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  1. Indiana. University. Dept. of geography. Technical report by Robert C Kingsbury, 1960
  2. A topographical description of the island of Grenada by Pinel, 1972
  3. Our Country - St Vincent and the Grenadines (Caribbean Social Studies) by Adrian Fraser, Keith Joseph, 1998-12-02
  4. Small farming in Grenada, West Indies (Manitoba geographical studies) by John S Brierley, 1974

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84. National Geographic Magazine, November 1984 (Chocolate, Waterfowl, Grenada, Etc)
in Antarctica; Chocolate Food of the Gods; Marking Time in grenada; Keywords culture travel anthropology geography places exploration village photo photos
Title: National Geographic Magazine, November 1984 (Chocolate, Waterfowl, Grenada, etc) Topic: Main Catalog National Geographic Description: Volume 166, Number 5. Articles:
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85. Caribbean Islands - Geography
Caribbean Islands. geography. grenada and its largely uninhabited outlying territories are the most southerly of the Windward Islands (see fig.
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Part of the volcanic chain in the Lesser Antilles arc, Grenada and its possessions generally vary in elevation from under 300 meters to over 600 meters above sea level. Grenada is more rugged and densely foliated than its outlying possessions, but other geographical conditions are more similar. Grenada's landmass rises from a narrow, coastal plain in a generally north-south trending axis of ridges and narrow valleys. Mount St. Catherine is the highest peak at 840 meters. Although many of the rocks and soils are of volcanic origin, the volcanic cones dotting Grenada are long dormant. Some of the drainage features on Grenada remain from its volcanic past. There are a few crater lakes, the largest of which is Grand Etang. The swift upper reaches of rivers, which occasionally overflow and cause flooding and landslides, generally cut deeply into the conic slopes. By contrast, many of the water courses in the lowlands tend to be sluggish and meandering. Data as of November 1987

86. Grenada Web Map
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Geographic coordinates: 12 07 N, 61 40 W Geographic coordinates: 12 07 N, 61 40 W Location:
Caribbean, island between the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, north of Trinidad and Tobago Area:
total: 340 sq km
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water: sq km Land boundaries: km Coastline: 121 km Maritime claims:
exclusive economic zone: 200 nm territorial sea: 12 nm Climate: tropical; tempered by northeast trade winds Terrain: volcanic in origin with central mountains Elevation extremes: lowest point: Caribbean Sea m highest point: Mount Saint Catherine 840 m Natural resources: timber, tropical fruit, deepwater harbors Land use: arable land: permanent crops: permanent pastures: forests and woodland: other: 55% (1993 est.) Irrigated land: NA sq km Natural hazards: lies on edge of hurricane belt; hurricane season lasts from June to November Environment current issues: NA Environment international agreements: party to: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Desertification, Law of the Sea, Ozone Layer Protection, Whaling

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89. Welcome To The Caribbean Geography And Geographical Features
geography and Geographical Features. Reportedly, the physical Martinique, St. Lucia, the Grenadines, parts of grenada, Tobago and Barbados. The
Welcome to the Caribbean Home Page Welcome WTTC News Business ... Vegetation Geography and Geographical Features Reportedly, the physical beauty of the region fascinated the first Europeans who traveled to the Caribbean. These Spaniards in Columbus' ships described the Caribbean as green and fertile, cooled by the trade winds, with a climate of `perpetual spring'. The lush vegetation, types of fruits and the flora and fauna were portrayed with great enthusiasm. The Caribbean region, located in the tropics, extends in a broad arc of over 4000 km from the Bahamas in the north to Guyana and Suriname in the south. The region also includes, based on historical factors, Belize which is in Central America bordering Mexico and Guatemala. The countries are widely different in physical and population size as well as landforms and geology.
It is to be noted that Dominica, St. Vincent and most of St. Kitts have no white sand beaches. The volcanic ash that characterizes these islands is extremely fertile. Historically, St. Kitts has produced sugar cane with yields comparable to those of high yield sugar-producing countries, like Australia and Cuba. The verdant green of the valleys in St. Vincent is an indication of the fertility of the soil in that island.

