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on a clear day, you can see forever ….

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The North Star Project, 2013-2014 Report Number Twenty-Two — The Amazon and Yasuní National Park by Zach Friederichs

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The North Star Project, 2013-2014 Report Number Twenty-Two — The Amazon and Yasuní National Park by Zach Friederichs

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Ecuador is one of the most diverse countries that I have ever traveled to. Although it is one of smaller countries in South America and comparable in size to the state of Wyoming with an area of around 283,000 km¬¬¬2, it contains a wide variety of terrain as well as plant and animal life. It is composed of four major regions from the Galapagos Islands in the Pacific, western coastal area, the central mountainous sierra, and the forest-filled orient to the eastern border. Fortunately, I was privileged enough to make it out east with my class recently and got to spend a few days in the Amazon rainforest.

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We took a 250km flight out of Quito very early in the morning to arrive not but 30 minutes later in the small town…

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The Middle Ground Journal and the College of St. Scholastica

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A cold and windy week at the Home Office of The Middle Ground Journal …. We celebrate the weekend with a photo of our host institution, The College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, USA.

The Middle Ground Journal: World History and Global Studies is a scholarly, teaching journal housed at The College of St. Scholastica and published by the Midwest World History Association, an affiliate of the World History Association. We have successfully expanded our issues, publishing weekly from September to June — a significant increase in the workload of our all volunteer staff. Now we gear up for the next batch of books and documentaries for review — as well as requests for new books. We have now integrated undergraduate student interns into this process, giving them unprecedented insight into the publishing, reviewing, and scholarly process.

For more information on The Middle Ground Journal, please visit https://www.facebook.com/middlegroundjournal and http://www2.css.edu/app/depts/HIS/historyjournal/index.cfm…

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The Middle Ground Journal and The College of St. Scholastica

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Snow at the Home Office of The Middle Ground Journal …. We celebrate the weekend with a photo of our host institution, The College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, USA.

The Middle Ground Journal: World History and Global Studies is a scholarly, teaching journal housed at The College of St. Scholastica and published by the Midwest World History Association, an affiliate of the World History Association. We have successfully expanded our issues, publishing weekly from September to June — a significant increase in the workload of our all volunteer staff. Now we gear up for the next batch of books and documentaries for review — as well as requests for new books. We have now integrated undergraduate student interns into this process, giving them unprecedented insight into the publishing, reviewing, and scholarly process.

For more information on The Middle Ground Journal, please visit https://www.facebook.com/middlegroundjournal and http://www2.css.edu/app/depts/HIS/historyjournal/index.cfm For a recent article on The Middle Ground’s undergraduate interns’ excellent work, published in the American Historical Association’s Perspectives on History, see: http://www.historians.org/perspectives/issues/2013/1305/Opening-The-Middle-Ground-Journal.cfm

Please address all inquiries to the journal’s chief editor Professor Hong-Ming Liang at HLIANG@CSS.EDU

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