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Travel 102 the world

  1. 1. School of Hospitality Management School of Hospitality ManagementThe World An Overview
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  3. 3. The World Basic General Information  Age: 4.55 billion years old School of Hospitality Management  Total Area: 510.072 million sq km  Land Area: 148.94 million sq km  Water Area: 361.132 million sq km  Total Coastline length: 356,000 km
  4. 4. The Highs and Lows Basic General Information  Highest point: Mt. Everest (8,850 School of Hospitality Management m)  Lowest/Deepest Point: Mariana Trench at 10,924 m in the Pacific Ocean
  5. 5. Statistics School of Hospitality Management Current Population 7,052,759,673 The World has 1.2 billion (2008) phone lines and 5.4 Billion Mobile Phone users.
  6. 6. StatisticsCommon Languages spoken based on the population: School of Hospitality Management  Mandarin Chinese 12.44%  Spanish 4.85%  English 4.83%  Arabic 3.25%  Hindi 2.68%  Bengali 2.66%  Portuguese 2.62%  Russian 2.12%  Japanese 1.8%  Standard German 1.33%  Javanese 1.25%
  7. 7. Statistics School of Hospitality Management Religion:  Christian 33.35% (of which Roman Catholic 16.83%, Protestant 6.08%, Orthodox 4.03%, Anglican 1.26%)  Muslim 22.43%  Hindu 13.78%  Buddhist 7.13%  Sikh 0.36%  Jewish 0.21%  Bahai 0.11%  Other religions 11.17%  Non-religious 9.42%  Atheists 2.04%
  8. 8. The World School of Hospitality Management There are 195 countries, 72 dependent areas and other entities 29.1% of the world is the land portion. It is generally divided into several, large, discrete landmasses termed continents
  9. 9. The World School of Hospitality ManagementThe Continents are (from largest to smallest):  Asia  Africa  North America  South America  Antarctica  Europe  Australia.
  10. 10. The World School of Hospitality Management 70.9% of the worlds surface is water. We have five oceans:  Pacific Ocean  Atlantic Ocean  Indian Ocean  Southern Ocean  Arctic Ocean.
  11. 11. The World School of Hospitality Management The worlds GDP are as follows:  $78.95 trillion (2011 est.)  $76.19 trillion (2010 est.)  $72.53 trillion (2009 est.)  Note: Ammounts are in US Dollars
  12. 12. The World School of Hospitality Management Major Industries  Dominated by the onrush of technology, especially in computers, robotics, telecommunications, and medicines and medical equipment
  13. 13. The World School of Hospitality Management Transportation:  The world has 43,794 Airports  102,260,304 km of Roads (2008)  1,139,615 km of Railways (2008)  671,886 km of Waterways (2008)
  14. 14. The World School of Hospitality ManagementTallest Mountains:  Mount Everest (China-Nepal) 8,850 m  K2 (Pakistan) 8,611 m  Kanchenjunga (India-Nepal) 8,598 m  Lhotse (Nepal) 8,516 m  Makalu (China-Nepal) 8,463 m  Cho Oyu (China-Nepal) 8,201 m  Dhaulagiri (Nepal) 8,167 m  Manaslu (Nepal) 8,163 m  Nanga Parbat (Pakistan) 8,125 m  Anapurna (Nepal) 8,091 m
  15. 15. The WorldLongest Rivers: School of Hospitality Management  Nile (Africa) 6,693 km  Amazon (South America) 6,436 km  Mississippi-Missouri (North America) 6,238 km  Yenisey-Angara (Asia) 5,981 km  Ob-Irtysh (Asia) 5,569 km  Yangtze (Asia) 5,525 km  Yellow (Asia) 4,671 km  Amur (Asia) 4,352 km  Lena (Asia) 4,345 km  Congo (Africa) 4,344 km
  16. 16. Current Issues School of Hospitality Management large areas subject to overpopulation, Industrial disasters Pollution (air, water, acid rain, toxic substances) Loss of vegetation (overgrazing, deforestation, desertification) Loss of wildlife Soil degradation
  17. 17. Current Issues School of Hospitality Management Soil depletion and Erosion Global warming becoming a greater concern
  18. 18. Fun Facts about the World School of Hospitality Management About 400 billion gallons water is used worldwide each day. The moon is one million times drier than the Gobi Desert. Earth travels through space at 66,700 miles per hour. From a distance, Earth would be the brightest of the 9 planets. This is because sunlight is reflected by the planets water. Asia Continent is covered 30% of the total earth land area, but represent 60% of the worlds population.
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