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    (Original post by emma.c)
    Im studying restless earth, coasts and water on the land.. any predictions for these topics' case studies?
    Restless Earth - hopefully fold mountain uses (I pray) or stuff to do with earthquakes (We had Kobe and Sichuan).

    Rivers - flooding responses/effects. That or water transfer. (Bangladesh and Mississippi.)

    Coasts - coastal flooding/habitat responses. (Essex marshes and Holderness)
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    yes!!
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    (Original post by alicelocke78)
    help pls what case studies wil be
    liekly in the eppaer tomorrow pls help thanks. love <3333
    yah wood b helpful 2 hv n ansr 4 ths pls
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    (Original post by alicelocke78)
    yes!
    All I know is it happened because material was easily eroded (gravel and sand). And also, houses can be destroyed and the tourism industry suffers. Anything else?
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    (Original post by willsp8)
    Also for the people doing Ice on the Land, I predict a question on drumlins in one form or another
    Oh dear, I hate drumlins. They're not even properly explained in the textbook!
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    (Original post by alicelocke78)
    help pls what case studies wil be
    liekly in the eppaer tomorrow pls help thanks. love <3333
    there are lots of predictions earlier on in the thread
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    hello,is hard or soft engineering better? why? i cannot seem to find these answers on the line many thankyous xxxxxx
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    Coasts pls
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    a. fairly confident, a little less confident on my avalanche and volcanic case studies (praying volcanoes aren't on because they were last year)
    b. the restless earth, water on the land & ice on the land
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    It's seriously unlikely this will come up, as it came up last year.
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    Formation of an oxbow lake, learn bcs it will probably arise
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    (Original post by IGCSETANK)
    It's seriously unlikely this will come up, as it came up last year.
    that what will not come up????? xx
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    (Original post by Geog ok?)
    hello,is hard or soft engineering better? why? i cannot seem to find these answers on the line many thankyous xxxxxx
    Call it an 'oversimplification' to definitively say one is better than the other.

    Hard engineering projects are generally better at actually preventing coastal erosion, but are often very expensive, aesthetically unpleasing and can harm to environment. Some hard engineering projects also exacerbate problems in other areas

    Soft engineering projects on the other hand, are significantly cheaper as they are more based on planning and making strategic decisions to save as much as possible without the massive costs. You should mention, however, that in the short-term this can be more expensive than hard engineering projects such as land use management forcing property developers to use more expensive land away from the coast, thus raising the prices for consumers.
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    I got 100% UMS on this paper last year and wrote an extended version of that ^ for one of the longer questions
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    Wouldn't revise Kielder water - came up last year.
    Wouldn't revise tsunami - came up 2 years ago
    Wouldn't revise management strategies ( coastal zone ) - came up last year
    That's 3 less
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    (Original post by willsp8)
    It's water transfer.

    River management: Soft Engineering - Mine is my town xD
    River management: Hard Engineering - Three Gorges Dam
    What you don't need case studies though? you just need to know the different schemes.
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    (Original post by willsp8)
    https://getrevising.co.uk/resources/...ects/geography ---------------- super good!

    you just check off the subjects you're doing
    thanks a bunch
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    (Original post by IGCSETANK)
    Wouldn't revise Kielder water - came up last year.
    Wouldn't revise tsunami - came up 2 years ago
    Wouldn't revise management strategies ( coastal zone ) - came up last year
    That's 3 less
    kielder water didn't come up last year??
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    (Original post by IGCSETANK)
    Wouldn't revise Kielder water - came up last year.
    Wouldn't revise tsunami - came up 2 years ago
    Wouldn't revise management strategies ( coastal zone ) - came up last year
    That's 3 less
    Same, but Kielder water? I didn't.
    Im not doing volcanic eruption/epping forest
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    How are Shield volcanoes formed?
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    Kielder water definitely came up - explain disadvantages / advantages of a reservoir scheme you have studied ( Q4d - around that number any way)
 
 
 
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