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Extractions: Corporate News Products Services ... Contacts Geography Unison sells its products directly to customers around the globe. Unison's customer list is one of the most enviable in the business. Hover the mouse pointer over the map on the left to view a list of Unison's customers worldwide (sorted by country). Country Customer Customer Type Canada Air Canada Airline Canada Bombardier Aerospace Airframe OEM Canada Engine OEM Canada Progressive Air Services Distributor Costa Rica LACSA Airlines Airline Mexico Aero Mexico Airline Mexico Mexicana Airline Tobago BWIA International Airline United States AAR Distribution Distributor United States Aerospace Products Int. Distributor United States Distributor United States Alliant Techsystems Space United States Allied Flare Industrial United States American Airlines Airline United States Aviall Distributor United States Boeing Airframe OEM United States Callidus Technologies Industrial United States Capstone Industrial United States Cessna Aircraft Company Airframe OEM United States Coen Company Industrial United States Combustion Technologies Industrial United States Continental Airlines Airline United States Delta Airlines Airline United States Eastern Aero Supply Distributor United States Eaton Corporation Space United States Elliott Energy Systems Industrial
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Extractions: top.tscript.location.href = 'http://cgi.stanford.edu/~csewell/cgi-bin/gsoc.pl?name=' + escape(document.referrer); North America: McKinley (AK, 20,320), Logan (Yukon), Orizaba (Mexico), St. Elias (AK-Yukon), Popocatepetl (Mexico) South America: Aconcagua (Argentina, 22,834), Ojos del Salado (Arg-Chile) Africa: Kilimanjaro (Tanzania, 19,340), Kenya (Kenya), Margherita Peak (Uganda-Zaire), Jaya (New Guinea) European Alps: Mont Blanc (Fr-It, 15,771), Monte Rosa (Switz), Dom (Switz), Liskamm(It-Switz), Weisshom (Switz), Taschhorn (Switz), Matterhorn (Switz) European Caucasus: Elbrus (Russia, 18,510) Asia: Everest (Nepal-Tibet, 29,028), K2 (Godwin Austen, Kashmir), Kanchenjunga (India-Nepal), Lhotse I (Nepal-Tibet) Pacific (64 million square miles) Atlantic (33 million square miles) Indian Arctic South China Caribbean Mediterranean Bering Gulf of Mexico Sea of Okhotsk Deepest Pacific Ocean trench - Mariana Trench (35000 ft) Deepest Atlantic Ocean trench - Puerto Rico Trench (28000 ft) Largest Islands 1) Greenland, Denmark, Atlantic
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Extractions: GEOGRAPHY OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA It's GEOGRAPHY time! What geographical features can you spot on this map of Papua New Guinea? (Hint: mountains and rivers are two types of geographical features.) Here is Willie the Woodchuck to answer all the questions we might have about Papua New Guinea!!! So, Willie, tell us - Where can we find Papua New Guinea on a world map? Well, now, that's quite simple! You can find Papua New Guinea in the South Pacific. It's an island just south of the equator and a tad bit north of Australia.
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Extractions: Papau New Guinea (Source of information on this page credited to the CIA's - The World Factbook Background: Papua New Guinea Geography Location: Southeastern Asia, group of islands including the eastern half of the island of New Guinea between the Coral Sea and the South Pacific Ocean, east of Indonesia Geographic coordinates: 6 00 S, 147 00 E Map references: Oceania Area: total: 462,840 sq km
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Extractions: One such lake is Kutubu, the unspoiled location of the major on-stream oil and gas fields operated by Chevron Niugini. Much of Mendi's development has been as a result of the comparatively recent mineral activity in the area, but in fact the first patrol station was set up in 1937 on Lake Kutubu, serviced by seaplanes, and it was the base from which almost all However, economic development of the area only became possible in the 1970's when the Highlands Highway was extended into the province, reaching Mendi in 1974 and Tari not until 1977. Until this time the entire area was cut-off from the outside world so it is one of the least developed and culturally rich areas in the country. As a tourist destination it offers jaded 'westerners' the unique opportunity to step back in time and develop an understanding of the culture which is attuned to the land and its fauna. Mendi, the Provincial administration centre, is little more than a small town surrounding a large airstrip, where, if an uninitiated tourist had been a fellow passenger on board the 19 seater aircraft when we landed, it would not have been a surprise if he suggested an immediate return flight. Even before the plane came to a standstill we were surrounded by thousands of people, many men waving bows and arrows and covered in mud, shouting and screaming;
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Extractions: @import url(http://www.informationsphere.com/styles/style.css); Home Contributors Site Info Newsletter ... Contact Browse by Alphabet Letter A Letter B Letter C Letter D Letter E Letter F Letter G Letter H Letter I Letter J Letter K Letter L Letter M Letter N Letter O Letter P Letter Q Letter R Letter S Letter T Letter U Letter V Letter W Letter X Letter Y Letter Z Numbers Browse by Category Anthropology Arts Astronomy Biology Chemistry Entertainment Environment Geology History Mathematics Meteorology Military Miscellaneous Physics Politics Regional Science (General) Social Science Introduction Geography People ... Transnational Issues Introduction [Top of Page] Background: The eastern half of the island of New Guinea - second largest in the world - was divided between Germany (north) and the UK (south) in 1885. The latter area was transferred to Australia in 1902, which occupied the northern portion during World War I and continued to administer the combined areas until independence in 1975. A nine-year secessionist revolt on the island of Bougainville ended in 1997, after claiming some 20,000 lives.
