hello Andy [Thanks to M-Mulders, ppm corrected to read ppt 2/14/07] A very interesting comparison! The salt content of ocean and sea water may vary very much according to evaporation, depth, temperature, currents but mostly with the amount of fresh...

Geography: Salt Water, industrial contamination, chemical nomenclature
industrial contamination, chemical nomenclature, chemical entities: Richard: Regards chemical pollution, that IS true. There is INCREASING amounts of man-caused pollution that terminates in the seas. Remember, ALL water(meaning fresh) ends up in the oceans at some point in the cycle. But let me counsel that...

Geography: Sand dunes, crescent shape, sailing principles
crescent shape, sailing principles, barchan dunes: Hi Fred Barchan dunes are the classically crescent shaped desert or beach dunes, the points of which face in the direction of the wind. This looks like a sail but is inverted because the two ends are less fixed in place as the main body. The crescent shape...

Geography: Sate Boundaries - USA, north carolina border, geographical features
north carolina border, geographical features, virginia north: I don t know for sure, but have a couple of reasonable explanations for jagged borders: 1. Borders often follow rivers or other geographical features, such as mountain ranges or valleys. 2. When the borders were set, landowners (who were very powerful...

Geography: School project difficulty, narmada bachao andolan, tehri dam project
narmada bachao andolan, tehri dam project, google: Hi Akash, The Marmada Bachao Andolan is an organization working to minimize the impact on the local peoples of the Tehri Dam as well as other Andolan projects. When these were proposed, the impact on the people and environment were NOT taken into consdieration...

Geography: Science, model rail road, model airplane
model rail road, model airplane, relative position: Hi Bernice, A map is considered a model because it is representational. A map shows the relative position of places to each other to a specific scale. So just like a model airplane or model rail road setup, these are to scale and representational as...

Geography: Science, ural mountians, pillow lava
ural mountians, pillow lava, mid atlantic ridge: Fazlul, 1) it depends on the continent. North and South America are generally going west, Europe/Asia and Africa are generally going East. Antactica is generally moving north towards Asia. and Australia is moving south east. 2) when two continental...

Geography: Scotland and England: Countries?, giant atlas, constituent countries
giant atlas, constituent countries, united kingdom of great britain: Dear Peter, Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland are actually nations, constituting the Country of the United Kingdom of Great Britain. But this is not an isolated case. In Spain, for instance we have the Basc nation, Catalonia and Galicia which...

Geography: Seasons, earth orbits, southern hemispheres
earth orbits, southern hemispheres, s rays: They are reversed. In the northern hemisphere we are in the peak of summer, in the souther, the dead of winter. The reason is because the earth it tilted in relation to the sun by some 23 degrees, and as the earth orbits the sun, the angle of the sun s...

Geography: Section Maps, section maps, colonial authorities
section maps, colonial authorities, maps of the colonies: Dan, The first of the surveyed sections took place when the colonial authorities drew the first maps of the colonies. The land grants came soon there after and those open lands were available for the taking and claiming. Some of the first official...

Geography: Seismology, sout west, earthquakes
sout west, earthquakes, physical characteristics: Hi there, I have not looked too closely into Brazil, but to the best of my knowledge, i know that they do not receive any earthquakes. The most earthquakes occur all around the sout-west, all the way to the north-west of the continent of South American....

Geography: Seven seas, what are the seven seas, mediterannean sea
what are the seven seas, mediterannean sea, ancient greeks: That s because there aren t 7 seas. The Seven Seas thing comes from WAY back, with the ancient Greeks, and we don t know exactly which seas they were talking about. Most authorities agree on the Aegean and Ionian and being one of the seven, but as...

Geography: Silk weaving in Aurangabad, maharashtra india, special occasion clothing
maharashtra india, special occasion clothing, india today: Hi Suyash, I did some research and found that silk is woven in Aurangabad but it is not a big industry. It seems only to be done by certian families within that cast and then only for special occasion clothing such as weddings and the like. Even then...

Geography: Size of Europe sq. km.?, square kilometers, homework assignments
square kilometers, homework assignments, worldatlas: Jerry: http://www.worldatlas.com/looking.htm is a site that offers loads of answers regarding Geography. I don t do homework assignments, but offer a reference that allows one to search the info source, retain the info, and know where to go...

Geography: Sky, thin atmosphere, osas
thin atmosphere, osas, broad daylight: Hello Osas ... on Mount Everest? The clearest sky I ever saw was in Tunisia. It is so clear that one can see Venus clearly with the naked eye in broad daylight! The sky when photographed there is very dark blue. See my photos like: http://www.globosapiens.net/rangutan/picture-communications-tower-15606.html...

Geography: Social Studies, mega search engine, south east asian
mega search engine, south east asian, caltech edu: Matthew: It seems that there may be differing in definition. I am of the opinion that Social Studies includes Geography, in the physical realm, and History, more in the political aspects. Your question might be more proper for Cultural Sociology,...

Geography: Social Studies, european continent, furthest west
european continent, furthest west, continental countries: Of the continental countries, Portugal is the furthest west but if you include territorial lands and islands then Denmark which owns Greenland or Bermuda which is owned by the UK, or French Polyneseia is even further west in the Pacific. Or specs of land...

Geography: Soils of the tropical rainforest, countless gullies, semiarid climates
countless gullies, semiarid climates, fur trappers: Hi Michael, For 1, I think the right answer is “d”. For Badland Topography, I think the answer is “B”. This is what my encyclopeadia says in that respect: ”Badland topography: area of severe erosion, usually found in semiarid climates...

Geography: Source of a river, amazon river, groundwater flow
amazon river, groundwater flow, water streams: Mark: There are many ways to determine the source of a river. http://www.green.org/files.cgi/204_I_Understanding_Watersheds.html states the following: How does a watershed begin? Networks of streams, rivers, and lakes shape watersheds. Rivers...

Geography: South America, south american continent, overseas territory
south american continent, overseas territory, falkland islands: Hi Jennifer, To the best of my knowledge there are no colonies in south America. The French Guiana which was first settled by the French in 1604, has remained an overseas department of France. And the Falkland Islands, off the Argentinian Coast, while they...

Geography: Spanish abbreviations, abbreviation, claudio
abbreviation, claudio, abbreviations: Hi Earl Hautala, This abreviation estands for ESTADOS UNIDOS, i.e. UNITED STATES. The correct way to write it, however, is EE.UU., not as you point out E.E.U.U. By using two Es and two Us you indicate that is a plural, hence ESTADOS UNIDOS, instead...

Geography: Spring, mountains and valleys, rain snow
mountains and valleys, rain snow, water forms: In a way you are right! Evaporation of marine water forms the clouds that, eventually, develop into snow or rain. Snow forms the glaziers from which most rivers originate from. Porous grounds both in mountains and valleys creating subterraneous lakes where...

Geography: State Capitals, dictionary thesaurus, state capitals
dictionary thesaurus, state capitals, science homework: Kayla: This my request to www.infoplease.com. Infoplease - All the knowledge you need. in Daily Almanac for Jun 23, 2005 * Skip Navigation * Home * Almanacs * Atlas * Encyclopedia * Dictionary * Thesaurus...

Geography: State Names, english colonists, sioux tribe
english colonists, sioux tribe, queen of england: Mackensie: The two other names you seek are 1: located in the southeast of the USA and use the feminine form of the given name, Charles. The second is a WORD from the Sioux tribe to denote and ally. These states were admitted in 1889, among...

Geography: Which State?, hidden clues, seven lakes
hidden clues, seven lakes, three rivers: Candy: You are in the state of this flag: http://www.50states.com/flag/meflag.htm. The community is: http://news.trcmaine.org/, and the seven lakes is:http://www.trcmaine.org/maps/ Do YOU know where you are? Thomas J. Baglin...

Geography: States, public school library, latitude and longitude
public school library, latitude and longitude, gazateer: Shawana: The first part of your quiry is ambiguous owing to the use of the word states. This word COULD mean a country; or a political sub-division within the USA, Australia, Mexico, India, or Pakistan. I will assume you mean the sub-division in...

Geography: Sunset in Brisbane, sunset and sunrise times, sunset and sunrise
sunset and sunrise times, sunset and sunrise, daylight savings time: There s two main reasons. First, Brisbane is close to the equator. Singapore, which is only a few dozen miles from the equator, has little change in sunset and sunrise times throughout the year. The further you get from the equator, the more variation...

Geography: Symbol for the Century, neon colours, globe earth
neon colours, globe earth, computer graphic design: Hello Mild A very challenging project needing the bit of the artistic values in all of us combined with our thoughts that the Earth is our only sensitive home. To get some ideas, use a search engine, www.altavista.com for example, and before searching...

Geography: Which one is more salty red sea or dead sea and why, tidal action, dead sea
tidal action, dead sea, red sea: I don t know for sure, but I would expect it would be the Dead Sea. It s a landlocked saltwater sea with a high rate of evaporation, which would lead to an extremely high salinity. The Red Sea, on the other hand, is just a finger leading off the Indian...

Geography: science, number of electrons, electrons and protons
number of electrons, electrons and protons, different numbers: Hi Rico, An element is a material made up of only one type of atom. These atoms will have the same number of electrons and Protons but may have different numbers of Neutrons (Isotopes). If you have two types of atoms in a molecules then it is a compound...

Geography: science, writing a book, body of water
writing a book, body of water, silt: The quick answer is it s formed from all the silt and other suspended solids that the river has carried from it s source, and at the mouth, the water is moving much slower, so the suspended solids sink to the bottom, the river plows a channel and carries the...

