*** Please Read before asking a question*** I don't know anything about multi-purpose river projects, Indian tourism or lumbering in Canada. If you ask, your question will be rejected. I`m a bit of a self-taught expert, as I have traveled throughout most of the world on deployments with the US Navy. I`ve set foot on every continent with the exception of South America and Antarctica. I also seem to have a very good memory when it comes to remembering trivial items such as the capitols of smaller countries. Although Geography comes under the "Homework Help" category by default, I don't answer homework questions. It's YOUR homework, YOU do the research.
Just a lifetime of experience traveling around the world.
B.A. Degree, Chaminade University of Honolulu, Summa cum Laude.
I enjoy visiting different cultures and learning about them
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Geography is a large subject. Google is a great place to start to find specific sites. As far as maps, political geography and other facts and figures, below are some of my favorites. http://www
Yes there is. http://www.chemical-ecology.net/java/lat-long.htm If for some reason putting the direct address doesn't work, type in "Surface distance between points of Latitude and Longitude"
Fortunately, I never had that problem as I spent most of my career in warmer areas. Snow can build up, but it's not much of an issue. What *IS* an issue is ice. When it's really cold, even salt water
Been there, done that. On one of my US Navy trips we went up the inside passage between Vancouver Alaska. Near the southern tip of Alaska where it borders Canada there's Glacier Bay and on the day we
I'm not a meteorologist. Please keep that in mind. Having said that, I don't think the rain is any more intense over water, especially such a short stretch. What I think is happening is that the wind