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Published on April 29, 2008

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Physical Geography Part 2 of the paper is worth 45 marks You choose 3 questions from 7 We have covered: Plate tectonics Glaciers Rivers Coasts Each of these is worth 15 marks

Part 2 of the paper is worth 45 marks

You choose 3 questions from 7

We have covered:

Plate tectonics

Glaciers

Rivers

Coasts

Each of these is worth 15 marks

Plate tectonics

 

 

Key points Formation of fold mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes and link with plate boundaries Different types of volcano, features and causes Case study of fold mountains in the Alps Management of an earthquake and volcanic event Short-term responses and long-term recovery Contrast between LEDC and MEDC Evaluate sources of aid 2 case studies from, Montserrat and Kobe, Mt St Helens & Kashmir

Formation of fold mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes and link with plate boundaries

Different types of volcano, features and causes

Case study of fold mountains in the Alps

Management of an earthquake and volcanic event

Short-term responses and long-term recovery

Contrast between LEDC and MEDC

Evaluate sources of aid

2 case studies from, Montserrat and Kobe, Mt St Helens & Kashmir

Activity Complete the questions in your book. I suggest you print the questions out as notes (not full slides) at about 3 to a page if you want paper copies of the questions to stick in your books. Useful revision sites: http:// www.bennett.karoo.net/topics/platetec.html Geobytes is an awesome teacher site! Have a good look!

Complete the questions in your book. I suggest you print the questions out as notes (not full slides) at about 3 to a page if you want paper copies of the questions to stick in your books.

Useful revision sites:

http:// www.bennett.karoo.net/topics/platetec.html

Geobytes is an awesome teacher site! Have a good look!

 

 

 

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