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Cartography helps us recognize and understand our place in the world, analyse positional relationships, and show on geography’s effect on our daily lives. The continent Australia was not included in the Oceania at first, but now the country is a part of this geographical continent. Among the seven continents of the world, Asia has the highest population. It is of immense wonder that how are deserts, glaciers and grasslands are present in the same globe. Geography helps students to study the earth’s movements, build navigation skills and many more. It also helps to examine the topography of the land and study more about water, sand and other elements. It even include the topography and vegetation along with fertility of the soil. Soil formation is considered to be a very time consuming process. Sand particles are the largest in size among sand, silt and clay. While clay particles remains the smallest. The physical features of a land constitute its water bodies, mountains, deltas, plateaus, hills, animal life, biomes and many more.

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Time Zones

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Concepts of Geotechnical Investigation and Analysis

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Paleontology

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Significance of Geological Studies

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Different Time Zones

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Plate Tectonics

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Plate Tectonics

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Aurora

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