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         Jordan Geography:     more books (100)
  1. Human Mosaic: A Thematic Introduction to Cultural Geography 4th Ed by Terry and Rowntree, Lester Jordan, 1986
  3. The European Culture Area: A Systematic Geography by Terry G.; Jordan, Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov, 1996
  4. High Lights of Geography-Europe by David Starr And Cather, Katherine Dunlap Jordan, 1925
  5. My Kind of Geography (Center for American Places - My Kind of . . . series) by Terry Jordan-Bychkov, 2007-05-01
  6. The European Culture Area: A Systematic Geography by Terry G. Jordan Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov, 1987
  7. The Human Mosaic: A Thematic Introduction to Cultural Geography Eighth Ed. by Terry G.; Jordan, Terry G.; Domosh, Mona Jordan-Bychkov, 1998
  8. Peter Parley's method of telling about the geography of the Bible by Samuel G Goodrich, 1838
  9. Holy Sites of Jordan by Ghazi bin Muhammad, 1999-02-15
  10. North American Cattle-ranching Frontiers. (book reviews): An article from: The Geographical Review by John B. Wright, 1994-04-01
  11. The Upland South: The Making of an American Folk Region and Landscape by Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov, 2003-03
  12. Study Guide to Accompany Jordan, Domosh, Rowntree the Human Mosaic by James G., III Duvall, 1993-10
  13. Old Houses of Jordan
  14. The Changing Land: Between the Jordan and the Sea : Aerial Photographs from 1917 to the Present by Benjamin Z. Kedar, 2000-01

61. Geography Of Israel-Palestine. Maps Don't Lie!
Map of Israel, geography, zionism, Israel, geography Israel, Maps of Israel, Golan Heights, Golan Thus far only Egypt and jordan have formalized a peace treaty.
Map of Israel, Geography, zionism, Israel, Geography Israel, Maps of Israel, Golan Heights, Golan, Hula Valley, Hullah Valley, Palestine, Palestinian, Middle East, middle east peace, maps Israel: The Most Disputed strip of Real Estate on Planet Earth!
Map of Israel, Geography, zionism, Israel, Geography Israel, Maps of Israel, Golan Heights, Golan, Hula Valley, Hullah Valley, Palestine, Palestinian, Middle East, middle east peace, maps
In a Nutshell... Animation Showing Israel in Relation to the Arab/Muslim Countries.
Click HERE U nlike Islam's Koran , which commands Muslims to force the entire planet to submit to literal control by Islam, the Jewish Torah promises the children of Israel a modest and reasonable allotment of land. Israel in RED , is a democratic nation 1/19th the size of California, surrounded by hostile Arab/Islamic dictatorships with 640 times her size, 60 times her population and ALL the oil. How dare Arab propagandists call Israel "expansionist!" And how dare anyone believe them! How can Israel, which occupies one-sixth of one percent of the lands called Arab, be responsible for the political dissatisfaction of 22 Arab countries? How can the 13 million Jews in the world (almost 5 million fewer than they were in 1939!) be blamed for the problems of the 250 million Arabs, who have brotherly ties to 1.4 billion Muslims worldwide?

62. Jordan, With National Anthem, Flag, Map And Its People, Economy, Geography, Gove
geography Links, jordan geography Environment, Military Links, History Links,
Jordan Links Government Links Submit new link ideas here! Economy Links City Population Data Society Links Arabnet- Jordan Online Newspapers Geography Links Military Links History Links Jordan History 20th Century Jordan Pre- World I Alphabetical List of Nations (text links) Select a Country or Region Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Arctic Ocean Aruba Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Baker Island Bangladesh Barbados Bassas da India Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory British Virgin Islands Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Clipperton Island Cocos (Keeling) Islands Colombia Comoros Congo Congo, Democratic Rep.

