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  1. Churchill, Manitoba
  2. Qikiqtaaluk Region: Qikiqtaaluk Region, Region, Nunavut, Division No. 10, Newfoundland and Labrador, Division No. 23, Manitoba, Inuvik Region, Northwest Territories, Kivalliq Region
  3. Physical features of the Saskatchewan River Basin by John Boan, 1961
  4. Draugr (Northern Frights (Victoria, B.C.) by Arthur G. Slade, 1998-02
  5. Reviving central Brandon in the early twenty-first century. (Canadian Urban Landscape Examples--23).: An article from: The Canadian Geographer by John C. Everitt, R. Douglas Ramsey, 2002-09-22

81. Atmospheric Sciences Section Links
The University of manitoba Department of geography The Department of geography atthe University of manitoba invites applications for a fulltime tenure track
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82. UWS Department Of Geography
Department of geography University of Wales Swansea Singleton Park Swansea VisitingProfessor Universities of Windsor, Ontario; Brandon, manitoba; Winnipeg
Dr. Colin Thomas Brief CV


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Dr. Colin Thomas
Senior Lecturer in Human geography Department of Geography
University of Wales Swansea
Singleton Park
Swansea, SA2 8PP Tel. 01792 295237
Fax. 01792 295955
Email: Brief CV Education B.Sc. (Wales) Ph.D. (Nottingham): Geographical Aspects of the Growth of the Residential Area of Greater Nottingham in the 20th Century Career 1970 to 1999 Senior Lecturer, University of Wales Swansea Visiting Professor: University of Calgary Visiting Professor: University of Exeter Membership of Societies Present Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS) Research Interests and current projects
  • The economic and social impact of contemporary retail decentralization in the U.K.
  • The disadvantaged consumer.
  • The revitalization of the day-time and night-time economies of the British city centre in the context of the "24-hour city" concept.
  • Safety and security and the future of the British city centre.
  • The Retail Revolution and The Impact of Retail Change on Small Town: a case study of Llanelli, Carmarthenshire.
  • The revitalization of the day-time and night-time economies of Swansea, Cardiff and Bristol (Two Ph.D. candidates plus support funding from Swansea City and the Welsh Development Agency).

83. Geography
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Listing geographical, economic, political, and cultural information on the countries of Europe. InfoNation
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An excellent site providing dynamic maps, atlas maps, flags and country facts for the entire world. Manitoba Education and Training Social Studies Page
Developed by Manitoba Education and Training, this page is a resource for social studies teachers in Manitoba. Included are curricula resources and updates, learning resources, and publications. 50 U.S. States and Capitals
This site offers a host of information on all the states such as area, climate, population, historic landmarks, flag, license plate and tourism. There are hyperlinks galore, making this a very user-friendly site.

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85. American Ethnic Geography Bibliography Part 3
Warkentin, J. Mennonite Agricultural Settlements of Southern manitoba. GeographicalReview Settlement Patterns. In Essays on the Historical geography of the
A merican E thnic G eography
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Baltensperger, B. H. "Agricultural Change Among Great Plains Russian Germans." Annals of the Association of American Geographers
Carlson, A. W. "German-Russian Houses in Western North Dakota." Pioneer America 31, no. 2 (1981): 49-60.
Cozzens, A. B. "Conservation in German Settlements of the Missouri Ozarks." Geographical Review
Domer, Dennis. "Genesis Theories of the German-American Two-Door House." Material Culture 26, no. 1 (Spring, 1994): 1-35.
Ensminger, Robert F. "A Search for the Origin of the Pennsylvania Barn." Pennsylvania Folklife
The Pennyslvania Barn: Its Origin, Evolution, and Distribution in North America
. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.
Fromm, . "The Migration and Settlement of the Pennsylvania Germans in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina and their Effects on the Landscape." Pennsylvania Folklife
Glass, Joseph.