90. Geography - Grenada
Geographic coordinates, 12 07 N, 61 40 W. administration of the islands of the Grenadines group is divided between Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and grenada.
Grenada Location Caribbean, island between the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, north of Trinidad and Tobago Geographic coordinates 12 07 N, 61 40 W Map references: Central America and the Caribbean Area total : 340 sq km
land: 340 sq km
water: sq km Land boundaries km Coastline 121 km Maritime claims exclusive economic zone: 200 nm
territorial sea: 12 nm Climate tropical; tempered by northeast trade winds Terrain volcanic in origin with central mountains Elevation extremes lowest point: Caribbean Sea m
highest point : Mount Saint Catherine 840 m Natural resources timber, tropical fruit, deepwater harbors Land use arable land : 15%
permanent crops: 18%
permanent pastures: 3%
forests and woodland: 9%
other: 55% (1993 est.)

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  • 92. Women Economic Participation And Their Contribution To SED: Grenada
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    93. 1999 Mississippi Geography Education Fund Grants
    and Ecosystem grenada School District grenada, Mississippi $20,000 grenada Middle School Project participants will learn how to use geography to interpret the
    1999 Mississippi Geography Education Fund Grants
    In 1999, the Mississippi Geography Education Fund made five grants totalling $55,575.
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    Grenada Middle School will develop a model Choctaw village to provide a teaching tool for cultures and ecosystems on school grounds. The "village" will be used to demonstrate the human interaction of a specific historical culture with their environment. Project participants will learn how to use geography to interpret the past and to make decisions in their community. Bringing Cultures to Life
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    This project is intended to foster use of local libraries as geography learning sites for local teachers and parents by developing a collection of geographic materials and activities and providing training and outreach. The Library will assemble "culture packages," including books, realia, suggested classroom activities and additional resources on a variety of other cultures. Through on-site training and in-service programs at the county school system, teachers and parents of preschoolers and 1st through 6th graders will be provided with training sessions on the use of culture packages. The "Web of Life" Map Learning Component

    94. Phrasebase™ - Grenada Facts And Information, Grenada Statistics, Grenada Facts,
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    One of the smallest independent countries in the western hemisphere, Grenada was seized by a Marxist military council on 19 October 1983. Six days later the island was invaded by US forces and those of six other Caribbean nations, which quickly captured the ringleaders and their hundreds of Cuban advisers. Free elections were reinstituted the following year.
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    Grenada Independence
    1974 February 7 (from UK)
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    1973 December 19
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    96. PolitInfo US: Country Information On Grenada (Profile)
    OFFICIAL NAME grenada. geography Area 344 sq. km. (133 sq. mi.); about twice the size of Washington, DC. Cities CapitalSt. George s (est. pop. 33,734).
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    Area: 344 sq. km. (133 sq. mi.); about twice the size of Washington, DC.
    Cities: Capital St. George's (est. pop. 33,734).
    Terrain: Volcanic island with mountainous rainforest.
    Climate: Tropical. People Nationality: Noun and adjective Grenadian(s). Population (1999 est.): 100,700. Annual growth rate (1999): 8.2%. Ethnic groups: African descent (82%), some South Asians (East Indians) and Europeans, trace Arawak/Carib Indian. Religions: Roman Catholic, Anglican, various Protestant denominations. Languages: English (official). Education: Years compulsory Literacy 95% of adult population. Health: Infant mortality rate Life expectancy 72 yrs. Work force (1999 , 41,017): Services/tourism industry agriculture other unemployment Government Type: Constitutional monarchy with Westminster-style Parliament. Independence: February 7, 1974.

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    The Carib Indians were in possession of Grenada when Columbus arrived in 1498, but their fierce resistance to European settlement kept the island uncolonized for another 150 years. It was the French who finally defeated the Caribs, some of whom jumped to their deaths rather than surrender. (The cliff in the town of Sauteurs is now known as Caribs Leap.) The French established plantations that used slave labor to grow tobacco, sugar, cotton and other crops. The British wrested control of the island from the French in 1783 and though they abolished slavery 50 years later, plantations remained the island's economic mainstay.

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