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  • Geography Factsheet: 124. Salt Marshes

    Geography Factsheet: 124. Salt Marshes

      Salt marshes are both complex and fragile. They are also some of the most threatened environments on the planet as they occupy coastal locations that are attractive for industrial, commercial ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 125. Grassland Biomes

    Geography Factsheet: 125. Grassland Biomes

      This Factsheet will describe the structure and function of both tropical and temperate grassland ecosystems and provide a case study of a temperate grassland - the North American Prairies, whi...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 126. Rural Policy Issues

    Geography Factsheet: 126. Rural Policy Issues

      This Factsheet looks at how voluntary, government and EU policies can help to tackle the difficulties facing people who live in the remote rural areas of the UK. In many parts of the United Ki...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 127. Flooding in Shrewsbury

    Geography Factsheet: 127. Flooding in Shrewsbury

    Although flooding is a natural phenomenon, over recent years, headlines like these seem to have become more frequent in the United Kingdom. The risk of flooding has increased as more land beside river...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 128. India: A Third Generation NIC?

    Geography Factsheet: 128. India: A Third Generation NIC?

      The primary sector still dominates employment in India. About 75% of the population are engaged in this sector of the economy which accounts for around 25% of GDP. Howeve r, the majority of la...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 129. The impact of structure and lithology on coastal landforms

    Geography Factsheet: 129. The impact of structure and lithology on coastal landforms

      The geology of the rocks forming the coast is one of a number of factors which influence coastal landforms. Structure is defined as ‘the way the rocks are disposed or geologically a...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 130. The provision of health services in rural areas

    Geography Factsheet: 130. The provision of health services in rural areas

      This Factsheet considers the principles of service provision in rural areas and focuses on the special case of rural health services in MEDCs and LEDCs....

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  • Biology Factsheet: 61. Chloroplasts and mitochondria

    Biology Factsheet: 61. Chloroplasts and mitochondria

    This Factsheet summarises:  • The structural similarities and differences between chloroplasts and mitochondria.  • The functional similarities and differences between chloroplas...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 62. Animal tissues I: epithelia and blood

    Biology Factsheet: 62. Animal tissues I: epithelia and blood

    This Factsheet will explain what is meant by the term ‘tissue’ and describe the structure of epithelial tissues and blood. These are the  animal tissues that have most frequently bee...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 63. Pigments in plants

    Biology Factsheet: 63. Pigments in plants

    Pigments in plants have the following roles:  • the photosynthetic pigments trap solar energy and change it into chemical energy which enables the plant to fix carbon dioxide and  so ...

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