ANSWERS For The Florida Geography Contest ANSWERS for the florida geography Contest. is it near Tampa? (No, it runs throughsome eastern cities.) 2. What is the capital of the state of florida? http://www.angelfire.com/fl4/englishlesson/florida2.html
Extractions: GET THE ANSWERS AT THE LINK ABOVE CALLED "ANSWERS" www.angelfire.com/fl4/englishlesson/florida2.html Here are some questions for you to use for practice. 1. Where is the St. John's River? is it near Tampa? (No, it runs through some eastern cities.) 2. What is the capital of the state of Florida? Tallahahassee. (some room for singing. 3. there is a small town east of Tallahassee that is also the name of Thomas Jefferson's home. what is the name? see page 288 in Yellow book. 6. What is the English name for Cayo Hueso? Bone Key 7. What is calle Ocho in English? 8 Street 8. Tell me two cities that have similar names in Italy. Venice, and Naples 9. tell me at least two cities where cigars were rolled 100 years ago. Havana, Key West and Tampa 10. Name 4 cities that touch I-95. 11. now name 4 cities that are not in Broward County that touch I-95.
Questions For The GYM Contests How many cities are in Broward county? NOW FOR MORE questions (These questionsare not on the florida geography Contest they are for later contests.). http://www.angelfire.com/fl4/englishlesson/florida.html
Extractions: GET THE ANSWERS AT THE LINK ABOVE CALLED "ANSWERS" www.angelfire.com/fl4/englishlesson/florida2.html Here are some questions for you to use for practice. 1. Where is the St. John's River? is it near Tampa? 2. What is the capital of the state of Florida? 3. there is a small town east of Tallahassee that is also the name of Thomas Jefferson's home. what is the name? 4. Jacksonville is named after what president? 5. how many counties in Florida? 6. What is the English name for Cayo Hueso? 7. What is calle Ocho in English? 8. Tell me two cities that have similar names in Italy. 9. tell me at least two cities where cigars were rolled 100 years ago. 10. Name 4 cities that touch I-95. 11. now name 4 cities that are not in Broward County that touch I-95. 12. Where does the space shuttle go up? what is the name of the nearest town?
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Extractions: Respond to this Article May 2002 Why cities without gays and rock bands are losing the economic development race. By Richard Florida Purchase Richard Florida's related book As I walked across the campus of Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University one delightful spring day, I came upon a table filled with young people chatting and enjoying the spectacular weather. Several had identical blue T-shirts with "Trilogy@CMU" written across them-Trilogy being an Austin, Texas-based software company with a reputation for recruiting our top students. I walked over to the table. "Are you guys here to recruit?" I asked. "No, absolutely not," they replied adamantly. "We're not recruiters. We're just hangin' out, playing a little Frisbee with our friends." How interesting, I thought. They've come to campus on a workday, all the way from Austin, just to hang out with some new friends. I noticed one member of the group sitting slouched over on the grass, dressed in a tank top. This young man had spiked multi-colored hair, full-body tattoos, and multiple piercings in his ears. An obvious slacker, I thought, probably in a band. "So what is your story?" I asked. "Hey man, I just signed on with these guys." In fact, as I would later learn, he was a gifted student who had inked the highest-paying deal of any graduating student in the history of his department, right at that table on the grass, with the recruiters who do not "recruit." What a change from my own college days, just a little more than 20 years ago, when students would put on their dressiest clothes and carefully hide any counterculture tendencies to prove that they could fit in with the company. Today, apparently, it's the company trying to fit in with the students. In fact, Trilogy had wined and dined him over margarita parties in Pittsburgh and flown him to Austin for private parties in hip nightspots and aboard company boats. When I called the people who had recruited him to ask why, they answered, "That's easy. We wanted him because he's a rock star."