63. Palestine-Net: Geography Of Palestine
PalestineNet geography of Palestine. Palestine, currently under occupation, is located on the East coast of the Miditerannean Sea, West of jordan and to the
Palestine-Net : Geography of Palestine
Map of Palestine (45k, likely to become an image map with zoom in)
Destroyed Palestinian villages (1948)
(count them ... 1, 2, ... 418)
Land and People
- Overview (scroll down!)
Palestine and the Environment
(main environmental issues)
Know Thy Homeland
(links to websites of Palestinian cities, towns and villages) Land and Borders
Palestine, currently under occupation, is located on the East coast of the Miditerannean Sea, West of Jordan and to the south of Lebanon. The territory of Palestine covers around 10,435 square miles (almost same size as the state of Vermont in the USA - that is, pretty small.) [
Out of this territory, there are 10,163 square miles of land area. The rest is water: half of the area of the Dead Sea (al-BaHr al-Mayyit), Huleh Lake (BuHayrat al-Huuleh) which was dried by the occupation and Tiberias Lake (BuHayrat Tabariyyah) which is also known as the Sea of Galilee (BaHr al-jaliil). Topography and Terrain
Palestine can be divided into four main distinct regions:
  • Coastal and Inner Plains:
    These are among the best fertile land in Palestine and elsewhere, with adequate resources of irrigation (from rainfall and underground water). They are where most of the Palestinian citrus groves used to stand. The coastal stretch is divided by Jabal al-Karmel (Mount Carmel) into the plain of Akka (Acre) and the plain of Palestine (also called Saruunah). The inner part consists, largely, of Marj bin 3aamir. This one is triangular in shape, with Jenin and Nazareth (An-NaaSirah) as its base and the SE edge of the Akka plain as its sharp corner.

64. Faculty Of Humanities And Social Sciences/Department Of Geography...
Specialization Urban geography. Research Interests Urban geography. Bachelor University of jordan, jordan, 1967. Master University of jordan, jordan, 1974.
Department of Geography... Back Chairman: Professor Hasan Salameh Ramadan The Department of Geography was established in the academic year 1962/63, and has, since then, been active in increasing its faculty members and developing its study plans and teaching and research facilities. The Department established a Map and Aerial Photo Library and Labs, which were supplied with all necessary equipment. In 1982/83, the Department started an M.A. program, while the Ph.D. program started in 1998/99. Department Members: Hassan A. K. Saleh Email: Academic Rank: Professor Year Rank Obtained: Specialization: Economic Geography, Agriculture Research Interests: Resources, Environment, Development, Desertification Bachelor: Cairo, Egypt, 1958 Master: Cairo, Egypt, 1962 Ph.D.: Durham, UK, 1969

65. Geography Of Water Resources
geography of Water Resources. The jordan River Valley stretches from Mount Hermon in the north to the Dead Sea in the south and includes Israel, jordan, Lebanon
Geography of Water Resources The Jordan River Valley stretches from Mount Hermon in the north to the Dead Sea in the south and includes Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. Eighty percent of the basin, however, is in Israel, Jordan, and the West Bank, which do not have other significant surface water sources, and have only limited groundwater sources. Jordan relies on the surface waters of the basin for 75% of its water needs, while Israel relies on the surface waters for only 30% of its water consumption because it has larger aquifers from which to draw water. Syria relies on the basin minimally, for the Euphrates River and other smaller basins fall within its borders. Israel and Palestine have an combined 1.4 BCM/yr of renewable water resources, with an additional 450 MCM/yr captured by Israeli water reuse and rainwater collection for a total of about 2 BCM/yr. Already a deficit of water exists between what is used and what is available in the environment. In 1994, Israel and the Palestinian territories used approximately 2.1 BCM of water. Map of the Regional Drainage Basins The Sea of Galilee is the principal aboveground storage reservoir in the basin with a surface area of 170 square kilometers and a volume of approximately 4000 MCM. Its water derives from three sources: the Hasbani, Dan and Banias River, which merge at a point six kilometers within Israel’s northern border. At present, the water level in the Sea of Galilee has fallen more than 213 meters below sea level and is now no more than 4 to 6 meters deep at any point. This low quantity of water threatens water quality, including the toxic algae and lowers the water pressure that keeps out the salt water springs flowing into the bottom of the lake.

66. Asia -
jordan Outline Map Printout An outline map of jordan to print. Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Outline Map Printout An outline map of Kazakhstan to print. is a user-supported site.
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An outline map of Afghanistan to print. Armenia: Outline Map Printout An outline map of Armenia to print. Azerbaijan: Outline Map Printout An outline map of Azerbaijan to print. Bahrain: Outline Map Printout An outline map of Bahrain to print. Bangladesh: Outline Map Printout An outline map of Bangladesh to print. Burma/Myanmar: Outline Map Printout An outline map of Burma/Myanmar to print. Cambodia: Outline Map Printout An outline map of Cambodia to print. China Information on China, including maps, flags, crafts, the Great Wall, Chinese New Year, etc. China: Outline Map Printout An outline map of China to print.

