Geography Project - Absolute Location I need to find that treasure using absolute location not by some silly written description on the back of this old

Geography Project - Absolute Location I need to find that...

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Absolute Location The exact place on earth where a geographic feature is found I need to find that treasure using absolute location, not by some silly written description on the back of this old map! Acculturation The cultural change that occurs when individuals in a society accept or adopt an innovation. Many immigrants have forgotten their native cultures because of acculturation in their new countries. Amazon River The second longest river in the world, and one of South America’s three major river systems, running about 4,000 miles from west to east, and emptying into the Atlantic Ocean. The Amazon River is bigger than my country. Andes Mountains A large system of mountain ranges located along the Pacific coast of Central and South America. The Andes Mountains are almost impossible to scale. Apartheid A policy of complete separation of the races, instituted by the white minority government of South Africa in 1948 South Africa was boycotted for many years in an effort to pressure the government into ending its apartheid policy.
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Appalachian Mountains One of two major mountain chains in the eastern United States and Canada, extending 1,600 miles from Newfoundland south to Alabama. The Appalachian Mountains are smaller than the Andes Mountains. Aqueduct A structure that carries water over long distances. The aqueduct was constructed in quite recent times, rain-water having previously given the only supply. Aquifer An underground layer of rock that stores water. The underground aquifer feeds into Lear month Creek, which provides drinking water for Powell town. Archipelago A set of closely grouped islands. Through the DNA of giant tortoise subspecies from the Galapagos archipelago , Lonesome George included. Assimilation A process whereby a minority group gradually gives up its own culture and adopts the culture of a majority group. In the last name state it is ready for absorption into the blood and assimilation by the cells.
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Aswan High Dam A dam on the Nile River in Egypt, completed in 1970, which increased Egypt’s farmable land by 50 percent and protected it from droughts and floods. The Aswan High Dam and its Lake Nasser can store two years' worth of the average annual flow. Bantu Migration The movement of the Bantu peoples southward throughout Africa, spreading their language and culture, from around 500 B.C. to around A.D.
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