86. Carleton University - Department Of Geography & Environmental Studies - Biograph
Biography I graduated from Queen's University, Belfast in 1965. I receivedmy MA in historical geography from the University of manitoba in 1966.
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1125 Colonel By Drive Ottawa, Ontario Canada, KlS 5B6 J. Clarke , B.A., Queen's (Belfast), M.A. (Manitoba), Ph.D. (Western Ontario) Professor Contact Info Office: B443C LA Phone: 520-2600 Extension: 2565 E-mail: Fall Office Hours: Friday: 10.00-12.00 Courses GEOG 2300 Cultural Geography GEOG 3305 The Development of Canada GEOG 4305/5405 Seminar in Historical Geography GEOG 3000 Geography Field Work Research Interests Rural settlement in Canada Land Prices in Ontario in the Nineteenth Century Agriculture in Ontario in the Nineteenth Century Biography I graduated from Queen's University, Belfast in 1965. I received my M.A. in historical geography from the University of Manitoba in 1966. Between 1966 and 1970 I completed a doctorate and a post-doctoral year at the University of Western Ontario. I came to Carleton in 1971 to teach first year and a course in historical geography. Twenty-five years later I am still teaching at the introductory levels. As well as the historical geography of Canada, I offer a graduate course in methodology in historical geography and a fourth year course on Ontario. My research field is the historical geography of pre-Confederation Canada. I am especially interested in Upper Canada: land and land policy, land prices, the perception of land quality, ethnicity and land, ideology and land and Indian land claims.

87. UofC Press Titles In Geography & Environmental History
sweep of Canada and places it in a larger context of geography and ideas such depthinto the subject matter. Rick Riewe, University of manitoba $34.95 · 2001
Protected Areas and the Regional Planning Imperative in North America
Edited by Gordon Nelson, J.C. Day, Lucy M. Sportza, James Loucky, and Carlos Vasquez
Regional planning is imperative if North America has any hope of retaining continental biodiversity. This timely collection of essays presents new protected areas theory, method, and practice and reinforces this theme of regional planning. With a North American focus, these essays consider the history, ecology, policy, and planning of protected areas while raising awareness of their contribution to society. Contemporary understandings of protected areas are challenged as the book forces readers to move from a mentality of the past that saw protected areas as "fortresses," to a wider understanding, where protected areas are seen as interdependent with other landscapes in the matters of biodiversity, ecological integrity, and environmental health.
Published in the U.S. by Michigan State University Press

88. Powell's Books - Used, New, And Out Of Print
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89. Economic - Manitoba
geography manitoba sits at the heart of the continent, on the northsouth axisof a major trade corridor running from the northern ocean port of Churchill relations/manitoba.html

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Manitoba is Canada's central province. Its current strong economic position is based on its solid foundation as a distribution and manufacturing center. The province has a growing economy exporting $8B in goods and services annually. Within its borders are thousands of crystal clear lakes, two shallow inland seas, acres of rich Prairie land, deciduous forest and the raw beauty of northern tundra. Each of these regions have played an important role in building a diverse and prosperous economy in Manitoba. Geography
Manitoba sits at the heart of the continent, on the north-south axis of a major trade corridor running from the northern ocean port of Churchill through the mid-west United States to Mexico. Its capital, Winnipeg, is situated at the apex of the western Canada east-west transportation triangle. Its central location has contributed to a diversified, stable economy, with proven air, road, and rail networks that enable Manitoba to support further economic growth.

90. Census Geography - Highlights And Analysis
provinces experienced small changes in their populations from 1996 to 2001 PrinceEdward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, manitoba and Saskatchewan

