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Venezuela and the United States
Explores the environmental, geographical, and societal similarities between the United States and Venezuela.
# 53814 | 908 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Nov 28, 2004 in Latin-American Studies (General) , Psychology (General) , History (General) , Geography (General)

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This paper compares and contrasts the geography, natural resources, history, cultural aspects, environmental issues, economy, and politics of the United States and Venezuela.

From the Paper:

"Venezuela sits on the northern part of eastern South America, bordering the Caribbean Sea. Its area, about 912,000 sq km, makes it about twice the size of California (CIA, 2004a). Within that area. Venezuela has mountains (the Andes), lowlands, plains, and highlands, with its highest point the mountain Pico Bolivar, about 5,000 meters high. Its climate is almost entirely tropical although the highlands have more moderate temperatures. The country's natural resources include petroleum and natural gas, iron ore, gold, bauxite, other minerals, and diamonds (CIA, 2004a). Venezuela has some hydro-electric power."

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