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  • Geography Factsheet: 303. Growth Economies of Africa 2: Ethiopia

    Geography Factsheet: 303. Growth Economies of Africa 2: Ethiopia

    According to the international Monetary Fund, Ethiopia was theworld’s fifth fastest –growing economy between 2001 and 2010with an average growth rate of 8.4%. It is projected to be the wor...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 304. The Redevelopment and rebranding of Whitley Bay

    Geography Factsheet: 304. The Redevelopment and rebranding of Whitley Bay

    In the UK the regeneration of urban communities ,by improving housing for the urban poor dates back to the Victorian era. After the Second World War many government schemes (local and national initiat...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 305. Bulgarian & Romanian migration - the new kids on the block?

    Geography Factsheet: 305. Bulgarian & Romanian migration - the new kids on the block?

    Data from the 2011 UK Census shows the dramatic impact of migration on the UK population since 2001. In 2011, 13% (7.5 million) of the population of England and Wales were born outside the UK. This co...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 306. Effective use of secondary research for fieldwork

    Geography Factsheet: 306. Effective use of secondary research for fieldwork

    What is secondary research?Geographers use two types of data sources as part of fieldwork investigations: • Primary data: is collected first hand, for example measuring river velocity and channe...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 307. Patterns of Disadvantage - the Link between Poverty and Health

    Geography Factsheet: 307. Patterns of Disadvantage - the Link between Poverty and Health

    As a country develops economically, its ability to reduce the incidence of many infectious diseases improves. This is usually due to a greater understanding of the importance of hygiene coupled with a...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 308. Growth economies of Africa: Angola & Mozambique

    Geography Factsheet: 308. Growth economies of Africa: Angola & Mozambique

    This Factsheet examines recent economic growth in the two former Portuguese colonies of Angola and Mozambique in southern Africa. For many years, progress in both countries was blighted by civil conf...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 309. Sustainable Tourism in Cambodia: Angkor Wat and Siem Reap

    Geography Factsheet: 309. Sustainable Tourism in Cambodia: Angkor Wat and Siem Reap

    Recent history of CambodiaIn 1993, the GNP per capita of Cambodia was less than $650 per annum, placing this small south-east Asian country amongst the poorest nations on earth.1 Trapped in an unindus...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 310. Pollution in Siberia- the ticking time bomb

    Geography Factsheet: 310. Pollution in Siberia- the ticking time bomb

    Introducing SiberiaSiberia covers 5.1 million square miles (13.1 million sq km) of Russia and as such it has a variety of landscapes. The two main geographical regions of Siberia are the West Siberian...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 311. The Pembrokeshire Coast  processes and landforms of coastal erosion

    Geography Factsheet: 311. The Pembrokeshire Coast processes and landforms of coastal erosion

    The Pembrokeshire coastline in the southwest of Wales was designated as a National Park in 1952 as a result of its natural beauty. Its geo-diversity has given rise to an awe-inspiring and dramatic coa...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 312. Superstorm Sandy

    Geography Factsheet: 312. Superstorm Sandy

    Sandy has been described as the ‘storm of a lifetime’ just as the Great Appalachian storm was in the 1950s. It was designated a superstorm not because of the strength of its winds (it bega...

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