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  • Geography Factsheet: 40. Multipurpose forestry

    Geography Factsheet: 40. Multipurpose forestry

      Forests cover 30% of the planet, providing valuable habitats and play an essential role in maintaining atmospheric composition and climatic and nutrient cycles. Increasing human populations ar...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 41. Deindustrialisation

    Geography Factsheet: 41. Deindustrialisation

      Researchers use official government statistics (such as the Employment Gazette or Regional Trends in the UK) to document the process of deindustrialisation. Deindustrialisation took place in m...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 42. River management

    Geography Factsheet: 42. River management

      This Factsheet reviews traditional hard and new engineering solutions to river management problems. In the face of worldwide accusations that they have only increased flood risk and at the sam...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 43. Suburbanisation

    Geography Factsheet: 43. Suburbanisation

      The suburbs are the outlying areas of a city which remain close enough to the city centre to be accessible by commuters. The suburbs are predominantly residential in nature, but in Britain the...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 44. Regional inequalities in Britain

    Geography Factsheet: 44. Regional inequalities in Britain

      This Factsheet will summarise the nature of regional inequalities in Britain. A second Factsheet will evaluate the negative consequences of regional inequalities and the success or otherwise o...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 45. Flood management in Bangladesh

    Geography Factsheet: 45. Flood management in Bangladesh

      The land of Bangladesh has been formed by the deposition of sediment from three great rivers - the Meghna, the Brahmaputra and the Ganges. These sediments fan out and extend the country into t...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 46. Demographic change in sub-Saharan Africa

    Geography Factsheet: 46. Demographic change in sub-Saharan Africa

      Over the last 20 years, total fertility and mortality rates in many of the countries south of the Sahara have decreased. Population growth rates have however remained high throughout sub-Sahar...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 47. Energy policy in the UK

    Geography Factsheet: 47. Energy policy in the UK

      Since 1970, the energy ratio (the ratio of primary energy use:GDP) has fallen. This means that energy intensity is decreasing and this is a result of: 1. increasing energy prices; 2. increas...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 48. Spatial distribution of rural settlements

    Geography Factsheet: 48. Spatial distribution of rural settlements

    Countries such as France, Ireland, Italy and Spain define rural areas as those administrative units which fall below a population threshold which is defined as “urban”. However, each of th...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 49. Transnational Corporations: The problem or the solution?

    Geography Factsheet: 49. Transnational Corporations: The problem or the solution?

      A transnational corporation (TNC) is simply a large business organisation which operates and has ownership of assets in more than one country. A TNC could therefore operate in just two countri...

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