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Essay heading: Pakistan
 
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Date added: July 1, 2009
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Since the country is mostly arid, it does not lend itself to contain fertile soil for growing food products except in the Indus Plain, where its natural resources are primarily agricultural. From the Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab, and Jhelum Rivers come irrigation systems which help supply water to various parts of the Indus Plain...
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The main crops are wheat, rice, maize, cotton, sugar cane, and pulses. Pakistan’s natural resources also consist of salt, ch! romite, coal, gypsum, limestone, manganese, sulfur, clay, graphite, copper, petroleum, and natural gas. "The Indus Valley, along with some adjoining areas in what is now Pakistan, is one of the oldest cradles of civilization, comparable to ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and China...
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Canadian Natural Resources Limited   Battle For Natural Resources   country of origin effects on subsidiaries management and human resources practices   Economic Geography - "Natural" Resources ? What are they?   Fertile Crescent   The Fertile Crescent   Hydroponics Growing Without Soil   Who should own Revenues from natural resources in Canada   Consequences Of Spatial Distribution And Consumption Of Natural Resources At A Global Scale   NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION   Natural Resources And Management   Natural Resources and Management   China Population And Natural Resources   Governments Should Implement Policies To Encourage The Use Of Renewable Energy Resources Instead Of Fossil Fuels To Conserve The Environment Of A Country   Should large industrialized nations limit their consumption of natural resources?  
 
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