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  • Geography Factsheet: 142. Urban planning and regeneration in Barcelona

    Geography Factsheet: 142. Urban planning and regeneration in Barcelona

      The majority of major European cities have a long history of planning. Often this involved the planning ‘dreams’ of a few individuals in the 19th Century. In more recent decad...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 143. Avalanches

    Geography Factsheet: 143. Avalanches

      Avalanches are falling masses of snow that can contain rocks, soil or ice. Avalanches are natural phenomena, but become a natural hazard when they interact with people and their surr...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 144. The Galapagos islands - biodiversity under threat?

    Geography Factsheet: 144. The Galapagos islands - biodiversity under threat?

      The Galapagos Islands are situated in the Pacific Ocean about 1,000 km west of Ecuador and are a province of Ecuador....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 145. Coastal Deposition

    Geography Factsheet: 145. Coastal Deposition

      Almost 20% of the world’s coastlines are depositional in nature. Deposition generally occurs in low energy environments where the effects of waves, storms and tides are much re...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 146. Depressions

    Geography Factsheet: 146. Depressions

      Depressions are low pressure systems. In mid latitudes such as the UK they occur when pronounced Rossby waves lead to a strong jet stream in the troposphere. The strong jet generates...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 147. The Development Gap

    Geography Factsheet: 147. The Development Gap

      In general incomes are rising globally but whether this is leading to a real improvement in the standards of living for the poorer people of the world is a matter of debate. Many of ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 148. Limestone Landscapes & Ecology in the UK

    Geography Factsheet: 148. Limestone Landscapes & Ecology in the UK

      Limestone is principally an organic sedimentary rock, which covers approximately 7% of the world’s land surface. Limestone is made up of more than 50% (by weight) of calcium ca...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 149. Greenfield v Brownfield Sites for Sports Stadia

    Geography Factsheet: 149. Greenfield v Brownfield Sites for Sports Stadia

      In recent years a number of football clubs, such as Reading and Bolton, have moved their stadia from inner-city locations to sites which are less congested,often on the edges of towns and...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 150. Sustainable Management of Temperate Forests

    Geography Factsheet: 150. Sustainable Management of Temperate Forests

    Forests cover about 30% of the world’s land area and are a very important natural resource. Forest products are important in building and construction and the manufacture of furnitu...

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  • Geo Factsheet: 151. Sustainable City Management -Case Study of Curitiba, Brazilís Ecological capital

    Geo Factsheet: 151. Sustainable City Management -Case Study of Curitiba, Brazil's Ecological capital

    The Rio Earth Summit (1992) recognised the need to move away from the unsustainable development of recent decades, which took little account of the finite nature of resources or the damage being ...

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