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  • Analysis Of Silver Creek Wetland Complex

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    cold-water habitat and spawning grounds for several varieties of game fish such as brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis), Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Numerous species of birds, such as the Caspian terns (Hydroprogne caspia), the great egret (Ardea alba), the black-crowned night heron (Nycticorax nycticorax), and other waterfowl also favour the staging and feeding grounds that the

  • Different Types of Ducks

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    There were many different types of ducks in these locations but there were only a few I was able to recognize: Ruddy ducks- dive for their food Very easy to spot these ducks because the male has a bright blue bill, the bottom of their head is white and the top is black. The female is not as easy to recognize but the top of its head is a darker brown whereas the bottom is a lighter brown/ white. Mallard- dabbling These ducks are the most common ducks found around New York state. They have a yellow

  • John Audubon's Okay For Now

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    animals, like birds, in John Audubon's book to represent different characters in the book like Doug, his mom, and his dad. Doug, the main character, resembles the Arctic Tern from John Audubon's book of birds. I say this because he feels what the bird is feeling in the picture, here are some examples. Doug describes the Arctic Tern as being all alone when he says on page 19 “He was all alone”. I think Doug can relate to that because he is basically all alone in

  • Kazakhstan: Macroeconomic Overview Essay

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    less than democratic fashion. With an area of 1 million square miles, it is 9th largest country in the world, larger than all of Western Europe. It has borders with Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and adjoins a sizeable part of Caspian Sea. The country is naturally rich in minerals and the extractive industry contributes to majority of

  • The Volga River

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    Russia and flows approximately 3,685 km before creating this delta and pouring into the Caspian Sea. The Volga River also contains a wide variety of flora and fauna. The river is split into 4 different sections: upper, middle, lower and the delta. The Volga basin is divided into four major sections, including the Upper Volga, Middle Volga, Lower Volga, and delta. The delta is within the Volga Delta-Northern Caspian Drainages ecoregion and had a length of about 160 km. The Volga River is under investigation

  • Research Paper On Pizza

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    Pizza is so loved all over the world. In almost every country, there are different flavors of pizza, you can even make one yourself at home. Experts say that pizza is one of those comfort foods for some people. It is also a go-to snack or meal for all ages, and the best thing about them, is that they are simply affordable. However, there is one particular pizza that simply stand out, not just because of its ingredients, but also its price. This pizza that is taking over the World Wide Web at the

  • Essay on Oil Export for a Unified Caspian Oil Conglomerate

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    Oil Export for a Unified Caspian Oil Conglomerate Introduction Oil resources are the focal point of almost all international disputes in the present century as every country needs oil to power its electrical grids, run its automobiles, and operate its machinery. The vast majority of accessible oil lies in the extremely unstable Middle East, whose countries form most of OPEC and have a viable monopoly on oil production and pricing. The troubles caused by this situation thus come to no surprise

  • Essay about My Greatest Accomplishments

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    What's mine is yours. Having lived a year in a student hostel I understood this phrase was the best to describe my first year student life. We shared everything: all of bright spots, all of difficult moments, all of the books and all of the cakes. My roommates are my best friends now and I trust them as I would myself. I believe amazing adventures and close friendship are waiting for us too! Also I believe, my dear roommate, you’ll get at least one new hobby living with me. I promise I’ll share to

  • Ecology: Petroleum and Caspian Sea

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    high level of gastrointestinal diseases and anemia, especially among women and children, infant mortality and birth defects. Depletion and pollution of water resources, and TZ problems associated with intensive development of resources of the Caspian Sea. Kazakhstan belongs to the category of countries with a large deficit of water resources. Currently, water bodies are polluted heavily in mining, metallurgical and chemical industries, utilities and cities represent a real environmental threat

  • The Russian Expansionist Policy And Its Geography Essay

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    The Setting The Russian expansionist policy was a natural corollary to its geography. Situated on the cross road between Europe and Asia, Russia had a position of advantage for expanding its influence in both the directions. As for its own frontier, Russia was in a very unfavourable position. In the north, the Arctic region was frozen for a great part of the year – both in the Tundras and the Seas. On the East, towards the Pacific, the Russians had to come in open contestation with the Chinese empire