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Local Beaches
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...Beaches The greater metropolitan Washington area offers families and singles many nearby beach resorts, both in Virginia and the Delmarva Peninsula. Not knowing and educating themselves about the differences between the beaches might cause individuals to choose a vacation spot that doesn’t meet their needs or which could make them feel uncomfortable. I grew up in Maryland, and I can remember when I was younger and summer rolled around, I went to the beaches on the Maryland and Delaware Eastern Shore. The beach resorts consisted of Ocean City, the Bayside of Ocean City, Bethany, Dewey and Rehoboth. Years later when I got married, my husband, who is from Virginia Beach, introduced me... Local...
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Comparison of Beaches and Mountains as Vacation sites
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...Beaches and Mountains as Vacation sites Most employed individuals always face the challenge of choosing an appropriate vacation site. In this period, they look forward to visiting areas where they can enjoy. Mountains and beaches are common choices of most of them. These two places offer a variety of leisure activities depending on their location, and the prevalent climatic conditions. Most people prefer beaches for holiday vacations. This article compares and contrasts these two vacation sites. Climate is one of the most crucial factors to consider before choosing a vacation site. Mountains are characterizes by cold weather, rain, mist and fog. Individuals who are sensitive to cold... Comparison of...
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Oil Spills And Their Affects On Our Beaches
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...Beaches: It is a well documented fact that oil spills can create lasting damage to the oceans, sometimes leadingto irrecoverable losses to marine ecosystems and inhabiting species. In the Exxon Valdez spill that took place two decades back, 258,000 barrels of oil were spilled into Alaska's Prince William Sound. Although only a fifth of the total supertanker got spilled, its impact was devastating. In light of this and similar events, governments across the world have created legislations and regulations to mitigate risk. One such crucial legislation in the wake of the Exxon Valdez disaster was the U.S. Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (OPA ’90), which imposed unlimited... ?Oil Spills and Their Affects on Our...
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Swimming pools
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...Beaches are one of the best ways to relax and release all the tensions. After a hectic work during weekdays every human being would love to relax all his/her muscles and burn out the stress. Having fun and relaxing the muscles is the best way to release the stress. In US there are many beaches like Miami, Minnesota, etc. Sometimes going to beaches is considered dangerous. The reasons are accidental intrusion of sharks and sometimes-strange behavior of birds like seagulls etc. One of the reasons of avoiding beaches is fecal contamination. How beaches are contaminated There are many reasons for beaches being contaminated. "Fecal contamination occurs... HOUSING AND HABITABILITY SWIMMING POOLS...
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Favorite Vacation
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...beaches in Goa, India. This attractive place has thousands of tourists from across the world flocking everyday and it has an effect to mesmerize you and feel nostalgic once you leave the place. Best among others is the climatic condition of the beaches that is almost always soothing and warm. Beautiful churches, old houses, forts and villages endowed with rich history add to the glory of the place that welcomes visitors with heartiness and beauty. Adding to the exquisiteness, the resplendent festivities, cultural reaches and warm hearted people and the delicious cuisine that has its own uniqueness are more than good reasons... ?My favorite vacation One of the best destinations for a vacation is the...
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Reflective essay
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...beaches in the Bahamas are known for their beauty. Some even claim that the waters have healing properties. I, on the other hand, despise beaches. I can enjoy swimming in the pools so obviously it is not the water that repels me. But it is feeling the sand in my hair, ears and other crevices that makes me despise visits to beaches, especially... Reflective Essay: A Trip to Remember Last summer, my family decided to spend our vacations in the Bahamas. I was not too eager about this idea but did not object openly as everyone was super excited. By the end of this vacation, I did learn that not everything is hot and sandy in the Bahamas and vacation turned out to be not so bad after all. The beache...
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Arguments
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...beaches in San Diego are beautiful and famous, and the city has several other attractions such as zoo, wild Animal Park, Sea World, and Balboa Park with all the museums. Similarly, this beautiful city is distinguished for the availability of world-class goods and services, and it is one of the richest and safest cities in the United States. It is important to realize that Forbes magazine has rated San Diego as the fifth-wealthiest city in the United States and the 9th safest city in the top 10 list of safest cities in the nation. (Clemence) The city was also rated in 2006 as the fifth-best place to live in the United States, and there are several favorable conditions for happy and peaceful... ?Arguments...
