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A Compact Geography of the Northern Netherlands - G. Ashworth

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DATUM VAN PUBLICATIE: 2007-10-31
BESTANDSGROOTTE: 6,8
ISBN: 9789077548486
TAAL: NEDERLANDS
AUTEUR: G. Ashworth

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...The Netherlands borders the North Sea to its north and west, Belgium to the south, and Germany to the east ... Compact Geography of The Netherlands ... . The capital and largest city in the Netherlands is Amsterdam, while the seat of government and therefore most government activity is in the Hague. Stretched along the northern coastline, the West Frisian Islands continue on to the northeast, becoming the German East Frisian Islands. These barrier islands, separated from the mainland by the Waddenzee, provide a small level of protection from the North Sea. The Netherlands is crossed by hundreds of miles of navigable canals. Get this from a library! A compact ... Geography of the European Netherlands - Wikipedia ... . The Netherlands is crossed by hundreds of miles of navigable canals. Get this from a library! A compact geography of the Netherlands. [Informatie- en Documentatie-Centrum voor de Geografie van Nederland.] Netherlands's economy, mainly due to the large shares of natural gas reserves, is considered to have "very high" energy intensity rating. Netherlands is faced with future challenges as the energy supply is forecasted to fall short of the demand by the year 2025 in the gas sector. The Hague : Published by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in conjunction with the Information and Documentation Centre for the Geography of the Netherlands (IDG), Ultrecht, [1985] Edition/Format: Print book : English : [5th impression, updated, rev. and supplemented] View all editions and formats This short booklet on the geography of the Netherlands, designed for use at the upper elementary and secondary levels, contains 17 short descriptive analyses of Dutch physical and human geography. Each section is well illustrated with diagrams and maps. Titles of the sections include (1) High Netherlands--Low Netherlands, (2) Land Reclamation, (3) Polder Landscape, (4) The Zuyder Zee Project ... Get this from a library! Compact geography of the Netherlands. [Henk Meijer; Netherlands. Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken.; Informatie- en Documentatie-Centrum voor de Geografie van Nederland.] Get this from a library! A compact geography of the Netherlands.. [Informatie- en Documentatie-Centrum voor de Geografie van Nederland.] Geography. The Netherlands is a very flat country with almost 25% of its land at, or below sea level. Low rolling hills cover some of the central area, and in the far south, the land rises into the foothills of the Ardennes Mountains. The Netherlands ranked the highest for monthly, weekly and daily recreational non-sports physical activities in 2013 in the EU at 89 percent, 83 percent and 43 percent respectively. More than 40 percent of people in the Netherlands live in the Randstad area, a megalopolis in the central-western part of the country mostly consisting of the four largest cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague ... Netherland's Geography; ... For example, when the idea of transportable music players came to the Netherlands, the Netherlands invented the CD (compact disk) replacing the cassette tape. The Netherlands has also invented the microphone. ... A few regions that the Netherlands is in are, Europe, the Northern Hemisphere, ... Compact Geography of the Netherlands. Second Edition. Author(s) Meijer, H. Publisher: Utrecht. : The Information and Documentation Centre for the Geography of the Netherlands: Publication year: 1996: Notes: Library holding:NL 1996.31 show all notes The Netherlands, which is a country in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, is located in Northwestern Europe. The country is often referred to as Holland, which is technically incorrect, due to Holland being economically and politically dominant in the 17th century (Janin, 2008). Flat and wide, the Northern Netherlands are highly suited for biking and hiking, and many visitors explore at le...