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... Antarctica. The Tundra is the second ... Tundra, the Low Arctic Tundra and the Alpine Tundra ... . The latter Alpine Tundra ... Low Arctic Tundra is the transmission ...
Ecology is usually considered a branch of biology, the general science that studies living organisms. Organisms can be studied at many different levels, from proteins and nucleic ...
Features of the Development of the Soviet Economy and Their Effect on Business Culture in Post-Soviet Countries
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Business culture in post-soviet countries has undoubtedly been affected by the period of communism. Although the USSR has collapsed fifteen years ago and communism does not exist ...
Russian Barents Region
... gas. The Arctic Tundra characterizes the northern ... group are protective tundra, water protective and ...
Latvia in Brief Comparison with Norway
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... at high elevations, tundra predominates. Abundant wildlife ...
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The impacts of warming temperatures in Antarctica are likely to occur first in the northern sections of the continent, where summer temperatures approach the melting point of water ...
Distribution of Wetlands in the World
Wetlands are complex and sensitive ecosystems, characterized by a water table at or near the land surface for some part of the year, by soil conditions that differ from adjacent ...
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Official name. Canada. Status. An independent federative state, a member of the Commonwealth, headed by the Queen of GB. Area. 9,976,000 sq. km (3,851,790 sq. mi). Population. ...
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... grassland, deciduous forest, tundra, and wetlands. Canada ...
Bio-Oil Development Opportunities Latvian
Summary World goes mad, because of oil, electricity and natural gas decreasing reserves. Those are three big necessities, three times as many chances to get some goods from them. ...
Tourism in Arctic Regions
While European countries still receive the greatest proportion of tourists in the world, the current rate of arrivals is lower than the world average. In 1985, European countries ...
Permafrost and Soil Fluction
Result of Soil Fluction In geology, solifluction, also known as soil fluction, is a type of mass wasting where waterlogged sediment moves slowly downslope, over impermeable ...
Habitat Scandinavia Eastern Europe Russia Mongolia northern China North America Alaska, USA Norway Greenland Alaska Canada the Cairngorms region in Scotland ...
Reasons for Endangerment One of them is for economic reasons, such as selling body parts and fur of the Grey wolves. Another reason is for sport, hunting, for example. There are ...
Deportations from Latvia and Lithuania
Conclusions The Red Army occupied them in the summer of 1940, and on 14 June 1941, the NKVD (the Soviet secret police, a precursor of the KGB) began to deport potential opposition ...
Transportation Systems of Norway and Latvia
Roads Norway Total: 93,509 km includes 253 km of expressways Excellent quality –Asphalt Concrete Latvia Total: 73,074 km paved: 14,459 km unpaved: 58,615 km (2010) ...