Island Essays & Research Papers

Best Island Essays

  • Easter Island - 1585 Words
    In Jared Diamond's "Twilight at Easter," we travel across the mysterious Easter Island as he describes the most intriguing fact about this place: the island consists of monolithic stone statues that had once been found all over the island despite the apparent lack of means to create them or ways of transporting them to their different coastal locations. This central mystery of standing statues had been explored since the earliest recorded European contact by Jacob Rogeveen in 1722. While the...
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  • deserted island - 1113 Words
    Deserted island My name is Lisa. This year I’m thirteen years old. I live in Queenstown, New Zealand. My house is a villa near the sea because my parents like sea, and from my bedroom you can see the best view of the sea. It seems to me that toward evening, the sea is the most beautiful, and usually at that time I just sit down near the window and enjoy the scene. I have a sister called Rosely, she is one year older than me. Our personalities are quite similar, so we are very good friends,...
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  • Desert Island - 312 Words
    Surviving on a Desert Island Sometimes when I am daydreaming, I think about far off places, such as the beautiful uninhabited islands in the South Pacific. I imagine myself being shipwrecked on one of these islands, the way actor Tom Hanks was in Castaway. Probably I’ll never be stranded on a desert island, but if I were, I would like to have three things with me: Machete, Fishing Line, and A lighter The first thing that I would like to have is a machete. A machete will help...
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  • Pangkor Island - 1110 Words
    Have you ever heard Pangkor island before? If popular global destinations are generally what you look for in an overseas trip, chances are Pangkor Island in Malaysia won't make it in your itinerary list .However, there are many beautiful islands within Malaysia.Today , I would like to talk about pangkor island. Pangkor, with its charming mix of fishing settlements and resorts, is a fascinating and convenient holiday destination. It presents the visitor with a rare chance to live near fishermen...
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  • Learner Record of Anutan Island
    Learner record of Anutan’s This is a very small Island that is just half a mile in diameter and is one of the thousand islands that make up Melanesian nation of the Solomon Islands. Anuta Island has been known as ‘te fatu sekeseke’, the slippery stone, due to it being such a small spot in the ocean. The population of the island was under three hundred. This tribe really spoke to me there was so many aspects of their lives I thought were so fascinating. When meeting the chef there was a...
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  • The Desert Island Problem - 574 Words
    The ss Minnow was a little cruise ship manned by a small crew and several groups of passengers. It was caught in a tropical cyclone which blew it thousands of miles off course for several days. In the second day of the storm, the radio and all communication means were destroyed after the ship had sent out a distress call, expressing the fear that the ship would go down. Many days later, after the ship had been tossed through the South Pacific, the ship ran aground on an island which the Captain...
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  • All the disappearing islands Outline
     WR 98: Intro to College Reading & Writing Outline for “All the Disappearing Islands” A. Paragraph 1: Introduction Julia Whitty writes about the amazing beauty of Tuvalu Islands B. Paragraphs 2-3: General Idea The general idea is the environmental and cultural impact of melting ice caps on the nation of Tuvalu. Global Warming could cause the sea to expand and rise faster than the corals could fortify themselves against it and Tuvalu could disappear beneath the waves. This not...
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  • The Tale of the Unknown Island - 1598 Words
    A Critical Analysis of ‘The Tale of the Unknown Island’ by José Saramago. | EN4903 | By Mr Drew Eaglesham | A Critical Analysis of ‘The Tale of the Unknown Island’ by José Saramago. ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Kirkus in 2010 called this story ‘a mischievous and thoughtful satire on ruling elites and bold dreamers, cast in the form of revisionist fairy-tale.’ This review could easily be applied to another story...
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  • Island of the Blue Dolphins - 646 Words
    The book that I chose to present as my book talk was Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell. The genre of this book is fiction. There are many characters discussed in Island of the Blue Dolphins: Karana is the main character. She is a teenage girl whose father is the ruler of the island Chowig is the ruler of the island in the beginning of the story. He has a son and a daughter, Karana and Ramo Ramo is Karana’s brother and Chowig’s son. He is a young boy around the age of 10....