67. Geography Of Israel - Topography, Climate
World Facts Index Israel geography Map of Israel is bounded on the north by Lebanon, on the northeast by Syria, on the east and southeast by jordan, on the
Geography of Israel
World Facts Index Israel Map of Israel Israel is located at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea. It is bounded on the north by Lebanon, on the northeast by Syria, on the east and southeast by Jordan, on the southwest by Egypt, and on the west by the Mediterranean Sea. Before June 1967, the area composing Israel (resulting from the armistice lines of 1949 and 1950) was about 20,700 square kilometers, which included 445 square kilometers of inland water. Thus Israel was roughly the size of the state of New Jersey, stretching 424 kilometers from north to south. Its width ranged from 114 kilometers to, at its narrowest point, 10 kilometers. The area added to Israel after the June 1967 War, consisting of occupied territories (the West Banksee Glossaryand the Gaza Strip) and annexed territories (East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights) totaled an additional 7,477 square kilometers. The areas comprised the West Bank, 5,879 kilometers; the Gaza Strip, 378; East Jerusalem, 70; and the Golan Heights, 1,150. Topography The country is divided into four regions: the coastal plain, the central hills, the Jordan Rift Valley, and the Negev Desert. The Mediterranean coastal plain stretches from the Lebanese border in the north to Gaza in the south, interrupted only by Cape Carmel at Haifa Bay. It is about forty kilometers wide at Gaza and narrows toward the north to about five kilometers at the Lebanese border. The region is fertile and humid (historically malarial) and is known for its citrus and viniculture. The plain is traversed by several short streams, of which only two, the Yarqon and Qishon, have permanent water flows.

68. The Middle East: Land Of Contrasts - Geography Lesson Plan (grades 6-8) - Discov
(very short coastline along Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea) Ask students to use the map and what they learned in the video to describe jordan s geography.

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  • review Jordan's location and geography;
  • work with partners to learn about a monument in Petra, Jordan's ancient city; and
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  • The Middle East: Land of Contrasts video and VCR (or DVD and DVD player)
  • The Middle East: Land of Contrasts video and VCR (or DVD and DVD player)
  • After watching the segment called "The Royal Tour of Jordan", ask students to find Jordan on a classroom map. What part of the world is Jordan found? (the Middle East) What countries border Jordan?
  • 69. Geography Of Jordan
    Volcano Live geography of jordan. jordan. Geographic coordinates, 31 N, 36 E. geography of jordan Copyright John Seach.
    Volcano Live Geography of Jordan Jordan Geographic coordinates 31 N, 36 E Location Middle East, northwest of Saudi Arabia Terrain mostly desert plateau in east, highland area in west; Great Rift Valley separates East and West Banks of the Jordan River Highest Point Jabal Ram 1,734 m Natural hazards droughts Volcanic Activity No volcanoes. Dead Sea is part of the African Rift Valley
    Geography of Jordan

    70. Geography Hall Of Fame
    geography geography Hall of Fame. level. Lowest Point on Land The Dead Sea, Israeljordan, water surface 1,349 feet below sea level.

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    Largest Continent: Asia, 17,212,000 square miles Smallest Continent: Australia, 3,132,000 square miles Highest Mountain: Mount Everest, Himalayan Mountains, Nepal-Tibet, 29,035 feet above sea level Lowest Point on Land: The Dead Sea, Israel-Jordan, water surface 1,349 feet below sea level Highest Underwater Peak: Mount Pico of the Azores Islands, 7,613 feet above sea surface, 20,000 feet below sea surface to sea floor Deepest Underwater Trench: Mariana Trench, 200 miles southwest of Guam in the Pacific Ocean, 36,198 feet below the ocean surface Largest Sea: The Mediterranean Sea, 1,144,800 square miles Highest Lake: The highest navigable lake is Lake Titicaca in Peru, 12,500 feet above sea level Lowest Lake: The Dead Sea, Israel-Jordan, surface of water 1,349 feet below sea level Largest Lake: Caspian Sea, 152,239 square miles Largest Freshwater Lake: Lake Superior, U.S.-Canada, 31,820 square miles Deepest Lake: Lake Baikal, USSR, 5,712 feet deep Deepest Ocean: Pacific Ocean, average depth 13,215 feet

