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Ecohydrology

Ecohydrology is the scientific study of how water interacts with ecological systems. It is a subdiscipline of hydrology, that focuses on the ecology. These interactions may happen in a water bodies, such as rivers and lakes, or on land, in forest ...

                                               

Eemsdelta

Eemsdelta, Low Saxon: Emsdelta, is a municipality in the province of Groningen, the Netherlands. It lies in the northeast of Groningen. About 46.000 people live in Eemsdelta. It covers an area of about 364 square kilometres 141 square miles. The ...

                                               

Eilat

Eilat, Hebrew: אילת, is a city in the most southern part of Israel. About 50.000 people were living in this city in 2015. Eilat is at the southern end of the Negev Desert and the northern end of the Gulf of Aqaba or Gulf of Eilat on the Red Sea. ...

                                               

Eilenburg

Eilenburg is a town in the north of the state of Saxony. The town lies on the banks of the river Mulde ca. 20 kilometres northeastern the city of Leipzig. It belongs to the Nordsachsen Rural District and is subdivided into the urban districts Mit ...

                                               

Eindhoven

Eindhoven is a city in the south of the Netherlands. It is in the Noord-Brabant province. It has about 230.000 inhabitants and a well-known football team called P.S.V. Eindhoven.

                                               

Ekwerazu

Ekwerazu is a town in southeastern Nigeria. It is in the Imo State, in the local government area of Ahiazu Mbaise. It is made up of the villages of Eleke na Owasi, Eziama, Ihite Afo Ukwu, Mpam, Oboohia, Ogbo, Opara na Dim, Umuchieze, Umuhu Ocha, ...

                                               

El Escorial

El Escorial is a famous royal site in Spain. It was built in the late 1500s. El Escorial is a monastery, a royal palace, a museum and a school. It is located about 45 km northwest of the Spanish capital, Madrid, in the town of San Lorenzo de El E ...

                                               

Elbe

The Elbe River is one of the major waterways of central Europe. It comes from the North West Czech Republic. It flows through much of Germany. At Cuxhaven, it flows into the Wadden Sea, which is part of the North Sea. Important big cities on the ...

                                               

Mount Elbrus

Mount Elbrus is a peak in the western Caucasus mountains. It is in Kabardino-Balkaria and Karachay-Cherkessia, Russia, near the border of Georgia. It consists of two peaks. The western peak has a height of 5.642 metres, the eastern peak is 5.621 ...

                                               

Ellesmere Island

Ellesmere Island is part of the Qikiqtaaluk Region of the Canadian territory of Nunavut. It is in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, part of the Queen Elizabeth Islands. Cape Columbia is the most northerly point of land in Canada. The area of Elles ...

                                               

Ellicotts Mills Historic District

Ellicotts Mills Historic District is a historic district in Oella, Maryland, United States. It is on the east bank of the Patapsco River, opposite Ellicott City. This historic district is on the National Register of Historic Places.

                                               

Elze

Elze is a town in district of Hildesheim, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is next to the river Leine, approximately 15 km west of Hildesheim. Elze is also one oldest city in the area, and its name comes from Latin: aula caesaris

                                               

Emmaus

Emmaus is a place in named in the Bible, where Jesus had supper with two followers. These two people met Jesus after his Resurrection. The two disciples walked together on the road. Jesus started walking together with them. But they never recogni ...

                                               

Emmental

Emmental is a part of Switzerland. It is made of low hills. Most of it is in the Canton of Berne. Its biggest rivers are the Emme and the Ilfis. The biggest localities are Burgdorf, Langnau and Huttwil. The landscape is mostly made of meadows. Th ...

                                               

Enclave

In general use, an enclave can be any special area of a bigger area of land, such as a part of a city that has different taxes than the rest of the city. In political geography, an enclave is a piece of land which has a different country totally ...

                                               

Endeavour River National Park

The Endeavour River National Park is just north of Cooktown, Queensland, Australia. It protects the north banks of the Endeavour River. Both the river and the park are named after Captain James Cooks ship, HM Bark Endeavour. The ship was repaired ...

