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The Impact of Globalization on the Cultural Inhabitants Geography Coursework
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Economic globalization is an aspect that places consumers and producers of a certain commodity in mutual relation. The activities of a given state would depend on their classification on their global scenes. The market allows periphery states to interact with Core states and create a uniformed system of government. 
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Globalization in Egypt Geography Coursework
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Parenti’s literature blames globalization for fostering climate change and further blames climate change for most of the negativities being experienced in the world today. For instance, he blames cattle rustling, ethnic clashes, World Wars, international disintegration, economic depressions, and state repressions on climate change. 
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A Research Presentation on Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Landslides and Major Natural Calamities Geography Coursework
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Landslides on the other hand are triggered in certain cases by earthquakes. Nevertheless, all three forms of natural disasters have irreversible and adverse effects on mankind and through the progress of science and technology, they need to be studied deeply and avoided to the maximum extent possible.
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Population Distribution of China Geography Annotated Bibliography
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Population Distribution can be defined as the arrangement or the spread of people in a given area. It could also mean how the population of an area is arranged according to variables such as age, race, or sex. Population Distribution is influenced by factors such as climate, natural resources, work opportunities, social services, density, culture. 
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Chinese religion and Region Geography Annotated Bibliography
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The writer tries to explain how the expanding religious movement, which has always turned out to be the ideological authority of the Chinese Communist Party, is gradually weakening. According to the author, religion has just been surviving for several decades under various atheist governments. However, the recent past religion has been reviving. 
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Geographical Transformation of the Caribbean Islands Geography Essay
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Instead of merely tolerating our indigenous religion, the Spanish forced many to convert upon the pain of life. This fact was further compounded by the fact that although the two religions could have peacefully coexisted, the Spanish had little or no respect for the religious beliefs of my people. Our religion was all but successfully uprooted.
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Water and Air Pollution in Shanghai China Geography Coursework
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Water and air pollution are very common and have raised a lot of issues in many places and jurisdictions. They have the potential to cause irreversible damage to the environment and to human beings as well. Air and water pollution in Shanghai is caused mainly by industrialization and the rapid increase in population.
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The Structure and Characteristics of the Population and Settlement in two Contrasting Urban locations in Canterbury Geography Coursework
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Canterbury is located at 51°16′30″N 1°05′13″E (51.275, 1.087) in east Kent and is about 55 miles east-southeast of London (Ross, Morgan and Heelas, 2000). Its coastal towns include the towns of Herne Bay and Whitstable, which are 6 miles to the north and Faversham, which is 8 miles to the northwest and a rural hinterland that is sparsely populated.
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Ephydra Hians in the Mono Basin Geography Article
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The mounds form as a result of the precipitation of carbonate minerals in lacustrine settings or fluvial channels. Although the Mono Lake region is a great attraction, it has not escaped from destruction by humans through pollution and diversion of waters that would otherwise end up in the lake for private and commercial use. 
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MIGRANT WORKERS TO QATAR Geography Article
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The Amir was overthrown by his own son Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani in 1995 in a bloodless coup after having ruled the country since the year 1972 (Central Intelligence Agency, 2014). He ruled until 2013. Hamad saw the creation of Al Jazeera, an Arab broadcasting
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The Concepts of the Relationship between Space and Human Behaviour Geography Coursework
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The economy of the developed capitalist countries needed mere resources at the end of the 19th century, and it evoked interest in the exploration of the colonized territories in Africa and Asia. Moreover, the detailed information about the territory permitted to wage a war more successfully (Hudson, 1977).  
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Geography Issues in the News Geography Annotated Bibliography
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This study examined popular land commodification practices as a way of generating local revenues within Chinese cities as well as identifying the uneven emerging landscape as a consequence of financed land urbanization. Chinese cities in the land commodification have generated revenues in trillions of Yuan annually. 
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China's Economic Geography Is Changing Geography Assignment
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Abortion is not available so the1 child policy was not so much strictly followed. In modern times the ration between males and females is 120:100. As per the report “It's estimated that the percentage of men in their late 30's who have never married will quintuple by 2030, and this large number of unmarriageable young men cannot help the country.
