Geography Essays Example
Type of paper: Essay
Topic: Mexico, World, Spain, United Nations, Organization, City, Industry, Water
Short answer essay
Buenos Aires, Mexico City (United Nations Organization, 2014).
Only 2 countries with life span below 70 years - Bolivia, Gayana(Wdi.worldbank.org, 2014).
Mesopotamia in Greek means located between two rivers. Thus in South America there is such a region – it is northeastern Argentina comprising Misiones, Corrientes, and Entre Ríos provinces, bounded on the west by the Gran Chaco of Argentina, on the north by Paraguay, on the northeast by Brazil, and on the southeast by Uruguay. This place is located between the Paraná River (on the southwest to north) and the Uruguay River (on the southeast to northeast).
I would choose car industry. First, because it is one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing industries. Second, there is an affiliated company of General Motors in Mexico – the biggest representative in the car industry.
Peru (Silverman and Isbell, 2008).
Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas.
Humid subtropical (country is located entirely in the temperate zone).
Mexico City (Sagmit and Soriano, 1998).
Treaty of Tordesillas (1494) was signed between Spain and Portugal to determine division and control over newly opened territories in the world. These countries set a specific line to define their spheres of influence. The lands to the east would belong to Portugal and the lands to the west to Spain. As a result of such a division Spain actually “made a present” to Portugal by way of Brasil (Herzog, n.d.).
Wdi.worldbank.org, (2014). World Development Indicators: Mortality | The World Bank. [online] Available at: http://wdi.worldbank.org/table/2.21 .
Sagmit, R. and Soriano, N. (1998). Manila: REX Book Store Inc., p.108.
United Nations Organization, (2014). World Urbanization Prospects. [online] United Nations Organization, p.14. Available at: http://esa.un.org/unpd/wup/Highlights/WUP2014-Highlights.pdf.
Herzog, T. (n.d.). Frontiers of possession: Spain and Portugal in Europe and the Americas
Silverman, H. and Isbell, W. (2008). Handbook of South American archaeology. New York: Springer.