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  • Geography Factsheet: 162 Hurricanes: A Predictable Hazard?

    Geography Factsheet: 162 Hurricanes: A Predictable Hazard?

      Hurricanes, (tropical cyclones/typhoons) are powerful tropical storms capable of unleashing tremendous destruction in the form of strong winds and torrential rainfall. Every year the...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 163 The way ahead for aid to Burkina Faso

    Geography Factsheet: 163 The way ahead for aid to Burkina Faso

      This Factsheet looks at aid to Burkina Faso, one of the world’s largest recipients of external development aid. This comes mainly from France, EU (bilateral aid) and World Bank (mul...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 164 Volcanoes: Why are some more hazardous than others?

    Geography Factsheet: 164 Volcanoes: Why are some more hazardous than others?

      Every year some 60 volcanoes erupt. The vast majority of these eruptions are relatively weak, have a minimal impact on the landscape and do little damage to property or people. Most ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 165 Change and Conflict on the Rural Urban Fringe

    Geography Factsheet: 165 Change and Conflict on the Rural Urban Fringe

      This Factsheet examines changing landuse patterns on the rural -urban fringe. It outlines the nature of rural urban fringe areas, and the pressures on them, using Newcastle upon Tyne...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 166 Urban Heritage Tourism

    Geography Factsheet: 166 Urban Heritage Tourism

      The Local authorities of Liverpool, Bradford, Manchester, Wigan, etc. realised that there was a market for urban tourism. They saw it as a way of improving the local economy to count...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 167 A Simple Guide to Energy Budgets

    Geography Factsheet: 167 A Simple Guide to Energy Budgets

      The sun is the Earth’s primary source of energy, providing the planet with warmth and light, yet the temperature of the sun’s radiating surface is more than 5500 oC. Howe...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 168 Nearest Neighbour Index

    Geography Factsheet: 168 Nearest Neighbour Index

      The Nearest Neighbour Index is a method of assessing the spatial distribution of points - in other words, how spread out they are. This Factsheet will • introduce the two types of n...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 169 London: Contrasting Suburbs

    Geography Factsheet: 169 London: Contrasting Suburbs

      This Factsheet looks at a cross section of London's suburbs. Suburbs were once seen as the homes of London's affluent commuters. But now many of these suburbs face problems of depriv...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 170 Temperate Deciduous Forest Biomes

    Geography Factsheet: 170 Temperate Deciduous Forest Biomes

      Woodlands are long established, complex ecosystems dominated by trees. Temperate deciduous forests are found mainly in north-west, central and eastern Europe, eastern North America and ea...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 171. Confilict in the Golfe du Morbihan

    Geography Factsheet: 171. Confilict in the Golfe du Morbihan

      The Golfe du Morbihan is located in south-west Brittany. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty that has attracted increasing tourism. Competing use of its fragile resources has a lo...

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