Geography: sea & salt, chemical nomenclature, jacques cousteau
chemical nomenclature, jacques cousteau, industrial emissions: Tony: www.usatoday.com/news/science/wonderquest/2001-09-12-salty-seas.htm Is a site for your question s eplanation. However, judging from various news reports and other media, I tend to look at the salinity problem more from a POLLUTANT causal...

Geography: sea & salt, geography subject, ga water
geography subject, ga water, sea salt: Tony: Here s the answer: http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/whyoceansalty.html. Great explanation, and simple too. This makes it easier to remember, eh? Hope it helps in the new academic year. Thomas J. Baglin Ragingmt@rochester.rr.co...

Geography: seasons differences, astronomy dept, sunlight exposure
astronomy dept, sunlight exposure, northern hemisphere: Dave: Yes, the MAIN reason for the difference between the NORTHERN hemisphere, and the SOUTHERN hemispher IS the TILT. The EASIEST depiction is a GLOBE of the Earth. For that, I suggest you journey to your local PUBLIC LIBRARY for assistance....

Geography: selective farming, virtual encyclopedias, maya indians
virtual encyclopedias, maya indians, weather phenomena: Jody: In reply, your question uses a perspective as a key to unlock the Box. Using The Google, I inserted this question: Selective Farming, and received 400,000+ entries. In reviewing some of these, the ultimate word is CONTROL....

Geography: seventh grade test question, volcano activity, political maps
volcano activity, political maps, pacific ring of fire: a) Political Maps b) Please clarify. Don t understand what you are referring to. c) Pacific ring of fire or Pacific fire belt d) Climate e) Please elborate. I do not quite see what you mean. f) The Rocky Mountains, that stretch all the way...

Geography: ship routes and sea distance, marine distances, longitude latitude
marine distances, longitude latitude, minute of arc: A Nautical mile is slightly longer than a statute (land) mile. A Statute Mile is 5,280 feet while a nautical mile is 6,080 feet. I don t know why the re different. However, the length of a nautical mile is equal to one minute of arc of the earth s surface...

Geography: social studies, bern switzerland, air miles
bern switzerland, air miles, parabolas: Hi Jessica, Could not find the air miles from Orlando but from Miami it is 4840 air miles. The difference to Orlando will a little less, perhaps 20 to 40 air miles. The reason that it is not more is because the routing, using parabolas, is a simple shift...

Geography: soil erosion, soil errosion, soil erosion
soil errosion, soil erosion, eastern britain: Claire: The reason(S)for soil errosion in the UK can be found in many aspects. There is NO one singular cause that is creating all the mess. www.smallestspace.com/green/cat_environment.html is a site that has many items of interest, but taken as...

Geography: soil, desert soils, organic mulch
desert soils, organic mulch, forest soils: Hi Anabell, Organic means that it is derived from plant or animal remains. So, decayed wood, leaves, bones, skin etc.. which by way of decomposition can be reused by the plants in the form of nutriants that go back into the soild during decomposition....

Geography: solar system, comets and asteroids, main asteroid belt
comets and asteroids, main asteroid belt, satellites of the planets: Hi Rachel, The solar system consists of the Sun; the nine planets, more than 130 satellites of the planets, a large number of small bodies (the comets and asteroids), and the interplanetary medium. (There are probably also many more planetary satellites...

Geography: solution, canadian forest fires, coniferous trees
canadian forest fires, coniferous trees, naval warships: Lohit: There are two initial factors to begin with: #1: Which part of Canada do you refer? East or West? #2: Do you refer to NATURALLY occurring conflagrations? Or, to primarily HUMAN-caused ignitions? I have entered Canadian...

Geography: spanish abrev., abrev, abreviation
abrev, abreviation, abbreviation: Milila, Estados Unidos is abbreviated as EEUU (also: EE. UU.) because in Spanish the abbreviation for a plural item doubles the letter of the abbreviation. The abbreviation EUA (Estados Unidos de América) for the United States is indeed used in...

Geography: spanish, spanish experts, chain of mountains
spanish experts, chain of mountains, google: Hola! You mean montañas . Both the translation tools at Google and Alavista translate Mts. to Spanish as also Mts. which however a lot of Spanish incorrectly use for metros (metres) instead of simply and internationally m ! There is also Cord....

Geography: springs, mineral load, entrapped air
mineral load, entrapped air, glacier: Mr. Zabad, I m not sure what you mean by freshest , Do you maen the purest water? Most springs have some mineral load so if it is pure water then look for water from a glacier or ice cap. This will have no added minerals except what was in the atmosphere...

Geography: square miles, square mileage, ratio problem
square mileage, ratio problem, geographic source: Casey: How accurate do you want to be? Mathematically, this a RATIO problem, NOT a Geography matter. In round figures, Australia is 2/3 of the US, 66 2/3%, or, the US 1.5 times the size of Australia. But, these are ROUNDED quotes....

Geography: state placement...geogrphy, longitude and latitude lines, longitude and latitude
longitude and latitude lines, longitude and latitude, land grants: The eastern states were based on land grants made by the King of England. Some were fairly large such as Pennsylvania, and some were very small such as Rhode Island. Later, governors were sent from England to administer the areas. Boundaries were detemined...

Geography: how many states, old joke, type query
old joke, type query, states of the usa: Casey: Is This a Sand-bag question? This IS an old joke type query that is designed to watch facial the expression of the one attempting at giving the answer. It is NOT an amusing post. Should the count run into a spot of bad luck, or memory...

Geography: statistics, hypothesis test, base population
hypothesis test, base population, employee population: I m not sure that the statistics you are speaking of would fit your needs. Large employment sample sizes not withstanding. On the other hand, depending on what is being tested you may have two samples one being tested and the larger employee population....

Geography: statistics, minor variations, theory in practice
minor variations, theory in practice, statistical process control: Hi Shykhan, In statistical Process control. Where you have 3 machines making a given part. All three are set up identically with identical tooling. yet the parts from one are slightly out of round according to the customer and will not work. You do extensive...

Geography: statistics, hypothesis testing, weapons of mass destruction in iraq
hypothesis testing, weapons of mass destruction in iraq, weapons of mass destruction: Perhaps the political analysists use hypothesis testing. How do you test lies, subjectivity, dishonesty, cleverness, and decite? Personally, If I use it, it is to test the theory that governments cover up what they don t want us to know. It is our...

Geography: Where is this subdivision located?, google maps, british fashion
google maps, british fashion, best guess: JM: No response form main site of your photo suplier. Have made inquiries of two more sources, no response as of yet. Should get SOME reply within fivwe more days. MY best guess is Stonehenge. Reason? Upper right corner, autos(?)...

Geography: summer soltice, summer soltice, northern hemisphere
summer soltice, northern hemisphere, solar noon: Mai: GO, RUN, Rocket, your way to the nearest main branch of your PUBLIC Library. ASK the helpful Librarian for a globe, a/o a suitable atlas. As for the globe, there should be a figure 8 somehwere on the lower portion. This is a key to...

Geography: sun outage., indian stock markets, assassination of julius caesar
indian stock markets, assassination of julius caesar, sun outage: Srinivasan: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_outage is the site you need. Basically, it IS a COMMUNICATIONS problem. http://www.panamsat.com/global_network/solar_activity.asp also states this. However, this site has an interesting twist...

Geography: sun time, santa cruz california, sun clock
santa cruz california, sun clock, sun time: Gyda: I am not sure of your question s intent; judging by the wording of the submission. Therefore, I have addressed this matter to The Google, using the advanced search option. The entry is Sun Time. It is important at this time,...

Geography: syracuse to canada, proof of identity, picton ontario
proof of identity, picton ontario, best bet: Hi Julie I guess you have 3 choices: 1) Fort Erie which is due west through Buffalo which is 154.1 miles 2) Escott which is due North on I-81 which is 108.6 miles 3) take your car to the lake, rent a power boat and go straigt across to Picton, Ontario...

Geography: system analysis in Human geography, human geography, google
human geography, google, upsc: Arun: The Great Google has a limited number of entries using your wording of the question. However, I used the Advanced Search link, as it limits the list to the most pertinent. Of the sites shown, http://www.upsc.gov.in/exams/notifications/csp2005/syll-main/csma-geog.htm,...

Geography: systems development life cycle, systems development life cycle, stake holder
systems development life cycle, stake holder, stake holders: Shykhan, requirement elicitation depends on the nature of the business modle that it is based upon. If it is a narrowly defined project scope or an enterprize wide organizaitonal scope. So the scope of the requirement must be defiened first. Then...

Geography: systems development life cycle, information technology executives, software project management
information technology executives, software project management, help information technology: I hate to say this but none of them. To be user centric, it requires that the IT folks and management involved with making this decision take the end users to heart. Weather the software is purchased, built in house or externally, if the IT folks do not...

Geography: systems development life cycle, systems development life cycle, phases of sdlc
systems development life cycle, phases of sdlc, software changes: Hi Katt, During the life cycle of any software changes may be made to the coding of the software. It is critical that that each change be tested before it goes into production to ensure that it does not impact some fuction or create other issues. So using...

Geography: systems development life cycle, open source code, systems development life cycle
open source code, systems development life cycle, mapping document: Good clean operational instructions, the use of and development of super users who have a deeper understanding of the system and its interfaces. A good program mapping document showing where different software section intersect with others and finally...

Geography: systems development life cycle, systems development life cycle, development life cycle
systems development life cycle, development life cycle: Shykhan, I m not sure that there is a difference except on broad terms. After all the user is human. Perhaps your should ask what is better: the human centered or the systems centered. I prefer the systems centered since the human factor is more adaptable...

