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Antalo Limestone

In Antalo limestone, also known as the Antalo sequence is a geological formation in Ethiopia. This thickness between 300 and 800 meters and consists of fossilized limestones and marls, which were deposited in the reef. Marine organisms exhibit a ...

                                               

Ashangi Basalts

In the Ashangi basalts are the earliest tertiary volcanic rocks in Northern Ethiopia, so they are in the lowest position. These dark porphyritic basalts separated from the Mesozoic formations below the basal conglomerates. Basalts to spend phenoc ...

                                               

Boundary problem (spatial analysis)

The boundary problem in the analysis is the phenomenon in which geographic models of different shape and arrangement of boundaries that are drawn for administrative or measurement purposes. This differs from case to case, and should not be confus ...

                                               

Degua Tembien

Dogua Tembien is one of Woreda in Tigray, Ethiopia. It is named in part after the former province of Tembien. Currently, the mountain area is part of the South Eastern zone of Tigray. Administrative centre this is a quality villages Bolger.

                                               

Distance decay

Distance decay is a geographical term which describes the effect of distance on cultural or spatial interactions. The distance decay effect States that the interaction between the two areas is reduced, and the distance between them increases. As ...

                                               

Earth section paths

Earth section paths are paths on the earth defined by the intersection of a reference ellipsoid and a plane. Common examples of earth sections include the great ellipse and normal sections. This page provides a unifying approach to all earth sect ...

                                               

Easting and northing

Easting and northing geographic Cartesian coordinates of the point. The catering Department is located on the East-the measured distance and the North northward-measured distance. If you are using common projections such as transverse Mercator, t ...

                                               

Economic restructuring

Economic restructuring is used to refer to changes in the components of the economy in the most General sense. In the Western world, it is usually used to refer to the phenomenon of urban areas, the transition from manufacturing to a Service sect ...

                                               

Edaga Arbi Glacials

In Edaga Arbi warm are geological formations of the Paleozoic in Tigre and Eritrea. The matrix consists of grey, black and purple clay that contains fragments of rock up to 6 meters in diameter. Pollen Dating provides a more late Carboniferous-ea ...

                                               

Edgelands

Edgelands are the transitional shadow areas of space that can be found on the borders of the country and the city - with the spread of urbanization, an increasingly important aspect in the XXI century.

                                               

Enticho Sandstone

In Enticho Sandstone is a geological formation in Northern Ethiopia. It forms in the lower sedimentary rocks in the region and lies directly on the Foundation. Enticho Sandstone is composed of arenite that is rich in quartz. The formation has a m ...

                                               

Extreme environment

Extreme habitat that is very difficult to survive in connection with his considerably extreme conditions, such as temperature, availability of different energy sources or high pressure. For area which will be considered in extreme conditions, it ...

                                               

Fictional geography

Fictional geography is the use of maps, text and images to create lands and territories to accompany works of art. Depending on the completeness and complexity of the work, various media, the level of cooperation and a number of other factors, th ...

                                               

Fundamental plane (spherical coordinates)

The fundamental plane in a spherical coordinate system is the reference plane which divides the sphere into two hemispheres. The geocentric latitude of the point, the angle between the main plane and the line connecting the point with the center ...

                                               

Geo-literacy

The term "geo-literacy" emerged from the National geographic society to "combat geographic illiteracy". The organization has released various media to help explain the concept to the General public. In an editorial, Daniel C. Edelson, Vice Presid ...

                                               

Geo-replication

System geo-replication is designed to improve the distribution of data between geographically distributed data networks. It is designed to improve response time for applications such as web portals. Geo-replication can be achieved using software, ...

                                               

Geoarchaeology

Geoarchaeology is a comprehensive approach that uses techniques and subject matter of geography, Geology, Geophysics and other Earth Sciences to examine topics which inform archaeological knowledge and thought. Geoarchaeologists study the natural ...

                                               

Geocriticism

Geocriticism is a method of literary analysis and literary theory, which involves the study of geographic space. The term refers to a number of different critical practices. In France, Bertrand Westphal has elaborated the concept geocritique in s ...

                                               

Geographic contiguity

Geographical contiguity is a feature of the geography of political or geographic divisions of land, as a group, without being distracted by other land or water. Such units are called continuous. In the US, for example, the "48 contiguous States" ...