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Argumentative Research Paper: Issue: Beach Errosion
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...Beach erosion. Beach erosion. GRADE Erosion cannot be regarded as a new phenomenon. It can be defined as the carrying away, of soil or sand by water. Water is the single most important agent in erosion. It has always been in existence and can be considered to be both a good and bad thing. Erosion is attributed with the formation of beautiful beaches that people use for relaxation, dunes, bays and estuaries. All these features would not be in place if it were not for the erosion of land. It is through the erosion of glacial land forms for instance that beaches get their sand in Massachusetts. (“Beach...
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Oceanography Chapter 12
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...beaches are formed is another interesting topic in this book in relation to the transportation... Oceanography There are a number of things that the 12th Chapter has been able to teach me about the ocean and other relating factors. One of the topics that have stood out is the issue of the different types of coasts and influencing factors that have contributed to their formation. These coasts have been formed by the various processes that occur in nature including issues such as the rise in sea levels and erosive forces that also play a part in forming the shape of the particular coastline that they occur in (Garrison 354). One of the more interesting subject in this topic was the relation of the change...
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Urbanization essay 2
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...Beaches The Beaches is a hill-shaped area in the southeastern part of the of Toronto, prominent for its proximity to the long sandy beaches of Lake Ontario. With the attraction of the long stretch of the sandy beaches and other prominent tourist spots like the Kew Garden, the Glenn Stewart Park, the Canada Day Woodbine Park and the landmark RC Harris Water Treatment facility in the farthest east of the neighborhood, The Beaches is needless to say, a veritable tourist attraction. Its unique location, which straddles between the natural beauty of Lake Ontario and the modern, bustling city of Toronto, has earned it a tourist destination reputation not only among nearby Canadian provinces... Profile I: The...
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...beaches, adventurous people would end up heading the beaches for surfing and sailing purposes or diving along San Diego’s coastal beaches and bays (San Diego). As a common knowledge, increasing the number of tourists in the city also means business opportunity for the local citizens. San Diego is also... San Diego is a Great Place to Live Arguable Issue “San Diego is really a great place to live” Claim (Conclusion) San Diego is really a great place to live in Southern California simply because the place is capable of inviting thousands of local and foreign tourists to come in and out of the city. Most people enjoy swimming in the sea water and sun bathing during summer. Because of its wonderful beaches, ...
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SLP: Housing Recreational Areas and Bathing Facilities Disaster Sanitation
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...Beach Water Following the storm Regina, we are advising swimmers and surfers to skip their beach surfing routines in the next few days. Beaches would be temporarily closed to public as the recent test on beach water were found to be contaminated with pathogens and there is an elevated bacteria level due to runoff cause by the recent storm. Exposure to pathogens through accidentally swallowing contaminated water, or through entry into nose, ear and open wounds can cause sickness. Some of the most common illnesses which can be contracted while swimming and or surfing to contaminated water and or when bacteria levels in beaches are beyond normal are Gastroentiritis... ? Illnesses Associated to Contaminated...
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Associated Effects of Beach Grooming on Intertidal Organisms
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...Beach Grooming on Intertidal Organisms By For March 23, 2006 A public beach is the battleground between those wanting to conserve the intertidal organism communities from reckless endangerment and those who feel that their needs should are more important for accessing the beaches for their various seaside activities. There are three goals associated with this paper which include: quantifying the pattern of zonation in sandy beach intertidal organisms, compare density and species diversity in portions of beach that are groomed or not, and, measuring the association of sandy beach invertebrates and kelp wrack. Introduction The importance of measuring the macrofauna... that is evident inside...
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Activities in Los Angeles
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...beaches, and shopping facilities that offer an unbelievable experience for both residents and visitors. There are incredible adventures and cultural experiences in theme parks such as Six Flags Magic Mountain and Disney land. A day trip to theme parks offers an unforgettable experience of absolute amusement and thrill, especially because of their close proximity. Six Flags is for people seeking a thrill in entertainment, Disneyland is more of family-oriented. In the end, the two theme parks offer enough... Activities in Los Angeles Activities in Los Angeles Los Angeles offers too many activities for one to experience in a single lifetime. There are excellent and renowned theme parks, spectacular...