Geography: systems development life cycle, systems development life cycle, natural evolution
systems development life cycle, natural evolution, headach: Shykhan, I don t know the article to which this question refers so I am unable to answer the second half of the question. As of the use of a phased development approach to systems development. For most companies, this is the natural evolution of their...

Geography: systems development life cycle, ca kaw, legitimate stakeholders
ca kaw, legitimate stakeholders, ucalgary ca: Hi Shykhan, Good question. The article does not get into this aspect of the process. And in fact, although they discuss the IBM process, what was not brought out was the strong management support or management champion who coaches the team. This...

Geography: systems development life cycle, systems development life cycle, going in the right direction
systems development life cycle, going in the right direction, distinct phase: Shykhan, This is a very tough question to answer. It is highly dependant on the nature of the project or product. I will use a real life example to illustrate and perhaps this will give you the answer you need. While working for a tier one automotive...

Geography: systems development life cycle, systems development life cycle, catalog companies
systems development life cycle, catalog companies, catalog age: Shykhan, I have tried over the last 2 days to find a copy of this magazine and article. None of the local libraries have this. I have contacted the publisher for a copy and it is no longer published. They are trying to get a copy from their archives...

Geography: systems development life cycle, systems development life cycle, time duration
systems development life cycle, time duration, short periods: Shykhan, I m sorry I was unable to help with the previous question. In the future, if you can provide the citation or a copy of the article that would be most helpful. first, the scope of the project must be defined. Once it is defined then you can...

Geography: systems development life cycle, systems development life cycle, heavy stamping
systems development life cycle, heavy stamping, typical procedures: Shykhan, Good Questions, Poor planning or in effective planning leads to inappropriate resource planning as well as mismanagement of time. For instance the project is to build a dam across a river. It is for flood control. The planners feel that the...

Geography: systems development life cycle, systems development life cycle, world hunger
systems development life cycle, world hunger, six sigma: No end date on a project is quite possible since some projects are considered open ended. Projects such as continuous improvement, lean or six sigma all tend to be open ended like this. So it is not necessairly a break down in the process but it is intentionally...

Geography: systems development life cycle, business intelligence tool, umbrella system
business intelligence tool, umbrella system, systems development life cycle: Shykhan, An EAT is generally an umbrella software which has been designed to do data mining and analysis of that mined data. In large organizations with disparate operations and locations, it is not unusual for one part of the orgaization to be operating...

Geography: Plateau Hills, wikipedia, rudi
wikipedia, rudi, plateau: Hello Hélène I immediately think of my belovered city Cape Town and its Table Mountain : http://www.globosapiens.net/rangutan/picture-table-bay-table-mountain-29981.html After thousands and millions of years of erosion some hills (or mountains) still...

Geography: Tallest Mountain, time champ, marianas trench
time champ, marianas trench, tallest mountain: Mae: Yes, you are correct when refering to Mt. Everest. However, we must address the all-time champ, and that would be Mt. Apo in the Philippines. At almost 9700 feet above its surrounding lands, we must factor in the Mindanao Deep, the deepest...

Geography: Tanzania, greenwich meridian, lake tanganyika
greenwich meridian, lake tanganyika, prime meridian: Hi Adriana I was wondering why you ask a question like this but anyhow we love geography and so here is the answer I got with the help of Google Earth and my most very used Reader s Digest Great World Atlas : Tanzania lies just south of the equator...

Geography: Tehri Dam Case Study, beautiful valley, search images
beautiful valley, search images, allexperts: Hello Shivani I do not know this dam but have listed some links to information on it. First use: http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=tehri+dam&btnG=Search+Images&gbv=2 to find a lot of photos, diagrams and graphs which will give you a better picture...

Geography: Temperature, southern indian ocean, degree south
southern indian ocean, degree south, northern hemisphere: Farhan: The answer is simple --- IF, you have a globe handy. If not, journey to your local LIBRARY, and ask the librarian to provide a globe of this planet. There SHOULD be what looks like a figure eight plastered somehwere either in the southern...

Geography: Texas Divided?, texas state constitution, british impressment
texas state constitution, british impressment, army of northern virginia: Mark: The legality of secession was settled significantly at the signing of the surrender terms of the Army Of Northern Virginia, April, 1865. Prior to Mr. Lincoln calling for 75,000 volunteers to quell the rebellion in the South in 1861, the...

Geography: Texas Right to break into 5 states, texas secession, compromise of 1820
texas secession, compromise of 1820, texas representative: Jeff: It seems that this is a corrupted question that re-surfaces periodically. The taint is due to the lack of firm HISTORICAL knowledge. Personally, I have had NO reports of this possibility happening in the present, or near-future time...

Geography: Three Questions, pcl map collection, peach state
pcl map collection, peach state, inland sea: A - These are faily simple questions that just a little research would answer for you. If fact, less time than it took to look up my name on this site and send the question, then wait for the answer. I will answer the questions that I know off the top...

Geography: Tide Terminology, hurricane katrina, high tides
hurricane katrina, high tides, spring tide: Hello, A plus tide occurs during a storm at high tide increasing the level of water even higher. It is such high levels that are a threat to dikes and other barriers, possibly causing overflows like during Hurricane Katrina that destroyed New Orleans...

Geography: Tides in Rivers, http www youtube, qiantang tidal bore
http www youtube, qiantang tidal bore, river estuary: Hello Sharon Tides occur in rivers and lakes too but the effect is so very little and not visible because either the downhill water flow is stronger than the tidal force or the mass of water is not enough to show significant changes. I guess the tidal...

Geography: Tides, dry river beds, high and low tides
dry river beds, high and low tides, river deltas: No, inland rivers CAN NOT show tides like the oceans do because that force of the water to flow downwards is mostly very much greater than tidal forces due to the sun and moon s position. Only in some river deltas may there be little effect. Rivers have...

Geography: Time Zones, eastern time zone, rio branco
eastern time zone, rio branco, ocean ships: Rebecca: Glad to be of help. Regards your request, it is IMPORTANT to fix the location of the city, town, or village that the Brazilian family is located in. Reason? YOU are in the Eastern Time Zone, and so is Lima, Peru, and the State...

Geography: Time Zones, convertit, time zones
convertit, time zones, time time: Sheena: http://www.convertit.com/Go/ConvertIt/World_Time/Time_Zones_Map_Small.ASP is your site for being on time. When you access this address, directly under the small version map is a link for a LARGER version. Hit that link, and move the...

Geography: TOP THREE EXPORTING NATIONS, indonesia malaysia, usa india
indonesia malaysia, usa india, thiland: Apples: The US, Canada, Germany Bananas: Costa Rica, Guatemala, Angola Coca: Gambia, Mexico, Nicaragua Cotton: Egypt, China, USA/India Grapes: Germany, Chile, USA Natural Gas: CIS, Kuiwait, Nigeria Oranges: Israel, USA, China Rubber: Indonesia, Malaysia,...

Geography: Top of the day to you sir,1st..., frontier drive, earth surface
frontier drive, earth surface, car design: Ibrahim In answer to your question, I CAN at least get you started. Beyond that, you must investigate some of the Astro Sciences; an area way out in space, relative to my expertise. Btaim, let us move on, eh? The site you want is this:...

Geography: Topographical Maps, topographical maps, image finder
topographical maps, image finder, library websites: Hi Lacy This question is very old! I found this question in a pool which will be improving the efficiency and speed of answers in the future. I am sure that you don t need that map anymore but if you ever do just use Google , Altavista or any other...

Geography: Topography, weathering and erosion, marlborough downs
weathering and erosion, marlborough downs, brent knoll: Hi Mark I had a quick look at three of the areas using http://getamap.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/getamap/frames.htm and made some counts viewing 1:50000 and measuring from 1:250000 (1mm = 100mm on an adjusted monitor*). I found a lot of peaks/hills about 4,6...

Geography: Transantarctic Mountains, image search engines, jpl nasa
image search engines, jpl nasa, utexas edu: Hi Puchu There are maps showing the ranges position near the Ross Ice Shelf at: http://www.geosci.usyd.edu.au/users/dietmar/Nature/antarctica.html http://www.washington.edu/newsroom/news/images/antarctic-map.jpg and detailed maps at: http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/~mstuding/tam_map_large.html...

Geography: Tripoli, marines hymn, muslim conquest
marines hymn, muslim conquest, hymn 2: Al: Tripoli the city, or Tripoli the country? In either case, they are both located on the south shore of the Mediterranean coast. It is in that country between Tunisia, and Egypt. Today Tripoli the country is no more, but a region of the...

Geography: Tripoli, rock bottom prices, capital of lybia
rock bottom prices, capital of lybia, neighbour countries: Hi Al, There are two of them, both in the Mediaterranean Sea. Tripoli, capital of Lybia, continues to be one of the most beautiful cities along the Mediterrenean Sea. The seaside promenade in the modern part is impressive, but perhaps a little bit sterile....

Geography: Types of Maps, maps greece, greece maps
maps greece, greece maps, yachting guide: Hi Tamie There are many types of maps, each gives different information for what they are intended for. Other maps may be; political, geological, topographical, climatic, agricultural, historical and many more. In you example, the Greece physical map...

Geography: Types of Water Erosion, types of water erosion, gully erosion
types of water erosion, gully erosion, unprotected soil: Hi Chris The terms are pretty self explainable: - splash erosion has the same effect as a garden hose. Rain drops fall with force on unprotected soil breaking it up; the loose material easily then transported away by excess water or later by wind or...

Geography: tawny omnivore, santa fe new mexico, beer factory
santa fe new mexico, beer factory, tawny omnivore: Again, I ll need to research this one again, its been a while since I looked into it. Sorry. for the delay. There is a microbrewery which has several locations in both the US and Mexico. The name is the Beer Factory Restaurant and Wood Grill There...