                                               

Geographic targeting

Geographic targeting is a viable way for resource allocation, especially to alleviate poverty in the country. In this context, public spending and economic policy measures can be deployed to reach the neediest segments of the population in the po ...

                                               

Geographical cluster

A geographical cluster is a localised anomaly, usually an excess of something given the distribution or change something else. Often it is considered as an incidence rate that is unusual in the fact that there are more of some variable than might ...

                                               

Geographical feature

Geographic features naturally created objects of the Earth. Natural geographic features of terrain and ecosystems. For example, terrain types, natural geographic features. Conversely, human settlements or other genetically engineered forms are th ...

                                               

Geography of aging

The geography of aging or gerontological geography is a new area of knowledge human geography that analyzes the socio-spatial consequences of population ageing from the understanding of the linkages between physical and social environment and old ...

                                               

Geopark

A Geopark is a unified space, which promotes protection and utilization of geological heritage on a sustainable basis, and contribute to the economic wellbeing of the people who live there. There are global geoparks and national geoparks.

                                               

Glacial refugium

In refugium-geographical region, which made possible the survival of flora and fauna during the glacial periods and possible post-glacial recolonization. Different types of glacial refugium can be identified, namely the nunatak, peripheral, and l ...

                                               

Governmentality

Device control is a concept first developed by French philosopher Michel Foucault in the last years of his life, roughly between 1977 and his death in 1984, particularly in his lectures at the Collège de France during this time. The concept was d ...

                                               

Hemispheres of Earth

In geography and cartography, the Earths hemispheres to apply to any division of the globe into two hemispheres. The most common such divisions are by latitudinal and longitudinal markers: North–South. (Север–Юг) Southern hemisphere, the half tha ...

                                               

Hermit kingdom

The term hermit is used to refer to any country, organization, or society which willfully walls itself off, either metaphorically or physically, from the rest of the world. In the current geopolitical order in East Asia country North Korea is con ...

                                               

Hjulstrom curve

Hjulstrom curve, named Filip Hjulstrom, a graph used by hydrologists and geologists to determine the river will erode, transport or Deposit sediment. It was originally published in his doctoral thesis "studies of the morphological activity of riv ...

                                               

International date line in Judaism

Line change dates in Judaism used to describe the change from one calendar to the next day in the Jewish calendar. The Jewish calendar defines the days as running from sunset to sunset, not from midnight to midnight. Therefore, in the context of ...

                                               

Internet geography

Internet geography, also called cybergeography is a subdiscipline of geography that studies the spatial organization of networks, from social, economic, cultural and technological points of view. The basic premise of the geography of the Internet ...

                                               

Intra-volcanic sedimentary rock in North Ethiopia

Between 29 and 27 million years ago, extrusion of basalts of Ethiopia was interrupted and the deposition of continental sediments occurred. Inter-education trap formation beds outcropping in many places of the Ethiopian highlands. They consist of ...

                                               

Laminar sublayer

In laminar sublayer, also called the viscous sublayer, is the region mainly-turbulent flow that is near a no-slip boundary and in which the flow is laminar. As such, this type of boundary layer. The existence of the laminar sublayer can be unders ...

                                               

Land cover

Land cover is the physical material on the surface of the Earth. Land covers include grass, asphalt, trees, bare ground, water, etc. the land Cover is the expression used by ecologist Frederick Edward Clements that has its closest modern equivale ...

                                               

Land systems

Land systems are the terrestrial component of the Earth system to cover all processes and activities related to land use, including socio-economic, technological and organizational investments and mechanisms, as well as the benefits derived from ...

                                               

Landlocked developing countries

Developing countries landlocked developing countries that are not landlocked. The economic and other problems faced by such countries makes the majority of countries landlocked least developed countries, with the inhabitants of these countries oc ...

                                               

Lenz Island

                                               

Mainland

The mainland is defined as "relating to or forming the main part of the country or continent, not including the Islands around it". The term is often politically, economically and / or demographically more significant than the politically connect ...

                                               

Map

A map is a symbolic image, highlighting relationships between elements of some space such as objects regions and themes. Many maps are static, fixed on paper or other durable medium, while others are dynamic and interactive. Although most often u ...

                                               

Mountain research

Research on the mountain or montology, traditionally known as serology, is an area of research that at the regional level focuses on the earths surface a part is covered by mountain landscapes.