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Extractions: Capital: Port Moresby GDP (current prices): US$3.0 billion (2001) Major Industries: copra crushing, palm oil processing, plywood production, wood chip production; mining of gold, silver, and copper; crude oil production; construction, tourism Details of Investment Opportunities Project Leads in China Project Leads in India Last updated on 10 May 2004
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Extractions: One such lake is Kutubu, the unspoiled location of the major on-stream oil and gas fields operated by Chevron Niugini. Much of Mendi's development has been as a result of the comparatively recent mineral activity in the area, but in fact the first patrol station was set up in 1937 on Lake Kutubu, serviced by seaplanes, and it was the base from which almost all exploration of the Southern Highlands took place before World War II. However, economic development of the area only became possible in the 1970's when the Highlands Highway was extended into the province, reaching Mendi in 1974 and Tari not until 1977. Until this time the entire area was cut-off from the outside world so it is one of the least developed and culturally rich areas in the country.
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Extractions: A concise, cogent, and colorful overview of the gorgeous art of the Pacific Islands, placing the art in cultural and political context. Thomas not only describes the art thoroughly, but provides an understanding into the meaning of the art both for native peoples and Europeans. Thoroughly illustrated with color and black-and-white photographs and drawings. Throwim Way Leg Tim F. Flannery Subtitled "Tree-Kangaroos, Possums and Penis Gourds, On the Track of Unknown Mammals in Wildest New Guinea," this witty account of a scientific expedition to New Guinea combines natural history, adventure and insightful commentary on local communities. A wonderful writer and top-notch scientist, Flannery returned from the expedition with 20 new species of mammals including a tree kangaroo and bat thought extinct since the Pleistocene. With sketch maps and photographs (including shots of the handsome ground-living tree kangaroo that Flannery discovered in the high mountains of Irian Jaya in 1994). "Throwim way leg" in the local idiom means to go on a journey.
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Extractions: Sights add sight show more Articles Pictures ... by Guidez.net (source: CIA WorldFactBook) Flag description: divided diagonally from upper hoist-side corner; the upper triangle is red with a soaring yellow bird of paradise centered; the lower triangle is ..... read more by Guidez.net (source: CIA WorldFactBook) The eastern half of the island of New Guinea - second largest in the world - was divided between Germany (north) and the UK (south) ..... read more by Guidez.net (source: US Department of State) Papau New Guinea is rich in natural resources, including minerals, timber, and fish, and produces a variety of commercial agricultural products. The economy generally can ..... read more by Guidez.net (source: US Department of State) Papua New Guinea's foreign policy reflects close ties with Australia and other traditional allies and cooperative relations with neighboring countries. Its views on international political ..... read more by Guidez.net (source: US Department of State)
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Extractions: World Regional Geography Arreola Australia and Oceania Setting the Boundaries Australia, New Zealand, Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia An island continent, and a sea of other islands where water is more abundant than land Latitudinal range23.5 degrees North to 45 degrees South, encompassing tropical, subtropical, and midlatitudes Like Latin America, Africa, this region includes Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, as well the Equator Longitudinal rangecirca 120 degrees, some 60 East and 60 West of the International Date Line A region largely peripheral to world consciousness Environmental Geography a. Australia western plateau, east coast uplands central and northern lowlands varied climatesdry, midlatitude, tropical savanna biogeographical realms New Zealand North vs South Island Midlatitude and highland climates Oceanic Realm high vs low islands too much or too little water Environmental Issues exotic plants and animals deforestation rising sea level Population and Settlement a.
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Extractions: Papua New Guinea Cooperant Handbook This handbook deals with issues specific to living and working in Papua New Guinea. It is a starting point for thinking about the conditions that you will face as a cooperant. It won't have answers to all of your questions but it should be a useful starting point as you prepare to join us. If you would like more information on a certain subject, please contact the CUSO office in Madang. Please refer to the Cooperant Policy Manual, your Placement Description, the Health Manual, The Emergency Procedures Guide and the Country Health Risks sheet for more information. Background Information on Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea (PNG) lies just south of the equator and to the north of Australia. It is the last of a string of islands spilling down from South-East Asia into the Pacific and could be said to form a transition zone between the two areas. PNG occupies the eastern end of the island of New Guinea. In addition, there is a collection of islands, some rather large, around the main island mass (The country comprises over 600 islands, but 85 per cent of its mass is mainland).