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  • Geography Factsheet: 70. The effect of agriculture on soils

    Geography Factsheet: 70. The effect of agriculture on soils

      Humans have been changing soils by cultivating, draining, liming and adding dung for thousands of years. More recently - within the last 100 years - farmers have been able to add chemical fert...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 71. Floods

    Geography Factsheet: 71. Floods

      Floods are one of the most common of all environmental hazards. This is because so many people live in fertile river valleys and in low lying coastal areas. The nature and scale of flooding va...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 74. Hypothesis tests & Mann-Whitney U-test

    Geography Factsheet: 74. Hypothesis tests & Mann-Whitney U-test

      Many geography projects involve a hypothesis test. Students often find difficulty in deciding on suitable hypotheses, and accordingly can waste time collecting unhelpful data. This Factsheet e...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 75. Climate change and vegetation

    Geography Factsheet: 75. Climate change and vegetation

      Increasingly, human activities are influencing global climate. Between 1985 and 1994 temperatures have been about 0.2oC warmer than average compared with 1961-1990 and during the 1985-1995 dec...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 76. Geothermal energy

    Geography Factsheet: 76. Geothermal energy

      This Factsheet will explain the uses of geothermal energy, examine the conditions required for its use and assess its advantages and disadvantages....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 77. Multiple hazards in cities: examples from London and Mexico

    Geography Factsheet: 77. Multiple hazards in cities: examples from London and Mexico

      In this Factsheet we examine the nature of some of the hazards in two large cities, London and Mexico City. Although there are a number of stark contrasts between London and Mexico City, some ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 78. Third world debt

    Geography Factsheet: 78. Third world debt

      In September 1999, the World Bank in Washington DC agreed to help 19 of the world’s poorest countries by writing off huge amounts of their debt. The first countries to benefit from the H...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 79. Human effect on nutrient cycles

    Geography Factsheet: 79. Human effect on nutrient cycles

      Humans have been interfering with the natural carbon cycle for thousands of years. However, up until 1850 anthropogenic (man-made) emissions of carbon dioxide were insignificant compared to th...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 80. Antarctica

    Geography Factsheet: 80. Antarctica

      Antarctica covers 14m km2 (about 1.5 times the size of the U.S.) and is composed of 98% ice and 2% rock. The average elevation is between 2000 and 4000 m and mountain ranges extend up to 5000m...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 81. Tourism in the south of France

    Geography Factsheet: 81. Tourism in the south of France

      Within this area it is possible to study several types of tourism and also to consider many of the problems and current issues that face the present-day tourist industry. This Factsheet focuse...

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