                                               

Natural landscape

The natural landscape is an original landscape that existed before him to take on human culture. Natural landscape and cultural landscape are separate parts of the landscape. However, in the twenty-first century, the landscape that is completely ...

                                               

Pan-region

Pan-region is a geographic region or a nation in economic, political and cultural influence beyond the fact that the borders of States. For example, the pan-region of the United States of America regions bordering the United States and their imme ...

                                               

Paraiba Valley

In the valley of the Paraiba is a natural geographic accident, which covers the regions of the paraíba valley Metropolitan area and the North coast in são Paulo and Sul Fluminense region, in Rio de Janeiro, which stands out to focus a significant ...

                                               

Phonolite series in North Ethiopia

In phonolite or clinkstone Northern Ethiopia is the small-seated igneous rock. In the phonolite intruded and pierced some 19 to 11 million years ago, Mesozoic sedimentary rocks and tertiary basalts.

                                               

Place identity

Place identity or place-based identity refers to a cluster of ideas about place and identity in geography, urban planning, urban design, landscape architecture, environmental psychology, ecocriticism and urban sociology / ecological sociology. Pl ...

                                               

Population density

Population density is a measure of population per unit area, or solely the volume of the block is the number of density type. It is often applied to living organisms, most of the time to humans. It is a key geographic term. In simple terms, densi ...

                                               

Primary care service area

Primary care of the services sector represent geographic areas that are self-contained markets of primary health care. These directions are designed in such a way that the majority of patients living in these areas use primary health care service ...

                                               

Rank-size distribution

Rank-size distribution is the size distribution by rank, in descending order of size. For example, if the dataset consists of elements, size 5, 100, 5, and 8 rank-size distribution is 100, 8, 5, 5. This is also known as rank-frequency distributio ...

                                               

Region

In geography, regions are areas, which are divided into physical characteristics of anthropogenic impact and interaction of mankind and the environment. Geographic regions and subregions are mostly described their imprecisely defined, and sometim ...

                                               

Small Island Developing States

Small island developing States are a group of small island countries, which usually have similar problems of sustainable development, including small but growing populations, limited resources, remoteness, susceptibility to natural disasters, vul ...

                                               

Soil in Atsbi Wenberta

Soil Atsbi Woreda in Tigray Wenberta reflect its long history of agriculture, very seasonal rainfall and relatively low temperatures. In the Northern part of the district is high raising the Atsbi Horst, while in the southern part is dominated by ...

                                               

Soil in Dogu'a Tembien

Soil dog and Tembien Woreda in Tigray reflect its long history of agriculture, very seasonal rainfall, relatively low temperatures, extremely large variety in lithology and steep slopes. Distinctive features in soilscape are fertile highland Vert ...

                                               

Soil in Inderta

Soil Inderta Woreda in Tigray reflect its long history of agriculture, very seasonal rainfall, relatively low temperature, in General, the predominance of limestone and dolerite lithology and steep slopes. Distinctive features in soilscape wide p ...

                                               

Soil in Kilte Awula'ilo

Soil Kilte Awulailo Woreda in Tigray reflect its long history of agriculture, very seasonal rainfall, relatively low temperatures, the presence of a broad valley at the foot of the Atsbi Horst and steep slopes. Distinctive features in soilscape p ...

                                               

Soil in Kola Tembien

In the soils of Kola Tembien Woreda in Tigray reflect its long history of agriculture, very seasonal rainfall, relatively high temperature, General predominance of sandstones and metamorphic lithology and steep slopes.

                                               

Soil in Sa'isi Tsa'ida Imba

Soil Saisi Tsaida IMBA Woreda in Tigray reflect its long history of agriculture, very seasonal rainfall, relatively low temperature, in General, the dominance of metamorphic and Sandstone lithology and steep slopes.

                                               

Soil in Tanqwa Abergele

Soil Tanqwa Abergele Woreda in Tigray reflect its long history of agriculture, very seasonal rainfall, relatively high temperature, General predominance of Precambrian metamorphic rocks and steep slopes.

                                               

Solar equator

The solar equator is the latitude on Earth at which the Sun is directly overhead where the sun is vertically above at midday. Because of the tilt of the earths orbit and the solar equator varies during the year from the tropic of Capricorn in the ...