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  • My Favorite Place: The Virgin Islands
    Rachel Fraser English 1102 Diebert September 12, 2013 My Favorite Place As I walked into the room filled with vivid colors and sweet smelling perfume, a taste of freshness and rejuvenation captured my attention. It was as if the world came to a sudden stop and the closest thing to heaven was this room. The lights created an array of scenes that suddenly became blinding. I closed my big brown eyes for a second, and opened them up again. I looked outside at the vibrant sun causing beams of...
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  • Anti- Asian Riot on Solomon Island
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  • My Desert Island Day One
    My Desert Island – Day One Dear Diary, Today is the very first time I’ve ever made a diary; it’s also the first time I’ve ever been stranded on a desert island. I know this sounds really cheesy but this is how my life was turned upside down. A week ago on Monday was my usual day, wake up, have a shower, nip to the shops, then go to school, then after school hang out with my friends for a bit then go home. It was almost 5 o’clock when I got home and my mum usually would’ve shouted at me for...
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  • Visual & Graphical Elements of the Baderman Island Website Analysis
    We selected the Baderman Island website as the focus for our team project. We felt the website had a number of photos and graphics that had some complexity to them. This provided a wealth of images for much discussion and analysis. Although the website does well in some areas to convey the beauty and atmosphere of Baderman Island, it also falls short in other areas and fails to show consistency. This paper will examine the use of colors, photographs, graphics and text and image composition...
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  • Geo Fieldtrip Report High Island Reservoir
    In the High Island Geopark area, there is some coastal management. East dam of High Island Reservoir is located in the southeast of Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, the waves with the greatest energy break along the southeastern and eastern coast, causing the strongest erosion. Because the strongest prevailing wind is from the southeast and east and the longest fetch is also from the southeast and east as the coast is exposed to the sea which is Pacific Ocean. As East dam of High Island Reservoir is...
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  • My Vacation to Langkawi Island with My Family
    My vacation to Langkawi Island with my family Assalamualaikum, On previous holidays, my family and I have been travelling to the island of Langkawi. We were there for 4 days and 3 nights. Before we were on holiday there, my mom and dad were on vacation Kedah first. When they had been there, me and my other family members went to vacation on the island of Langkawi. We arrived in island in the evening. We did not check in the hotel first, but we went to first destinations our is Cable Car....
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  • Compare and Contrast The Two Poems "Island Man" and "The Fringe Of The Sea"
    Compare and Contrast The Two Poems "Island Man" and "The Fringe Of The Sea" I recently read two poems entitled "Island Man" and "The Fringe Of The Sea". They are both similar in theme, but they also have many differences. Both poems are based on the emotions of people who live near the sea and their feelings towards it. This theme relates to both of the authors, and connects them; the author of "The Fringe Of The Sea", A.L. Hendricks, was born in Jamaica and later in life moved to Britain....
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  • Initial Reactions to the Brave New World
    Brave New World As man has progressed over time there has been one thing strived for more than anything else. That has been to arrive at a utopian society, where everyone is happy, disease is nonexistent, and conflict, anger, or sadness are unheard of. In a utopian society only happiness exists. While reading Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, I came to realize that this is not what humans really want. In fact, utopian societies are much worse of than the societies of...
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  • Movement of a pre historic culture The Nebulosa Chain
    Introduction The Nebulosa Chain is a chain of Islands that stretch from the Digitus Peninsula of Illysium to Obscurata at the East. The Islands were formed by volcanoes and are named after the thick fogs that surround the area caused by warm and cold currents running through the area. These two nations have been in a constant feud and frontier dispute because of this and the fact that the two nations speak different languages there is not a lot exchange in information between them. The people...
