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  • Geography Factsheet: 222. Bypassed Borders

    Geography Factsheet: 222. Bypassed Borders

      The Borders region straddles the boundary between England and Scotland. The Scottish Borders is the name of one of Scotland’s Local Government areas, however the wider Borders area ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 223. Water development options in Oxfordshire

    Geography Factsheet: 223. Water development options in Oxfordshire

      In 1996 the Chairman of Ofwat stated ‘Water is a renewable resource but is also a diminishing resource, in that additional resources are disproportionately costly in financial ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 224. Storm Surges - A Growing Hazard?

    Geography Factsheet: 224. Storm Surges - A Growing Hazard?

      Flooding of low-lying coastal areas can occur for a host of reasons, such as tsunamis, intense local precipitation, high river flows, and storm surges. Some of these flood mechanisms may ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 225. Development Versus Conservation In Alaska’s Arctic Wilderness

    Geography Factsheet: 225. Development Versus Conservation In Alaska's Arctic Wilderness

      The Arctic wilderness areas of Alaska are facing potential dramatic new changes as a result of the rising world price of oil and gas (Fig. 1). In Autumn 2003 the world price of stand...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 226. Drought

    Geography Factsheet: 226. Drought

      Drought is a complex geographical phenomenon, although its fundamental definition is of a shortfall or deficiency of water over an extended time period, usually at least a season. It...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 227. North Atlantic Oscillation: El Niño’s Atlantic Partner

    Geography Factsheet: 227. North Atlantic Oscillation: El Niño's Atlantic Partner

      The media often attributes unusual weather patterns to El Niño - Southern Oscillation (ENSO). Yet there is another large-scale climate pattern that has been overlooked. It&rsq...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 228. Still Hungry And Getting Worse?

    Geography Factsheet: 228. Still Hungry And Getting Worse?

      This Factsheet explores the complex reasons behind the new food crisis,essentially caused by rising demand as developing nations such as China pass through the nutrition transition, where...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 229. Economic development in Korea - an original Tiger

    Geography Factsheet: 229. Economic development in Korea - an original Tiger

      Korea is located in east Asia (Fig. 1) and is one of the original NICs (newly industrialising countries). Korea, once one of the world’s poorest agrarian societies, has undertaken e...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 230. Accessible rural areas - Case study of West Oxfordshire

    Geography Factsheet: 230. Accessible rural areas - Case study of West Oxfordshire

      In general these settlements are expanding in terms of population growth (population turnaround) as a result of counterurbanisation. Key factors explaining these rural change include...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 231. Rural Depopulation – still a current issue

    Geography Factsheet: 231. Rural Depopulation – still a current issue

      Many students remain convinced that virtually all rural areas in Europe and other MEDCs are experiencing depopulation. This was certainly true until the 1950s – essentially peo...

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