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HOW PHYSICAL AND HUMAN FACTORS MAY HAVE MADE FLORIDA A CROWDED COAST

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´╗┐HOW PHYSICAL AND HUMAN FACTORS MAY HAVE MADE FLORIDA A CROWDED COAST ________________ Florida, not only within the US but around the world, is renowned for its suns soaked beaches; making it one of holiday makers? most popular hotspots. The popularity it receives is clear from the 75 million annual visitors and is one reason why many migrate to live there as more hear about its pull factors. ...read more.

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The picture in Fig.2 portrays the luxury high rise hotels, adding to the impression of the relaxed, and attractive ?holiday? image that Florida is already known for. One of the reasons it is a popular tourist destination is because of the four large international airports located there allowing for much easier transportation and as a pivotal human pull factor, it makes it attract even more immigration. ...read more.

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Sunlight hours being very consistently long throughout the year mean that it is not only beneficial for the vitamin deficiencies and arthritis in the elderly but a pull factor for families with young children that travel daily to school. Given that Fig.2 highlights the dying corals and falling number of dolphins and manatees, the fact remains that Florida nonetheless has these physical attractions which are another pull factor for both tourists and residents, adding to the growing list of pull factors that accumulate to result in Florida?s coast becoming crowded at a faster rate. ...read more.

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