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  • Geography Factsheet Subscription 2017-2018 for AL/AH/IB

    Geography Factsheet Subscription 2017-2018 for AL/AH/IB

    Keep your students up-to-date with the latest geographical news and insights with these extremely popular, up-to-the-minute case studies for post-16 students.  This is an e-subscription to the 2...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 1. International tourism

    Geography Factsheet: 1. International tourism

      International tourism is a common feature of many modern geography syllabuses and examination questions tend to focus on three main issues. 1. The size and nature of international tourism, i...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 2. Managing Tropical Rainforest - The Ecosystem approach

    Geography Factsheet: 2. Managing Tropical Rainforest - The Ecosystem approach

      Tropical rainforests are disappearing at a rapid rate (see Figure 1). Human activity has reduced their global coverage from over 18 million km2 to less than 10.5 km2. Although the clearing of...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 3. Agriculture and the UK environment

    Geography Factsheet: 3. Agriculture and the UK environment

      The nature of agriculture in the UK has changed dramaticaly over the last 50 years and this has caused equally dramatic changes to the landscape and to the structure of rural communities. Thi...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 4. How do countries achieve optimum populations?

    Geography Factsheet: 4. How do countries achieve optimum populations?

      Optimum population has been defined in a number of ways but commonly it involves the concept of an ideal population living and working in a given area. The number of people in that area will ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 5. An idiot’s guide to air masses

    Geography Factsheet: 5. An idiot's guide to air masses

    Air Masses are often a source of great confusion even for otherwise strong candidates. This Factsheet will describe in simple terms the origins and nature of the air masses off the British Isles. Fut...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 6. An idiot’s guide to bid rent

    Geography Factsheet: 6. An idiot's guide to bid rent

      Bid Rent is a very popular essay title on many syllabuses. It is also one which is very often answered in a superficial way and one which seems to cause great confusion for many students. Thi...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 7. Birmingham International Airport and the Green Belt

    Geography Factsheet: 7. Birmingham International Airport and the Green Belt

      A Green Belt is an area of countryside between adjoining cities. Within Green Belts development is severely restricted....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 8. Coastal Management

    Geography Factsheet: 8. Coastal Management

    Since they are often extensive areas of flat, fertile, picturesque land, coastal areas are very attractive for a wide range of human activities. However, approximately 25% of the English coastline ha...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 9. The structure of European cities – East versus West

    Geography Factsheet: 9. The structure of European cities – East versus West

      Any large metropolitan city will contain a core of residential, industrial and service functions. The spatial location of these functions - the structure of the city - will be determined by t...

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