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Who are achaeologists


I'm guessing you mean archaeologists.
Archaeology is the study of the ancient and recent human past through material remains. It is a subfield of anthropology, the study of all human culture.
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How does tourism bring positive impact on culture


You need to define culture. How does a 2012 Nissan Sentra affect tourism?
If you mean the effect tourism has on a local cultural group, there are many ways it can affect it positively. Culture can only develop if it faces change. Humans develop by change, so does everything they are involved in.
If a culture does not develop, it stagnates. For example, if a group of cannibals do not face the modern world where cannibalism is morally and legally wrong, they will never be able to fit into modern society, so they have to change their eating habits.
Tourism brings new ideas to a culture, and people get new insights of how the world outside of their own frame of reference think and operate. Without tourism, there would be no tourists who bring these new ideas to the culture within which they tour.
Tourism will also engender the wish in locals to see what is out there, and will encourage members of a certain cultural group to venture further than their own villages, towns or countries. When these visitors return home, they will relate their travel experiences to others, and so the culture will develop positively.

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Plumber job?


Plumbing is a lot like Pipe fitting only handles human waste. If you want to be a plumber you can. Everything depends on your work culture, your self-motivation and how much profit you want to make. Everything depends on your attitudes toward your chosen profession. Like your corporate culture and social responsibilities. You could learn a lot from Assistance Plombier about plumbing.

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Can humans catch cat flea?


Humans can certainly be bitten by fleas but generally cat flea cannot be sustained and infest humans. However, if the female flea is allowed to feed for twelve consecutive hours on a human, it can lay viable eggs.

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What are the economic reasons of colonies?


The first and biggest is to further your supply of natural resources.Also if you can assimilate the natives to your culture,well humans are a resource also.When the colony gets established then you have a new trading partner.Should the colony gain independence,it will become more productive making an even better trading partner as it already has shared money and cultural distinctions,like language..

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Which part function of the brain you think is most important to human survival?


The most basic definition of "survive" is to continue to live or exist.....

With that in mind, I believe the brain stem would be the most important part of the human brain in terms of the human survival.

The brain stem controls the body's autonomic nervous system, (which maintains the human's blood pressure, temperature, digestion, etc.) heartbeat, breathing, and other involuntary actions of the body that are necessary to sustain life. Without the brain stem, a human would be unable to live, thus unable to "survive."

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What is the importance of natural vegetation in our life


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The best answer for this is as below, copied from http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090119035333AAao1yP


Vegetation or natural vegetation supports critical functions in the biosphere, at all possible spatial scales. First, vegetation regulates the flow of numerous biogeochemical cycles, most critically those of water, carbon, and nitrogen; it is also of great importance in local and global energy balances. Such cycles are important not only for global patterns of vegetation but also for those of climate.

Second, vegetation strongly affects soil characteristics, including soil volume, chemistry and texture, which feed back to affect various vegetational characteristics, including productivity and structure.

Third, vegetation serves as wildlife habitat and the energy source for the vast array of animal species on the planet and, ultimately, to those that feed on these. Vegetation is also critically important to the world economy, particularly in the use of fossil fuels as an energy source, but also in the global production of food, wood, fuel and other materials.

Perhaps most importantly, and often overlooked, global vegetation including algal communities has been the primary source of oxygen in the atmosphere, enabling the aerobic metabolism systems to evolve and persist.

Lastly, vegetation is psychologically important to humans, who evolved in direct contact with, and dependence on, vegetation, for food, shelter, and medicine.

Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals, and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative.

Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems, Deserts, rain forests, plains, and other areas-including the most developed urban sites-all have distinct forms of wildlife. While the term in popular culture usually refers to animals that are untouched by human factors, most scientists agree that wildlife around the world is impacted by human activities.

Anthropologists believe that the Stone Age peoples and hunter-gatherers relied on wildlife, both plant and animal, for their food. In fact, some species may have been hunted to extinction by early human hunters.

Many wildlife species have spiritual significance in different cultures around the world, and they and their products may be used as sacred objects in religious rituals. For example, eagles, hawks and their feathers have great cultural and spiritual value to Native Americans as religious objects

All wild populations of living things have many complex intertwining links with other living things around them. Large herbivorous animals such as the hippopotamus have populations of insectivorous birds that feed off the many parasitic insects that grow on the hippo. Should the hippo die out so to will these groups of birds, leading to further destruction as other species dependent on the birds are affected. Also referred to as a Domino effect, this series of chain reactions is by far the most destructive process that can occur in any ecological community.

Today, hunting, fishing, or gathering wildlife is still a significant food source in some parts of the world. In other areas, hunting and non-commercial fishing are mainly seen as a sport or recreation, with the edible meat as mostly a side benefit.

See the links below for additional information. Hope this helps. Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegetation
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildlife

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How the human geography related to other social sciences


Human geography is the study of human use and understanding of the Earth and the process which have affected this. It encompasses human, political, cultural, social and economic aspects of the social sciences

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