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    Hi all, The topics I'm doing are Restless Earth, Water On The Land and Challenge of weather and climate. Does anyone have notes on "The Challenge Of The Weather And Climate"?????????
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    (Original post by Zulq)
    My topics are coastal zone, water on land and restless earth. Any tips on what to revise?
    everything
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    (Original post by 'Chris')
    As said above, for Restless Earth it's almost certain it's either super volcanoes or tsunamis which will appear as the 6/8 markers (which is a shame because the volcanoes and earthquakes are easier xD).

    I wouldn't really think there would be a 6/8 mark question on supervolcanoes as there isn;t really a lot to write about
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    I'm doing Rocks, Resources & Scenery; Coasts and Restless Earth.
    I'm hoping quarries don't come up much! Which probably means they will...
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    (Original post by aqua-rina)
    I'm doing Rocks, Resources & Scenery; Coasts and Restless Earth.
    I'm hoping quarries don't come up much! Which probably means they will...
    im doing the exact same i bloody hate rocks its the worst
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    I'm doing

    - Restless Earth

    - Coasts

    - Water on Land
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    Coasts
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    Will rising sea levels come up in the exam do you think?
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    coasts will most probably have a 6/8 marker on the coastal habitat case study (Keyhaven Marshes)
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    (Original post by rickky)
    coasts will most probably have a 6/8 marker on the coastal habitat case study (Keyhaven Marshes)
    Yes most certainly... Keyhaven Salt Marshes is the best case study for this particular question
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    (Original post by studentgooner)
    Will rising sea levels come up in the exam do you think?
    no pun intended with the "come up"
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    (Original post by studentgooner)
    Yes most certainly... Keyhaven Salt Marshes is the best case study for this particular question
    Where is keyhaven again?
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    Where is keyhaven again?
    Hi

    Hope the revision is going well for this exam. There are some great Geography GCSE resources on TSR - flashcards, mindmaps, notes - rated by stars and teacher recommendations.

    Try this document about coasts which includes Keyhaven salt marshes.

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    Is it helpful?
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    (Original post by The Learn Ranger)
    Hi

    Hope the revision is going well for this exam. There are some great Geography GCSE resources on TSR - flashcards, mindmaps, notes - rated by stars and teacher recommendations.

    Try this document about coasts which includes Keyhaven salt marshes.

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    Is it helpful?
    Thanks so much Struggling to remember so many case studies lol
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    Im doing Restless Earth, Water on the Land and living world.

    i think for Restless Earth - itll be volcano or tsunami.
    water on the land- hard/soft river statergies and comparison between MEDC and LEDC floods
    Living world - i have no ideas but dont think itll be on a MEDC desert
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    Think there definitely could be something on super volcanoes for Restles Earth. Something Like:
    Give an example of apotential super volcanic eruption and its possible effects (8)


    To which you might write about:
    • YellowStone, Wyoming, USA
    • Magma chamber is 40kmwide and 8km deep
    • Last eruption 63,000years ago
    • Hugepyroclastic flow would travel thousands kilometres from Yellowstone, destroyingeverything in its path – 87,000people immediately killed
    • Huge amounts (1000km3)of rock, ash + lava would be released
    • Ash would blockout sunlight meaning less heatenergy gets to earth and can trigger a miniice age
    • Ash wouldcover fields of crops, meaning lessfood so people starve
    • Sulphur emissions cause a drop of 12o in the NH
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    My Predictions for 8 markers are: restless earth- comparing earthquakes, ice on land- effect of glacial retreat on alpine area and coasts - impact of sea level rise.
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    volcano impacts/responses is very likely
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    im not learning any case studies that have turend up in past papers for restless earth since 2012. They are unlikely to be asked again. what do you think
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    All I know is that I'm doing dynamic earth could someone tell me to the topics to revise on?

    Cheers
 
 
 
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