TRENDS to compare electricity use in these two cities, which are says Michael Binford, associateprofessor of geography at the University of florida, Gainesville. http://hem.dis.anl.gov/eehem/00/001108.html
Extractions: Back to Contents Page Home Energy Index About ... Home Energy trends in energy Cool News for Tree Lovers Ryan Jensen is preparing to collect leaf area index and other biophysical measurements in north central Florida. Gainesville residents are raking in a cool average household energy savings of $126 per year, thanks to their trees, concludes a recent University of Florida (UF) study. UF researchers R.R. Jensen and Michael Binford compared average energy consumption per household in the Florida cities of Gainesville and Ocala and found that Gainesville's denser tree canopy offers its residents lower per-household electricity bills. Jensen chose to compare electricity use in these two cities, which are just 30 miles apart, because of their similarities. The likenesses include similar types of trees, ecosystems, climate, geology, topography, natural vegetation, population, and number of degree-days. "They both have about the same number of lakes nearby, and everything else is just about the same," says Michael Binford, associate professor of geography at the University of Florida, Gainesville. "The only thing that wasn't the same was the tree canopy coverage, which is denser in Gainesville." Jensen developed an artificial neural network (ANN) to more accurately measure a city's leaf area index (LAI), using remotely sensed imagery collected by satellite. Jensen applied the ANN to area maps of the cities and then computed the average LAI of each city. Gainesville's average LAI was 4.6 m
Human Geography - American Cities That's what human geography is finally about spread widely, especially in Californiaand florida but also They remain popular in some cities, including New York http://geography.ou.edu/courses/1103bw/19-cities.htm
Extractions: Contents Introduction Human Evolution, Diffusion, and Character The Long Baseline: Hunters and Gatherers ... Pollution, Biodiversity, and Climate Change American Cities Rural America Cities Abroad Countrysides Abroad (View slides for this lecture. 19. American Cities THE CENTRAL CITY THE SUBURBS THE NEW URBANISM ASSESSING THE AMERICAN CITY We're coming, finally, to a sequence of four portraits of the world's humanized landscapes. That's what human geography is finally about. You could say that we're looking at pattern now, rather than process. Or you could say that we're looking at the visible consequences of all the activities we've been tracing. I want to begin with American cities, because they're the places we know best. What comes to mind with this topic? One thing is downtown, that cluster of skyscrapers that immigrants first saw from the decks of liners coming into New York's harbor. Now we mostly see downtown through a car or plane window, but it still grabs our attention. Around it, there is the huge penumbra of suburbia: freeways, arterial streets, curvilinear residential streets, commercial strips, a carpet of houses with backyard pools, and a scattering of bigger buildingsshopping centerss, college campuses, hospitals, stadiums, warehouses, and factories. Those are the tangibles. There's something else, too. Maybe it's excitement. Maybe it's fear. Maybe it's a sense of a world with nothing worth doing or seeing. Maybe it's some of each.
Extractions: Contact Information Graphic GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Floridas major cities have slipped further behind in the race for high-speed Internet access, a trend that impacts residents and companies ability to take advantage of burgeoning Internet services such as video conferencing. A new study by Ed Malecki, a University of Florida geography professor, has found that although the amount of bandwidth available in Floridas major metropolitan areas has increased significantly in the past two years, it has failed to keep pace with the increase at other major cities nationally. As a result, the Jacksonville, Tampa-St. Petersburg and Miami-Ft. Lauderdale areas all now rank further below other major cities in bandwidth availability on long-distance Internet backbones than they did in the initial survey in 1998. Only Orlando, Floridas best-connected city, has moved up in the rankings, rising from the city with the 24th highest bandwidth in the nation in 1998 to 20th this year, the study shows. "Relatively speaking, were falling behind, even if were absolutely gaining," Malecki said.
Extractions: Advertisement Dateline: 09/20/99 While New York City is the most populous city in the United States, Juneau, Alaska is the largest city in area. Juneau includes a whopping 3081 square miles (composed of 2,593.6 mi of land and 487.6 mi of water.) The city is larger than the state of Delaware! Officially known as the "City and Borough of Juneau," the city consolidated the City of Douglas, the City of Juneau. and the Greater Juneau Borough Juneau in 1970 to be the country's largest city (map) Juneau is a perfect example of an "overbounded" city, which refers to a city that has boundaries that extend far beyond its developed area (certainly the glaciers and ice fields in the city won't be developed soon.) Jacksonville, Florida
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Extractions: Applications Development John F. Alexander University of Florida American Cities I: Population and Housing John S. Adams University of Minnesota City Politics Jay D. Gatrell Indiana State University The Geography of Cities Doreen Mattingly San Diego State University Industrial Geography Jay D. Gatrell Indiana State University Industrial Location and Globalization of Enterprise Ian MacLachlan University of Lethbridge, Canada Integrating Urban Studies and GIS Brian Klinkenberg University of British Columbia, Canada Introduction to Spatial Analysis Milton Green University of Western Ontario Introduction to the City Erik M. Ghenoiu University of Wisconsin, Madison Local Economic Development: Contemporary Issues and Problems in Planning Ian MacLachlan University of Lethbridge, Canada Gunter Krumme University of Washington Planning Information Seminar - GIS Technologies Andrea Goethals
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Extractions: Edward Malecki (352) 392-0496, email@example.com GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Even as the hype portrays the Internet as a tool that will level the economic playing fields for big cities and small towns, the virtual reality is that a few select cities will get the lion's share of the information action, a new University of Florida study finds. Although catchy ads show people linked from remote cabins, the need for reliable connections is clustering the Internet in core cities while rural locations lag further behind, said Sean Gorman, a UF graduate student in geography who did the research for his dissertation. "There is this notion with the Internet that you can locate anywhere and still be connected," Gorman said. "Although everyone can get connected, not everyone is connected equally."