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  • Docklands Area
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    "Evaluate the success of the economic, social and physical regeneration of The London Docklands". In Medieval times development occurred on the Thames, where Romans had once settled. Growth of shipbuilding industry led to the development of this area. The London Docks were built between 1700 and 1921. The reason was to ease congestion on the Thames between ships, and the lock gates helped to control the water level in the river. Security was also improved within the docks because of the high wal...
  • First Plants To Colonise An Area
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    Vegetation develops in many different and varied environments with each environment having different effects on the vegetation change over time. This essay will examine these different factors, in different environments. It will examine different sereal stages in different environment, the lithosere or rock environment, the psammosere or sand environment, the halosere or saltwater environment and hydrosere or fresh water environment. A sere is a stage of events by which the vegetation of an area...
  • Implementation Of The Center City Project
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    When the Heer's Tower closed down in the 1960's, the downtown area of Springfield, MO. lost a major economic and entertaining element. Since then, Springfield has been planning and working to get back a lot of the status that it once had. The city government had to bring attractions and business in the form of new business's to spur development to accommodate the 151,580 citizens that reside in the small city. Mayor Tom Carlson and City Manager Tom Finnie have been heading the projects with the ...
  • Redevelopment Of Brownfield Sites
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    The Brownfield Problem Brownfields are abandoned, idled, or under-used industrial and commercial sites where expansion or redevelopment is complicated by real, or perceived environmental contamination that can add cost, time, and uncertainty to the redevelopment process. Throughout the country there are an estimated 450,000 brownfield's. These vacant properties exist mostly in cities, serving no practical purpose, and act as both eyesores and environmental as well as economic pitfalls. The inner...
  • Rural Development In Their Respective Functional Area
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    INTRODUCTION Generally, rural development deals with the processes of change in rural societies. It is a special concern for the equity goal such as poverty alleviation, income distribution, eradication of social inequality and equal access to public goods and services in rural areas. It is supposed to be a special distributional activity, a package of interventions not only to increase agricultural production but also to improve the entire rural economy. Just like in other developing countries,...
  • Destruction Of Wetlands
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    The destruction of wetlands is the issue of the modern American ecology. First of all, let's give definition to a term 'wetland'. Wetland means the territories that were saturated or inundated by ground water or surface. Wetlands usually include bogs, swamps, marshes and other similar areas. The major part of wetlands is located Alaska. Approximately than 103,000,000 acres in the lower 48 states remain nowadays and an additional 170 mln acres in Alaska from 215 million acres that existed approxi...
  • Future Developments In Micro Hydro
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    Micro - Hydro power schemes - Summary. The objectives of this project was for me to set a background to the reader, to research into the simple advantages and disadvantages of micro-hydro and to look into future developments. All objectives were achieved in the project. I found the simple advantages to be as follows; Micro-hydro's use to third world countries, - Doesn't require a developed infrastructure to develop. - Doesn't make third world countries depend on first world countries for parts, ...
  • Great Impact To Belgium's Development
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    Belgium has one of the most highly developed economic systems the world. The impact of the nations geography, climate, and natural resources lead to this economic development. Belgium has three geographical regions: the central plateau, the coastal plain, and the Ardennes highland. The central plateau us a gently rolling, slightly elevated area. Its irrigated by may water ways and contain a number of wide fertile valleys with a rich, alluvial soil, caves, grottoes, and ravines are found in parts...
  • Latest Development Proposal
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    Wilson's Promontory is located some 200 km south east of Melbourne and occupies an area of around 50,000 hectares, forming the southern-most tip of the Australian Mainland, and occupying the whole peninsula. The pristine area was officially put aside for National Park specification in 1898 and is renowned for its natural, cultural and historic values, more recently it has been recognised internationally as a Biosphere Reserve designated by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural ...
  • Positive Factor For Individial Development
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    It is the individial that forms our society. Firstly and basicly, competetion is essential during for personal improvement. Everyone want to be the best, but success come from not only hope and enthusiasm, it need also quality and knowledge to acheveing certain thing. When in a competetion enviroment, one who want to win again others, must be more qualification than other rivals. This time, competetion will be a force for competitors to work harder and better. If others better than me? What is o...

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