Geography: test help! respnd a.s.a.p, latitude and longitude, lakes and rivers
latitude and longitude, lakes and rivers, special purpose map: Jamee. Did you forget to study? This is in your book. 1) a physical map is one that shows physical features like mountians, lakes, oceans, rivers etc... It may also show roads, cities, and political divisions. 2) This does not show features and is generally...

Geography: time, point hope, prespective
point hope, prespective, central reference: Guru: Using www.msn.com, under How TIME is calculated, there is some interetsting sites; #s 1,3,4,5,7,9, and 13 offer great possibilities. #12seems a bit theoretical. In my search, I made a mistake in the original search, and put TIMER in...

Geography: topo maps, allegany river, cow pies
allegany river, cow pies, gold pennsylvania: Kurt: Go to www.msn.com, enter Printable Topo Maps into the box. A field of 1836 entries will come up. Of the first 30, only #29 is of dubious value, unless you are into genealogy. That is the easy part, To find the lowest point...

Geography: topographic maps, end moraines, topographical maps
end moraines, topographical maps, human features: Well this is a bit difficult. That is because I don t have the map you are going to use. But pick two prominent features, a coast line, a Mountian, a River, Lake, or plain and discuss how the other land form interacts or is related to the other feature,...

Geography: Are tornadoes useful for anything?How..., drainage ditch, funnel cloud
drainage ditch, funnel cloud, formation of tornadoes: Hi Melanie, Are tornadoes useful for anything? Not as far as humans are concerned. However, they may serve a purpose in nature that humans do not fully understand. Most tornadoes are generated from the very powerful winds found in strong thunderstorms....

Geography: tourism, tourism in india, hindrances
tourism in india, hindrances, development of tourism in india: Hi Arpit, There are several key items. 1) distance to get to India 2) perceptions about India being a dirty and unhealthy place 3) fear of being unable to communicate 4) poor understanding of t he cultures 5) availability of familiar foods There...

Geography: tourism, sars epidemic, commerce tourism
sars epidemic, commerce tourism, summer tourism: Rebecca: I have located a site that will provide you with a great understanding to your question. In reading it for myself, I felt that your type of question could NOT be answered any better. The site is:http://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2003/11/17/focus5.html....

Geography: travel, chum, particulars
chum, particulars, jsp: Heather: http://www.skyteam.com/EN/index.jsp is your site. This allows you to enter all your info and get the particulars meant only for you and your travel chum on this trip. Enjoy. Thomas J. Baglin Ragingmt@rochester.rr.co...

Geography: tropic of capicorn, tropic of capicorn, storm flags
tropic of capicorn, storm flags, art of persuasion: Shirlon: Via www.google.com, these sites give some great info on this subject. However, this one in particular answers the question the best. http://www.visitandlearn.co.uk/deployment02-03/latitudeandlongitudedetail3.asp. In the fifth paragraph,...

Geography: tropical countries, warm gulf stream, humid atmosphere
warm gulf stream, humid atmosphere, tropical climates: Hi Taha, Iran is a very large country in south Asia. It lies between 25 degrees north and 40 degrees North. This means that it is totally north of the Tropic of Cancer which is at 23.5 degrees north. Iran is a rather mountianous country with a shore...

Geography: U.S. Geography, heritage research, iron game
heritage research, iron game, searchbox: Stephanie www.pe.net/~rksnow/ndcountyfargo.htm is of note as it virtually claims that honor. However, there may another cadidate for consideration: That being found here: raven.cc.ukans.edu/heritage/research/sft/sft-dcity.html. mike5816.tripod.com/extremes.html...

Geography: U.S. Geography, missouri north dakota, mississippi arkansas
missouri north dakota, mississippi arkansas, hampshire vermont: I m giving you one of the most common classifications how the USA are divided in regions: · New England, (North East) made up of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. · The Middle Atlantic, comprising New York, New...

Geography: U.S History to 1865, federal perspective, independant states
federal perspective, independant states, recovery assistance: Hi Shida, The US, although a democratic country is made of quasi independant states which can regulate their own internal laws and rules. The Southern States allowed Slavery which was critical to an agricultural economy which predominated the Southern...

Geography: U.S. History 1865, defensive capability, financial stake
defensive capability, financial stake, stake holders: Hi Rhonda, a) Among other things it was deeply in debt and could not pay France and other financial stake holders. We had only rudementary communications systems (post and messenger) and the Continental army was disbanded so we had no real defensive capability...

Geography: U.S. History, westward expansion, political climate
westward expansion, political climate, rich mineral: Hi Rainal, Whole books have been written on each of these subjects so the best I can do is provide a brief sentence or two. 1) Westward expansion provide many new resources as well as living space for all of the new arrivals it also drove the industrial...

Geography: U.S.rivers that run north, hammond world atlas, san jaoquin
hammond world atlas, san jaoquin, fifteen mile creek: Abel: I am going to include a listing of MY copilation based upon the American Map Road Atlas/2002. As a further reference, I used the Funk And Wagnall s Hammond World Atlas, published 1993. I DID try using Mapquest, and Mappoint sites,...

Geography: U.S. States, monroe county library, monroe county library system
monroe county library, monroe county library system, county library system: James: Your question can be answered in many ways, in terms of sources. Among them are these: #1: http://www.libraryweb.org/. This site belongs to The Monroe County Library System; use the Ask The Librarian link, they DO take on-line requests....

Geography: UK/Britain/England, germany bavaria, united kingdom of great britain and northern ireland
germany bavaria, united kingdom of great britain and northern ireland, united kingdom of great britain: Hi Caro This is not simple and a lot of people mix these places up like they do also with America/USA/Texas or even Europe/EU/Germany/Bavaria! A lot of provinces and states got unified a few centuries ago, Italy, Germany, France, USA and also Britain...

Geography: United States physical map, www google, physical map of the usa
www google, physical map of the usa, maps on line: Try these: http://www.yourchildlearns.com/us_features.htm http://members.aol.com/bowermanb/maps.html. http://www.google.es/search?q=cache:Ix688MtrWr8J:www.maps.ethz.ch/map_catalogue-general1.html+*physical+map+of+the+usa++on+line*&hl=es http://www.google.es/search?q=cache:0XzUgb57bEsJ:geography.usgs.gov/partners/viewonline.html+*usa+maps+on+line*&hl=es...

Geography: Urban, new comers, land exploitation
new comers, land exploitation, railway system: I m sorry farhan, but the question is also confusing for me. As far as I can see it, Manufacturing plants are normally established outside of the big cities because of taxes. The pay less city taxes in a small town and probably get cheaper labor too. If...

Geography: Urban, herd mentality, railway system
herd mentality, railway system, industrial economy: Farhan: The answers are found in a combination of Sociology, Economics, and History. Soiciolgy: Man IS a SOCIAL ANIMAL. Complete with HERD mentality Economics: Changing from an AGRARIAN to an INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY, REQUIRED RELOCATION...

Geography: Urban, spurts, urban centers
spurts, urban centers, urbanization: This occured in spurts. At first with colonization, people tended to live in more urbanized situations for protection and to keep in touch. Over time, these urban centers grew and as people moved outward, they continued this pattern. As for the time period...

Geography: Urban, urban settlement, target
urban settlement, target, urbanization: Akhter: I will need a bit more info on your school courses. What is your major? You may contact me at the address below my name. As for your question I would need a more specific target as to where the answer is to be applied. For example,...

Geography: Urban, south east asia, land surfaces
south east asia, land surfaces, singapoor: I think the explanation is rather simple. Singapoor is a tiny island in South East Asia, which is fully urbanized. Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world, with enourmous land surfaces in the northern half that will never be urbanized because of...

Geography: Urban, wheat farmers, cattle farmers
wheat farmers, cattle farmers, dairy farmers: Akhter: Canada will NEVER beat Singapore s mark for one simple reason. It IS TOO DIVERSE in TYPES of climate, AND JOBS needing to be done. Singapore has NO FARMERS in the true meaning of the word. It IS one of a few CITY-STATES that function...

Geography: Urban, educational oportunities, railway system
educational oportunities, railway system, manufacturing plants: a) as farm economies decline, people need work and so migrate to urban centers were there is manufacturing jobs available. b) As more farmers own tractors, it becomes easier to farm and to turn a profit, you need more land to farm. So some farmers loose...

Geography: untouched land, oceanic rocks, robotic sensors
oceanic rocks, robotic sensors, untouched land: It is with in the realm of possibility. There are parts of the deep ocean where we have not been. Some oceanic rocks or reefs we have not visited. Some areas of the Antarctic where we may not have been. There are parts of the wild tropics where white man...

Geography: the use of the Ricter Scale, richter magnitude scale, earthquake magnitude
richter magnitude scale, earthquake magnitude, seismograph stations: Hi Kerrie, This is what I have found out: The Richter magnitude scale was developed in 1935 by Charles F. Richter of the California Institute of Technology as a mathematical device to compare the size of earthquakes. The magnitude of an earthquake is...

Geography: Verneshot landings., extinction of the dinosaurs, deccan traps
extinction of the dinosaurs, deccan traps, gerta keller: Hi, The Chixculub Crater is believed to be the result of the collision with an asteroid measuring some 10 to 20 kilometers across. The environmental effects that accompanied its formation were thought to have been responsible for the mass extinction at the...

Geography: Volcano, warning signs that, super volcano
warning signs that, super volcano, good question: Dyll, Good Question. No one knows for sure. But according to every thing I have read, heard, seen on TV etc... it could be some time in the next 100 to few thousand years. What is known is that there has been a general up lift in parts of the caldera...

