Citations with the tag: LOCAL geography

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  • what's this?
     // dig; Apr2014, Vol. 16 Issue 4, following p31 

    No abstract available.

  • Orange County Options: ORANGE COUNTY.
    Holley, Steve // Advocate; 1/8/81, Issue 309, p16 

    Focuses on the geography and people of Orange county, California. Geographic contrasts in Orange County; Reason for Orange County to be called a reactionary land; Reactions of gays about Orange County; List of famous people who have emerged from Orange County.

  • Geography of the United States.
    Holley, Steve // Adirondack Daily Enterprise; 6/5/2010, Vol. 117 Issue 133, pA6 

    The article provides geographical information of U.S. states, including Ohio and Oklahoma.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Holley, Steve // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Guinea; Feb2009, p3 

    The article describes the geographic features and climate of Guinea.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Holley, Steve // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Guinea; 3/12/2010, p3 

    The article describes the geographic features and climate of Guinea.

  • Bangladesh Map.
    Holley, Steve // Political Risk Yearbook: Bangladesh Country Report; 2003, p2 

    Presents a map of Bangladesh and its nearby countries.

  • Bolivia Map.
    Holley, Steve // Political Risk Yearbook: Bolivia Country Report; 2003, p2 

    Presents a map of Bolivia and its nearby countries.

  • Correction.
    Holley, Steve // Saturday Evening Post; 12/19/1945, Vol. 218 Issue 26, p68 

    A correction to the article "Portrait of a Fullback," that was published in the December 1, 1945 issue is presented.

  • DID YOU KNOW THIS ABOUT New Mexico.
    Holley, Steve // Monkeyshines on America; Apr2002 New Mexico Issue, p31 

    New Mexico is the only state with two official languages, English and Spanish. The northwest corner of New Mexico is the only point in the U.S. where four states, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah, meet. The White Sands National Monument in New Mexico is one of the world's most amazing...

  • Botswana Map.
    Holley, Steve // Political Risk Yearbook: Botswana Country Report; 2003, p2 

    Presents a map of Botswana including its nearby countries.

  • Ask FACES!
    Holley, Steve // Faces (07491387); Feb2011, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p40 

    The article presents questions and answers related to geography including the geographical status of Hong Kong, China, as a country or a city, the location of the narrowest spot in Central America and the location of point where the upper Mississippi River become the lower Mississippi River.

  • SimplyMap.
    McKay, Peter // Reference & User Services Quarterly; Winter2007, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p133 

    The article reviews the web site SimplyMap, available at http://geographicresearch.com.

  • Land Regions of New York.
    McKay, Peter // Monkeyshines on America; Jul2002 New York Issue, Part 2, Precedeing p1 

    New York is divided into ten land regions. The Allegheny Plateau is the largest of New York's land regions. It is famous for its fertile farming and grazing lands. The Adirondack Mountain region in the northeast is New York's highest area, featuring Mount Marcy, the tallest mountain in the...

  • Omwinwel.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Place Names of Pohnpei Island; 2003, p62 

    This article presents an entry on Omwinwel, rocks in Pohnpei Island. Legend has it that these rocks are two women who were crossing the stream and were attacked and killed by insects. They were turned into the large rocks.

  • Ninloang.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Place Names of Pohnpei Island; 2003, p60 

    This article presents an entry on Ninloang, a large rock and farmstead in Pohnpei Island. As a large rock, it is located in Pehleng Kousapw, Kitti. As a farmstead, it is located in Enipein Pah and Pwudoi Kousapw, Kitti.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Malawi; Oct2007, p2 

    The article presents information on the geographic location of the Republic of Malawi. The country is situated in southeastern Africa, with the Great Rift Valley traversing the country from north to south. Malawi has the third-largest lake in Africa, the Lake Malawi, which comprises about 20% of...