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  • Ethics in the Workplace - 1223 Words
    Good ethics is essential in the workplace to have a good, working environment. Many companies now enforce ethics training, in hopes that the good ethics will rise above bad ethics. But in too many cases that does not happen. It is important to enforce good ethics in the workplace so that trust may be a result. Employers must be able to build trust around their employees and visa versa. Employees must also be able to trust fellow employees. When bad ethics are being displayed by an...
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  • Langkawi - 317 Words
    First paper Title : Visit to Langkawi Island, Kedah Topic sentences : 1. Best places in Langkawi Island 2. Activity must do in Langkawi Island 3. Culture in Langkawi Island Beautiful beach Second paper Snorkeling, fishing, diving and etc. Tomb of Mahsuri, the field of burnt rice and etc. Sightseeing Activity must do in Langkawi Island A lot place to shopping Cable car Best places in Langkawi Island Visited all history places Paddy field Culture...
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  • Comparison And Contrast - 615 Words
    Comparison and Contrast “A dream and real vacation” Siti Aisyah Othman Afiqah Izzati Abd Hamid Nursyasabila Syaza Budget Facilities Environment A real Vacation (Malaysian Island) - Affordable - Same currency - Concept of village - The equipment (rental) - Beauty of the nature - Temperature - Friendly society A dream vacation (Maldives Island) - More expensive - Different currency - Guest Villas - Beauty of the nature - The equipment ( Included in the - Temperature package) - Friendly...
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  • Effects of infrastructure - 473 Words
    Importance of Infrastructure in the Pacific Infrastructure links people to services, markets and jobs and helps people to live healthy and productive lives. It supports economic activity such as agriculture, fishing and the trade of goods and services, and assists with the delivery of health and education services. In some Pacific countries up to 60 per cent of the population have no access to safe drinking water; up to 70 per cent have no sanitation services and up to 85 per cent have no...
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  • American Imperialism Modified DBQ Essay
    From the mid 1800s to the early 1900s the United States expanded their territorial control. Analyze the role that Imperialism played in American foreign policy. Discuss what the United States gained and if America lived up to the ideals of Democracy, Opportunity, Liberty, Rights and Equality. REQUIREMENTS: 1. Specifically refer to at least 2 documents (include source and the year to cite) 2. Write about 3 different countries. 3. Use 10 key vocabulary words ...
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  • Year 11 English Assessment Task
    Year 11 English Assessment Task- Belonging Text 1: The Island by Armin Greder: Armin Greder’s ‘The Island’ is a picture book published August 2007, explores the negative aspects of belonging through alienation an outsider’s perspective of not belonging. The text uncovers an undesirable experience particularly the migrant experience. It follows a strange man entering a foreign island where he is unwelcomed and quickly judged based on his appearance. The cover of the book shows an intimating...
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  • Science Investigatory Project - 1684 Words
    Chapter 1 * Abstract * Orange , Pineapple juices and other types of beverages are the usual drinks we find as typical now a days. But one if accidentally eats at a foreign restaurant and actually gets to taste an extraordinary drink known to be made out of flowers. Well, coincidentally, one of the researchers did experience such a thing. This was when the group got the idea of making an investigation on such a matter. The researchers, being very curious themselves, tried to fill...
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  • My Favorite Holiday - 506 Words
    I love Pulau Langkawi. It’s one of the most beautiful Island in the world, and also a duty free Island. I’ve been there few times -prefer to go by ferry so that I can get a closer look at d beautiful Andaman Sea on the way there. The water is so green and the atmostphere is so calm. Famous for it’s beautiful scenery as well as 99 other small sounding islands, Langkawi gets visitors from all over the world. Pantai Cenang is one of the most popular spots -and it’s the most ‘happening’ place in the...
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  • Interculture Communication - 511 Words
    My poster illustrate different islands in a blue sky background, each island represent one of our team member. The basement of the island is the picture of different city, it means we come from different country and we have different background. We looks similar, but totally different. We flying in the sky, we look forward our future can be better. The rocket is our team goal; we wish our team could have the power to launch a rocket. For now, the rocket means the exhibition in Leeds; we finally...