Geography: Volcanoes & Earthquakes, mid ocean ridge, spectacular lava flow
mid ocean ridge, spectacular lava flow, volcanoes and earthquakes: Hi Mauizio Volcanoes and earthquakes are hard to compare, two very different activities. Also, it is difficult to compare a city like San Fransisco (California) to the others, which are countries or some are islands! There is no correct answer to this question,...

Geography: Volcanoes and earthquakes of regions of Earth, natural history journals, natural history sciences
natural history journals, natural history sciences, earthquakes and volcanoes: Deanna: Island Groups: Hawaii: Bot 351 Geology of the Hawaiian Islands Bot 351 Geology of the Hawaiian Islands. Ref: RW Hazlett & DW Hyndman.1996. Roadside Geology of Hawai i. Mountain Press Publishing Co. I. Hawaiian hot spot is 16,000 ft below...

Geography: Volcanoes, mid atlantic ridge, plate margin
mid atlantic ridge, plate margin, formation html: Hi Joseph. I also thought it should be! Margins describe the lines where there is a lot of volcanic activity or plate movement, like along the mid-Atlantic ridge and explains the existence of example Iceland. Looking at www.inforse.dk/europe/dieret/Geothermal/imageLBT.JPG...

Geography: Volume of Mount Everest, cubic kilometers, google search
cubic kilometers, google search, math portion: Larry: I am pleased you have found the correct culmination of the configuration. However, I wish to point out some matters that raised some questions --- FOR ME. Why the use of the formula for a cone? Would not Everest be more correctly a...

Geography: -ve n +ve aspects, case study on narmada bachao andolan, environmental impact assessment
case study on narmada bachao andolan, environmental impact assessment, narmada bachao andolan: http://www.narmada.org/ This is but one of many sites regarding the Narmada Bachao Andolan. I went into www.google.com and in the subject line put in the following Narmada Bachao Andolan and clicked enter. In moments I had over 1000 listings on the...

Geography: I've been to several different..., e mail address, wood fence
e mail address, wood fence, side question: Brian: Kindly utilize the e-mail address below my name. There are a number of issues that need to be resolved BEFORE the info you requested is even effective. Also, there ARE items that are NOT proper for display on the www.Allexperts.com venue....

Geography: volcanoes, volcanoes and earthquakes, volcanic disasters
volcanoes and earthquakes, volcanic disasters, earthquake proof: Hi Katie Thank you for the question.. This questions seems quite difficult to answer, because Volcanoes are very unexpected and there is very little that people can do to minimise them. First can you be more specific, do you mean after the volcano has...

Geography: Water/Land, european discoveries, eastern hemisphere
european discoveries, eastern hemisphere, western hemisphere: Jerry: The answer is based upon persepective of age. At 60, I tend to refer to Franklin Roosevelt s definition of the Western Hemisphere. Basically, it was a Do NOT Cross declaration for Germany, at a time when the American public was still isolationist...

Geography: Water Table, sedimentary rock formations, sahara desert
sedimentary rock formations, sahara desert, porous rocks: Many consider the term water table to mean the level at which water collects and resides underground. This is in fact quite true. But many also share with Coleridge the idea that underground water occurs in vast lakes lying in caverns, where only the sound...

Geography: Water, word perfect 10, bilge water
word perfect 10, bilge water, moisture deficiency: Sarah: Regards acquacide, it is not in my dictionary, nor is it the word Perfect 10 Dicitonary. However, I DO offer this: Based upon the root of the word, it does refer to water; from the Latin acqua. Our word acquaduct means a duct for...

Geography: Waterways, tidal bore, water rivers
tidal bore, water rivers, manhattan island: Hi Wendy, An excellent question. Most rivers at their exit point are prone to what is called the tidal bore. This means that during the inbound tide, saltier waters can flow upstream for a distance to what is called the tidal break . From the tidal...

Geography: WEB, methodologies, search engines
methodologies, search engines, search engine: Shykhan, This is not an area of expertise for me but as I understand it from others who are (including my son who is in this business) there are methodologies to code the information in such a way that the search engines like . In addition there is coding...

Geography: WEB phone system, wireless web phone, government law enforcement
wireless web phone, government law enforcement, wire tap: Hi Jennifer, Nearly anyone who has a scanning radio set up can tune into cell and wireless web phone conversations. Also hard wired webphone or even regular wired phone lines are both suseptable to wire tap and eavesdropping by the government, law enforcement...

Geography: WEB, word archaeology, electronic directory
word archaeology, electronic directory, bowser: Hi Shykhan, I hope all is well with you. I haven t heard from you for a while. A bowser is an electronic directory or sorting device. If you are looking for a specific word or phrase, this sorting device or directory search system looks for that...

Geography: WEP System, stock trades, encrypted system
stock trades, encrypted system, wep enabled phone: If a WEP enabled phone system is also an encrypted system then yes but if you are doing so from work, remember, they can still listen in on your trades and you may be in violation of company policy or perhaps even the law. Do your trades from a standard land...

Geography: Weather, monsoon winds, weather uk
monsoon winds, weather uk, november show: For all my international weather statistics I consult www.wunderground.com A) Mumbai (Bombay) has the highest precipitation in July, average about 1000 mm B) Mumbai (Bombay) has the highest average temperature in May 32° [www.ryoko.info/Temperature/india/img/mumbai.gif]but...

Geography: Weathering in Deserts, fish river canyon namibia, weathering and erosion
fish river canyon namibia, weathering and erosion, fish river canyon: Hello again Bill Weathering and erosion in deserts works pretty much the same as in other climates. Water may be present from dew or even rain. Temperatures in deserts often drop below freezing point at night and ice in cracks expand in the morning with...

Geography: West African History (this is not a homework question), meta search engine, homework question
meta search engine, homework question, internal infrastructure: Peter: The following web site is an excellent recapitulation of European interests in Africa, post 1860. It is a fine explanation of the subject. The site is: http://www.zum.de/whkmla/period/himp/Partafr.html. This was located via the Copernic...

Geography: West African History (this is not a homework question), continental land mass, homework question
continental land mass, homework question, suitable answer: Peter, you will need to be much more explicit as to time frame and which part of west Africa. Also what do you mean by Africa of West Africa? Africa is a continental land mass not a country. Please clarify so that I can provide a suitable answer...

Geography: West African History (this is not a homework question), homework question, african history
homework question, african history, economic arguments: I m sorry but I do not understand the scope of your question. To the best of my knowledge West Africa is not being rejected by the rest of the Continent. In fact, I believe they are trying to create a sort of African Common Market to protect themselves against...

Geography: In which West and Central..., member governments, afirca
member governments, afirca, western africa: Maria: If you are looking for a statistic, I am unable to locate that for you. What I enclose is a number of web sites for you to look at and see for yourself what info you can glean. What I have ascertained is that Afirca is viewed in sections,...

Geography: West coastline of India, mean high tide, west coastline
mean high tide, west coastline, tidal estuaries: The total coast line of India, excluding its islands is 5495KM in length. The Western coast is 2236KM and the east is 3259KM at mean high tide. This also does not include the coast of GOA nor the tidal estuaries. Both could add considerably to the length...

Geography: West Indeis And Carabbean, islands of the west indies, reagions
islands of the west indies, reagions, carrabean: Nabeel: Essentially, the West Indies refers more to the ISLANDS as a CUMULATIVE geographic destination; either mentally, or physically. However, it has become a synonym for the Caribbean Region by common usage, especially in the verbal language....

Geography: West Indeis, west indies cricket team, west indies cricket
west indies cricket team, west indies cricket, south eastern florida: The Caribbean region, covers an archipelago in the northern part of the western hemisphere, separating the Caribbean Sea from the Atlantic Ocean. Christopher Columbus, the first European to visit the region during his search for a westward route to Asia, mistakenly...

Geography: Wet rice, wet rice cultivation, rice cultivation in bali
wet rice cultivation, rice cultivation in bali, will find additional information: Hi Nigel, The best place to find detailed information on the growth conditions required for wet rice cultivation is on the web. If you go to www.google.com and put in wet rice cultivation you will find a lot of information about its cycle. If you also...

Geography: Wind, weather systems, moist air
weather systems, moist air, face of the earth: Well there are several reasons for this phenomena. First of all the oceans are very flat so any wind or breeze is unblocked by trees or other obsecals. Secondly there is an interplay between the warmer air above land and the cooler air moist air above water....

Geography: Windiest cities in the world, commonwealth bay, antarctic plateau
commonwealth bay, antarctic plateau, shape of the land: Hi Paul I cannot find a list ranking the windiest cities of the world. Wellington is known by pilots to have the windiest airport. Here is a video but I recognise come of the footage being of Hong Kong and Reykjavik: www.spikedhumor.com/articles/103398/World_s_Windiest_Airport.html...

Geography: Winter solstice, winter solstice, tropic of capricorn
winter solstice, tropic of capricorn, northern hemisphere: Mai, The winter solstice is the shortest day in the northern hemisphere and the longest in the southern. So the further south you go towards the equator, the longer the day is in the northern hemisphere. So the city that is farthest north would be the right...

Geography: The World in 4000 years, weather and erosion, highest mountains in the world
weather and erosion, highest mountains in the world, nasa gov: ... sorry to disappoint you more but the geology of the world will not change drastically the next 4,000 years as it hasn t the last 40,000 years! In geography, geology and archeology we speak in millions of years to describe major changes. Example, when...

Geography: World Geography, world geography, usa population
world geography, usa population, logical approach: Dear Kylee, I do not happen to be a consultant working for a salary. That means I am used to receive questions properly requested, i.e. something like would you plase explain... This said the answer to that piece of homework is purely speculative and...