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Assessment of the Regeneration Legacy that the 2012 London Olympic Games Is Likely to Bequeath East London Geography Coursework
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The Regeneration “Legacy” imposed by the 2012 London Olympic Games renewed East London’s urban landscape through sports avenues, parks, social facilities, and urban developments. The permanent effect of these games on London societies and the international community will come up in the future for several decades (Cochrane, 2007). 
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Causes of the Millennium Drought Geography Coursework
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Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) is the development of cold sea surface temperatures in the eastern part of the Indian Ocean and warm water temperature in the western part of the Indian Ocean. The IOD conditions are the reason for rains in eastern Africa and droughts in Indonesia. It may also affect the rainfall conditions in Australia. 
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Megacity Initiative Study Geography Coursework
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The city of Shanghai is the commercial capital of China which doubles up as a cultural city given the rich cultural designs and architecture that the city boasts of. Shanghai is the home of one of the largest port cities in the Asian Peninsula thus it is strategically located to be a commercial hub for the People’s Republic of China.
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The Manufactured Landscape of Palm Jumeirah Geography Coursework
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The rising cost of the hotels, the resort is affecting the tourist flow, and many people who were residing in Palm Jumeriah residence are moving out of there because of the increased cost of living. Moreover, the rumors regarding the sinking of Jumeriah Island because of the unstable stand have resulted in economic disturbance
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Urbanisation in Developing Countries Geography Coursework
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Governments may need to resettle residents of informal settlements especially if they are vulnerable to environmental hazards like flooding. However, sufficient notice ought to given to residents at the time of resettlement, involve them in planning as well as providing fair compensation for the informal property rights. 
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The Regulation of the Atmospheres Energy Geography Coursework
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Deforestation and uncontrolled release of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere coupled with industrialization are some of the man-made forcings of energy imbalance. The stability in the concentration of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases would push the earth’s climate to its healthy equilibrium witnessed 400 years ago.
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How the Oceans Influence Our World Geography Coursework
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The government has regulated trade whereby you export only if you have a permit, and international agreements have been made to prevent the rampant collection of reef fishes and other marine animals. The government has also protected the habitat creating marine parks to protect the coral reefs and marine animals.
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Geography of Latin America Geography Assignment
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ISI helped diversify the economies of the Latin American countries and neo-liberalism increases effectiveness by opening the economies to more trade and foreign investments that led to urban development. Urban development during the period after the Second World War was as a result mainly connected to the varying commercial functions of cities. 
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Feminist Criticism of Geographical Science Geography Article
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According to Kim England (2006, p.287), their contributions are more about epistemology, politics, and methodology rather than about innovations in methods of scientific inquiry. First of all, positivism in research is questioned and criticized: the research cannot be value-free and is conducted in the world interpreted by people who live in it. 
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Dealing with Disaster Geography Coursework
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Poor communication as indicated from the process of mitigation to recovery led to the crisis that the country is still recovering from more than ten years later. It is, however, commendable that it has taken measures to fill in the gaps in their emergency management program, putting communication at the core of every step. 
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Principles of Good Practice in City Development Strategy Geography Coursework
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City authorities play a vital role in ensuring that large cities function sustainably. Given that resources are limited addressing environmental issues inadequately has harsh consequences such as loss of biodiversity and lower quality of life. Poor and weak strata of the city population are probable to suffer most from these impacts. 
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London and Tokyo: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats Geography Coursework
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The global cities Tokyo and London have undergone immense and comparable changes over the years in their economic, social structure, and spatial organization. These two cities have strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to global stature. Strengths are all positive factors that give a business or projects an advantage over others. 
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The Geographical Analysis Tools Geography Coursework
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Mapping is an essential tool in finding one’s location, it is easy to search for places and find locations. Various tools can be applied in mapping depending on the purpose and nature of the search. Some of the commonly used mapping tools include the use of maps or modern navigation software like GIS. 
