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    I hope we get a map question on industrial topic
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    (Original post by stefany-a)
    I hope we get a map question on industrial topic
    me too, that's what my teacher thinks we'll get.
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    (Original post by lackofcolour)
    me too, that's what my teacher thinks we'll get.
    If an industry map question the whole of my higher class is screwed becuase we did industry at the end of the year, and the last few periods when we were meant to do industry map work she was off, so we never did any industry map work! So I guess i'll just have to be using my standard grade knowledge :mad:
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    Do you need a case study for coasts? :shock:
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    (Original post by ENNGUF)
    Do you need a case study for coasts? :shock:
    Yes, Dorest Coast?
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    Could any one help me with 2007 Paper 2 Q1 A) Describe and suggest reasons for the location of Britain's National Parks.

    Is this just transport links and all that ?
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    (Original post by Haffie)
    Could any one help me with 2007 Paper 2 Q1 A) Describe and suggest reasons for the location of Britain's National Parks.

    Is this just transport links and all that ?
    Yep, close to motorways, access to large centres of population (peak district) At the same time far enough away from cities not to be too crowded etc
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    (Original post by TooSexyForMyStethoscope)
    Yep, close to motorways, access to large centres of population (peak district) At the same time far enough away from cities not to be too crowded etc
    Sorry but do you need a case study for coasts, do you think a question asking for one will come up? :o:
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    wots the likelyness of the biosphere topic being a compulsory question for a 3rd year in a row?
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    (Original post by ENNGUF)
    Sorry but do you need a case study for coasts, do you think a question asking for one will come up? :o:
    I honestly wouldn't try and second guess the SQA. It is certainly possible.

    We did Lulworth cove as an example of a concordant, Swanage as an example of disconcordant. And we used tourism in Lulworth village for social/economic influences etc
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    (Original post by tonna)
    wots the likelyness of the biosphere topic being a compulsory question for a 3rd year in a row?
    Never know - better safe than sorry.
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    (Original post by TooSexyForMyStethoscope)
    I honestly wouldn't try and second guess the SQA. It is certainly possible.

    We did Lulworth cove as an example of a concordant, Swanage as an example of disconcordant. And we used tourism in Lulworth village for social/economic influences etc
    I wasn't given a case study. :confused: Hopefully that won't come up. Do you have any basic points I could mention for social/economic influences?
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    (Original post by TooSexyForMyStethoscope)
    I honestly wouldn't try and second guess the SQA. It is certainly possible.

    We did Lulworth cove as an example of a concordant, Swanage as an example of disconcordant. And we used tourism in Lulworth village for social/economic influences etc
    http://www3.eboard.com/eboard/servle...&TAB_ID=238691

    found this on dorset coasts
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    (Original post by ENNGUF)
    I wasn't given a case study. :confused: Hopefully that won't come up. Do you have any basic points I could mention for social/economic influences?
    Well the village of Lulworth is picturesque, outstanding scenery which attracts tourists. Tourism is the main industry with 95% being day visitors.

    There is a possible conflict between visitors and local people....traffic congestion, second homes, noise, littering etc

    Also between tourists and MOD. Live firing ranges along that stretch of coast which means footpaths are closed part time.
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    (Original post by TooSexyForMyStethoscope)
    Well the village of Lulworth is picturesque, outstanding scenery which attracts tourists. Tourism is the main industry with 95% being day visitors.

    There is a possible conflict between visitors and local people....traffic congestion, second homes, noise, littering etc

    Also between tourists and MOD. Live firing ranges along that stretch of coast which means footpaths are closed part time.
    Thank you.
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    I really, really hope I don't need to rely on Dorset Coast. ): But looking at my past papers from 2003 you've never had to do it, it's always been a choice. So that probably means it'll come up this year.
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    Just to note that Mass Movement hasn't appeared in Lithosphere since 2003.
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    (Original post by jemrock)
    Ahhhh! Does anyone have a case study for a commercial arable farm? I don't have one ;/
    We didn't get given one, but i usually say that ''commercial arable farming takes place around Williston, North Dakota'' ... Not sure whether you have to be that specific though... As long as you know one of the states it takes place in i think thats enough?

    Does anyone else find trying to answer all the questions within the time near enough impossible? :eek: I just can't seem to write fast enough...
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    (Original post by MillyMac)
    Just to note that Mass Movement hasn't appeared in Lithosphere since 2003.
    Did Slumping not come up in 2006? I seriously hope it doesn't come up this year though... I can't seem to find enough to write about :confused:
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    (Original post by whataperfectionist)
    Did Slumping not come up in 2006? I seriously hope it doesn't come up this year though... I can't seem to find enough to write about :confused:
    Yes but that was Coastal

    It could come up as Rotational Slip/Landslides/Slumping

    But not for a Coastal area.
 
 
 

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