Geography: World Geography, southernmost island, mighty empire
southernmost island, mighty empire, world geography: Another HISTORY/POLITICAL question! Not A , Japan was a mighty empire! Answer is B , stable social and economic structures. Not C , amongst the top exporting nations! Not D never a colony but Japan surrendered to the USA to avoid the northern...

Geography: World Geography, public transportation system, snowball effect
public transportation system, snowball effect, world geography: Answer: Neither A, B or C! Like Germany, Japan became technically very advanced when rebuilding didn t cease after World War II destruction. A snowball effect results in advanced and higher standards of living, higher per capita GDP and extraordinary infrastructure....

Geography: World Geography, kim jong ii, s republic of korea
kim jong ii, s republic of korea, copper gold: (A)FALSE, cease fire was proclaimed between the two. (B)TRUE, North Korea has much more mineral resources; zinc, magnesite, iron, copper, gold, pyrites, salt, fluorspar which are not mined in South Korea in any significant quantity. (C)FALSE, North Korea...

Geography: World Geography, southeast asian nations, world geography
southeast asian nations, world geography, commodity prices: Both questions concearning ECONOMICS are very badly formulated and contain spelling mistakes and typing errors!!! Answer 1: B Most exports of SE Asia go to the USA because of the bigger market and higher demand there, therefore better prices/profits to...

Geography: World Geography, world war ii japan, world geography
world war ii japan, world geography, world war ii: - Gold is not a strategic material and from elsewhere - The USA and Venezuela produce oil - perhaps routes from West Asia for extra oil blocked? - Rubber is mainly from the Amazon - I guess iron-ore? [This question will be expanded, need time to research...

Geography: World Geography, mao zedong, ho chi minh
mao zedong, ho chi minh, world geography: A is true both were communists. Ho was trying to kick the French out of Indochina (as Vietnam was called back then). But Mao s fight was more of a civil war into which the Americans tried but failed to support the non-communists Chinese who then were forced...

Geography: World Geography, women in china, world geography
women in china, world geography, japan women: Well C is NOT true. Women in Japan are NOT paid the same wage for the same work as men. A is also not entirely true for women in Japan. Women are gaining greater stature but are still second class citizens in most aspects of Japanese business. So this...

Geography: World Geography, population of southeast asia, maldive islands
population of southeast asia, maldive islands, world geography: Hi Madhuri, Southeast Asia is NOT directly south of India. That honor belongs to Sri Lanka. Southeast Asia is East of Inida and more to the point directly south of China. There are many islands in Southeast Asia if the Indonesean Archipelego, the Phillipines...

Geography: World Geography, northeastern burma, northwestern vietnam
northeastern burma, northwestern vietnam, world war ii japan: Hi Madhuri 1) Rubber became a problem for the Allies during WW2 due to the Japanese occupation of much of Indonesia where most of the rubber was produced. It forced the US to develop artificial rubber and other elastormers which they did. 2) Slash and...

Geography: World Geography, southeast asian nations, desert areas
southeast asian nations, desert areas, world geography: 1Aa) There are two: 105°W passes through Canada, USA & Mexico and 105°E through Asia 1Ab) 105°E passes through SE Asian; Vietnam,Laos,Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia and approaching shipping lanes of Singapore. 1B) Indonesia lies on the Equator ...

Geography: World Geography, warm air mass, goverment spending
warm air mass, goverment spending, international date line: Hi Madhuri 1) C 2)_rotation 3) Circumferance 4) Cities 5)Earthquakes and floods 6) Between 23.5 N and 23.5 south are the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn 7)Apples and pigs 8) Summer, this is because of the tilt of the Earth and its location in its...

Geography: World Geography, world geography, satellite cities
world geography, satellite cities, agglomeration: We speak of municipalities, cities with a border (those under one major) and metropolitan areas, big cities with satellite cities surrounding them, fused in one agglomeration . For comparisons like this I use www.citypopulation.de/World.html which gives statistics...

Geography: World Geography, philosophy of confucianism, world geography
philosophy of confucianism, world geography, political strategy: You might rather want to ask the experts at RELIGION these questions but here is my simple view: 1 A) Both are dominant in China 2 B) Communism is NOT A RELIGION but a economical and political strategy like democracy or free enterprise are not religions....

Geography: World Geography, yunnan province china, where is the golden triangle
yunnan province china, where is the golden triangle, countries of southeast asia: There are about 20 areas with this name around the world; China (rapid economic development), New South Wales agricultural productivity), Canada (gold discoveries), India (holy cities of Bhubaneswar, Konark and Puri), also 12 such named triangles in the USA...

Geography: World Geography, people of southeast asia, world geography
people of southeast asia, world geography, hybrid engines: Hi Madhuri, This one I can answer. The green revolution is the technology of clean air, water and land. Mostly air. This has to do with cars that have hybrid engines, clean buring gas or the development of fuel cells ect... It may some day benefit...

Geography: World Geography, mohammed ali jinnah, siddhartha gautama
mohammed ali jinnah, siddhartha gautama, gotama buddha: [Please always indicate the purpose of the question. Is this for a school quiz, competition, examination or are you writing a book? I am pleased to help always anyway!] 1H India: Hindu 82% 2I SPELLING ERROR IN QUESTION: Caste (NOT Castle !) 3F Pakistan:...

Geography: World Geography, indus valley civilization, indus river valley
indus valley civilization, indus river valley, ganges river valley: 1C) more than seven-tenths when the Indian Subcontinent consists of: 73% India 3287590 km² 18% Pakistan 803940 km² 3% Bangladesh 144000 km² 3% Nepal 140800 km² 2% Sri Lanka 65610 km² 1% Bhutan 47000 km² m% Maldives 300 km² ----------------------------------------------...

Geography: World Geography, world iron ore, deccan plateau
world iron ore, deccan plateau, kolkata calcutta: 1B. Sri Lanka, or Ceylon, was an attractive colony for distant nations because it overlooks the shortest water route between the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal 2A. The wettest area on the SUBCONTINENT is (A) the central Deccan Plateau: 2500 mm (B)...

Geography: World Geography, caste system in india, indian muslims
caste system in india, indian muslims, nation india: 1 False 2 False 3 True 4 True 5 True 6 False 7 False 8 True (some) 9 False (many regions and climates) 10 False ( but a very significant role) 11 True 12 False [For better answers ask each question individually and indicate the purpose of the...

Geography: World Geography, distances between places, world geography
distances between places, world geography, hong kong china: To calculate distances between places on the globe use the practical tool at http://www.indo.com/distance/ which gives. Chittagong - Hong Kong 1485 miles (2391 km) (1291 nautical miles) Initial heading from Chittagong to Hong Kong: east (86.9 degrees)...

Geography: World Geography, shallow earthquakes, volcano eruptions
shallow earthquakes, volcano eruptions, lines of longitude: Hi Madhuri, 1) false 2) True but can also depict other planets too 3) True 4) False 5) True 6) Basically true but can also be caused by explosions like nuke testing. Volcano eruptions and other shallow earthquakes though within the earth s crust are...

Geography: World Geography, cia factbook, minority cultures
cia factbook, minority cultures, english religion: I will not write an essay for you but in such work I would first state similarities like the predominance of Islam and the great rivers where most the folk live. Then the differences comparing or expanding on: - presence of other religions and minority cultures...

Geography: World Geography, gibraltar straits, world geography
gibraltar straits, world geography, geographical factors: A) Most the people in Morocco live on the coast around Casablanca. The coast offers transport links for trading. B) Over the Gibraltar Straits lies Spain. C) Morocco was controlled by the French, till today the language French rather than Spanish or English...

Geography: World Geography, modern european art, population explosion
modern european art, population explosion, animal exchange: Hi Madhuri 1T - occasional drought or flooding! 2T - over 30 different local languages 3T - before Europeans settled there was no substantial trading south of the Zambezi but to the north Arabs traded in the first centuries BC 4F - very few like Swaziland...

Geography: Southern Africa, cold benguela, drakensberg mountain
cold benguela, drakensberg mountain, africa 1: Hi Madhuri 1) The cold Benguela ocean current in the west does not offer as much vapor to the atmosphere as the warmer Agulhas current in the east. Thus the western parts are dry and desert-like and the eastern parts cooler savannas or sub-tropical. Also,...

Geography: World Geography, navigable rivers, world war ii
navigable rivers, world war ii, world geography: Hii Maduri Quiz time again with trick questions? :-) 1 Farms are (C) heavily treated with fertilizer (some) 2 European languages (D) None of these!* 3. Western Europe has (A) many good ports and navigable rivers. 4. After World War II, Western...

Geography: World Geography, indigenous populations, world geography
indigenous populations, world geography, extreme poverty: Hi Madhuri 1) 581.8 million 2) Depends on the population and demographis but on average for the indigenous populations 77% live in extreem poverty and non-indigenous 42% 3) http://earthwatch.unep.net/emergingissues/forests/forestloss.php 4) see the article...

Geography: World Geography, appalachian mountians, rocky mountians
appalachian mountians, rocky mountians, smokestack industries: HI Madhuri, First you cross the Appalachian mountians via the Cumberland Gap and along the Ohio River. You follow the river down to where it enters the Mississippi and then take the rope ferry across to the other side and then across the great plains to...

Geography: World Geography, countries in the western hemisphere, geography question
countries in the western hemisphere, geography question, world geography: Hi Madhuri, I think that NAFTA has had mixed results. I think generally it is good but some sectors have suffered. I know that the government is trying to extend NAFTA to other countries in the Western Hemisphere and I m not sure if this has any value...