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  • Pangkor - 1446 Words
    History of Pangkor Island In past times; this area used to be the center for piracy. The pirates had their home ports in the Pulau Gedung Hills, Gua Lanun (Pirates' Cave) and Batu Perompak (Pirates' Rock) on the island of Pangkor. Many ships/boats were taken over and robbed of their goods and products. The Dutch were active here in the times of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). People were especially keeping themselves busy with the tin industry, until the British took over. In 1670 the...
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  • Lord of the Flies Newspaper Article
    The Livingston Street Journal VOL.CLX…No. 230 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1944 $0.50 YOUNG BOYS SURVIVE FOR MONTHS ON END ON A DESERTED ISLAND By Jasmine Olivieri The European Press Britain – In the midst of World War II, a plane evacuating a group of schoolboys from Britain was shot down, killing the pilot. Sadly, many having lost their sanity and consciousness even upon rescue, it was no more than what one would expect from a group of young boys...
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  • Archipelago - 1297 Words
    ARCHIPELAGO- a large group or chain of islands any large body of water with many islands and or in other words Any sea or broad sheet of water interspersed with many islands or with a group of islands. Some 50 million years ago, the archipelago was formed by volcanic eruptions which is how an archipelago is formed. ISLAND-An island is a piece of land that is surrounded by water. Water being any type of body of water wheter it be a lake,ocean or pond. the island jus must be completely...
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  • Nothing Is Perfect - 944 Words
    Nothing Is Perfect Have you ever wished things would be just perfect? I, for certain, know I have. Yet, if you really stop to think about it, perfection isn't attainable because we always want something bigger and better as human nature. In the novel,Brave New World , by Aldous Huxley, there is strongly influential Utopia existing. Even in a controlled society such as the one represented in this book, the people still revolt against the government. There are people in this book who...
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  • Brave New World and Wall-E Shed: Oblivious to Life
    Annmarie Gaither October 5th, 2012 Egan Literary Analysis paper Oblivious to Life The impact that technology has on the contemporary world is often a great topic of debate and is shown often in literature. Both Brave New World and Wall-E shed light on the fact that technology can make anyone oblivious to life and their surroundings. In Brave New World, a book by Aldous Huxley written in 1932, the people are oblivious to life because starting as babies they are...
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  • Belonging- Romulus My Father
    Essay- Community and Society Belonging is a paradoxical concept illustrating an individual’s sense of inclusions and exclusion simultaneously. This is evident in Raimond Gaita’s memoir Romulus My father as the individuals Romulus, Raimond and Christine experience the dynamic changes evident in the concept of belong to place, society and community. Armin Greder also explores the fluid and dynamic nature of belonging through his picture book ‘The Island’ through the isolation of the...
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  • Goals of Technology in Brave New World
    Scientific progress and technological innovations have been, along with new ideas of social organization, the principal scope of interest for the vast majority of utopian writers. Whether based on some rational predictions of the future development of science, or belonging to the sphere of pure fantasy, technology in utopian writing has been generally described as a means of achieving the state of universal order and happiness, a way to establish collective prosperity and social equality....
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  • The People of the See Book Review
    While trying to quantify the magnitude of the Pacific environment, one is likely to admit defeat before full comprehension. However one should not fret, because this result is normal when trying to imagine “an area greater than all the land in the world” (D’Arcy, 13). The sheer mass of the Pacific could be one reason why many past and contemporary authors have been intimidated, perhaps by their own feeling of inferiority, to justly portray the Islanders who “literally sang their way across the...
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  • Textbook Evaluation method - 2097 Words
    Teachers are given the opportunity to instruct their students using various methods. The methods that teachers use can use will depend on several factors, such as what is needed for the curriculum and who the audience is. In order for teachers to be effective in their classrooms, it is important that practical and effective textbooks are available. This paper will discuss three methods that can be used to measure the reliability of a tenth grade history textbook. The methods that will be...
