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Amazing World Geography: A Book of Answers for Kids (The New York Public Library)

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Amazing World Geography: A Book of Answers for Kids (The New York Public Library) By Andrea Sutcliffe
Publisher: W.i.l.e.y 2002 | 176 Pages | ISBN: 0471392960 | PDF | 8 MB

Amazing World Geography: A Book of Answers for Kids (The New York Public Library)
Follow the Ring of Fire from New Zealand to South America. Navigate the Blue Nile and walk the Great Wall of China. Meet the first person to reach the South Pole and witness the "Green Revolution" in India. Explore the people, landscapes, and languages of our fascinating planet and uncover the answers to all your questions about world geography . . .
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Terra Incognita: Travels in Antarctica

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Terra Incognita: Travels in Antarctica by Sara Wheeler
1997 | ISBN: 0099731819, 067944078X, 0375753389 | English | 320 pages | EPUB | 0.8 MB

Terra Incognita: Travels in Antarctica
After writing two highly praised travel books, Sara Wheeler was accepted by the American government to be the first foreigner on their National Science Foundation's Antarctic Artists' and Writers Program. She spent seven months on the continent, travelling from the fabled Ross Ice Shelf to the Pole itself, the remoter reaches of the West Antarctic ice sheet, and the balmy Antarctic Peninsula.

Terra Incognita is a meditation on the landscape, myths and history of one of the remotest parts of the globe, as well as an encounter with the international temporary residents of the region – living in close confinement despite the surrounding acres of white space – and the mechanics of day-to-day life in extraordinary conditions. Through Sara Wheeler, the Antarctic is revealed, in all its seductive mystery.
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Athletics Coaching Books Collection

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Canadian Athletics Coaching Books Collection – Mantesh
English | PDF | E-book Collection | All in One | 548 MB

Athletics Coaching Books Collection
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Biomechanics
Planning and Periodization
Theory and Methodology
Youth Development
Coach Development
Psychology
from the following sports:
Sprinting, Hurdles, Relay, Triple Jump, High Jump, Long Jump, Pole Vault, Discus, Hammer, Shotput, Javelin, Steeplechase, Heptathlon, Decathlon, and Weightlifting.

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Cartography from Pole to Pole: Selected Contributions to the XXVIth International Conference of the ICA, Dresden 2013

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Cartography from Pole to Pole: Selected Contributions to the XXVIth International Conference of the ICA, Dresden 2013 by Manfred Buchroithner and Nikolas Prechtel
English | 2013-08-26 | ISBN: 364232617X | PDF | 600 pages | 17 MB

Cartography from Pole to Pole: Selected Contributions to the XXVIth International Conference of the ICA, Dresden 2013
This volume comprehends a selection of papers presented during the 26th International Cartographic Conference held in Dresden from the 26th to the 30th of August 2013. It covers many fields of relevant Mapping and GIS research subjects, such as cartographic applications, cartographic tools, generalisation and update Propagation, higher dimensional visualisation and augmented reality, planetary mapping issues, cartography and environmental modelling, user generated content and spatial data infrastructure, use and usability as well as cartography and GIS in education.
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Kolyma: The Arctic Death Camps

Robert Conquest – Kolyma: The Arctic Death Camps
Oxford University Press | 1979 | ISBN: N/A | English | 255 pages | PDF | 6.93 MB
Basically, the frightfulness of Kolyma was due not to geographical or climatic reasons, but to conscious decisions taken in Moscow. For a few years before 1937, in fact, it was well administered and the death rate was low. The climate, though exceedingly cold, is a remarkably healthy one for men who are properly fed, clothed and sheltered. In this earlier phase, the main aim of the administration was to produce gold efficiently. In the later period ( as one commandant put it quite openly), though the gold remained important, the central aim was to kill off the prisoners. In the earliest period of the labour camp system, the Solovki camps on the islands of the White Sea were the symbol of the whole system, the worst killers. These were followed, in the mid-thirties, by the camps of the Baltic-White Sea Canal. Kolyma took their place just when the system was reaching its maximum expansion, and remained central to it for the next fifteen years, as (in Solzhenitsyn's words) 'the pole of cold and cruelty' of the labour camp system."

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