    71. Jordan Links
    jordan Map - A-to-Z geography - jordan Area Map. Flags of jordan - geography; jordanian Flags, jordan Map, jordan Economy, geography, folder/jordan links.htm
    Translate this page into German Italian Spanish Portuguese Norwegian Dutch Information about Jordan Links Jordan Photos 1 Jordan Photos 2 Jordan Photos 3 Jordan Photos 4 ... clip Jordan Jordan Tourism Board Links to Jordan Jordan Links Jordan Grand Prix ... Jordan at AtlasTours.Net Jordan Maps Jordan Map The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Madaba Mosaic Map of Holy Land Jordan - Map - A-to-Z Geography - ... NER/ Jordan Map Jordan Photos CULTUREFOCUS photos from Jordan and Syria. Petra and Palmyra pictures. Jordan Photo Diary H.M. Queen Noor of Jordan Jordan Photo Tour ... Photos from Jordan - Petra - CSA'98 Amman Photos Jordan Photo Diary Museums, art, artist, Jordan, Amman, Gallery, canvas, transfers, photos, Photos album Dominique ... downtown Amman Jordan Travel JORDAN - Amman - Area Map JORDAN - GUIDE Amman JORDAN - Amman JORDAN - Amman - Tourist Information ... JORDAN - GUIDE Amman Jordan Hotels Jordan Hotels - Discounts on hotels in Amman, Petra, Aqaba, Dead Sea

    72. Utah South Jordan Usborne Educational Books
    5. Children s World Atlas IL (geography Encyclopedias) by S. Turnbull E. Helbrough 8. Earthquakes Volcanoes (Understanding geography) by F. Watt

    73. Arab Countries/Jordan/Reference/Geography
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    ROYAL jordanIAN GEOGRAPHIC CENTRE (RJGC). Release 1.0. National Geographic Information Data Dictionary. (NGIDD). AMMAN jordan. APRIL 1997 Table of contents.
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    75. Jordan, Map And Flag
    geography, jordan. Location Middle East, northwest of Saudi Arabia. Geographic coordinates 31 00 N, 36 00 E. Map references Middle East.
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    King Of Jordan And President Bush

    The king of Jordan, one of America's closest allies in the Middle East, on April 20th 2004, postponed a White House meeting with President Bush this week, questioning the U.S. commitment t... MORE
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    Jordan Forum ... Transnational Issue Introduction Jordan Background: For most of its history since independence from British administration in 1946, Jordan was ruled by King HUSSEIN (1953-99). A pragmatic ruler, he successfully navigated competing pressures from the major powers (US, USSR, and UK), various Arab states, Israel, and a large internal Palestinian population, through several wars and coup attempts. In 1989 he resumed parliamentary elections and gradually permitted political liberalization; in 1994 a formal peace treaty was signed with Israel. King ABDALLAH II - the eldest son of King HUSSEIN and Princess MUNA - assumed the throne following his father's death in February 1999. Since then, he has consolidated his power and established his domestic priorities, including an aggressive economic reform program. Jordan acceded to the World Trade Organization in January 2000, and signed free trade agreements with the United States in 2000, and with the European Free Trade Association in 2001. Geography Jordan Location:

    76. Geography And The Environment At Texas :: Events
    Terry Gilbert jordan, an author, scholar, and educator beloved by his familyand Prescott Webb professor of History and Ideas in the geography department at

