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Geographical Phenomenon Series

What is a Geographical Phenomena?

A Geographical Phenomena is a rare occurence in the geography science. It also means that it is a my... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-11-28 03:07:12
Number of views: 7922

Geographical Phenomenon #1

Ghosts & Spirits (See Hullucinations)

            Ghosts & Sp... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-11-22 04:26:58
Number of views: 689

Geographical Phenomenon #2

Bermuda Triangle

            Bermuda Triangle... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-11-22 03:57:34
Number of views: 19160

Great River Series

What are the Great Rivers?

A river is a natural waterway that transits water through a landscape from higher to lower elevation... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-11-17 16:10:49
Number of views: 402

Great River #1

Mississippi River

The Mississippi River is the 2nd largest river in the USA. Length: 2,320 miles (3,734 km) from Lak... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-11-17 15:54:05
Number of views: 460

Great River #2

The Nile River

The Nile river is the longest river in the world. It's 4,132 miles in length and 1,107,000 square-mi... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-08-17 17:43:36
Number of views: 3295

Great River #3

Amazon- The Greatest River

Here is a glimpse into the rich and vibrant underwater life of the Amazon. When the large, serpent-l... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-08-11 17:46:40
Number of views: 1612

World Biomes Series

What is a biome?

A biome is a large geographical area of distinctive plant and animal groups, which are adapted to th... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-15 18:39:49
Number of views: 44530

World Biome #1

Tropical Rainforest

The tropical rain forest is a forest of tall trees in a region of year-round warmth. An average of 5... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-15 18:29:12
Number of views: 7658

World Biome #2


The chaparral biome is found in a little bit of most of the continents - the west coast of the Unite... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-15 18:16:34
Number of views: 3372

World Biome #3

Deciduous forests

Deciduous forests can be found in the eastern half of North America, and the middle of Europe. There... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-15 18:08:00
Number of views: 3432

World Biome #4


A savanna is a rolling grassland scattered with shrubs and isolated trees, which can be found betwee... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-15 17:32:50
Number of views: 6882

World Biome #5


Cold, snowy, windy. When you hear those words they make you think of mountains. The Alpine biome i... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 18:19:20
Number of views: 10625

World Biome #6


A biome is the type of habitat in certain places, like mountain tops, deserts, and tropical forests,... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 17:19:55
Number of views: 8429

World Biome #7

Tundra- Dry, Cold, and Windy

Tundra are among Earth's coldest, harshest biomes. Tundras ecosystems are treeless regions found in ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 16:59:08
Number of views: 13925

World Biome #8


Grasslands go by many names. In the U.S. Midwest, they're known as prairies. In South America, the... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 16:51:13
Number of views: 15367

World Biome #9

Hot Deserts

Far from being barren wastelands, deserts are biologically rich habitats with a vast array of animal... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 16:28:11
Number of views: 24705

Natural Disaster Series

What is a natural disaster?

Natural disasters are extreme, sudden events caused by environmental factors that injure people and ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 15:45:37
Number of views: 141411

Natural Disaster #1

Avalanche- Speeding Snow

While avalanches are sudden, the warning signs are almost always numerous before they let loose. Yet... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 15:30:05
Number of views: 10898

Natural Disaster #2


Some 80 percent of all the planet's earthquakes occur along the rim of the Pacific Ocean, called the... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 15:26:24
Number of views: 1182

Natural Disaster #3

Hurricanes- Engines of Destruction

Hurricanes are giant, spiraling tropical storms that can pack wind speeds of over 160 miles (257 kil... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 15:15:20
Number of views: 1233

Natural Disaster #4


Contrary to the common expression, lightning can and often does strike the same place twice, especia... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 15:11:33
Number of views: 503

Natural Disaster #5

The Short, Violent Life of Tornadoes

Tornadoes are vertical funnels of rapidly spinning air. Their winds may top 250 miles (400 kilometer... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 15:04:33
Number of views: 1633

Natural Disaster #6


The most infamous tsunami of modern times hit Indian Ocean shorelines on the day after Christmas 200... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 14:59:19
Number of views: 6250

Natural Disaster #7


Volcanoes are awesome manifestations of the fiery power contained deep within the Earth. These forma... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 14:53:56
Number of views: 949

Natural Disaster #8

The Global Warming

We call the result global warming, but it is causing a set of changes to the Earth's climate, or lon... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 14:24:01
Number of views: 1016


By: Zookeeper
2007-07-13 14:23:06
Number of views: 280

Composition of the Earth's atmosphere

The Earth's atmosphere is composed pf 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and less than 1% each of argon and carbon dioxide.

The Earth's atmosphere, apart from water vapor and pollutants, is composed pf 78% nitrogen, 21% oxyg... more

By: einstein
2007-07-01 13:46:00
Number of views: 564

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