  • PROFILE.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Vanuatu; Oct2007, p1 

    The article presents information on Vanuatu. Its land area is 12,190 sq. km. It has 83 islands. It is about the size of Connecticut. Its capital is Port Vila. The capital's population is 33,700. Another town is named Luganville. Its terrain is mostly mountains of volcanic origin, and made up of...

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Vanuatu; Oct2007, p2 

    The article presents information on the geography of Vanuatu. It is a Y shaped archipelago with 83 islands. It is situated 1,750 kilometers east of Australia. All within the area of the South Pacific called Melanesia, Fiji lies to the east, New Caledonia to the south, and the Solomon Islands to...

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Togo; Jan2005, p2 

    Presents the geographic features of Togo. Boundaries; Varieties of climate; Temperatures from the southern and northern area.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Burkina Faso; Nov2007, p2 

    The article presents the geographic profile of Burkina Faso. The country is located in the agricultural region between the Sahara Desert and the coastal rain forests. A major part of the county lies on savanna plateaus. Annual average rainfall ranges from 25 to 100 centimeters. The period...

  • Making Geographical Clusters More Successful: Complexity-Based Policies.
    Carbonara, Nunzia; Giannoccaro, Ilaria; McKelvey, Bill // Emergence: Complexity & Organization; 2010, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p21 

    In recent years there is increasing evidence of the adaptive failure of geographic clusters (GCs) ranging across the US, UK, and other parts of Europe. To explain success and failure in GCs, complexity science is used. It holds that successful GC evolution happens only if they behave as...

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Carbonara, Nunzia; Giannoccaro, Ilaria; McKelvey, Bill // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Rwanda; Jan2009, p3 

    The article describes the geographic features and climate of Rwanda.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Carbonara, Nunzia; Giannoccaro, Ilaria; McKelvey, Bill // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Rwanda; May2009, p3 

    The article describes the geographic features and climate of Rwanda.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Carbonara, Nunzia; Giannoccaro, Ilaria; McKelvey, Bill // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Rwanda; 8/20/2010, p3 

    The article describes the geographic features and climate of Rwanda.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Carbonara, Nunzia; Giannoccaro, Ilaria; McKelvey, Bill // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Rwanda; 1/3/2011, p3 

    The article describes the geographic features and climate of Rwanda.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Carbonara, Nunzia; Giannoccaro, Ilaria; McKelvey, Bill // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Sao Tome & Principe; Oct2005, p2 

    Provides information on the geography of Sao Tome and Principe. Geographical location; Weather conditions.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Carbonara, Nunzia; Giannoccaro, Ilaria; McKelvey, Bill // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Vanuatu; Oct2008, p2 

    The article presents information on the geographic features of Vanuatu. The country is a Y shaped archipelago composed of 83 islands. The two largest islands in Vanuatu are Espiritu Santo and Malakula, which account for almost one-half of the total land area. These islands are described as...

  • Book reviews.
    Peck, Jamie // Urban Studies (Routledge); Feb95, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p183 

    Reviews the book `Local Geographies of Unemployment: Long-Term Unemployment in Areas of Local Deprivation,' by Graham Haughton, Steve Johnson, Liam Murphy and Kevin Thomas.

  • DOWNHILL YELLOWSTONE.
    Howells, Robert Earle // National Geographic Adventure; Dec2009/Jan2010, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p39 

    The article presents information on Sleeping Giant skiing area of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. It informs that the facilities provided in this skiing area include a triple seat elevator, vertical skiing of 900 feet and a terrain park. The geographic information of this area is also...

  • Lemenkau.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Place Names of Pohnpei Island; 2003, p34 

    This article presents an entry for Lemenkau, a geographical name in Pohnpei Island. It is an islet in the Nan Madol complex. It served as the medical center during the Saudeleur era. At this islet is a pool called Nemwenkau (Pool of Harmful Magic), where people who had been cured received their...

  • Lenger.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Place Names of Pohnpei Island; 2003, p34 

    This article presents an entry for Lenger, a geographical name in Pohnpei Island. It is an island kousapw just northeast of the airport in Nett Municipality; highest point is 77 meters (253 feet). Capelle and Company's principal trading station was located on this island in the 1880s. The...