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BHE 314 Mod 4 SLP Environmental Health and Safety
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...Beach Waters Recreational beach water has become one of the most popular and attractive spots for tourists and families around the globe. However, a number of experts have associated beach waters with health risks. In this regard, a number of health organizations are endeavoring for the effective assessment of beach waters that may possess health hazards and waterborne illnesses. In specific, experts take water samples from these recreational beach waters for existence of any bacteria that may cause any waterborne illnesses. Studies have... Running Head: Environment Health & Safety Environment Health & Safety [Institute’s Environment Health & Safety Illnesses caused by Contaminated Recreational Beach...
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BRAZIL
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...beaches along its eastern coastline. The country encompasses a part of Amazon rain forest and displays striking natural beauty. Dazzling beaches, lush green forests and ever awake nightlife comes together to make Brazil a magical land... ?Brazil Brazil is a country for all; it allures the travellers and the business seekers with equal intensity. Brazil is the largest South American country and fifth largest in the world in terms of both population and geographical area. Besides it is the eighth largest economy of the world. Considering its large size the country demonstrates interesting and beautiful natural diversity. In the east Brazil is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and has a number of beautiful...
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Vacation place
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...beaches from which you can have the best sceneries ever (Baginski, 2013). The place attaches itself to the coast by a narrow isthmus and lies across the bay. The landscape dates back to the 15th century with unique... Aman Svet Stefan offers the best for a vacation Aman Svet Stefan offers the best for a vacation Europe makes one of the continents that incorporate the Western most peninsulas regarding Eurasia. The scenery dividing the place from Asia encompasses the Ural watershed divides and the Caucasus Mountains, the Black seas and the Caspian, the Ural River, and the Bosporus waterway that connects the Black and Aegean Seas. Aman Svet Stefan stands out as the best island in Europe having pink sandy...
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Bar built estuaries
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...beaches found between estuaries and oceans. Barrier spits and barrier islands are located between estuaries and oceans. As barrier beaches get formed they partially encircle the estuary allowing only small inlets to allow contacts between estuaries and ocean waters. Bar-built estuaries usually get formed over gently sloping plains placed along tectonically stable boundaries of marginal sea coasts and continents. The barrier beaches that encircle bar-built... assignment is due Estuaries are partially enclosed water bodies where the freshwater from the land get mixed with the incoming water from the sea. Examples of estuaries are salt marshes, swamps, bays and sloughs. Estuaries give a transition from...
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Puritan tiger beetle controversy
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...beach regions, has been classified as endangered species because of reduced population level of the insects... Puritan Tiger Beetle Controversy In all living ecosystems, different organisms including human beings and animals interact in a certain way to ensure that the system is balanced. This way, the chances of survival for the occupants of the ecosystem in question are not compromised. However, due to the changes in environmental conditions, coupled with pressure on the existing resources, some living organisms have been endangered forcing environmentalists and ecologists to develop methods of preserving such organisms. In this regard, Puritan Tiger Beetle, a family of insects that mostly occupy beach ...
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Book Revew
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...beaches. More than simply discussing the problem of erosion along our beachfronts, she discusses the significant problems humans have introduced to the shoreline as they have built up structures from which they might enjoy the shoreline and then attempted to protect this from a strongly uncaring sea. The author states the purpose of the book within the introduction as being an attempt to get Americans to think about the way in which they’re using the country’s coastal properties and to encourage them to leave the beaches to nature as a means of reducing both environmental and personal... Against the Tide Book Review Against the Tide by Cornelia Dean is a book about the dangers that face America’s...
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Bar built estuaries
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...beaches found between estuaries and oceans. Barrier spits and barrier islands are located between estuaries and oceans. As barrier beaches get formed they partially encircle the estuary allowing only small inlets to allow contacts between estuaries and ocean waters. Bar-built estuaries usually get formed over gently sloping plains placed along tectonically stable boundaries of marginal sea coasts and continents. The barrier beaches that encircle bar-built... assignment is due Estuaries are partially enclosed water bodies where the freshwater from the land get mixed with the incoming water from the sea. Examples of estuaries are salt marshes, swamps, bays and sloughs. Estuaries give a transition from...
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Vacation in Thailand (Special Occasion Speeches)
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...beaches. IV. Thai cuisine A. Some say that Thai food is not that good. B. Wide variety of Thai dishes... Thailand I. Introduction A. Brief background of Thailand. B. One will experience the warm hospitality of Asia. C. Thailand is called the “Land of Smiles” for its warm, accommodating people. II. Length of Stay A. Consider the number of days to stay in Thailand. B. One should know the length of travel flight. C. Thailand is a good location even when one is single, partnered, or with family members. III. Food, accommodations, weather, and resorts A. There are cheap hotel accommodations in the country. B. Food is not a problem. C. Tropical weather should be expected. D. Thailand has some world-famous...
