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    (Original post by Susieball)
    Do you mean the effects and management for the rainforests? If so you need 2/3 case studies... I can provide you with some if you have none?


    yes please !
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    (Original post by ASSISTER)
    someone tell me about rivers
    rivers doesnt come up in this exam. it is the physical unit.
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    (Original post by BlueParadise)
    rivers doesnt come up in this exam. it is the physical unit.
    is it not dynamic planet?

    i understand now, i do b1
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    (Original post by ASSISTER)
    is it not dynamic planet?

    i understand now, i do b1
    No this is Edexcel Geography A - not B
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    I can explain a bit of rivers but im not sure if it will be relevant to your syllabus - what do you want to know?
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    (Original post by BlueParadise)
    I can explain a bit of rivers but im not sure if it will be relevant to your syllabus
    hit me up!
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    from the top of my head (havent done much revision lol)

    - the source of the river is usually on high ground (upper course) - there is a high steep gradient. there is low discharge, velocity. threre is very shallow water
    - in the middle course you can find meanders and ox bow lacks - there is lots of lateral erosion
    in the lower course of the river the sedimement is quite fine and small due to erosion and transportation. there is a high dichage, velosity and depth. the river is quite wide here and may join to sea area. there is however now a very low gradient

    corrosion is the dissolving of rocks and minerals
    attrition is the gradual wearing down of rock materials
    abrasion is when rocks rub aginst the beds and banks of the river and wears them away

    the river gets wider and flatter downstream because of river erosion

    waterfalls are formed because the soft rock underneath the hard rock erodes.


    erm leeves are natural embankmetns and can help stop flooding
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    thanks and good luck on your exams, off to do mine!
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    (Original post by ASSISTER)
    thanks and good luck on your exams, off to do mine!
    Thank you good luck too
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    (Original post by BlueParadise)
    Thank you good luck too
    Good luck. Got this exam too in just over a hour
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    what came up in ur exams i do exexcel
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    the rainforest question came up
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    Hey, I was rushing the whole exam because I got stuck on the skills section when they asked to label features x, y and z on the cross section. I saw a tweet which said thankyou edexcel for the 6 marker on natural causes of climate change and I didn't see that question. Did that question come up on our test or did I just read something about another specifications exam. I hope I didn't miss a page😱
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    What did you guys write for the first question?
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    (Original post by d.aniel)
    Hey, I was rushing the whole exam because I got stuck on the skills section when they asked to label features x, y and z on the cross section. I saw a tweet which said thankyou edexcel for the 6 marker on natural causes of climate change and I didn't see that question. Did that question come up on our test or did I just read something about another specifications exam. I hope I didn't miss a page😱
    no, there was no 6 marker! only a 9 mark at the end about rainforest management.
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    (Original post by Colonel Sanders)
    no, there was no 6 marker! only a 9 mark at the end about rainforest management.
    Phew! Thanks for putting my mind at ease haha.
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    (Original post by d.aniel)
    Phew! Thanks for putting my mind at ease haha.
    no problem. what did you write for the first question on the name of the settlement?
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    (Original post by Colonel Sanders)
    no problem. what did you write for the first question on the name of the settlement?
    I had no idea what to write for the rainforest management question so i just wrote some rubbish
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    For an attitude to climate change, could you talk about how one attitude is that we need to reduce carbon dioxide levels to reduce climate change?
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    (Original post by Colonel Sanders)
    no problem. what did you write for the first question on the name of the settlement?
    I put Church Stretton but I feel like that was too obvious. What did you put for the distance and the answers for the cross section? Did we need to draw a line of best fot for the scatter graph?
 
 
 
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