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Important Factors to Support Local Disaster Risk Reduction Geography Coursework
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Climate change increases the vulnerabilities of communities from areas with high poverty levels to various disasters due to the deplorable conditions they live in. Disaster Risk Reduction is a way of identifying and reducing the risks of disasters by considering the socio-economic vulnerabilities of the local communities to disasters.
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Gentrification and Urban Neglect Geography Annotated Bibliography
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In my view; I feel most of the suburb the areas in the town have been neglected by the government. It beats logic to imagine that all other parts of the country do experience economic development and the areas where blacks reside in the urban centers have little or no economic development that seems to appeal many.
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The Khyber Pass: Physical and Human Geography Connection Geography Case Study
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Due to peculiarities of these kinds of geography, it is possible to explain fails to control this strategic gateway to the full extent peculiarities of geography – mountains as a natural shelter for insurgent elements, an excessive number of rebels and weapons they are armed with, and neutral position of an important player of the region – Pakistan 
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Good and Bad Politics form the Global Politics Geography Coursework
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The united states through the department of the state have the responsibility of providing political asylum to the immigrants who leave their mother countries due to wars and crimes as well as offering humanitarian assistance such as relief food, settlements health facilities, clothing, in accordance with the requirements of the international law. 
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Field Study in Monrovia Canyon Park Geography Coursework
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The park is based in Monrovia in Los Angeles one of the states in the United States. Canyon Park is in the Eastern part of the United States. Los Angeles states border Canyon Park. One state is in the East of Canyon Park, another state is in the Southeast, another state is in the Northern part and the last is in the south of Canyon Park.
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Analysis of Jeju Island, Chongjin City, and Hoeryong City Geography Case Study
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As of 2008, Hoeryong had a population of 153,532 persons and its population is growing steadily. The city is a massive miming area, which makes some of its terrain unsuitable for living conditions. Kim Jong Suk advocated and campaigned for sanitation and water conditions to be improved around the city between 2001 and 2008. 
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Whether ENSO Is a Valid Analogue for Tropical Pacific Circulation Change during the Quaternary Geography Coursework
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The Pliocene time prior to NHG(northern hemisphere glassification) is used as a possible near future analog because temperatures then were warmer than today. Here one may expect higher tropical SST (sea surface temperature). Variations in the heat budget critically determine if El Nino occurs or not.
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Seoul as a Global City Geography Essay
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But when it comes to economic prosperity and social equity, Seoul remains a city of contradictions and paradoxes.  The rest of this essay will foray into these economic, social, and demographic aspects of Seoul and infer its future role in the global stage. The long and colorful history of Seoul gives some indication of the present expectations of it.
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Geographic Information System Approach Geography Research Proposal
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The programs are for providing support during urgent situations and for the supervision of cases in homelessness avoidance. Aside from these, the paper also intends to look for other methods that can help enhance the directing of these services to areas that have elevated the risk of homelessness. 
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The USDA Soil Taxanomy Classified Soil: Halplorthox/ Haplustox Geography Coursework
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Haplorthox suborder contains high acidity in soil reaction, but low in organic matter content and cation exchange capacity. They were grouped under andosols in initial classification. Later the latosols have been reclassified as oxisols and the name of haplorthox has become synonymous with haplustox suborder.
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Landslide Morphology and Digital Terrain Analysis of the Roughs Landslide Complex Kent UK Geography Research Proposal
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Research works in applied geology have showed that Lympne in Kent, U.K. has very unique geographical phenomena, one of which is landslides (Buma and Dehn, 2008). Landslides may be noted to be a form of ground movement which occurs in different forms including deep failure of slopes, rockfalls, and shallow debris flows (Hutchinson, 2008).
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A Country Review of United Arab Emirates Geography Case Study
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The first section of the paper discusses some historical events which have a great influence on the political and economical environment. This section is followed by a closer look at some key institutional features and political environment of the country like the Federal Supreme Council, judiciary and legislative and local governments, etc. The government structure will enable the reader to understand the whole political review of The UAE. 