  • Pahnasang.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Place Names of Pohnpei Island; 2003, p63 

    This article presents an entry on Pahnasang, a populated place on the west side of the Nett Point Peninsula and a farmstead located on the main island road heading south out of Kolonia Town toward the national capital at Palikir in Pohnpei Island.

  • Ponauian.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Place Names of Pohnpei Island; 2003, p88 

    This entry focuses on Ponauian, a small community in Madolenihmw, Pohnpei Island in Micronesia. The name has several variants.

  • Laiap.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Place Names of Pohnpei Island; 2003, p32 

    This article presents an entry for Laiap, a geographical name in Pohnpei Island. It is an island south of Kitti Municipality. Is is also known as Rainbow Island.

  • PROFILE.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Comoros; Jul2005, p1 

    Presents information on Comoros. Geographic features; Demography; Government structure; Economic conditions.

  • PROFILE.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Malaysia; Sep2004, p1 

    Presents information on Malaysia. Geographic features; Demography; Government structure; Economic conditions.

  • Background Note: Venezuela.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Venezuela; Nov2004, p1 

    Presents information on Venezuela. Geography; Demography; Type of government; Economic condition.

  • PROFILE.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Venezuela; Nov2004, p1 

    Presents facts about Venezuela. Geography; Demography; Type of government; Economic condition.

  • PROFILE.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Yemen; Sep2004, p1 

    Presents information on Yemen. Geographical features; Demography; Government structure; Economic conditions.

  • Background Note: Saint Kitts and Nevis.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: St. Kitts & Nevis; Aug2005, p1 

    Presents information on Saint Kitts and Nevis. Geographical location; Demography; Total population; Type of government; International relations.

  • PROFILE.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: St. Kitts & Nevis; Aug2005, p1 

    Presents information on Saint Kitts and Nevis. Geographical location; Demography; Type of government; International relations.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Tajikistan; Oct2005, p2 

    Presents geographical information about Tajikistan. Countries bordering Tajikistan; Mountain ranges; Principal rivers.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Togo; Mar2005, p2 

    Deals with the geography of Togo. Neighboring countries of Togo; Climate in Togo.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Romania; August2005, p2 

    Provides information on the geographic profile of Romania. Topographic features; Climatic conditions; Daily temperature.

  • PROFILE.
    Panholzer, Thomas; Mauricio, Rufino // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Luxembourg; Jul2005, p1 

    Presents information on Luxembourg. Geographic features; Demography; Government structure; Economic condition.

  • MILWAUKEE.
    Pringle, Katharine; F., Henry // Saturday Evening Post; 9/15/1951, Vol. 224 Issue 11, p30 

    Presents information on the city of Milwaukee in Wisconsin. Description of the geographical setting of the city; Total value of manufactured products launched by Milwaukee in 1950; Tourist attractions in the area.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Pringle, Katharine; F., Henry // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Rwanda; Mar2007, p2 

    The article presents information on the geographic features of Rwanda. Its countryside is surrounded by grasslands and small farms. Although located two degrees south of the Equator, the country's high elevation makes the climate temperate. It has two rainy seasons, mainly February-May and...

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Pringle, Katharine; F., Henry // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Sao Tome & Principe; Jan2005, p2 

    Provides information on the geography of the Democratic Republic of S�o Tom� and Pr�ncipe. Location; Area; Cities; Terrain; Climate.

  • PROFILE.
    Pringle, Katharine; F., Henry // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Somalia; Sep2004, p1 

    Presents information on Somalia. Geographic features; Demography; Government structure; Economic conditions.

  • GEOGRAPHY.
    Pringle, Katharine; F., Henry // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Fiji; Apr2007, p2 

    The article presents information on the geographic features of Fiji. The island nation is composed of a number of volcanic islands in the South Pacific. Its two largest islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Every year heavy rains are experienced on the windward sides of the islands. On the other...

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