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  • Geography Factsheet: 58. Population structure of UK towns & cities

    Geography Factsheet: 58. Population structure of UK towns & cities

      Population structure refers to any characteristic of the population, such as age, sex, ethnicity, language, occupational structure, religion even family structure. Population structure is impo...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 59. Causes &consequences of under-population

    Geography Factsheet: 59. Causes &consequences of under-population

      Underpopulation is frequently thought of as being a good thing or, at least, much less of a problem then overpopulation. This belief is reinforced by, which often appears in GCSE and some A Le...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 60. Tertiary activity: where and why?

    Geography Factsheet: 60. Tertiary activity: where and why?

      Economies are divided into 4 main parts. • Primary activities are those which deal directly with raw materials such as timber, agricultural crops, fish or minerals. • Secondary act...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 61. El Nino Explained

    Geography Factsheet: 61. El Nino Explained

      The latest El Niño event has been blamed for extreme weather events in 1997 and 1998, especially in the USA, where the popular press have nick-named the phenomenon ‘El Meano&rsquo...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 62. Hazards: Hurricane Mitch

    Geography Factsheet: 62. Hazards: Hurricane Mitch

      In November 1998 Hurricane Mitch devastated the countries of Honduras and Nicaragua. It was responsible for thousands of deaths,hundreds of thousands of people being made homeless, outbreaks o...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 63. Conflicts in the National Parks

    Geography Factsheet: 63. Conflicts in the National Parks

      The ten national parks were set up between 1951 and 1957. In 1989 the Broads became the eleventh National Park. The National Parks were set up under The National Parks and Access to the Countr...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 64. World Food Outlook

    Geography Factsheet: 64. World Food Outlook

      World population is increasing rapidly - by about 1.7% annually. Growth rates are highest in the developing world. Whilst, in 1990, it was estimated that 77% of the worlds' population lived in...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 65. Heritage Coasts

    Geography Factsheet: 65. Heritage Coasts

      The designation of Heritage Coasts was introduced in 1972. The Countryside Commission proposed the Heritage Coast concept as a way of protecting “stretches of undeveloped coastline of hi...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 66. Conflict in the Green Belt

    Geography Factsheet: 66. Conflict in the Green Belt

      During the 1990s England’s countryside has suffered a series of controversies and setbacks : rural blight - including declining services and employment opportunities, rural depopulation,...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 67. Fog - Formation and Hazard

    Geography Factsheet: 67. Fog - Formation and Hazard

      Fog is defined as occurring when visibility is less than 1000 metres irrespective of whether the obscurity is produced naturally by water droplets, or by solid particles, largely from human ac...

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