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    (Original post by gurpartapl)
    Sorry about that. and i think we need to know about the transmigration policy in indonesia. People moved from a very densely populated place (Java) to a less dense place (Sumatra).. Have you got a cgp geography book? Its inside there somewhere.

    Transmigration - "to migrate from one country to another in order to settle there."
    1. Changing Urban Environments
      Causes of urbanisation
      Issues and solutions in CBD, inner city, suburbs and rural-urban fringe
      Squatter settlement redevelopment
      Effects and management of rapid urbanisation - disposal of waste, air pollution and water pollution
      Sustainable urban living
    I haven't got a CGP guide, i should have got one, but I have a letts one, and yes i realise what that is now. But we call it rural to urban migration which is the same thing. For MEDC I do Birmingham Rural to CBD and for LEDC Dharavi Mumbai India
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    (Original post by gurpartapl)
    Sorry about that. and i think we need to know about the transmigration policy in indonesia. People moved from a very densely populated place (Java) to a less dense place (Sumatra).. Have you got a cgp geography book? Its inside there somewhere.

    Transmigration - "to migrate from one country to another in order to settle there."
    1. Changing Urban Environments
      Causes of urbanisation
      Issues and solutions in CBD, inner city, suburbs and rural-urban fringe
      Squatter settlement redevelopment
      Effects and management of rapid urbanisation - disposal of waste, air pollution and water pollution
      Sustainable urban living

    Do we need to know a case study for Problems (and solutions) of living in an LEDC??
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    (Original post by Job738338)
    Mass scale movement of people within a country. Happened in Indonesia to lessen population on Java and spread development around to other islands. Look it up it's pretty easy.
    Yeah as I just said to the other guy I realised what it is now, but we call it rural to urban migration... so, yea i do birmingham and dharavi mumbai... unless that's not the right one
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    (Original post by gurpartapl)
    1. My humanities teacher has been predicting correct topics for last 2 years, she also predicted all the topics for the 2016 Geography AQA UNIT 1 (Physical) exam. The sections we learn for the exams are;
      Population Change, Changing Urban environments and Tourism.

      Okay so here are the predicted topics for these sections for tomorrow:

      Population
      DTM model with population pyramid
      Transmigration
      Coping with ageing population and encouraging more births
      Migration push and pull factors and impacts on host and origin countries
      Economic migrants within the EU
      Refugee movements and impacts


      Tourism
      Tourist resort life cycle model
      External factors effect on UK tourism
      Mass tourism positive and negative effects and management
      Extreme environments impacts and growth
      Benefits of ecotourism and link to sustainable development.

      ONLY YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR REVISION, NO ONE IS TO BLAME IF THESE TOPICS DO NOT COME UP.

    Finally, best of luck!
    Wow Thankyou! This is very helpful and similar to what my teachers are predicting, so that's always a good sign! Good luck to you as well 😊😃

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    Do we need to know a case study for Problems (and solutions) of living in an LEDC??
    Would be good, these are just the topics, they might ask for case study or they might not.
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    (Original post by gurpartapl)
    1. My humanities teacher has been predicting correct topics for last 2 years, she also predicted all the topics for the 2016 Geography AQA UNIT 1 (Physical) exam. The sections we learn for the exams are;
      Population Change, Changing Urban environments and Tourism.

      Okay so here are the predicted topics for these sections for tomorrow:

      Population
      DTM model with population pyramid
      Transmigration
      Coping with ageing population and encouraging more births
      Migration push and pull factors and impacts on host and origin countries
      Economic migrants within the EU
      Refugee movements and impacts


      Tourism
      Tourist resort life cycle model
      External factors effect on UK tourism
      Mass tourism positive and negative effects and management
      Extreme environments impacts and growth
      Benefits of ecotourism and link to sustainable development.

      ONLY YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR REVISION, NO ONE IS TO BLAME IF THESE TOPICS DO NOT COME UP.
    Finally, best of luck!
    What is the external factors affect?
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    (Original post by Job738338)
    What is the external factors affect?
    Not too sure myself if i be honest but it sounds as though its talking about the factors which affect number of tourists visiting the uk.. For example: terrorism and conflict.. Major events.. Exchange rates... World economy... Weather
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    (Original post by gurpartapl)
    Not too sure myself if i be honest but it sounds as though its talking about the factors which affect number of tourists visiting the uk.. For example: terrorism and conflict.. Major events.. Exchange rates... World economy... Weather
    External factors are factors which effect tourism but are completely out of the tourist destinations control. This can be terrorism as people are frightened to visit the area, bad media coverage as the area is unpopular and disliked. Also, if the currency in a country is weak, that can increase tourist numbers and if there is high unemployment, the numbers will drop. Hopefully that will cover you 😊

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    Some mark schemes don't accept weather always as an external factor! So try and avoid that one if possible 😜

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    Thoughts for development gap?
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    I don't even know what that is 😂 unless we call it something else?

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    you probably won't do "The Development Gap" as it's a topic on a paper, not something you need to know if you do three other topics like urban environments etc
 
 
 
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