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Country Overview of Costa Rica Geography Essay
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The history of Costa Rica has imposed a strong influence on its culture and tradition. In the Costa Rican culture, people are believed to give immense significance to education and knowledge owing to their ideology that knowledge is the base of better life. In the historical period, the black populations were found to be treated as slaves and were also disregarded from obtaining quality medical care and housing facilities.
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Haiti: Election, Democracy, Economy and Natural Disasters Geography Article
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The model example of Haiti in the overthrow of colonialism in Latin America through a populist was thwarted in the immediate years of the country’s independence by unrelenting socio-economic and political problems characterized by frequent coup de tats, a destitute economy together with drug trafficking and its associative criminal behavior.
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The Impact of Tsunami in Indonesia Geography Essay
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Natural disasters happen in different parts of the world. These disasters are sometimes a challenge to survive because their consequences are devastating to the country and the people. Most of the time, these disasters strain country resources. Tsunami is one of the disasters that have affected the people of Asia.
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The Current Position of the Mount ST. Helens Volcano Geography Case Study
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With the increasing global warming that is being faced and the great increase in the construction of buildings worldwide, the inner layers of the earth are facing increasing pressure. Thus the lava within volcanoes is also building. It is the main basis for all volcanoes however the timing of the lava building is at different times.  
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Area lassification and Methodology Geography Essay
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When all the cases have been practiced, the algorithm shifts to the next iteration. A stable classification is acquired when there are no more shifts in a full iteration. The following figure shows the agglomerative schedule for the classification of the statistical wards. From the graph, it is clear that the most favorable levels can be acquired on the basis of where there is a native leveling off in the slope of the line.
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Globalization and Politics Geography Coursework
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Politics, according to Keating () have oftentimes been given the blame for economic policy formulations and framework within a country based upon globalization, however, the author further provides that although this is a contributing factor, it is but one of many and more importantly “in most instances it is not the most important reason” (p.7).
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Course Project Reading & Analysis Geography Assignment
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The purpose of the course project is to examine what leads to conflict in global virtual teams (GVT) by creating a scenario of team members collaborating across cultural, geographical and time boundaries, and “the circumstances under which conflict affects team performance” (Kankanhalli, 2006).
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Is Japan Part of Asia Geography Article
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Physically, Japan has no attachment to China or Mongolia but it is part of the Asia continent even if it is not part of mainland Asia. This is because Japan shares many things with the Asia continent even though it has its own character. The orientation of Japan, culture, and history is a typical Asia mainland. This is an impression that it is part of Asia.
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The Federation of Malaysia: Country Profile Geography Case Study
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As for the livestock industry, relevant research showed that ‘Malaysia is an exporter of poultry meat. However, the country is still a net importer of meat products, particularly beef, and mutton; the processing of chicken meat has backward linkages to the poultry sector and this represents more than 60 percent of the total meat processed’. 
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Why Is It Necessary or Vital for a Country Like Singapore to be a Maritime Hub Geography Essay
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This study focuses on the advantages and success that Singapore gains through maritime hubs. Hubs are considered as main engines of economic growth and development of a country. Singapore as well as the people involved in such activities has found it an added advantage to the country. The essay concludes with the point that Singapore’s success as a hub has contributed a lot for the development of the country.
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How to Monitor Our Planet Earth Geography Essay
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There are also cultural impacts such as change of norms, values, and beliefs Social Impact Assessment (SIA) is responsible for determining both the negative and positive consequences that arise from disaster management(Mechler, 2004). The primary aim of disaster management is to motivate society to be more involves in the conscious management of risk and reduction of vulnerability in different communities.
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Sabkha Soils: Problems And Solutions Geography Essay
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Thus, the cation reaction takes place immediately after adding water to lime in the soil which results in a decrease in plasticity and the exchange of the structure of the soil to flocculated structure. This reaction leads to a change of clay structure of soil with cohesionless behavior.  On the other hand, the pozzolanic reaction causes improvement in the resistance of soil that is treated with lime.
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