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  • Geography Factsheet: 50. Urban Microclimates

    Geography Factsheet: 50. Urban Microclimates

      The energy that drives all weather systems and climates comes from the sun. However urban areas tend to be warmer than surrounding rural areas because: 1. Industries, homes and vehicles burn ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 51. Changing patterns of migration in China

    Geography Factsheet: 51. Changing patterns of migration in China

      This Factsheet examines the general features and models of migration and places them in the context of rural to urban migration in China....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 52. Measuring development

    Geography Factsheet: 52. Measuring development

      In order to review the various ways of measuring development it is first necessary to define ‘development’ and to explain why numerous groups of researchers (planners, agronomists,...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 53. Bangkok - a primate city

    Geography Factsheet: 53. Bangkok - a primate city

      Bangkok has a population of 6.5 million people and covers an area of over 1569 square kilometres. The city’s population density averages 3600 people per square kilometre. It is a primate...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 54. The greenhouse effect in the UK

    Geography Factsheet: 54. The greenhouse effect in the UK

      The greenhouse effect refers to the increasing temperature of the lower atmosphere (troposphere) as a result of the heat-trapping effect of gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 55. Population policy in China

    Geography Factsheet: 55. Population policy in China

      Since 1949 China’s population has experienced rapid growth. erosion in China and it has been argued that the 1998 floods in the north of the country were caused by deforestation to make ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 56. The pollution of lakes and reservoirs

    Geography Factsheet: 56. The pollution of lakes and reservoirs

      Surface water (lakes, reservoirs and rivers) supply 87% of total abstractions in England and Wales - the rest is obtained from underground aquifers (which are known as groundwater supplies). F...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 57. Reform of the CAP

    Geography Factsheet: 57. Reform of the CAP

      The original aims of the CAP were to: 1. Increase agricultural productivity/self sufficiency in Europe 2. Maintain agricultural employment in Europe 3. Increase farmers’ income in Eur...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 58. Population structure of UK towns & cities

    Geography Factsheet: 58. Population structure of UK towns & cities

      Population structure refers to any characteristic of the population, such as age, sex, ethnicity, language, occupational structure, religion even family structure. Population structure is impo...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 59. Causes &consequences of under-population

    Geography Factsheet: 59. Causes &consequences of under-population

      Underpopulation is frequently thought of as being a good thing or, at least, much less of a problem then overpopulation. This belief is reinforced by, which often appears in GCSE and some A Le...

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