                                               

English Channel

The English Channel is a body of water that separates the island of Great Britain from the rest of Europe. People who live in the UK and want to visit Europe, or people from Europe who want to visit the UK, can take a ferry across or ride a train ...

                                               

Enontekio

Enontekio is a municipality in Lapland, Finland. As of 2013, about 1.890 people lived there. Neighbouring municipalities are Inari, Kittila and Muonio.

                                               

Eolian processes

Eolian is an event that occurs in nature. It is related to the winds and its ability to modify the surface of the Earth and other planets. Winds cause erosion, and move sand and other materials. Wind is powerful in dry regions with sparse vegetat ...

                                               

Ephesus

Ephesus was an ancient Greek city on the west coast of Anatolia, now in Turkey. It was one of the twelve cities of the Ionian League. The Apostle Paul is said to have addressed an epistle to the Christians of the city., and it is now known as the ...

                                               

Equator

The equator is a line which is not real drawn around a sphere or planet, such as the Earth. It is one of the lines known as a line of latitude, or circle of latitude. The name "equator" is Latin for "even-maker"; at equator the day and night are ...

                                               

Equatorial Guinea

The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is a nation in west central Africa, and one of the smallest countries in Africa. It borders Cameroon on the north, Gabon on the south and east, and the Gulf of Guinea on the west. The countrys territory is both o ...

                                               

Erfurt

Erfurt is the capital city of the German state of Thuringia. It has an area of 269.17 km 2. In December 2015 it had a population of 210.000 people. The River Gera runs through the city.

                                               

Ermine Street

Ermine Street is the name of one of the main Roman roads in Britain. It ran from London to Lincoln and York. The original Roman name for the road is not known. Ermine Street is also called the Old North Road from London to where it joins the A1 n ...

                                               

Erode

Erode is a city in Tamil Nadu, India. It is the capital of the Erode district. About 500.000 people live in the city. Erode District in Tamil Nadu State is very important market centre for Turmeric. Turmeric is received, not only from Erode distr ...

                                               

Eschweiler

Eschweiler is a German town in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is next to the river Inde, near the German-Belgian-Dutch frontier, and about 15 km east of Aachen and 50 km west of Cologne. It has about 55.000 inhabitants. Its area has abou ...

                                               

Escolta Street

Escolta Street is historic west to east street in the downtown district of Binondo in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. It is very near to Pasig River. It starts at Plaza Moraga to the west and ends at Plaza Santa Cruz and Quintin Paredes S ...

                                               

Esfahān

Esfahān or Isfahan is the capital of Esfahan Province in Iran. It is about 340 km south of Tehran. It has a population of 1.583.609. It is Irans third largest city after Tehran and Mashhad. Isfahan was once one of the largest cities in the world. ...

                                               

Essequibo Islands-West Demerara

Essequibo Islands-West Demerara is a partial region of Esequiban Guyana, a territory in dispute by Guyana and Venezuela. It is split in two by the Essequibo River, Venezuela claims the territory to the west of Essequibo river as part of Delta Ama ...

                                               

Estonia

Estonia, officially the Republic of Estonia is a small country in the Baltic Region of Northern Europe. The capital city is Tallinn. Estonias neighbors are Sweden, Finland, Russia and Latvia. Its population is 1.332.893. The territory of Estonia ...

                                               

Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic

The Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic, or Estonian SSR or ESSR, was a republic of the Soviet Union. It was administered by and subordinated to the Government of the Soviet Union. The ESSR replaced the Republic of Estonia on 21 July 1940, after t ...

                                               

Estuary

An estuary is where a river meets the sea. There, saltwater mixes with freshwater. The river becomes wider and wider and flows slowly to the ocean. Bays, marshes, swamps, and inlets can all have estuaries. A view of an estuary from the air is usu ...

                                               

Eswatini

Eswatini is a country in Africa. It is officially the Kingdom of Eswatini. Its capital is Mbabane. The country is named after the 19th-century king Mswati II. Eswatini was colonized by the British and the Boers at the end of the 19th century. It ...