Six provinces experienced small changes in their populations from 1996 to 2001: Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Among these provinces, Quebec's population increased 1.4%. Manitoba and Prince Edward Island both showed identical increases of 0.5%. There was virtually no change in Nova Scotia
(-0.1%), while the population of New Brunswick declined by 1.2%, and Saskatchewan by 1.1%. Most of these provinces tend to have net outflows of migration to other provinces. This is particularly the case with respect to Manitoba and Saskatchewan because of their proximity to Alberta. Natural increase declined in each of these six provinces between 1996 and 2001. Furthermore, relative to their population, they tend to receive small numbers of immigrants. Quebec's growth rate decelerated from 3.5% between 1991 and 1996 to 1.4% between 1996 and 2001 because of declines in both its natural increase and the number of immigrants that it received.
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91. The Franco-Manitoban Community
globalization. Endless Horizons Regional geography. manitoba's 650,000square kilometres are characterized by relatively flat terrain.
The Franco-Manitoban Community
A Brief History of Franco-Manitoba Endless Horizons: Regional Geography Manitoba, a Place of Wide-Open Spaces: A Few Photographs For more information, please visit: A Brief History of Franco-Manitoba The explorer la Vérendrye set up the first permanent colony in Saint-Boniface in 1738. French-Canadian voyageurs and their native brides settled in this colony, and a new culture was born: the Métis of western Canada. Other French-Canadian colonists later joined them so that, a century later, francophones had a strong foothold in the area. In 1870, following a mass democratic movement led by Louis Riel, the Manitoba Act created a new province and recognized its linguistic and cultural duality. French and English were accorded equal status in the provincial legislature and before the courts. Two decades of anglophone immigration, however, resulted in a much stronger anglophone presence and, in 1890, the Parliament of Manitoba enacted laws making English the province's only official language and eliminating denominational schools. It was not until 1979, nearly one hundred years later, that Franco-Manitobans succeeded in restoring French to official language status. In 1993, Franco-Manitobans regained the right to administer French-language education. Today, Franco-Manitobans are focusing on economic development by seeking ways to take maximum advantage of market globalization. Endless Horizons: Regional Geography Manitoba's 650,000 square kilometres are characterized by relatively flat terrain. The highest peak in the province is Baldy Mountain, at 831 metres. Reference is often made to Manitoba's "100,000" lakes: these are the remnants of Lake Agassiz, a huge lake that covered much of the province following the retreat of the glaciers.

92. Social Studies/Geography/Current Events/Economics/Regional Studies
Germans from Russia, K12. Global geography, 6-9. Human Rights Youth Perspectives,9-12. Justice and the Citizen, 6-12. Mennonites of manitoba, K-12.
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93. Geography@Queen's - Profile - Harry McCaughey
from the Fen and Young Jack Pine Sites at Thompson, manitoba, in 1993 Home Top ofPage Search Queen's University Department of geography, Queen's University
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J. Harry McCaughey
B.Sc. ( Queen's, Belfast ), M.A., Ph.D. ( McMaster
Office: Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room E112
Phone: +001 (613) 533-6035
Fax: +001 (613) 533-6122
Website: Climatology at Queen's
Research Areas: Forest Climatology; Energy and Water Balance Climatology
Courses Taught: Undergraduate 209* - Principles of Hydroclimatology 313* - Microclimatology 314* - Climatic Change Graduate 830* - Physical Climatology Biography: I received my BSc from Queen's University, Belfast and completed both my MA and PhD at McMaster University, Hamilton. I have been at Queen's University, Kingston since 1971, teaching courses in microclimatology, climate change, instrumentation and data management. I am currently a member of the scientific review panel on exogenic processes for the Earth Sciences Committee of the Swedish Natural Science Research Council. Research Interests: From 1993 to 1996 I participated in the Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS). BOREAS was an international, interdisciplinary study of the boreal forest and its sensitivity to climate change. Our project was based at Thompson, Manitoba where we conducted experiments at a fen and a young jack pine forest. Energy balance measurements and carbon dioxide fluxes were measured using eddy covariance, and extensive stomatal conductance data were collected for the jack pine site.

94. Travel Manitoba: Quick Facts About Manitoba
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Manitoba's central location and time zone allows convenient access to customers and suppliers across the continent. Winnipeg is a natural and ever-growing hub for rail, road and air transportation.
A Manitoba-based location is ideal for seizing opportunities arising from the expansion of free trade under the North American Free Trade Agreement. Manitoba offers low operating costs, a dedicated, highly skilled multilingual workforce, abundant, clean, reliable electrical energy, and excellent research and communication facilities with a sophisticated telecommunications and information technology infrastructure.
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96. UNC-CH Geog: North American Geog Depts-Canada
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97. Geography 20 G - Energy
Wind Power; Solar Power; Team Effort; Envirothon 2002 Field Trip; ManitobaEnvirothon. Energy Renewable Curriculum. geography 20G. Curriculum Senior
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98. Manitoba (1960)
Innvista Topics. Innvista Topics. manitoba (1960). Rural MunicipalitiesAlbert; Alexander; Alonsa 1; Alonsa 2; Alonsa 3; Argyle; Archie; Armstrong;

99. WorldBook General Reference Encyclopedia > Geography > North America > Rivers >
River of the North river flowing through the northern United States and southernManitoba, Can. 5. Red River of the North - A-to-Z geography - DiscoverySchool America/Rivers/Red

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