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Richard Allaway

The British Geographer - The British Geographer - 1 views

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    [Submitted by: Paul Christmas]

    "The following site has a detailed section on freshwater and many other topics. It will be useful for the options section of the IB and in future will develop sections for the core. A key highlight are some of the detailed case studies. However the site is under development and so some section are are not complete. Some food and health case studies are required and the extreme environments sections is still being written. The site will be useful for both students and teachers of IB geography but has not been written exclusively for the IB."
Richard Allaway

geographyalltheway.com - AS / A2 / IB Geography - Hot, Arid: Resource Development Urani... - 1 views

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    Lesson Aim
    To examine the opportunities and challenges posed for resource development (mineral extraction and any associated settlement and communications) in hot, arid areas - focusing on uranium extraction in Niger.

    Updated July 2012
Richard Allaway

geographyalltheway.com - AS / A2 / IB Geography - Desertification - 1 views

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    Updated June 2012

    To examine the processes and factors involved in desertification
Richard Allaway

geographyalltheway.com - AS / A2 / IB Geography - Agriculture in Hot, Arid Environments - 0 views

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    Updated May 2012

    Lesson Aim
    To be able to examine the opportunities for agriculture in hot, arid environments
    To be examine the distinction between aridity and infertility.
    To examine the importance of irrigation.
    To examine the risk of salinization.
Richard Allaway

geographyalltheway.com - AS / A2 / IB Geography - Periglacial environment - 0 views

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    The aim of this lesson:
    To be able to explain permafrost, patterned ground, solifluction, thermokarst, pingos.

    Redeveloped March 2012
Richard Allaway

geographyalltheway.com - AS / A2 / IB Geography - Glacial environment - 1 views

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    The aim of this lesson:
    To be able to explain the advance and retreat of glaciers.
    To be able to explain the main features resulting from the processes of erosion and deposition by glaciers [glacial trough, a cirque, hanging valley, an arête, a pyramidal peak, an erratic, a drumlin, various types of moraine].

    Updated Feb 2012
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