Geography: World Geography, continental land mass, papua new guinea
continental land mass, papua new guinea, dark brown skin: Hi Madhuri, 1) A - But most coral islands are also volcanic in nature. 2) C = they are all polynesians but there are sub groups of A and B who are all dark skinned and though polynesians have slightly different origins. 3) The Interior of Australia is...

Geography: World Geography, chinese communist government, population of southeast asia
chinese communist government, population of southeast asia, south east asia: I have answered only five questions in detail here for now. For faster and explained answers, please upload each question individually. 1. False! Only a part of China s coastal plains get flooded yearly by regular 1m to 2m typhoon swells. Further, coastlines...

Geography: World Geography, papua new guinea, line of latitude
papua new guinea, line of latitude, kiribati islands: Hi Madhuri, If you want to send me the T/F questions again, I will try to help. Since these are not test questions. I do help with homework. As for these. 1) It greatly depends on the port they leave from and where in Papua New Guinea they are going...

Geography: World Geography, point barrow alaska, brushtail possum
point barrow alaska, brushtail possum, ross ice shelf: Hi Madhuri, 1) the Ross Ice Shelf because it is in the middle of Summer down there and it is about -2.4 degrees C on average. while it is winter time in Point Barrow and well below -13 degrees below 0 C. However, during the summer months, Point Barrow...

Geography: World Geography, geography question, world geography
geography question, world geography, soil moisture: Hi Madhuri, See my answer #3. If there is no change to the operational limits to cars, trucks etc... even though it costs 2x the current price of gas, I think most people would go for it. It would initially cause inflation but then as the savings from...

Geography: World Geography, world geography, advances in science
world geography, advances in science, technology medicine: Hi Madhuri, 1) They tend to fall behind in technology, medicine, and other benefits of modern life. 2) The US - Longer life, improved quality of life, better food resources 3) Loss of Family togehterness, Disruption of cultural morals, high influx of...

Geography: World Geography, world geography, cultural anthropologist
world geography, cultural anthropologist, short periods: Hi Madhuri, I have lived in Germany, England, Italy, Brazil, Mexico and have visited in many more. So I don t really have a preference. Each has its positives and negatives. As a cultural Anthropologist/Archaeologist/Business Anthropolgist there are many...

Geography: World Geography, edict of milan, early civilizations
edict of milan, early civilizations, teachings of nature: So many questions at once? I have answered simply T or F where I immediately can. If you would like faster service and detailed answers with references, please upload each question individually. Also, most of these questions are more about RELIGION or human...

Geography: World Geography, old postage stamps, world war 2
old postage stamps, world war 2, jungle areas: Really a history question but OK, collecting old postage stamps helps learn about history of regions too! Answer: Japan and Thailand Vietnam: French Colony 1887-1954 Philippines: Spanish Colony 1565-1898 & US Colony 1901-1941 Indonesia Dutch...

Geography: World Geography, tropical rain forest, climate classification
tropical rain forest, climate classification, types of climates: Where is the question in this??? Do you mean: What types of climates exist globally? Answer: I prefer major global zones of climate (therefore vegetation) be defined by the Köppen Climate Classification System . http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/climate.htm...

Geography: World Geography, subtropical zone, cancer and capricorn
subtropical zone, cancer and capricorn, tiaga: Hi Madhuri, So called vegitation zones are a factor of climatic conditions. So for instance starting at the North Pole, you have the Arctic Region where very little grows, The next is the Tundra. Here you have Very Short growing season and permafrost which...

Geography: World Geography, tropical rain forest, cia factbook
tropical rain forest, cia factbook, world geography: Note: we also use the term climatic zone , the climate being that which effects the type of vegetation. B) Both North and South Korea are in a temperate zone. Tip: To get information like this quicker, use wikipedia , cia factbook or any online encyclopedia...

Geography: World Geography, suez cannal, middle east asia
suez cannal, middle east asia, manmade channel: The Red Sea lies between the African Continent and the Middle East/Asia. There is a land bridge between the two called the Sinai Peninsula. At the western edge of the Sinai Peninsula there were a number of lakes and depressions which allowed the French to...

Geography: World Geopgraphy, scandinavian peninsula, southern regions
scandinavian peninsula, southern regions, northern areas: 1) The northern areas of the British Isles have a _higher_ elevation than the southern regions. thern Germany and France have _lower elevations than the southern regions. 3)Most of the Scandinavian Peninsula has a high elevation. 4)Of the two nations...

Geography: World History, old stone age, new stone age
old stone age, new stone age, root plants: The people of the Paeolithic (Old Stone Age) were all hunters and gathers which means that they hunted for their meat using spears, traps, and other techniques and they also gathered foods like nuts, fruit, root plants and vegitation. These were combined...

Geography: World History, geography of mesopotamia, river valleys
geography of mesopotamia, river valleys, nile river: Both are in river valleys which allow for an agricultural base for their economies. Unlike Egypt, Mesopotamia (the land between the two rivers) has two rivers. Mesopotamia lies in the heart of the Firtile Cresent and is also in the center of several trade...

Geography: World History, islam and christianity, sabbeth
islam and christianity, sabbeth, jewish religion: The Jewish religion is the progenitor of both Islam and Christianity. Its laws, including the Ten Comandments, are the basis of western law. Many of the other laws (some 516) are still required today such as washing hands with soap before handling food....

Geography: World History, emporer, one god
emporer, one god, religious beliefs: ]+?The most important difference is that Hebrews only had and have one God. Every other culture of the time in that part of the world were multi-theists. They also had a very strict set of laws and behaviors which are still adhered to by many Jews. Most...

Geography: World History, food stuffs, animal husbandry
food stuffs, animal husbandry, intersecting lines: Donna, Geography played a critical role in the development of civilizations. Most grew up along intersecting trade routes and generally on rivers with agriculture and animal husbandry as the basis of the local economy. These food stuffs along with the intersecting...

Geography: WWII South Pacific, e mail address, japanese naval aircraft
e mail address, japanese naval aircraft, f4u corsair: Candy: I have sent your question on to this e-mail address for further technical aid. Fictional, or not, your project MUST have a basis in reality. g.prather@higher-speed.net. Mr. Prather is a Physicist that is quite knowledgeable...

Geography: wales, far north west, population density
far north west, population density, metropolitan london: The population of Metropolitan London exceeds 7.5 million people making it one of the largest cities in Europe and in the top grouping of cities in the world. This population is in an area of roughly 1350 square miles or an approximate density of over 5000...

Geography: What is water harvesting?, water harvesting, moving water
water harvesting, moving water, stone walls: Water infiltrates soil at a specific rate (usually meassured in inches per minute or similar measure), however, fast moving water not only cannot infiltrate effectively (partly because it is moving) but also because it is not present for a long enough time...

Geography: weather, google, educational level
google, educational level, water sources: Michael: I am NOT sure of your intended goal. Does your question refer to washed clothing hanging on a line in the out of doors? If so, it is the same process that causes water vapor to be extracted from water sources, and moist ground, into...

Geography: wet rice cultivation, wet rice cultivation, subsistence farmers
wet rice cultivation, subsistence farmers, consistent temperatures: Hi Cheryl, Wet rice cultivation requires a great deal of water and consistent temperatures during the growing season. These temperatures need to be tropical but sub-tropical will work too. Wet rice cultivation is generally done in low lands near a river...

Geography: wet rice cultivation, kedah state government, wet rice cultivation
kedah state government, wet rice cultivation, agriculture department: Christina: You may want to access this web address: http://loginnet.passport.com/login.srf?id=2&svc=mail&cbid=24325&msppjph=1&tw=0&fs=1&fsa=1&fsat=1296000&lc=1033&_lang=EN. This is supposed to link with the Kedah Agriculture Department. ...

Geography: How widespread is bocage, battle of normandy, line of demarcation
battle of normandy, line of demarcation, small arms fire: Ian: This is a quite a subject that can have loads of approaches to it. First let us decide that the main subject is the hedge plant called Bocage. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bocage is the first place to start. Then, followed by: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hedgerows....

Geography: windiest place on the west coast of Africa, sahara desert, sahara sand
sahara desert, sahara sand, barchan dunes: Hi Dan, The answer is most likely Morocco. Quoting an entry on 2 August 2006: : .... the windiest city in the world (Essaouira) on the Atlantic coast... from http://chapter5.wordpress.com/tag/the-world/africa/ ....most part of the coastal Namib winds...

Geography: world geography, buddy hackett, protection from enemies
buddy hackett, protection from enemies, castle towns: Kelly: The answer is quite simple. D E F E N S E!!! Protection from enemies when word arrived of an impending attack. Early man made use of the natural features in a given area to locate a permanent settlement. The first consideration...

Geography: world geography, effect weather, world geography
effect weather, world geography, physical geography: Hi Kindra, In southern France you have the Pyrenees Mountians. These mountians effectively block moisture flowing southward from the north and this results in heavier rain falls on the French side of these mountians. On the other side (Spain) it is much...

Geography: world geography, rise of the ottoman turks, nemanjic dynasty
rise of the ottoman turks, nemanjic dynasty, battle of kosovo: You are probably referring to the famous battle of Kosovo. I m giving you a full report written by Thomas A. Emmert from Kosovo: Legacy of a Medieval Battle: In popular interpretation it was defeat at the Battle of Kosovo which brought about the disintegration...

Geography: world geography, world geography, southeastern asia
world geography, southeastern asia, precious woods: Depending of their abondance and technical progress. Wood was the first one for it was the first one available to man, and is still being used. Ubfortunately, uncontrolled usage of precious woods in Amazonia and Afrcan and SouthEastern Asia rain forest...

