in the history of the City of Calamba. * '''Numbers''' – the engraved “1742” mentions the year when Calamba was founded and seceded from the town of Cabuyao, while "2001" was identified as the year of Calamba's cityhood. * '''Objects''' – the mountain in the background and the water current at the bottom part relate to land and water resources of the city pertain to the vast natural resources of Mount Makiling and the aquatic benefits of Laguna de Bay. The water beneath Mt. Makiling shows that Calamba City touches a body of water notably Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country, and that's why Calamba City is also known as the "City by the Lake". The silhouette image of rice field on the left and the industrial buildings on the right symbolizing Calamba City's rapid modernization, urbanization, and industrialization. With both signs located beside each other, it shows everyone that nature and progress can efficiently coexist in Calamba City. * '''Colors''' - Except for silver grey and metallic gold, all others are similar with the national seal. However, additional meanings are attached to each. * '''Metallic Gold '''– This represents the radiating image of Dr. Jose Rizal and Banga that reflects in the minds and deeds of Calambeños. * '''Red '''– This symbolizes the burning patriotism of residents as exemplified by Rizal. * '''Blue '''– As land and water represent wealth and prosperity, the color blue signifies productivity and tranquility of the constituents. * '''Silver Grey '''– This represents the transformation of development from an agricultural pueblo in the 1700s to an agro-industrial town in the 1900s and finally to an industrial city. * '''White '''– This projects purity, transparency, efficiency and prudence pertaining to governance. * Calamba City has a golden edge etched at the upper half with the words '''Lungsod ng Calamba''' depicting Calamba City as a Philippine component city. Laguna at the bottom part means that Calamba City is still part of Laguna province. Demographics DATE OF BIRTH September 4, 1934 PLACE OF BIRTH Calamba, Laguna, Philippines DATE OF DEATH April 12, 2010
thumb Black snapper in El Nido (File:Black snapper el nido.jpg) The climate in El Nido is distinguished by two seasons: generally dry, from December to May, and wet, from June to November. April and May are typically the driest months, while the heaviest rainfall occurs around August. The Northeast wind blows from December to March, occasionally interchanging with the North wind during December to February. The Southwest wind is felt from June to October while the East wind, the mildest of all winds, blows during the months of April and May. Philippine Country. Accessed August 25, 2008. Surface Temperature The average surface temperature ranges from a low of 22°C to a high of 33°C. The coolest temperatures are usually experienced during the month of January, while the hottest temperatures are felt in April and May. Water Current The current in El Nido differ from very slight to moderate depending on tidal conditions. Divers and snorkellers can swim back to the boat without difficulty since currents are usually very manageable. Water Temperature The average water temperature ranges from 24°C to 26°C during the months of December to March and 26°C to 29°C during the months of April to November. Water Visibility Water visibility ranges from 3 meters to 10 meters from December to February, 10
commonplace in suburbs of Lahti. Things are however now looking brighter again with a new direct railroad to Helsinki and city centre being revamped. Understand Lahti has a population of 100,000 making it the 7th largest city in Finland by population. The area of the city is 154,6 square kilometres, of which 19,54 km² is water. Current mayor of Lahti is Jyrki Myllyvirta. Get in By car Lahti is exactly 104 km from Helsinki, a one-hour drive on freeway
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to that country to play in the Olympic Games for the first time. Brazil settled for the seventh place at the Barcelona Olympics (1992 Summer Olympics). The '''Antilles Current''' is a warm water current that flows northwesterly past the island chain that separates the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The current results from the flow of the Atlantic North Equatorial Current. This current completes the clockwise- cycle
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the Casiquiare (Casiquiare canal) and Guainía (Rio Negro (Amazon)) floodplain where the Rio Negro is born, before entering Brazilian territory. Unlike ''P. scalare'' (mentioned above) which prefer to spawn on the submerged leaves of plants and trees in the flooded rainforest, ''P. altum'' prefers to spawn on submerged roots and tree branches in a moderate water current. This species is recommended for intermediate to advanced aquarists due to the detailed maintenance it requires for proper
small size of 1mm. Heukelbach J, Wilcke T, Harms G, Feldmeier H. "Seasonal Variation of Tungiasis in an Endemic Community." American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 72.2 (2005): 145-149. The American The '''Caribbean Current''' is a warm water current that flows into the Caribbean Sea from the east along the coast of South America. The current results from the flow of the Atlantic South Equatorial
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