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  • UU 204 Reflective Writing Paper 4 Missionaries Impact on the Pacific
    Personally this unit was like chess, a game that is known to enhance ones mental capabilities. It had provided an added interest which to me was like a social arena where one can feel accepted easily. I began to read and research on books on how the early foreigners streamed into the Pacific, in order to understand how these foreigners had affected our Pacific way of living. After about a week of research I prevailed against this outstanding topic which was how the early Pacific missionaries...
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  • Brave New World - 535 Words
    Brave New World contains many archetypes in many different characters. Archetypes are an idea that Carl Jung, a well-known psychologist, came up with. Archetypes are the type of person you are and it comes from you unconscious. You can be several archetypes and they can change many times. But to talk about all of them would take to long, so I am going to focus on two specific archetypes the orphan and the seeker. The archetype of the orphan is shown very well threw John. The archetype of...
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  • The Brave New World Response Paper
    After reading the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley I realized that this is no ordinary story. It predicts a future overpowered by technology and government and where the people have no true freedom of choice. This book made me think about whether the utopia depicted in the novel would be a perfect place to live or a terrible place to live. It is hard to distinguish where the line is drawn between making life simpler and losing the meaning of life. Although some may look upon this type of...
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  • Application form for the students to come Jeju
    〔Application Form for Students〕 Jeju Youth Forum October 25~28, 2012, Jeju Island Picture Name Country City School Year Male / Female Email Phone number Please indicate your preferred forum topic for the parallel panel discussion. (Please choose only one) 1. The future society will demand more active and creative people to cope with rapid changes and development. We think ahead to changes in school education for the future. 2. 300 millions of...
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  • Utopia- the Impossibility of Perfection
    Utopia- The Impossibility of Perfection Compare & Contrast Essay Andrew Markwart 4/30/2013 ENG4U1 Ms. Nouragas The concept of a Utopia has served as the source of inspiration for many fiction novels. This term was first popularized in the year 1516 by Sir Thomas More who used it as the headline of his book which describes the basis of a perfect society. Sir Thomas More’s perspective of the utopian society is comparable to that of both Aldous Huxley, the author of Brave New World,...
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  • Poems - 1352 Words
    ABOUT THIS BOOK In most accounts of the revolt, the greased cartridge has been referred to as the spark and tinder that lit the flames of rebellion. .The greased cartridge - what was it all about? The army so far had been quipped with the smooth-barrelled musket, which had a protracted loading procedure and was not accurate over long ranges. The new Enfield rifles, which were now being issued, had grooved or rifled barrels. This made them more accurate and gave them a longer range. The powder...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Internet 5
    The Day After Tomorrow (2004) Plot Summary The movie "The Day After Tomorrow" provides a dramatic picture of climate change and sea level rise. Whilst the reality may not be as dramatic, climate change is nevertheless devastating for small island developing states like Tuvalu. The adverse effects of climate change and sea level rise can be slow and insidious. For instance, sea water intrusion into our islands is causing our crops to die and our freshwater to be contaminated....
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  • I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
    I Know Why the Caged Bird sings is the autobiography of Maya Angelou. She tells of the hardships she experienced in her youth, beginning with her parents' divorce when Angelou was only three years old. As a result of the divorce, Maya and her older brother are sent to live with their grandmother in a small, Arkansas town. Here, she experiences the horrors of racism and learns to hate herself for not being white. When she is eight, Maya goes to live with her mother in St. Louis. There, she is...
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  • Brave New World - 1327 Words
    The Loss of Individuality The peak of a writer's career should exhibit their most profound works of literature. In the case of Aldous Huxley, Brave New World is by far his most renowned novel. Aldous Huxley is a European-born writer who, in the midst of his career, moved to the United States and settled in California. While in California, he began to have visions aided by his usage of hallucinatory drugs. His visions were of a utopian society surviving here on earth. In his literature, Huxley...