                                               

Eurasia

Eurasia is the combined landmass of Europe and Asia in the northern part of the Earth. It has the Atlantic Ocean on its west, and the Pacific Ocean to the east. The Arctic Ocean is to its north, and the Mediterranean and Pacific Ocean to its sout ...

                                               

Eureka Tower

Eureka Tower is a 297.3 metre tall skyscraper in Melbourne, Australia and is the tallest building in Australia when measured to its roof. Q1, on the Gold Coast, Queensland is the tallest building in Australia because it has a spire that makes its ...

                                               

Everard Ranges

The Everard Ranges is a mountain range in northern South Australia. It consists of low rounded granite hills, topped with bare rock. The rock is from the Palaeocene period, between 20 and 60 million years ago. The range is segmented, with several ...

                                               

Everest Base Camp

Everest Base Camp is a campsite at the bottom of Mount Everest. There are two of them, located on opposite sides of the mountain. They are used as bases by mountain climbers. The climbers usually rest at base camp for several days to acclimatise. ...

                                               

Exclusive economic zone

Exclusive Economic Zone is an area in the ocean where only one country gets to look into and do economic activity, such as mining underwater resources and fishing. In the case of islands far from the mainland, EEZ starts at the coasts of the isla ...

                                               

Federal district

The federal district is the area around the national capital in some federal countries. A federal district is made so that no state in the country can claim to be more important than the others because the national capital is inside the state, or ...

                                               

Federally Administered Tribal Areas

The Federally Administered Tribal Areas in Pakistan are areas of Pakistan outside the four provinces, comprising a region of some 27.220 km². Miran Shah is the tribal capital. There are seven areas known as Agencies and six areas known as Frontie ...

                                               

Federated States of Micronesia

Micronesia, officially the Federated States of Micronesia, is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean, northeast of Papua New Guinea. The country is a sovereign state in free association with the United States. The capital city of Federated States ...

                                               

Federico Santa Maria Technical University

The Federico Santa Maria Technical University is a Chilean university founded on 1926 with a central campus located in Valparaiso. The rest of campuses are located in Viña del Mar, Santiago, Talcahuano and Rancagua, and a international campus in ...

                                               

Fernie, British Columbia

Fernie is a city in the Canadian province of British Columbia. Fernie is in the East Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia. The population of Fernie was 4 811 in 2011. The mayor of Fernie is Mary Giuliano. Fernie is the only city-class ...

                                               

Fichtelgebirge

The Fichtelgebirge is a mountain range in northeastern Bavaria, Germany. It extends from the valley of the Red Main River to the Czech border, where it is continued by the much higher Ore Mountains. The highest mountain is the Schneeberg 1051 m. ...

                                               

Fiji

Fiji is a small country in the Pacific Ocean. It has 322 islands. The most important islands are Vanua Levu and Viti Levu. The capital city of Fiji is Suva, and the city with the most people is Nadi. There are about 844.330 people in Fiji. The of ...

                                               

Firozabad district

According to the 2011 Census of India, the Firozabad district has a population of 2.496.761. This gives it a ranking of 173rd in India out of a total of 640 districts.

                                               

Firth of Forth

The Firth of Forth is the estuary or firth of Scotlands River Forth. It flows into the North Sea, between Fife to the north, and West Lothian, the City of Edinburgh and East Lothian to the south. Geologically, the Firth of Forth is a fjord, forme ...

                                               

Flinders Ranges

The Flinders Ranges are a group of mountains in South Australia. They have been listed as one of Australias outstanding national landscapes. The were named "Flinders Range" in 1839 by explorer Edward John Eyre who was searching for an overland ro ...

                                               

Footscray

Footscray is a suburb of Melbourne. It is 5 kilometres from Melbournes centre. About 13.000 people live in Footscray. Footscray is built largely on the traditional lands of the Kulin nation. Footscray has been home to the Aboriginal Woiwurrung an ...

                                               

Former subdivisions of Pakistan

Pakistans subdivisions originate from those of British India, during their rule the British had established provinces and chief commissioners. After 1947 Pakistan and India became independent when British India was divided. From 1947 to 1971, Pak ...

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