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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 153.Metal mining returns to the West Country

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 153.Metal mining returns to the West Country

    Defra have confirmed that Hemerdon mine, north of Plymouth in Devon (Fig.1), is the fourth largest deposit of tungsten in the world. Hemerdon was last mined in WW2 but was uneconomic because the de...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 275. Tectonic hazards in New Zealand

    Geography Factsheet: 275. Tectonic hazards in New Zealand

    New Zealand sits astride the collision boundary of two of the world’smajor plates, the Pacific and Australian plates, resulting in a greatrange of tectonic hazards, namely:• earthquakes&bul...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 276. Sustainable Water Solutions In Transitional Economies

    Geography Factsheet: 276. Sustainable Water Solutions In Transitional Economies

    Water in India - The problemIndia’s main water sources are rainfall and snow melt from Himalayanglaciers. 80 % of the flow of Indian rivers occurs during the 4-5months of the SW monsoon. The out...

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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 154.Project frozen dumbo: elephant sperm banks

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 154.Project frozen dumbo: elephant sperm banks

    Zoos remain controversial amongst some conservationists. Some believe that they are cruel and should be closed and that the money saved should be used to protect species in their natural habitats. Oth...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 277. The Economic, Social and Environmental Impact of the Iraq War

    Geography Factsheet: 277. The Economic, Social and Environmental Impact of the Iraq War

    Iraq (Figure 1) is strategically located in the Middle East borderingIran, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Turkey. With an areaof 438,000 square km and a population of 30.4 million it has thes...

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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 155. Reducing demand for water

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 155. Reducing demand for water

    Defra believe that our current use of water is unsustainable. The average water use in England is about 150 litres per person per day, with the average household using over 100,000 litres of water eve...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 278. Here come the ‘BRICs’

    Geography Factsheet: 278. Here come the ‘BRICs'

    BRIC or ‘the BRICs’ is a grouping acronym for Brazil, Russia, India and China, first coined in 2001 by Jim O’Neill, Head of Global Economic Research at Goldman Sachs, a Wall Street B...

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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 156. Driving to reduce exhaust emissions

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 156. Driving to reduce exhaust emissions

    This Factsheet looks at how driver behaviour can significantly affect their vehicle emissions. Educating drivers to these effects is being considered as part of the government’s strategy to redu...

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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 157. Should we cull the Geese?

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 157. Should we cull the Geese?

    This Factsheet:• Discusses the case for and against culling geese• Discusses why some geese populations are increasing butothers are in decline• Reviews recent exam questions on bird co...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 279. BRAZIL – has the land of the future arrived?

    Geography Factsheet: 279. BRAZIL – has the land of the future arrived?

    Introduction Jim O’Neill, an economist working for the investment bank Goldman Sachs coined the term BRIC in his 2001 report, “The World Needs Better Economic BRICs”. BRIC stands fo...

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