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  • What Makes Australia Unique
    ------------------------------------------------- What Makes Australia Unique? ------------------------------------------------- A long time ago, the continents got separated from each other gradually because of the Continent Drift. Then, Australia became the largest continent in Oceania. It has a lot of special properties and the most apparent one is the environment. Australia has very special landforms and the climates are quite different in other parts of Australia. The plants and...
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  • Failon Ngayon- Panglao Beaches( Reaction Paper)
    Panglao Island Bohol Beaches It’s an unavoidable fact that somewhere among the Philippines’ 7,107 islands you will find the most beautiful beaches in the world. With a coastline twice the length of that of the United States, the Philippines can claim to be Asia's Beach Capital. Enjoy the warm crystal blue waters of both the China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. Mention the Philippines and images of long, white sand beaches and bodies of water blessed with a variety of marine life come to mind....
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  • 7 Wonders Of Nature - 1383 Words
    Project In MSEP 7 wonders of nature Submitted By:Christine Gabrielle R. Abella Submitted To:Mr.Samboy G. Nabor Amazon Rainforest The Amazon rainforest also known in English as Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, is a moist broadleaf forest that covers most of the Amazon Basin of South America. This basin encompasses 7,000,000 square kilometres (2,700,000 sq mi), of which 5,500,000 square kilometres (2,100,000 sq mi) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging...
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  • If I Were an Animal Essay: Ring-Tailed Lemur
    Megan Rose Tennenbaum April/May, 2012 English 1 – 1 If I Were An Animal Essay: Ring-Tailed Lemur Lemurs are found exclusively on the small island of Madagascar, which is located on the coast of Africa, and some of the small neighboring islands. Due to this geographic isolation, Madagascar is the home to numerous amazing animals that are not found anywhere else on Earth. It has been said that lemurs might just have floated there eons ago on “rafts” of vegetation and simply evolved in...
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  • How do you do
    Samuel Burke English 111 2/5/2014 Profile of Oahu Imagine a place where the water’s clear, the sand is warm, and the wildlife is everywhere. That place is Hawaii. It’s one of the most beautiful and exotic places. But more specifically than Hawaii, we’re talking about Oahu. It is the third largest of all the islands but it is the most populated of them all. It also has the state capital, Honolulu. There is an abundance of beautiful plants and animals but there are also dangerous ones...
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  • Book Report of Paul Darcy "The People of the Sea" and Analysis in Reference to Frank Uekotter's "Confronting Pitfalls of Current Environmental History"
    Book Report Paul D'Arcy, The People of the Sea: Environment, Identity, and History in Oceania (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2006) 292 pages $22.50 In D’Arcy’s “The People of the Sea” he talks about the maritime dimension of Remote Oceania’s history on the period from 1770 until 1870. The study emphasizes Pacific Islanders varied relationships with the sea as evolving processes during an era of crucial transition”. This was the period as the eve of Western contact, but D’Arcy...
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  • Mini Proposal - 922 Words
    Mini Proposal a) Concept Our magazine is a travelling magazine. We are going to focus mainly on travelling. We provide the latest and most trendy information about the travelling experience to the islands in the world to the readers. The main theme for our magazine in this month will be top 5 beautiful islands. We will introduce the islands that has been voted and suggested by the travellers. Besides, we will also tell the readers where the island is more suitable to travelling. The...
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  • Tourism in Orissa - 820 Words
    Tourism in Orissa, India has grown considerably in recent years due to the various attractions of Orissa, ranging from wildlife reserves and beaches to temples and monuments and the arts and festivals. One of Orissa's major attractions is its 500 km long coastline and beaches and natural scenery such as Chilka Lake, Asia's largest brackish water lake. Tharea is an important bird sanctuary for millions of birds, and is also noted for its population of Irrawaddy Dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris),...
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  • How Tabiteuea Got Its Name?