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Vacation in Thailand(Special Occasion Speeches)
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...beaches. IV. Thai cuisine A. Some say that Thai food is not that good. B. Wide variety of Thai dishes... Thailand I. Introduction A. Brief background of Thailand. B. One will experience the warm hospitality of Asia. C. Thailand is called the “Land of Smiles” for its warm, accommodating people. II. Length of Stay A. Consider the number of days to stay in Thailand. B. One should know the length of travel flight. C. Thailand is a good location even when one is single, partnered, or with family members. III. Food, accommodations, weather, and resorts A. There are cheap hotel accommodations in the country. B. Food is not a problem. C. Tropical weather should be expected. D. Thailand has some world-famous beac...
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International marketing (report 1)
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...beaches but still sport in the snow, through jungle, and in cold waters. It is possible to sell surfboards in the Australian market because the geography supports the sporting activity. Australia is a big country ranking sixth in the world by total area. It comprises of mainland, the island of Tasmania, and other smaller islands. Australia states are highly populated with the Eastern States carrying a higher percentage of the population. According... Surfboards Marketing in Australia Report Geography Surfing is a sporting activity that allows surfers to ride onwaves as they break. Surfing is among the simplest sporting activity that requires a brave athlete plus a surfboard. Surfers prefer warm beaches...
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Major Engineering challenges faced in Palm Island in Dubai
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...Beaches in Dubai are artificial islands made by man. It is essentially a city that floats. There are numerous pubs, restaurants, theatres, hotels and shopping malls in these islands, so it qualifies as a good attraction for tourists. Construction of the Palm Beaches is an excellent example of offshore engineering. “Offshore Engineering…deals exclusively with the engineering of devices & equipments such as marine foundations for bridges above rivers, mooring systems, deep ocean mining, offshore pipelines, offshore cables, oil rigs structures…” (Balu). The offshore... C.Culliford, of engineering communication  From :Lubna Alnuamani  Major Engineering challenges faced in Palm Island in Dubai The Palm...
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Puerto Rico
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...beaches, underground caves and mountainous. The island is full of freshly supplied water from its rain forest (Dietz 84). My academic course and personal experience were enhanced after I watched an event portraying Puerto Rico’s history and landscape. Part of my academic course entails studying tourism and tourist attraction sites. According to my personal experiences, I have always been fascinated with tourist sites. Through my research, I gained information on some places around the world which tourists categorize to be the most... Puerto Rico On the East part of Caribbean, there is an island called Puerto Rico, which has San Juan, as its capital. Puerto Rico has a large rain forest, sandy-white...
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Illustration essays
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...beaches, dazzling landscapes, charming mountains and its rich cultural heritage. If one is in search of a place where one intends to have an ideal vacation, then Jamaica should be included in that list. The third largest island in the Caribbean, Jamaica is located south of Cuba and west of Haiti. It is named after the Native American word Xaymaca, meaning "isle of springs", which is a precise description of the island (Mapsofworld , par.1). Jamaica is known for its tropical climate with warm sunshine and cool breezes (IIWINC , par.2). The Jamaicans are very hospitable... Jamaica What used to be a Spanish colony is now a famous destination of tourists because of its spectacular sun-drenched beaches, ...
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Beach Sediments
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...Beach Sediments Beaches are dynamic forms of land that are constantly changed by the waves and the wind in a continuous cycle of formation and erosion. It is a gently sloping zone made up of unconsolidated sediments subject to wave action at the shore of an ocean ("The Columbia Encyclopedia" 4642). These beach sediments are a complex mixture of different minerals or organic particles such as gravel, sand and cobble fragments. Most of these sediments, about 80 to 90 percent, that make up a beach come from river sediments; the rest comes from the erosion of highlands near the coast. Some beaches are built to...
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Impacts of Marine Litter
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...beaches and coasts, leading... Contents Impact of Marine Debris Impact on Wildlife -----------------------------------------------------------------------------2 2. Impact on the Environment -------------------------------------------------------------------2 3. Impact on the Economy -----------------------------------------------------------------------3 Marine debris, constituted of plastics and other synthetic, non-biodegradable materials, poses a serious threat to marine wildlife, the environment and the economy. 1. Impact on Wildlife. The main danger to wildlife is from the ingestion of plastic debris and entanglement in packaging bands, ropes and drift nets. Marine wildlife ingests plastic debris...
