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  1. Pure Geography by Professor Johannes Gabriel Granö, 1997-10-06
  2. Geography of Estonia: List of German Exonyms for Places in Estonia, List of Small Boroughs in Estonia, Extreme Points of Estonia
  3. Estonia Geography Introduction: Lake Peipsi-Pihkva, Aa, Estonia, Lahemaa National Park, Kärdla, Püssi, Kuusalu Parish, Türi, Kesklinn
  4. Estonia (Then & Now) by Geography Department, 1992-10
  5. Seasonal tourism spaces in Estonia: Case study with mobile positioning data [An article from: Tourism Management] by R. Ahas, A. Aasa, et all 2007-06-01
  6. Mobile positioning in space--time behaviour studies: social positioning method experiments in Estonia.: An article from: Cartography and Geographic Information Science by R. Ahas, A. Aasa, et all 2007-10-01
  7. Eesti 1940: Estonia Estonorum : ajalooline geograafia (Estonian Edition) by Heino Puhk, 1996
  8. Estonia: With City Plans of Tallinn, Tartu and Parnu (Road Maps)
  9. Estonia: Webster's Timeline History, 9000 BC - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  10. Estonia : basic facts on geography-- history-- economy / Estonian Information Centre by Stockholm Estonian Information Centre, 1948-01-01
  11. Estonia (Then & Now Series) by Department of Geography Staff (editor) Lerner Publications, 1992
  12. Estonia: Selected studies on geography
  13. Decollectivisation, Destruction and Disillusionment: A Community Study in Southern Estonia by Jouko Nikula, Helvi Poder, et all 2001-08
  14. Beyond the Mainstream: The Emergence of Religious Pluralism in Finland, Estonia and Russia (Studia historica)

81. Estonia
geography short overview. Statistical Database search engine of theStatistical Office. estonia in brief everything on a few pages.

82. Atlas: Estonia
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  • 83. Geography Department, Cambridge » Graham Smith
    The National SelfDetermination of estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (Macmillan, London,1994) 181-205. 'Human geography, social change and social science' (with
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    Graham Edward Smith
    21st January 1953; British. Education, Degrees and other qualifications:
    Wallace Hall Academy, Dumfriesshire, Scotland Dumfries College of Technology University of Strathclyde: BA (Geography) University of Glasgow, Institute of Russian and East European Studies, Ph.D (Latvian nationalism) M.A. Cambridge University Languages: Russian ( part of B.A. degree): excellent comprehension and good speaking skills; Latvian: good comprehension and speaking skills; German: good comprehension and speaking skills; Lithuanian: basic comprehension. Career history and other appointments:
    Research Associate, Institute of Russian and East European Studies, University of Glasgow. (Project: The Social and Economic Development of the Soviet Baltic Republics, Financed by Stiftungen Volkswagen) Visiting Research Associate, University of Toronto Temporary Lecturer in Geography, CCAT.

    84. Politics/International Relations, Physical Geography, Study And Teaching, Estoni
    Politics/International Relations, Physical geography, Study and teaching, estonia,Finland, Science, geography Grano JG, Grano Olavi, Paasi Anssi, Hicks
    Politics/International Relations, Physical geography, Study and teaching, Estonia, Finland, Science, Geography Grano J. G., Grano Olavi, Paasi Anssi, Hicks Malcolm Pure Geography
    Title: Pure Geography
    Subject: Politics/International Relations, Physical geography, Study and teaching, Estonia, Finland, Science, Geography
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    Author: Grano J. G. Grano Olavi Paasi Anssi Hicks Malcolm
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    85. LU Bachelor Programmes
    geography, tourism geography, land evaluation and planning, transport geography,geography of Russia, geography of Lithuania and estonia, geography of North
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    Degree Awarded Bachelor of Natural Sciences in Geography Admission Requirements Diploma of general secondary education Entrance Examinations a test in the Latvian language, test in geography Degree Requirements to cover the programme, to elaborate and defend Bachelor’s thesis Type of studies full-time studies, part-time extramural studies Duration of studies 8 semesters of full-time studies
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    The programme consists of 3 parts:
    Part A ­ compulsory courses- basic courses of geography and earth sciences: basics of physical geography, basics of human geography, cartography, soil science, geographical information systems, introduction to remote sensing, biogeography, landscape sciences, climatology and basics of meteorology, geomorphology, hydrology, economical geography, social geography, population and urban geography, regional and environment geography, geography of Baltic sea region, European regional geography, world regional geography.
    Part B ­ elective courses- foreign language, introduction to computer science, mathematical methods in geography, chemistry and basics of geochemistry, introduction to environmental science, basics of geodesy, Earth physics, general geology, ecology, oceanography, basics of political science, basics of sociology, political geography, tourism geography, land evaluation and planning, transport geography, geography of Russia, geography of Lithuania and Estonia, geography of North America, general psychology. Projects and course papers- in semesters 1

