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         Senegal Geography:     more books (17)
  1. Senegal in Pictures. (Visual Geography Series) by Eugene Gordon, 1974-07
  2. Some aspects of the agrarian geography of Senegal: The circle of Louga = Quelques aspects de la géographie agraire au Sénégal (Human relations area files) by Jean Suret-Canale, 1959
  3. The port of Ziguinchor: The direct ocean outlet for Casamance (Senegal) (Technical report / Division of Economic Geography, Columbia University) by Richard J Peterec, 1962
  4. Background notes, Senegal (SuDoc S 1.123:SE 5/998) by U.S. State Department, 1998
  5. Longing for Exile: Migration and the Making of a Translocal Community in Senegal, West Africa by Michael C. Lambert, 2002-07-30
  6. Senegal (Africa: Continent in the Balance) by Tanya Mulroy, 2007-09
  7. Long-term changes in the woody vegetation in N. Kordofan, the Sudan: A study with the emphasis on Acacia Senegal (Rapporter och notiser / Lunds Universitets Naturgeografiska) by Katarina Olsson, 1984
  8. Senegal (Modern World Nations) by Janet H. Gritzner, Charles F. Gritzner, 2004-12-31
  9. Climatic perturbation and urbanization in Senegal.(urbanization and global environmental change: 21st century challenges): An article from: The Geographical Journal by Cheikh Gueye, Abdou Salam Fall, et all 2007-03-01
  10. Insight Guides the Gambia & Senegal (Insight Guide Gambia & Senegal) by Insight Guides, 1990-06
  11. Senegal: A State of Change (Oxfam Country Profiles Series) by Robin Sharp, 1994-12-01
  12. Muslim Brotherhoods and Politics in Senegal by Lucy C. Behrman, 1970-12
  13. The ecology of malnutrition in the French speaking countries of West Africa and Madagascar;: Senegal, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Togo, Dahomey, Cameroon, Niger, ... and Madagascar (Food geography series) by Jacques M May, 1968
  14. A new geography of Senegambia by Oyeyemi Haffner, 1981

101. Senegal - Atlapedia Online
LOCATION geography senegal is located on the west coast of Africa. It is boundby the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Mauritania to the north,
OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Senegal
SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT: Multiparty Republic
AREA: 196,840 Sq Km (76,000 Sq Mi)
ESTIMATED 2000 POPULATION: Senegal is located on the west coast of Africa. It is bound by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Mauritania to the north, Mali to the east, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau to the south, and it encloses the enclave of Gambia in the southwest. The country can be divided into six geographical regions. (1.) The Senegal River Valley. (2.) The coastal belt which contains small swamps, oases, creeks, channels and mud flats. (3.) The western plains which consist of dry and barren land. (4.) The Ferlo which is an inland continuation of the western plains and is semidesert. (5.) Casamance which is separated by Gambia and has better vegetation. (6.) The eastern plains which consists of poor pastureland. The principal rivers are the Senegal, Casamance, Sine and Saloum. Major Cities (pop. est.); Dakar 1,729,800, Thies 201,400, Kaolack 179,900, Ziguinchor 143,800, St. Louis 125,700 (1992). Land Use; forested 54%, pastures 16%, agricultural-cultivated 12%, other 18% (1993). CLIMATE: Senegal has a tropical climate with a wet season from June to September and high humidity along the coast. Rainfall decreases from the south with the wet season extending to October and an average precipitation varying from 1,500 mm (60 inches) to 1,000 mm (40 inches) in the north, to 510 mm (20 inches) in the east. The prevailing winds are the Harmattan in the dry season, which is a dust-laden wind from the Sahara Desert while gale force squalls or tornadoes occur at the beginning and end of the rainy season. Average temperature ranges in Dakar are from 18 to 26 degrees Celsius (64 to 79 degrees Fahrenheit) in January to 24 to 32 degrees Celsius (75 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit) in September.

102. Study Abroad Senegal
Directory of study abroad programs in senegal. Subjects Areas Education,geography, Health Sciences, International Relations, Social Work,
Study Abroad: Senegal
Study Abroad Program Information Courtesy of
You may also wish to visit our Study Abroad in Senegal Portal Page CIEE
7 Custom House Street, 3rd Floor
Portland, ME 04101-4739 USA
Phone : 1-800-40-STUDY
Where: Dakar
When: Fall, Spring, Academic Year
CIEE Study Center in Dakar, Senegal : If you are interested or majoring in French/Francophone studies, African studies, international relations, or development studies and are seeking an opportunity to live and study in a French-speaking West African country considered by many to be one of the most developed and democratic nations in that region, then this program is right for you. The program is geared toward students interested in continuing French language study and learning Wolof, while taking other courses in English and having a cultural immersion experience.
Curriculum Highlights:
Setting Description:
Program Value:
CIEE fees for 2005-06 include tuition, housing, meals, optional on-site airport meet and greet, a supplemental food stipend, orientation, cultural activities such as visits to Toubab Dialaw, a fishing village; and an artistÕs colony, a weekend trip to Saint Louis, the former capital of French West Africa, membership to cultural and/or resource centers, the UCAD and WARC libraries, insurance, and pre-departure advising. Subjects Areas : Art/Fine Arts, Cultural, Population, Demographic Studies, Local Studies, Regional Studies, Environmental Studies, French (Language, Literature, Studies), Geography, History, International Relations, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Sociology, African (Language, Literature, Studies),

103. CTI Centre For Geography, Geology, And Meteorology: Senegal Information
senegal. CityNet senegal (US); World Factbook 1999 (US) Page updated 17/09/99 ©CTI geography, Geology Meteorology, University of Leicester 1999.