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History of Eastern United States coast barrier islands land change
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...beaches are reefs of sand whose responsibility is to protect the mainland shore against storm waves that come from the ocean as they are likely to destroy the beaches or carry away people on the shore (Cooper, Orrin, William and James 2011, 17). For a long time of period, they have been isolated and uninhabited as they are considered as being risky to human beings according to Fraser and Pilkey (2003, 26 ) . It was hard for people to travel to other places hence the great transformation that came with the barriers. Railroad and turnpike bridges were built to enable the people cross... History of Eastern United s Coast Barrier Islands History of Eastern United s Coast Barrier Islands The barrier...
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Papper 2
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...beaches and wetlands. Consequently, as a result of the spill, eleven people lost their lives, individuals lost their jobs and received significantly lower income thus risking their ability to support themselves and violating the right of subsistence. Despite BP cleanup effort, the negative effect of oil spill can be seen everywhere. Even two years after the spill, new repercussions are continuing to emerge and scientists suggest that a true impact may... not be seen for another ten years. The explosion at Deepwater Horizon can be traced back to several key missteps by all the companies involved. Their actions, purposefully or not, changed the lives of many individuals and ultimately...
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Sports tourism
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...beaches, fields, and tracks. Professionals I would hire for this program are domestic guides, translators, trainers, experienced sports supervisors, professional hotel managers, auditors, physical educators and assistants. Students are more familiar with sporting and vacation experiences, which intensifies or broadens their demand for holiday experiences (Peric, 2010... Sports Tourism Sports Tourism A holiday sports event would be an incidental sports tourism initiative. In this event, sports is both a minor and substantial factor as the overall purpose is a prearranged vacation. Fans and spectators of sports such as soccer, volleyball, cycling, and swimming will partake in these exercises in open...
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Ecotourism and Sustainable Travel Final Project: Country
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...beaches (TripAdvisor, 2012). Here, they will enjoy sunbathing on the white sands as they enjoy the rich culture of the locals. They will spend at the Sarova Whitesands Hotel Lodges in Mombasa before leaving the following day. DAY 7 The tourists will leave back to Nairobi. They will travel by road to see more of the beautiful natural ecosystem of the country through from Mombasa to Nairobi. The travel takes around ten hours. Therefore, they will enjoy their day. They will then arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta International... Friday November 21, Amanda Di Ponio Ecotourism and Sustainable Travel Final project: Kenya Introduction The tour will take place in Kenya, which is an African country found in East...
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Sustainable tourism
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...beaches, adoption... ?Sustainable Tourism Tourism is a major source of revenue for countries with substantial tourist attraction features like beautiful scenery, good sporting sites and all-year-round favourable climate. People normally travel to experience new and different cultures, surrounding, or just to relax. During winter, people from countries in the in the polar region usually visit the tropics to enjoy the warm sunny conditions prevailing in these regions. However, extensive researches in various countries which are tourist destinations reveal that tourism has had both negative and positive effects on the environment and the communities. Positive impacts According to Honey (1999), tourism is a...
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Langkawi Island
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...beaches were one of the highlights of my trip there. I have to say that it is unusual to experience rainforests and beaches all on one stretch of island, but the blend is perfect for exploring... Langkawi Island Known as the Jewel of Kedah, Langkawi is comprised of 104 islands in the Malaysian of Kedah. The region is a tourists paradise, with tourism accounting for much of Langkawis recent popularity. I experienced the wonder of Langkawi for myself in 2006 when I went there for my honeymoon. I was suitably impressed with the stunning scenery and vast rainforests that made me feel like I was in some kind of adventure movie. Apart from rainforests, Langkwai also had much else to offer. The many popular be...
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My Trip
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...beaches along with hills that were covered with jungles and being a 16 year old I loved swimming in these beaches and exploring the hills (TripAdvisor, 2013). Figure 2: Dreamland Park Egypt The most exciting place for me... My Trip When I was 16 years old and in the summer session of (year) I went on a world tour and the regions that I visited includes: Malaysia, Egypt, Thailand and United Arab Emirates. This paper will focus on one best place that I recommend everybody to visit if the visit any of these places in their lives. Figure 1: Langkawi The best tourist attraction of Malaysia for me was Langkawi, this place happened to amuse me the most in Malaysia because it consisted of lush white beaches ...