Geography: world georgarphy, average life span, opec nations
average life span, opec nations, carbon dioxide emission: Agra, Too many questions. Please resubmit but no more then 4 or 5 items at a time. Many of these can be found with a little research of your own on the internet. Go to Google and put in each one and see what you get. That is what I would do for a few...

Geography: world population, current world population, ballpark figure
current world population, ballpark figure, state of washington: I don t know! But, here s something you can do that would get you in the ballpark. Figure the area 1 person would use, standing up (I would expect that this would be around 1 square foot). Multiply this number times the current world population. ...

Geography: world studies (geography), prime meridian, vikram
prime meridian, vikram, equator: Vikram, Since the illustration you are refering to did not come with your question, this is impossible for me to answer. However, the word hemisphere means half a sphere . So this could be the Earth cut at the Equator thus a Northern half and Southern...

Geography: ww1, historical atlas, little space
historical atlas, little space, frontage: Jared: I suggest you constult a historical atlas, and almanac for this question at the Library. The map focuses the issue, and the almanac does the listing. Essentially, Russia lost most of its Baltic frontage, Finland, and part of...

Geography: ..., clock 5, central australia
clock 5, central australia, zone area: Andrea - Time zones are by the hour, not the minute. If it were every minute, there would be 240 time zones in the US instead of just 4, and it would be a LOT harder to figure out what time it was somewhere else. An exception: Central Australia uses...

Geography: -------------------------..., irish sea coast, seaside resort community
irish sea coast, seaside resort community, google search: Ioz: Just to let you know, Blackpool is listed twice via www.mappoint.com. One site concerns the city proper, the other includes the city AND associated environs; as a combined jurisdiction. HOWEVER, www.mapquest.com ALSO lists BLACKPOOL twice....

Geography: anything, book of maps, fly sheet
book of maps, fly sheet, word block: Hi Martin, Some very old books would have a map of the world on the Fly Sheet and End Sheet. These are the inside front and back cover of the book. Some other books would use maps in the word block or interior pages of the book. While an atlas is...

Geography: What did I see?, e mail address, mail box
e mail address, mail box, wind turbines: Eleanor: Who better to ask than the source!!? Thomas J. Baglin Ragingmt@rochester.rr.com Eleanor: Have received reply from source regards your question. Feel this is Not proper to be displayed via AllExperts, as it is more a personal...

Geography: year 12 geography, e mail address, chief meterologist
e mail address, chief meterologist, 10nbc: Questioner: I am supplying an e-mail address for you to pose your question to. Direct your question to Mr. Kevin Williams, Chief Meterologist to respond. You will get an answer. Address is: news@10nbc.com. Thomas J. Baglin Ragingmt@rochester.rr.com...

Geology: 10 questions, precious rock, metamorphic rocks
precious rock, metamorphic rocks, elastic limit: Dear Julio, Here are your answers. 1)Are there any precious rock in space? Precious rock you mean precious metals like gold , silver etc. No......not to my knowledge. However, in our solar system more than 378000 asteroids are present. Out of which...

Geology: 10 questions please, escola americana do rio de janeiro, new rocks
escola americana do rio de janeiro, new rocks, diamond gemstones: 1.DIAMOND IS THE HARDEST MINERAL IN NATURE.Corundum is the next harder to diamond .As per Mohs scale of hardeness diamond is the hardsest -designated number 10,corundum-9----SOFTEST MINERAL IS TALC=1 2.Metaomorphism is the process in which mineral /rock mattwer...

Geology: 10 questions, geological investigations, precious rock
geological investigations, precious rock, archeological study: 1.Astrogeologists will explain further-precious rocks are in other planets also 2Composition ,texture and petrogenetical analysis will reveal the rock identification 3.Archeological study difers and presently few projects are also taking in archealogical-geological.Archealogical...

Geology: 2 questions on rock formation and lava, what is the difference between magma and lava, pressure rocks
what is the difference between magma and lava, pressure rocks, magma and lava: Hi Donna, This is a very large question. Let s see if we can simplify it some. First let s say what a rock is: Generally speaking a rock is made of minerals or other small pieces of rock that have been welded together. How does that welding happen? Just...

Geology: 2Dseismic survey in Iraq;Kurdstan for natural gas, iraq kurdistan, drumheller alberta
iraq kurdistan, drumheller alberta, sedimentary strata: Sounds like an exciting prospect. Natural gas in this area is typically trapped in anticlines. The anticline shapes (concave down) are great for trapping gas reserves against the seal along the roof of the anticlines. The surface roughness (badland-like geometries)...

Geology: Ancient volcanic activity East Coast USA...etc, east coast usa, earth quakes
east coast usa, earth quakes, earth quake: Ashleigh: Rest assured people are paying attention. When I was an undergraduate in Maine we visited to coast of RI and spent a weekend visiting several different sites in the area. The field stops were all led by individuals who had invested in years studying...

Geology: amber, national institute of technology surathkal, fossil resin
national institute of technology surathkal, fossil resin, geology section: Dear Stephan Amber ocurs as irregular nodular fragments in strata of recent geological age.It is deposited under estuarine conditions .Its hardness from 2-to 2.5 and specific gravity 1.1.Amber is a fossil resin used for various purposes as mouth pieces of...

Geology: Best Geology Schools, level geologists, undergrad level
level geologists, undergrad level, dayton university: Jordan: It seems to me that IU is a good geology school. Others in the area might include OSU, University of Dayton, University of Kentucky and others. At the undergrad level look for a program that emphasizes a lot of field experience. Undergrad research...

Geology: The color of minerals, smokey haze, black haze
smokey haze, black haze, rose quartz: Hey Susan.. Great question! You are correct that the color of certain rocks has alot to do with the minerals that it is made of. In that respect you ve almost answered your own question - minerals get their color due to the types of elements that make up...

Geology: diamonds, raeding, engagment rings
raeding, engagment rings, amnh: Maggie - Here are four websites. The last one has links to lots of others. Hopefully these will be helpful to you. Good luck. http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/diamonds/structure.html http://www.sdnhm.org/exhibits/diamonds/facts.html http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/diamonds/index.html...

Geology: drilling engineering-abbreviations, bottom hole assembly, lwd tools
bottom hole assembly, lwd tools, accurate support: Hi Mark, I wish you could send me those abbreviations you are looking for, so I can describe for you, in fact I wanted to send you entire abbreviations charts but due to various copyright issues I can’t send you that charts at the movement, otherwise I...

Geology: drilling, unconsolidated sediments, aquifers
unconsolidated sediments, aquifers, cement: Jessica: Not sure what you are referring to unless you mean the surface casing. Surface casing is set near the surface to mitigate affects on aquifers and to keep the hole from caving in unconsolidated sediments. Rotating and reciprocating this casing...

Geology: Earth movement, conservation of angular momentum, law of conservation of angular momentum
conservation of angular momentum, law of conservation of angular momentum, solar nebula: Niel, Earth s present rotation rate and direction of rotation are inherited from the rotation of the cosmic dust that formed the Sun and planets. As the planets condensed from this rotating disk shaped cloud of dust and gas, each planet acquired its rotational...

Geology: 2Dseismic survey in Iraq;Kurdstan for natural gas, cretaceous age, high mountains
Geology: 2Dseismic survey in Iraq;Kurdstan for natural gas, cretaceous age, high mountains, molasse

Geology: Best Geology Schools, petroleum geology, false information
Geology: Best Geology Schools, petroleum geology, false information, neutron diffraction

Geology: A GIANT GEODO, breat, geode
Geology: A GIANT GEODO, breat, geode, dang

Geology: Granite, uranium decay, granite countertop
Geology: Granite, uranium decay, granite countertop, element uranium

Geology: Gypsum Alabaster, alabaster, rajasthan
Geology: Gypsum Alabaster, alabaster, rajasthan, colours

Geology: Geology, cups quarts, pore space
cups quarts, pore space, sand grains: Fred, The grain size of sand as used by geologists among others runs from 0.0625-2.000 mm so an average sand grain would be 1 mm in diameter. The volume of a single grain would be about 0.6 cu mm. When we pour sand in a container and pack it a bit...

Geology: A GIANT GEODO, rock cavities, hydrothermal solutions
rock cavities, hydrothermal solutions, quartz crystals: Dear Ben Wright-read this from wikipedia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For other uses, see Geode (disambiguation). Geode, halved and polished Geode, halved and polished Geodes in unusual rock formationGeodes (Greek...

Geology: Granite, quartz feldspar, cleaning chemicals
quartz feldspar, cleaning chemicals, mineralogy: Tony: I have never heard this before. I suppose that if there some radioactive mineralogy in the granite then it could be offgassing. I am guessing someone is thinking about radon in this case. I really doubt that there is any interaction between cleaning...

Geology: Gypsum Alabaster, mineral gypsum, jammu and kashmir
mineral gypsum, jammu and kashmir, calcium sulphate: Gypsum is one of the most important non -metallic mineral .Large amounts of gypsum available in Rajasthan,Jammu and Kashmir, Tamil Nadu ,Gujarat,Himacal pradesh and Karnataka.Small deposits ae reported from Andhra Pradesh,Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra Rajasthn=Good...

Geology: green clays / wyoming, green river formation, clay minerals
green river formation, clay minerals, rich clays: Cory, Greetings from Niamey, Most green minerals get their coloration from iron in its reduced state Fe(2). Even though much of the Green River formation may have been deposited in oxidizing conditions, deep burial can result in the recuction of...

Geology: green glassy rock, geology program, meteor crater
geology program, meteor crater, glassy rock: Allison: It sounds like an interesting sample you have. Did you find it is West TN? Where abouts exactly? It could be a tektite or it could be a bit of volcanic glass or it could be some sort of industrial waste. If it is native to west TN then I suspect...