                                               

Spatial analysis

Spatial analysis and spatial statistics includes any of the formal methods of study entities using their topological, geometric, or geographic properties. Spatial analysis includes many techniques, many still in their early development, using dif ...

                                               

Spatial association

Spatial Association is the degree to which things are similarly arranged in space. Analysis of the distribution patterns of the two phenomena is done by overlaying the map. If the distributions are similar, then the spatial Association is strong, ...

                                               

Spatial justice

Spatial justice links social justice and space, especially in the work of geographers David Harvey and Edward W. soja. Organization of space is one of the most important aspects of the development of human societies and reflects social facts and ...

                                               

Spatial mismatch

Spatial mismatch is the mismatch between low-income households living and suitable vacancies. In its original formulation and in subsequent studies, in most cases it is understood as a phenomenon affecting African-Americans, as a result of segreg ...

                                               

Surroundings

The local area around a given physical or geographical point or place. The exact definition depends on the field. The environment can also be used in geography and mathematics as well as philosophy, in the literal or metaphorically extended defin ...

                                               

Tobler's first law of geography

The first law of geography according to Waldo Tobler is "everything is connected to everything else, but near things are more related than distant things". This first law is the basis of the fundamental concepts of spatial dependence and spatial ...

                                               

Triangulated irregular network

Triangulated irregular network is a representation of a continuous surface that consists entirely of triangular faces, is used primarily as a discrete global network in the primary terrain modelling. The vertices of these triangles, created from ...

                                               

Two-step floating catchment area method

Two-step method of placement of the catchment is a method of combining a number of related types of information in one, once a meaningful indicator, which allows you to compare in different places. Its importance lies in the improvement based on ...

                                               

Government

The government is a system or group of people governing an organized community, often the state. In the case of its broad associative definition, government normally consists of legislative, Executive and judicial power. The government is the mea ...

                                               

State government

The state government is a government subdivision of the country into a Federal form of government, which shares political power with the Federal or national government. The power of the state can have a certain level of political autonomy, or be ...

                                               

Administrative centre

The administrative center is the seat of regional administration or local government, or County town, or the place where the Central administration of the commune. In countries where the French language as one of its administrative languages and ...

                                               

Artificial intelligence in government

Artificial intelligence has a wide range of applications in government. It can be used to further public policy objectives, and will assist the public to interact with government. According to "Harvard Business Review", "the application of artifi ...

                                               

Bicameralism

Bicameral legislature and legislators in two separate assemblies, chambers or houses. Bicameralism different from unicameralism, in which all members deliberate and vote as a single group, and from some lawmakers who have three or more separate a ...

                                               

Bureaucracy

Bureaucracy is understood as a body of unelected government and administrative policies of the group. Historically, that bureaucracy was government administration managed by departments work with unelected officials. Today, the bureaucracy, the a ...

                                               

Bureaucratic inertia

Bureaucratic inertia is the alleged inevitable tendency bureaucratic organizations perpetuate established procedures and modes, even if they are counterproductive and / or diametrically opposite established organizational goals. This unchecked gr ...

                                               

Cabinet crisis

Wardrobe crisis or a government crisis is a situation when the government is challenged by the mandate deadline because hes threatening to resign over the proposal, or he is at risk for dismissal for distrust and conflict between the parties in a ...

                                               

Caretaker government

The provisional government is a temporary special government that performs governmental duties and functions in the country until the next government is elected or formed. Depending on the particular practice, it usually consists of either random ...

                                               

Center of government

The center of power is the institution or group of institutions providing direct assistance to the Manager in the conduct of government. Unlike line ministries and other government bodies, the COG does not provide services directly to citizens, r ...

                                               

Citizen oversight

Supervision citizen, sometimes referred to as civilian oversight is the act of the Assembly of citizens, participation of citizens, which carry out check of activities of the government. Activities can be considered as a public offense. Members o ...

                                               

Citizenship

A citizen has the status of a person recognised, in accordance with tradition or law as a legal member of a sovereign state or belonging to a nation. The concept of citizenship is defined as an individuals ability to assert their rights before th ...

                                               

Civic lottery

Civic lottery, a popular term for the modern use of the draw or stand out, it is a lottery method of selection of citizens for public service or office. It is based on the premise that citizens in a democratic society have a duty and desire to se ...