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Green Sea Turtles
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...beach on which they were born. It is wonderful how they find their natal beaches. This beach is called the natal beach to reach which the nesting females have to cover long distances which may be as long as 800 miles (Smith, Dauncey & Goodall, 2007, p.127) from feeding grounds... for the Hawaiian green sea turtles. They can move along the coasts of the Hawaiian island to their natal beaches that may be located 800 miles far away in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Male turtles accompany their female counterparts when they are migrating to the natal beaches in late springs. Mating occurs at the shores of the natal beaches. Mating does not...
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D-Day
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...beaches at Normandy France. The beaches were dubbed Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword, the code names given for the purposes of the operation ("World War II" D-Day"). As they hit the shores, they moved massive amounts of men and armament ashore. The initial assault involved 133,000 men that would increase to 850,000 by the end of June ("World War II" D-Day"). The landing was aided by the recently produced temporary "seagoing harbors" that had... D-Day On the night of June 5 and June 6 1944, Allied forces launched the greatest armada ever formed to begin the liberation of Europe in World War II. The operation would eventually involve more than 4000 ships, 3000 warplanes, and over 4 million troops...
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Affection of the Rising of the Sea Level on Global Warming
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...beaches that protect the properties along the coast from storm waves. A rise in sea levels also increases flooding along the coast from rainstorms because low areas drain slowly as sea levels rise. Wetlands are often found in low-lying locations, and might be converted into habitats of high value to deep waters (Workman 5). Wetlands and estuaries are of importance to low-lying areas since they help in protection against flooding... ?Introduction Global warming has been defined by various scholars as the rise in heat of the earth’s ambiance and its expected continuation resultingto the earth’s surface temperatures increasing (Maslin 2). The issue of global warming has aroused a variety of problems in...
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Obscure Country Research Project
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...beaches, forests and a rich flora and fauna. Bangladesh has the longest continuous stretch of beaches which extend for around 74 miles. Along with the beaches the Chittagong Hill tracts are a sight which every tourist would want to see. These forests extend with the beaches over a large area. The flora and fauna are appreciated by many tourists who visit Bangladesh... ? Obscure Country: Bangladesh School Bangladesh Neighbouring Countries Bangladesh is a country located in the Southern Asia which came into being in 1971 after West Pakistan split from it. It was formerly known as East Pakistan when Pakistan received its independence from British Raj. In the southeast, Bangladesh is bordered by Myanmar...
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The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Analysis
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...beaches around the actual source of spill, the oil could flow with the water current and move... The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Analysis Situation British Petroleum is responsible for one of the biggest oil spills to in the history of America. It has been caused by an explosion at the oil rig Deepwater Horizon which happened on 20 April 2010. “The Flow Rate Technical Group estimates that, since then, oil has been leaking into the Gulf at a rate of 35,000 to 60,000 barrels (5,600 to 9,500 cubic metres) of crude oil per day.” (Turner 2010). None of the efforts that the company is making to stop the disaster are bearing fruit. The various chemical methods used for the cleanup operation are themselves...
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Contemporary environmentally ethical dilemma in the business world
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...beaches by private conglomerates only satisfies the purpose for profit of a few individuals. The public, who remains to the greatest recipient of these beaches, in the end, suffer from the wanton destruction of these beaches. Another approach to examine the issue of morality... Contemporary Environmentally Ethical Dilemma in the Business World Introduction There are impending threats to the oceans of Florida these past decades due to unprecedented and irrational coastline overdevelopment, global warming, pollution, and relentless fishing practices. In a news reported by NRDC entitled “Oceans should be top priority for Florida” (CDNN 2006), the glaring problems on Florida’s coastlines have been...
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Assume the responsibility of the director of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). List the most important actions for dealing
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...beaches. As much as this can have additional benefits of improving tourism and promoting recreation, it would also ensure that the water bodies around the beaches are clean. Finally, there should... ?ACTIONS FOR DEALING WITH WATER AND AIR POLLUTION Introduction Water and air are two of the most precious gifts of nature. Because of their extreme importance, water and air makes up a very large percentage of all matter. Whiles air is primarily used by living organizations for breathing, water plays agricultural, domestic, industrial, transportation, energy among other roles. It is imperative therefore that every effort is put in place to preserve and keep these two gifts of nature from pollution. Dealing...
