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  • Geography Factsheet: 263. Biofuels v Diversity

    Geography Factsheet: 263. Biofuels v Diversity

    According to the UNEPbiofuel is an umbrella term used to describe all fuels derived from organic matter. The most common are bio-diesel and bio-ethanol. biofuels are now being considered for use on a ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 264. THE ERUPTION OFEYJAFJALLAJOKULL, ICELAND

    Geography Factsheet: 264. THE ERUPTION OFEYJAFJALLAJOKULL, ICELAND

    In April and May 2010, a little-known Icelandic volcano erupted and  caused massive disruption to the industries, businesses and airline  companies of Europe and further afield. Its outpou...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 265. Population Bomb

    Geography Factsheet: 265. Population Bomb

    In 1968, Paul Ehrlich first warned of the ‘population bomb’, whereby as  a result of a population explosion, fuelled by dramatically declining  mortality and continued high fer...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 266. Energy in China

    Geography Factsheet: 266. Energy in China

    The International Energy Agency published new data in mid-2010 showing that China overtook the US in total energy usage in 2009. The US had held the top position in the energy usage league for more th...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 267. The Changing fortunes of Manchester:  An Aspiring Second City

    Geography Factsheet: 267. The Changing fortunes of Manchester: An Aspiring Second City

    Combined with the development of engines and factory machinery and  increased mining of coal in the local area, the ground was laid for the  city to develop into what was termed a “c...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 268. The World Cup

    Geography Factsheet: 268. The World Cup

    During the summer of 2010, South Africa hosted teams from 31 other countries and their supporters. The focus from 11 June – 11 July 2010 was on  Johannesburg, the city where the first and ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 269. Erosion and Coastal Management at HENGISTBURYHEAD, DORSET

    Geography Factsheet: 269. Erosion and Coastal Management at HENGISTBURYHEAD, DORSET

    Hengistbury Head is a locally well-known and much-loved promontory, situated at the eastern tip of Poole Bay. The headland stands at the junction of the  highly developed Poole Bay seafront to t...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 270. Intrusive Igneous Activity and the Landscape

    Geography Factsheet: 270. Intrusive Igneous Activity and the Landscape

    Batholiths are the largest type of intrusion and can reach hundreds of  kilometres across (at least 100 km2 in surface exposure). To form a  batholith, a vast amount of magma is required. &...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 271. Tourism and vulcanicity in Hawaii

    Geography Factsheet: 271. Tourism and vulcanicity in Hawaii

    Hawaii is an archipelago of four large islands and over one hundred smaller  islands located in the Pacific Ocean 3,850 km south west of California. The  four largest islands making up Haw...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 272. Globesity

    Geography Factsheet: 272. Globesity

    Good human health requires a balanced diet containing enough  calorific value to sustain bodily systems and to enable productive  work. For much of human history we have been struggling to...

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