                                               

Civilian control of the military

Civilian control over the armed forces is a doctrine in military and political science that places ultimate responsibility for a countrys strategic decision-making in the hands of the civilian political leadership rather than professional militar ...

                                               

Classification of the Functions of Government

Classification of state functions is a classification determined by the statistics division of the United Nations. These functions are intended to be General enough to apply to the government of different countries. Accounts in each country of th ...

                                               

Code enforcement

Code enforcement, sometimes encompassing law enforcement, is the act of enforcing a set of rules, principles or laws and compliance with the system of norms and customs. Power usually operates the Civil code, a set of rules or laws and compel tho ...

                                               

Compulsory purchase order

Compulsory purchase order is a legal function in the United Kingdom and Ireland that allows certain bodies to obtain land or property without the owners consent. This can be accomplished if the proposed development is one for the public good, for ...

                                               

Constitutional body

Dr. Basudeb Roy with the constitutional bodies of India created the bill of constitutional amendments and not ordinary, the government or private bill.

                                               

Courtesy resolution

The resolution of courtesy-this is not a controversial decision in the nature of congratulations on the birth of a child, celebrating wedding anniversary, congratulations of an outstanding citizen achievement or a similar event. It is "a resoluti ...

                                               

Criticism of government

Criticism of the government may refer to specific criticism of the government, or the concept of power. In some cases, such as in certain monarchies and authoritarian governments, criticizing the government is a criminal speech and is punished ac ...

                                               

Delegate model of representation

The delegate model of representation is a model of representative democracy. In this model, constituents elect their representatives as delegates for their constituency. These delegates act only as a mouthpiece for the wishes of their constituent ...

                                               

Diplomatic capital

Diplomatic capital means trust, goodwill, and the impact that the diplomat, or the state represented by its diplomats, and international diplomacy. According to political scientist Rebecca Adler-Nissen, diplomatic capital is a kind of currency th ...

                                               

Direct rule

Direct rule is when an Imperial or Central government takes direct control over the legislative, Executive and civil administration otherwise largely self-governing territory.

                                               

Dual mandate

Dual mandate is the practice in which elected officials serve in more than one elected or other public position simultaneously. This practice is sometimes called double ornamental in the UK, and save des information about creating in France, not ...

                                               

E-participation

e-participation is a term referring to "ICT-supported participation in processes in government and governance". Processes may concern administration, service provision, decision-making and policy-making. E-participation is therefore closely linke ...

                                               

Exclusive mandate

Exclusive mandate of the government, claiming its legitimate authority over a certain territory, part of which the government controls with stable, de facto sovereignty. It is also known as the claim to sole representation or an exclusive claim o ...

                                               

False necessity

False necessity, or anti-necessitarian social theory, contemporary social theory that argues for the plasticity of social organizations and their potential to be shaped in new ways. The theory rejects the assumption that laws govern the history o ...

                                               

Father of the House

The father in the house is a title that traditionally were given, unofficially, some members of the legislature, especially the house of Commons in the UK. In some legislators, the name refers to the longest continuously-serving member, while in ...

                                               

Favourite

Favorite or favorite was a companion of a ruler or other important person. In the post-classical and early modern Europe, among other times and places, the term was used of individuals delegated significant political power of the ruler. This was ...

                                               

Formative context

Contexts of institutional and imaginative arrangements that shape societys conflicts and resolutions. They are the structures that limit both the practice and the creative possibilities in the socio-political order, and thus shape the routines of ...

                                               

Fractionalism

Fractionalism is a state system that is closest to the Confederation, but differs when the market system is the Central market mostly owned by the government and very few people, but the people have more control over it than the government. This ...

                                               

Government district

County government or government area in any part of the city or locality in which the primary land use of state agencies, unlike the residential area, commercial area and industrial area, or other surrounding areas. In some cities, the authoritie ...

                                               

Government in exile

The government in exile is a political group that claims to be the country or semi-legitimate governments of sovereign States, but is unable to exercise the powers and instead lives in another state or country. Governments in exile usually plan t ...

                                               

Government spin-off

The government spin-off is civilian goods which are the collateral result of military or governmental research. One of the clearest examples of this type of government spin-off is a technology which is implemented through NASA funding, research, ...

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