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104. Senegal Vacations, Senegal Travel, Senegal Luxury Safaris, Senegal Hotels
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Africa Vacations Botswana Vacations Egypt Vacations Ethiopia Vacations ... Bookmark this page Senegal: Overview
In this section you will find great Senegal Luxury Safaris and Hotels. All-inclusive Senegal Safaris. Romantic Senegal Honeymoon Destinations. Senegal Yachting Vacations. Senegal Safaris. Senegal Luxury Villas-Plus tons of enjoyable virtual tours and streaming videos-You will find everything here, all the insider's secrets. Senegal is a developing West African country. Facilities for tourists are widely available, but they vary in quality. The capital is Dakar.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: A passport is required. A visa is not required for stays of less than 90 days.
Several types of items including computers and computer parts, video cameras and players, stereo equipment, tape players, auto parts, and various tools and spare parts cannot be brought into Senegal without clearance by Senegalese customs officials. Airport customs officials will hold such items if brought in as baggage or carry-on luggage.
Travelers should obtain the latest information on customs and entry requirements from the Embassy of Senegal, 2112 Wyoming Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C., 20008, telephone (202) 234-0540. Overseas inquiries should be made at the nearest Senegalese embassy or consulate.

105. The Republic Of Senegal Atlas Entry
Please note, the primary listing for The Republic of senegal at Abacci Atlas is Background Independent from France in 1960, The Republic of senegal

106. GEsource World Guide - Senegal
A collection of maps and geographic information for senegal, Geographic Data Topsenegal is located in Africa, in the timezone GMT 0.
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107. Senegal, Independence Day Of Senegal, Senegal Independence Day, Senegal Independ
Independence Day Of senegal from Rumela s Web. senegal got independence in4 April 1960, complete independence was achieved in 20 August 1960.
Independence Day Of Senegal from Rumela's Web WOMEN'S DIARY VACATION DRESS RECIPES ... Events S enegal got independence in 4 April 1960, complete independence was achieved in 20 August 1960. Senegal is in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Guinea-Bissau and Mauritania. Main industries are like, agricultural and fish processing, phosphate mining, fertilizer production, petroleum refining, construction materials. They import foods and beverages, buyer goods, capital goods, petroleum products. their agricultural products are peanuts, millet, corn, sorghum, rice, cotton, tomatoes, green vegetables; cattle, poultry, pigs, and fish.
Here follows about their political parties and leaders, African Party for Democracy and Socialism or And-Jef/PADS, Democratic League-Labor Party Movement or LD-MPT, Democratic and Patriotic Convention or CDP Garab-Gi, Independent Labor Party or PIT, National Democratic Rally or RND, Senegalese Democratic Party or PDS, Senegalese Democratic Party-Renewal or PDS-R, Senegalese Democratic Union-Renewal or UDS-R, Socialist Party or PS, African Party of Independence, Front pour le socialisme et la democratie or FSD, Bloc des centristes Gainde or BCG, and other small parties.
Under the terms of a reform of the judicial system implemented in 1992.

108. A Virtual Travel To Senegal - Africa
senegal facts, senegal internet resources, links to senegal. GeographyLocation Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean,
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A virtual travel guide to Senegal, this page is about many aspects of this east African countryl. Search and locate official web sites from the Senegal, and find comprehensive information on the nation in its diversity: Senegal's culture, history and geography. Get key information on Senegal's economy, education, environment, population, and government.
You will have access to news from Senegal and you may visit Senegalese cities. Find maps and other tourism information for sightseeing and travel in Senegal.
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Baobab trees, one of the symbols of Senegal Official Sites Map News Culture ... Additional Links
Country Profile

of Senegal
Independent from France in 1960, Senegal joined with The Gambia to form the nominal confederation of Senegambia in 1982. However, the envisaged integration of the two countries was never carried out, and the union was dissolved in 1989. Despite peace talks, a southern separatist group sporadically has clashed with government forces since 1982. Senegal has a long history of participating in international peacekeeping.
(Source: CIA - The World Factbook) border countries: The Gambia Guinea Guinea-Bissau Mali ... Mauritania related countries: France Official Name: conventional long form: Republic of Senegal conventional short form: Senegal local short form: Senegal ISO Country Code sn Actual Time: Sun-Sept-25 22:45

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