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Midwestern United States

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The Midwestern United States, also referred to as the American Midwest or simply the Midwest, ... Illinois is the most populous of the states and North Dakota the least. ... balanced between heavy i...

Causes of Hunger are related to Poverty — Global Issues

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Feb 25, 2001 ... Issues such as land use, land ownership, war, famine and so on lead to ... More generally, high losses in developing nations are mainly due to a .... of cheap and plentiful raw materials and agricultural products to the developed world. .... economic benefits to producers by at least US$200 billion annually ...

The United States as a Coastal Nation - The Earth Institute

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An abundance of rich, fertile land and an open frontier uniquely characterize US economic .... Section 5 presents our results supporting coastal proximity's continuing ..... In 2000, 27.7 percent of adults in the coastal counties had at least a.

Western Immigration - Conner Prairie Interactive History Park

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Since the American nation was founded and developed on the basis of this westward ... a low man-land ratio and unusually abundant, unexploited natural resources .... and I assure you we have not the least wish to return to the land of our nativity. ... While it was true that western lands were somewhat more fertile than the ...

The Political Economy of Large-Scale Agricultural Land ... - UNDP

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number of negative impacts from recent large-scale land acquisitions in .... According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), .... abundant least developed country in sub-Saharan Africa. ... Section 4 outlines .... such elites secured access to some of the most attractive and fertile land on the continent.

Crop production and natural resource use - Food and Agriculture ...

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There are three sources of growth in crop production: arable land expansion ... of irrigated agriculture in total crop production (see Section 4.4.1), and irrigated ..... as follows - very suitable (VS): at least 80 percent; suitable (S): 60 to 80 percent; .... Even within the relatively land-abundant regions, there is great diversity o...

Natural Resource Abundance and Economic Growth - Center for ...

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men of a fat and fertile soil, are most commonly effeminate and cowards; whereas contrariwise a .... In the empirical section, we measure growth between 1970 and 1989, ... United Nations (Raul Prebisch), The Economic Development of Latin America ..... Both Malaysia and Mauritius were quite open to trade, at least in the.

Population and Environment - NCBI - National Institutes of Health

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Keywords: climate change, coastal and marine environments, land-cover change , ... In the concluding section, we relate population-environment research to the .... developing nations continue to experience rapid population growth, remain .... on fertility when there are at least a score of potentially confounding variables, ...

The Effects of Oil

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Nigeria joined the league of oil producing nations on August 3rd, 1956 when oil was ... have in the past, provided habitat for an abundance of fish and marine wildlife. ... Living on a fertile alluvial soil and blessed with a necklace of rivers and creeks, ... However, under Nigerian law, Section 41 of the Federal Environmental  .....

Population Distribution, Urbanization, Internal Migration

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The Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat is a vital .... significantly to urban growth, particularly in countries where fertility levels ... with about 20 per cent of their respective populations living in cities with at least 5 .... population to productive land and fast population growth do not ...

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John Locke: Second Treatise of Civil Government: Chapter 5

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... ten acres of equally fertile land do in Devonshire, where they are well cultivated? ... Whence it is plain, that at least a great part of the land lay in common; that the ... several nations of the Americans are of this, who are rich in land, and poor in all ... with the materials of plenty, i.e. a fruitful soil, apt to produce in ...

Africa: Resources - National Geographic Society

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Jan 4, 2012 ... Africa's narrow southern section is far more influenced by oceanic factors ... This is a result of Africa's abundant forest cover, with 0.8 hectares (2 ... In 2002, the United Nations created the Kimberley Process ... While farmland has increased by 500 percent as a result of the dam, land fertility has decreased...

The state of the world's land and water resources for food and ...

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Cover design: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Cover photos: FAO ... Managing soil health and fertility. 140. Soil moisture .... tries, where both water and soil nutrients are least abundant. Yet in some locations,.