Phoenix, Arizona Research Paper by hicaliber

Phoenix, Arizona
An analysis of the scarce water resources in Phoenix and how the city has coped with this shortage.
# 94059 | 3,329 words | 15 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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This paper provides a history of Phoenix, Arizona, with a breakdown of its population, economy and resources. It particularly focuses on how well the city has adapted to its arid geography. It discusses how the residents of Phoenix have come to grips with their scarce water resources and then analyzes how compatible the city's economic activities are with these arid land constraints. The paper concludes by discussing the various types of socio-cultural organizations that have emerged in response to these ecological conditions and the future outlook for Phoenix.

Table of Contents:
Review and Discussion
Background and Overview
Economy and Resources
Socio-Cultural Organizations in Phoenix
Future Prospects for Phoenix

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Campus Info. 2006. DeVry University -- Phoenix. 29 April 2006. <http://www.phx.>.
  • GCU History. 2006. Grand Canyon University. 29 April 2006. < our_history.php>.
  • Heard Museum's Rich History. 2006. Heard Museum. 29 April 2006. <http://www.heard. org/about-history.php>.
  • Hedding, Judy. 2006. "Arizona Statistics: Taking a Look at the Census." 29 April 2006. <>.
  • Mack, Maura D. and Robert G. Varady. 1995. "Transboundary Water Resources and Public Health in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region." Journal of Environmental Health 57(8):8.

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APA Format

Phoenix, Arizona (2007, April 19) Retrieved June 05, 2023, from

MLA Format

"Phoenix, Arizona" 19 April 2007. Web. 05 June. 2023. <>