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    UTGS First meeting and Pizza Party, Sept 1 at 1 pm, GRG 316 Current Weather from Rooftop Station
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    Terry Gilbert Jordan, 1938-2003
    Terry Gilbert Jordan, an author, scholar, and educator beloved by his family-and his many students and colleagues, died on October 16, 2003, from pancreatic cancer. He was 65. Terry was the longtime Walter Prescott Webb professor of History and Ideas in the geography department at the University of Texas; before that he spent many years as chairman of the geography department at the University of North Texas in Denton. At the time of his death he had completed field research in 65 countries, exploring topics as diverse as the origins of livestock ranching, folk architecture, burial customs, forest colonization, agricultural practices, and village life. As one of the most published and cited cultural geographers of his generation, he brought out one lauded book after another; along the way he won numerous professional and teaching awards and served as president of the Association of American Geographers. Born and raised in Dallas, Terry was a sixth-generation Texan - and proud of it. His keen intellect was nurtured by both his mother, Vera ("Bebbie"), a quintessential Southern matriarch from the deep East Texas town of Elysian Fields, and his father, Gilbert, a mild-mannered soul who rebelled at a young age against his hill country ranching roots to become a professor. Terry inherited both his mother's Celtic feistiness and his father's scholarly bent, a combination that served him well. He grew up in University Park, in the shadow of SMU, and received his B.A. there in 1960, and then went on to earn a master's degree from the University of Texas and a doctorate from the University of Wisconsin.

    77. Jordan Embassy
    our Website, we provide information about the services rendered by the Embassy as well as back ground information about jordan s history, geography, system of
    ECONOMIC Overview Business Jo-ventures Others Tourism Amman Petra DeadSea Jerash ... Wadi Rum About US Ambassador Visa Consular Economic ... Applications Japan-Jordan Economic Political General Informatios Monarchy Governoment Education Others Site Map What's New Photo Gallery Events Links ... Greeting from the Ambassador Blink('prem_hint'); Remarks by His Majesty King Abdullah closing the WEF
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  • Economic News and Events About Jordan Jordan is a Middle Eastern country of 92,300 sq km situated in the great land bridge between Europe, Africa and Asia. It is bounded on the north by Syria, on the north-east by Iraq, on the east and south by Saudi Arabia, and on the west by Israel and the Palestinian National Authority. Six percent of the land is arable. The Kingdom's terrain provides a range of landscapes and climates. The Badia Plains lie to the east with mountains in the center . In the west the Jordan River flows through its fertile valley into the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth. The Port of Aqaba in the south gives Jordan a narrow outlet to the Red Sea. H.M. King AbdullahII
  • 78. Jordan Badia Research & Development Programme - Bibliography
    Abu Ashour, RS (1998) An evaluation of geographical information systems for surface water studies in the Badia region of jordan. geography. Durham, Durham.

    79. Jordan - GEOGRAPHY
    Country Listing. jordan Table of Contents. jordan. geography. The territory of jordan covers about 91,880 square kilometers. Until 1988
    Country Listing Jordan Table of Contents
    The territory of Jordan covers about 91,880 square kilometers. Until 1988, when King Hussein relinquished Jordan's claim to the West Bank, that area was considered part of Jordan, although only officially recognized as such by Britain and Pakistan. At that time the West Bankwhich encompasses about 5,880 square kilometershad been under Israeli occupation since the June 1967 War between Israel and the states of Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. Jordan is landlocked except at its southern extremity, where nearly twenty-six kilometers of shoreline along the Gulf of Aqaba provide access to the Red Sea. A great north-south geological rift, forming the depression of Lake Tiberias (Sea of Galilee), the Jordan Valley, and the Dead Sea, is the dominant topographical feature. Data as of December 1989

    80. Jordan - GEOGRAPHY
    jordan Table of Contents. jordan. geography. Size About 91,880 square kilometers. Topography Most of East Bank (see Glossary) consists of arid desert.
    Country Listing Jordan Table of Contents
    Size : About 91,880 square kilometers. Topography: Most of East Bank (see Glossary) consists of arid desert. Dead Sea lowest point on surface of earth (more than 400 meters below sea level). Jabal Ramm (1,754 meters) is Jordan's highest point. Except for short coastline on Gulf of Aqaba, country landlocked.
    Population: In 1987 East Bank populationabout 70 percent urban2.9 million with annual growth rate variously given as between 3.6 and 4 percent. Languages: Almost all Jordanians speak a dialect of Arabic as mother tongue; increasing numbers speak or understand Modern Standard Arabic. Most of those people who have another native language (e.g., Circassians, Armenians) also speak Arabic. Ethnic Groups: Significant distinction between Palestinians (see Glossary) estimated 55 to 60 percent of populationand Transjordanians (see Glossary). Small numbers of non-Arabs originating elsewhere include Circassians, Shishans (Chechens), Armenians, and Kurds. Religion: Most Jordanians Sunni (see Glossary) Muslims; about 2,000

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