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Panama Canal - History and Overview - Geography - About.com
A brief history and overview of the Panama Canal in Panama, connecting the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean, from your About.com expert Guide to ...
Which direction do you sail through the Panama Canal? - Geography
The Panama Canal lies on the Isthmus of Panama which generally sits in an east -west direction in Panama. However, the location of the Panama canal is such ...
Seven Wonders of the Modern World - Panama Canal - Geography
The 48 mile-long (77 km) international waterway known as the Panama Canal allows ships to pass between the Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean, saving about  ...
The Panama Canal - 20th Century History - About.com
After decades of work and many difficulties along the way, the Panama Canal officially opened on August 15, 1914. The newly built Panama Canal, which uses  ...
Panama Canal Cruises and History
The Panama Canal - Uniting the Oceans: Panama travel is incomplete without visiting one of mankind's greatest accomplishments: the Panama Canal.
The Panama Canal Expansion's Impact on the US Economy
The Panama Canal Expansion will be complete by December 2015. It will allow Post-Panamax ships, which carry 3x the cargo of Panamax ships.
Panama Canal - Logistics/Supply Chain - About.com
The Panama Canal is an important passageway for container ships as they move cargo between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. But the limitations of the ...
Geography and Map of Panama - About.com
Geography and maps of Panama.: panama canal zone us army corps cia factbook manuel noriega army corps of engineers.
Panama Canal - Southbound Transit from the Caribbean to the ...
Photo tour of a Panama Canal transit from the Caribbean to the Pacific Ocean. This 14-page article takes the reader on a detailed voyage through the Panama ...
What is the difference in the sea level of the Atlantic and Pacific ...
At the Panama Canal, the difference between the average sea level of the Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean is about eight inches higher on the Pacific side.
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