    How Tabiteuea got its name? One of the islands in Kiribati (Central Pacific) There are legends and myths that tell how certain places in the Pacific got their names. In Kiribati, each island has its own story on how it got its name from which the people of the island claim the position of their island in the creation of Kiribati. The people of Tabiteuea, the largest island in Kiribati claim that Tabiteuea was the first island created or the oldest and therefore should be respected by the rest...
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  • Cat and Milk Tea Store
    Gulangyu There is a small island where amount of young people will go there to enjoy the life only exist in there. The island name is ”Gulangyu” which is translated by Chinese. The first thing I want to introduce is store there. There are many kinds of store with their particular feeling. At first, I want to describe a milk tea store which is named by a cat called “Zhang Sanfeng”. Even thought we can not see...
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  • Fable - the Rabbits Who Caused All the Trouble
    The rabbits who caused all the trouble by James Thurber Within the memory of the youngest child there was a family of rabbits who lived near a pack of wolves. The wolves announced that they did not like the way the rabbits were living. (The wolves were crazy about the way they themselves were living, because it was the only way to live.) One night several wolves were killed in an earthquake and this was blamed on the rabbits, for it is well known that rabbits pound on the ground with their...
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  • "Macbeth" and "Brave New World" Comparison Essay
    Freedom and individualism are a significant component of contemporary society, however there are many parts of the world where these basic human rights are not granted. The lack of these basic rights are clearly demonstrated in the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare. The leaders of many societies are willing to sacrifice innocent lives in order for society to function according to their visions. Many leaders are willing to sacrifice the freedom of...
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  • The Real Jack Merridew - 409 Words
    The Real Jack Merridew Who is the real Jack Merridew? Is he the compassionate, merciful, humanitarian leader the media portrays him as? I am completely certain that the answer to that question is no. You may be wondering how I can possibly be sure of this, let me explain and unravel the truth about Mr. Merridew. Several years ago, following a disastrous turn of events, I was left stranded on an uninhabited island with none other than Jack himself. After analysing our situation, I thought it...
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  • Geographic Features of a Region Has Important Effects on Development
    Geographic Features of A Region Has Important Effects on Development The geographic features of a nation or region have an important effect on the development of that nation or region. This effect is apparent in many in cases such geographic features as Japan being a group of islands or archipelago and the rain forest in Latin America. This essay will describe the effects of these features on there nation. Japan is a group of islands called an archipelago. This influences the...
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  • "The Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.
    This is just a : Do you want to live in this world essay. The Brave New World In The Brave New World, their society is unique compared to the reality that I live in. They may have many advantages and disadvantages if it is compared to our society. Brave New World's utopia would be nice to have in our society. Having to place myself in their world would never happen. I do not think living in the utopia of brave new world would suit me. Living in brave new world would be like living in another...
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  • Geojedo Korea - 595 Words
    Geojedo is Korea's second largest island. Just off the most southeastern tip of the Korean Peninsula, the island is known as being Korea's 'industrious island' and 'tourists' island.' Two of the largest ship-building industries in the world are located here. This being said, it is amazing that most of the island has kept its natural beauty. Ten of the nearby 62 islands are inhabited. Ferries transport visitors between the islands and the mainland offering vistas of clear blue waters, small...
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  • Lord of the flies - 361 Words
    By the time Ralph finished blowing the conch the platform was crowded. There were differences between this meeting and the one held in the morning. The afternoon sun slanted in from the other side of the platform and most of the children, feeling too late the smart of sunburn, had put their clothes on. The choir, less of a group, had discarded their cloaks. Ralph sat on a fallen trunk, his left side to the sun. On his right were most of the choir; on his left the larger boys who had not...
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  • The Best Job of the World - 500 Words
    Poon Chin Chung 12648248 The best job of the world Have you even imaged that your dream work? Do you believe that a job can eat a tasty food and only play and travel? And than, you can record all the experience from you work? Importantly, you can earn 10 million dollar per month. Actually, it is occur in the world . The job from Australia government tourist office to hold the applications events . because the organization want to promote the famous view in Australia , that why they...
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  • Easter's End - 1404 Words
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