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  • Geography Factsheet: 132. The Tundra Biome

    Geography Factsheet: 132. The Tundra Biome

      The Tundra Biome is a cold treeless region found mainly polewards 60° N and includes areas of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Scandinavia and Russia. It is found between the polar ice cap...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 133. Earthquakes: Why do some places suffer more than others?

    Geography Factsheet: 133. Earthquakes: Why do some places suffer more than others?

      Earthquakes are probably the most frequent of all natural hazard events, yet their impact on people, property and communities varies enormously from one place to another. In this Factshe...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 134. The sustainable management of fisheries

    Geography Factsheet: 134. The sustainable management of fisheries

      The world’s fishing industry currently employs around 200 million people. These include fishermen harvesting the seas and oceans, fish farmers involved in aquaculture and indus...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 135. Waterfront Regeneration

    Geography Factsheet: 135. Waterfront Regeneration

      Since the 1980s waterfront regeneration has become a key focus for urban planning, initially in North America and Europe and most recently in waterfront cities around the world. Dere...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 136. Brazil - Changing Pattern of Trade: LEDC to NIC

    Geography Factsheet: 136. Brazil - Changing Pattern of Trade: LEDC to NIC

      Brazil’s economic history has been influenced to a considerable extent by foreign trade trends and policies. Successive cycles of export booms in commodities such as sugar, gol...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 137. West Sussex: a multiple hazard zone?

    Geography Factsheet: 137. West Sussex: a multiple hazard zone?

      Whilst the UK is not considered on a global scale to be a hazardous environment, recent insurance records would suggest that it has been subject to an increasing number of extreme we...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 138. Changes in the European Car Industry

    Geography Factsheet: 138. Changes in the European Car Industry

      The car industry is a key global industry. Some 40 million vehicles are produced globally, and the industry is a major global employer – around 20 million people in component m...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 139. The world of refugees

    Geography Factsheet: 139. The world of refugees

      A number of the lead items reported in the media in recent years have been about sizeable movements of people, such as those listed in Table 1....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 140. Least developed countries

    Geography Factsheet: 140. Least developed countries

      The concept of least developed countries (sometimes known as LLEDCS – least less economically developed countries) was first identified in 1968 by the United Nations Conference...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 141. Coastal management - Case study of the Holderness coast

    Geography Factsheet: 141. Coastal management - Case study of the Holderness coast

      Arange of classic coastal features stretch over 50km, from the chalk cliffs of Flamborough, through the plain of Holderness, to Spurn Head where a large spit guards the entrance to t...

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