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Angel Mendoza Australia
529 wordsWe are dedicated to helping students with their everyday College needs. If you have any questions or comments Please feel free to e-mail us @ Thanks to students like YOU! Please, Keep them coming and help us grow Australia By: Angel mendoza Australia is an island continent and is located southeast of Asia. Australia is the smallest continent in the world. Australia is made up of six states. The climate in Australia varies greatly: a hot season, wet season with rains falling mainly in February an...
Millions Of Koalas In Eastern Australia
1,900 wordsIt used to take thousands of years before a species became extinct due to natural changes in the environment. Now, more than ever before many species of animals are on their way to becoming extinct. This is called an endangered species. An endangered species is a species that is exposed to danger, harm or loss threatening to diminish their overall population. It is important that we pay close attention to the cause of endangering a species. Once a species becomes extinct, they are truly a thing ...
Britain's Interest In The European Community
607 wordsAustralia - Monarchy or Republic Even before James Cook discovered this continent that later would be named Australia, there where people living on this continent. They are being called Aboriginal and are the origin population of Australia. In the year of 1788 the first convicts are being sent to Australia because of over crowded prisons in Britain. These people, with free settlers from Ireland were to become Australia's new population and the forefathers for many Australians today. Britain then...
First Post World War II Migration Program
607 wordsThe two world wars had a profound effect on Australia's migration program. The resettling of refugees and young people in the postwar periods, especially after World War II, were significant chapters in Australian immigration history. Since the late 1940's, about 5.6 million immigrants from over 140 countries have made Australia their home. The mass migrations of the immediate postwar decades have subsided according to changing circumstances, with the preference now on the entry of people with n...
Australia A Multicultural Country
1,445 wordsThe lives of ordinary Australians have changed greatly since 1945. In this present day of 2007 we see many different cultures coming together to call Australia home. Before this though, there were many issues regarding a multicultural society in Australia; and who should and shouldn't enter into this country. During this presentation today, I will be presenting you with the changes that Australia has had to face in a bid to make our society multicultural and appealing to all different background...
433 wordsWalter's letter to the editor adopted a strong stance against those who would like to increase our levels of immigration. She adopted a sarcastic tone through out, by bringing up counter arguments and then strongly rebutting them. The heading "A sustainable population" is indicative of the policy she supports i.e. restriction on number of migrants as a means of avoiding population explosion which would damage our ecology. She opens by quoting her opposition " you believe in restricted migrants.....
Issue In Australia For Many Years
1,577 wordsAUSTRALIA A MULTICULTURAL NATION THE TOP 2 O COUNTRIES FROM WHICH PEOPLE HAVE MIGRATED TO AUSTRALIA, plus THE PERCENTAGE OF THE AUSTRALIAN POPULATION IN JANUARY 1988. England 44% Ireland 17% Scotland 12% Italy 4% Germany 4% Greece 2% Netherlands 1.5% China 1.2% Croatia 1% Poland 0.8% Malta 0.8% Lebanon 0.7% Spain 0.6% Sri Lanka 0.6% Vietnam 0.5% France 0.5% Yugoslavia 0.5% Denmark 0.4% India 0.4% Hungary 0.3% see graph and world map on following pages. ITALIAN AUSTRALIANS There are more than 1 m...
National Gallery Of Australia
2,139 wordsMainland Australia, with an area of 4.9 million square miles, is the largest island and the smallest continent on Earth. It stretches some 2300 miles from its most northern to its most southern point, and about 2500 miles from east to west. In area, Australia is the sixth largest nation after Russia, Canada, China, the United States of America and Brazil. Its population, however, is relatively small (now estimated at just over 22 million). Australia's average elevation is 1100 ft, the lowest of ...
1996 Projections Of The Populations Of Australia
1,758 wordsFor an opinion on this topic to be formulated, one must fully understand the question. Armageddon is defined in the 2002 Brittania dictionary as 'the site and time of a final and conclusive battle between the forces of good and evil. ' The term 'environmental armageddon' must therefore be interpreted with regard to the definition but not to such an extreme. 'Environmental armageddon' refers to the end or destruction of the Australian environment and can not be put in terms of good or evil, rathe...
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