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  • Geography Factsheet: 141. Coastal management - Case study of the Holderness coast

    Geography Factsheet: 141. Coastal management - Case study of the Holderness coast

      Arange of classic coastal features stretch over 50km, from the chalk cliffs of Flamborough, through the plain of Holderness, to Spurn Head where a large spit guards the entrance to t...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 142. Urban planning and regeneration in Barcelona

    Geography Factsheet: 142. Urban planning and regeneration in Barcelona

      The majority of major European cities have a long history of planning. Often this involved the planning ‘dreams’ of a few individuals in the 19th Century. In more recent decad...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 143. Avalanches

    Geography Factsheet: 143. Avalanches

      Avalanches are falling masses of snow that can contain rocks, soil or ice. Avalanches are natural phenomena, but become a natural hazard when they interact with people and their surr...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 144. The Galapagos islands - biodiversity under threat?

    Geography Factsheet: 144. The Galapagos islands - biodiversity under threat?

      The Galapagos Islands are situated in the Pacific Ocean about 1,000 km west of Ecuador and are a province of Ecuador....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 145. Coastal Deposition

    Geography Factsheet: 145. Coastal Deposition

      Almost 20% of the world’s coastlines are depositional in nature. Deposition generally occurs in low energy environments where the effects of waves, storms and tides are much re...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 146. Depressions

    Geography Factsheet: 146. Depressions

      Depressions are low pressure systems. In mid latitudes such as the UK they occur when pronounced Rossby waves lead to a strong jet stream in the troposphere. The strong jet generates...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 147. The Development Gap

    Geography Factsheet: 147. The Development Gap

      In general incomes are rising globally but whether this is leading to a real improvement in the standards of living for the poorer people of the world is a matter of debate. Many of ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 148. Limestone Landscapes & Ecology in the UK

    Geography Factsheet: 148. Limestone Landscapes & Ecology in the UK

      Limestone is principally an organic sedimentary rock, which covers approximately 7% of the world’s land surface. Limestone is made up of more than 50% (by weight) of calcium ca...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 149. Greenfield v Brownfield Sites for Sports Stadia

    Geography Factsheet: 149. Greenfield v Brownfield Sites for Sports Stadia

      In recent years a number of football clubs, such as Reading and Bolton, have moved their stadia from inner-city locations to sites which are less congested,often on the edges of towns and...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 150. Sustainable Management of Temperate Forests

    Geography Factsheet: 150. Sustainable Management of Temperate Forests

    Forests cover about 30% of the world’s land area and are a very important natural resource. Forest products are important in building and construction and the manufacture of furnitu...

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