    86. Geography
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    87. GeographyIQ - World Atlas - Europe - Map Of Estonia
    Introduction After centuries of Swedish and Russian rule, estonia attainedindependence in 1918. Official name Republic of estonia. Capital Tallinn.
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    After centuries of Swedish and Russian rule, Estonia attained independence in 1918. Forcibly incorporated into the USSR in 1940, it regained its freedom in 1991 with the collapse of the Soviet Union. Since the last Russian troops left in 1994, Estonia has been free to promote economic and political ties with Western Europe.
    Official name: Republic of Estonia Capital: Tallinn Government type: parliamentary democracy Population: 1,423,316 (July 2001 est.) Languages: Estonian (official), Russian, Ukrainian, English, Finnish, other Official Currency: Estonian kroon (EEK) Currency code: EEK Area: total: 45,226 sq km
    land: 43,211 sq km
    water: 2,015 sq km
    note: includes 1,520 islands in the Baltic Sea Climate: maritime, wet, moderate winters, cool summers
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    89. Estonia
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    90. Estonia Country Guide - State / Political System, Geographical Overview
    THE REPUBLIC OF estonia, Eesti Vabariik in estonian, lies on the easternshores of the Baltic Sea. estonia comprises now an area of 45,215 sq.
    Geographical Overview
    Source: Estonia. A Reference Book 1993 THE REPUBLIC OF ESTONIA Eesti Vabariik in Estonian, lies on the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea. The name Eesti is apparently derived from the word Aisti , the name given by the ancient germans to the people living notheast of Visla GEOLOGICAL. The extensive Ordovician limestone plateau in northern Estonia forms a steep bank - called the Baltic (North-Estonian) Glint (up to 56 m in height) - on the shores of the Gulf of Finland. A smaller Silurian limestone glint forms part of the northern coastline of the Estonian islands, Saaremaa and Muhu. The Gulf of Finland in the north and the Baltic sea in the west. Estonia shares land borders with Russia to the east and Latvia to the south. Estonia comprises now an area of 45,215 sq. km., making it larger than, for instance Denmark, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium and Albania in Europe. You are welcome to visit the clickable map of Estonia The most important mineral resources are embedded in the Ordovician bedrock of Northern Estonia: oil shale or kukersite (reserves estimated 6,000 million metric t) and phosphorite (700 million metric t). Limestone is used in the production of cement, lime, building stone, etc. The Cambrian blue clay, with outcrops on the north coast, is used in the manufacture of bricks, drainage pipes and cement.

    91. Estonia Country Guide, General Information
    Welcome to estonia. Note! You will find diverse information about estonia (formerlythe estonian Soviet Socialist Republic) below. estonia, General Information.
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    92. Economic Transition And The Micro-Geography Of Urbanisation In Estonia
    Structural Effects of FDI. Professor Ari Kokko, Theaim of this project is to examine the effects of foreign direct

    Structural Effects of FDI
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    Monographs, journal articles, and contributions to edited volumes: Blomström, M. and Kokko, A., 1998, Multinational Corporations and Spillovers, Journal of Economic Surveys , Vol.12, No. 3, July, pp. 247-277. Blomström, M. and Kokko, A., 1998, Foreign Investment as a Vehicle For International Technology Transfer, in P. Dasgupta and G. Barba Navaretti, eds., Creation and Transfer of Knowledge: Institutions and Incentives , Springer-Verlag; Berlin. Globerman, S., Kokko, A. and Sjöholm, F., 2000, International Technology Diffusion: Evidence from Swedish Patent Data, Kyklos , Vol. 53, Fasc. 1, pp. 17-38. Blomström, M., Kokko, A. and Zejan, M., 2000, Foreign Direct Investment: Firm and Host Country Strategies , Macmillan, Basingstoke and London, 2000. Blomström, M., Globerman, S. and Kokko, A., 2000, Regional Integration and Foreign Direct Investment: Some General Issues, in J. Dunning, ed., Regions, Globalisation and the Knowledge-Based Economy , Oxford University Press; Oxford, pp. 109-130.

    93. Study In Czech Republic
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    Geography Location: Central Europe, southeast of Germany
    Geographic coordinates: 49 45 N, 15 30 E
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    total: 78,866 sq km land: 77,276 sq km water: 1,590 sq km Area - comparative: slightly smaller than South Carolina Land boundaries: total: 1,881 km border countries: Austria 362 km, Germany 646 km, Poland 658 km, Slovakia 215 km Coastline: km (landlocked) Maritime claims: none (landlocked) Climate: temperate; cool summers; cold, cloudy, humid winters Terrain: Bohemia in the west consists of rolling plains, hills, and plateaus surrounded by low mountains; Moravia in the east consists of very hilly country Elevation extremes: lowest point: Elbe River 115 m highest point: Snezka 1,602 m

    94. Ohjaaja
    Euroopasta Experience from Eastern Europe Viro/estonia 01/1990- 01/199, Culturegeography 4, Agriculture in Soviet Union -estonia, kenttätyö Viro/estonia
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    Supervisor Nimi Name : Annika Michelson
    Syntymäaika Birth : 10.06 1967, Lapinjärven kunta, Itä-Uusimaa.
    Siviilisääty Civil status : naimisissa, kaksi poikaa s. 1996 ja s. 2000. Työ Work : täysiaikainen tuntiopettaja, Hämeen ammattikorkeakoulu Mustiala,
    Mustialantie 105 31310 Mustiala, Suomi - Finland
    Puh/ Tel :+372-6574992 Fax:+372-6574992
    Kotiosoite ja toimisto / Address and office : Õismäe tee 83-21, 13515 Tallinn, Viro.
    Sähköpostiosoite/ E-mail : annika.michelson@hamk.f Koulutus Education
    Kööpenhaminan yliopisto, Maantieden laitos,Tanska. Pvm: 09/1986 - 12/1992
    Tutkinto: MSc. kulttuurimaantide, erikoistunut maanviljelykseen
    Univeresity of Copenhagen, Denmark, Institute of Geography. Date: 09/1986 - 12/1992 Degree: MSc. cultural geography, specialication in agriculture. Jatkokoulutukset Further training 2002-2003: Hämeen ammattikorkeakoulu Ammatillisen opettajankorkeakoulu 2002-2003: PD eLearning Osaaja (HAMK, LAUREA, Dipoli) Kielet Languages ruotsi (äidinkieli), suomi, viro, tanska, englanti /

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