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Saving Private Ryan
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...beach with his family. He is clearly experiencing many different memories, and the modern world around him scarcely exists... The Point of View of the Soldier in Saving Private Ryan Saving Private Ryan is regarded as a great war film for a number of reasons. One of the main ones is that it creates a unique, often nightmarish vision of war form the point of view of the ordinary soldier. This is a film about war at the ground level, rather than from the perspective of the generals. This essay will show how Steven Spielberg uses different views to create a memorable view of the momentous occasion of D-Day in 1944, and its aftermath. The film starts with a scene in which an old man walks along a Normandy bea...
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Village Hotels
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...beaches everyone likes to visit these hotels. Couples... Village Hotels After working hard in the weekdays every person wants to relax in weekends at a heavenly place. Though we can’t go to heaven the corporate and real estate world brought the heaven to earth in the form of hotels, resorts, health clubs, etc. One of these is a village hotel. There are many village hotels around the world. Lets look at the facilities they provide for their customers. Individuals These are the people who work hard the whole week and come to hotels to relax and leave the hotel afresh. The hotel fares are affordable. Hotels in places like Cardiff offer a single room for 50 euros. Since it has bea...
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Great Lakes Dangerous Currents
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...beaches, visitors still have to exercise caution while enjoying their holidays around these natural sceneries. These lakes develop substantial water currents which pose a danger to swimmers and other merry... ? GREAT LAKES DANGEROUS CURRENTS Outline – Great Lakes Dangerous Currents A. Introduction a. Dangers of the Lakes b. Nature of Currents c. Causes of Death B. Dangerous Currents a. Lake Michigan b. Formation of Dangerous Currents c. Facts about Dangerous Currents C. Precautionary Measures a. Safety Signs b. Lifeguards and Patrol Persons c. Relevant Research Projects D. Conclusion Introduction Dangers of the Lakes Despite the fact that Great Lakes are known for their aesthetically pleasing and serene...
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About german
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...beaches. In the frequent sauna bathing suits are not used. This goes for the elderly as well. These three traits are admirable because of the order and self-confidence the Germans seem to possess. The efficiency is admirable because if something is worth doing the Germans do it right... Three characteristic or stereotypes about Germans are their efficiency, obedience, and love for nudity. These traits can be found all across Germany.Germans only do things efficiently from cleaning litter to manufacturing. Germany has many laws. As a result Germans obey crossing lights, littering laws, and other laws. Germans also feel bathing suits are optional. Nudity does not bother them. All ages will sunbath on...
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...beach vacation. Tropical beach vacation is by far now the most popular type of vacation, as many people love the whole fun that comes with visiting many of the coastal features and the side of huge amount of water. Majority of the rich also loves to unwind from the busy job routines by taking a vacation with the family as a way of relaxing, and many of them prefer the site seeing outing of the tropical beaches. Vacation is way all a matter of having fun and relaxing, thus despite the different types that individuals rate as the best, the important thing is to what extent it comes with the goal of having fun and relaxing.... Information Essay Map Assignment Environmental issues: Today the world is faced...
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...beach. Earlier on in 1944 the island had been occupied by the nearly around 11,000 Japanese who had come from 14th Infantry Division as well as some Okinawan and Korean. Colonel Nakagawa hoped to use the highest points in Peleliu to his advantage against the enemies. (Sloan, Bill, 24) Even with these changes in operations that had been hatched by the Japanese, the Americans did not change their plans. They went ahead to land in the beaches close to the airfield... BATTLE OF PELELIU The history of the Pelelieu battle begins with the decision that was made by the Japaneseto disrupt the landings at the edges of the waters and to focus on the land. This was meant to avoid trying to the enemy at the beach....
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...Beaches Marking Criteria Mark Structure appropriate sections,references, etc.) 10/ 10% Quality of Material ( is the referenced material of suitable quality/standard to be included in the abstract) 25/ 25% Scope of Material ( does the abstract cover the pertinent material) 23/ 25% Structured Argument ( is there a logical progression and development of ideas in the abstract) 13/ 15% Informative ( have you learned something from reading this abstract) 25/ 25% Awarded Mark: 96/ 100% Comments / Feedback Overall, the paper accurately addressed the topic Sediment Dynamics on Mixed Beaches. It was a thoroughly referenced paper... Coasts Assessment Performa Extended Sediment Dynamics on Mixed Beaches ...
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