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    (Original post by johnhall027)
    found it a decent paper
    I did population, changing urban environments and tourism
    how did everyone else find it?

    i did the same topics what case study did you use ?

    i found the physical paper easier tbh
    AQA worded the paper weirdly " account for"??
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    (Original post by *JustARandomGuy*)
    I'm not sure about Amazon because I didn't study it but Kerala is fine.
    Im worried because the question said 'country' and Kerala isnt strictly a country but I mentioned its in India
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    For the 8 mark for Tourism, so many people did Tataquara Lodge or Galapagos Island including me.. So I'm very unsure whether it is correct because the questions above were talking about Kenya so I thought that the 8 mark would be about a different case study
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    (Original post by dch187)
    i put the rate of growth becomes increasingly more rapid, so yh i put the same as you idk i think it should be right
    I put that the population grows rapidly and it is mainly shown as a J-curve graph
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    For the tourism case study I did the Jamaica case study as it said tropical environment??


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    (Original post by Abdurz123z)
    Did no one do Globalisation?, because pretty much everyone in our school did it
    I did. How did you find it?
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    (Original post by *JustARandomGuy*)
    In basic points:
    - 23 national parks
    - 15% of Kenya's money comes from tourism
    - 15% of that goes to locals, 85% goes to big companies
    - Safari vehicles destroy environment
    - Masai tribe loses land for national parks
    - Masai tribe dance for money
    - Culture is shared (tourists see culture of tribes)
    - Alternative activities to save the environment are using horses or walking instead of safari vehicles
    - Visas cut my 50% to attract tourists
    are the Galapagos islands acceptable for the last question
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    (Original post by Abdurz123z)
    Did no one do Globalisation?, because pretty much everyone in our school did it
    I did globalisation. what did you put for the 8 mark about the figure talking about the dam and the global demand for food.
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    What does agriculture change mean? I thought it meant when agriculture changes to machinery so the birth rate would decrease because less kids are needed to help with the farm?!
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    (Original post by Cluster1)
    For the tourism case study I did the Jamaica case study as it said tropical environment??


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    So many people did Tatquara lodge or Galapagos island so I'm confused because those are both tropical and ecotourism. They both receive income and reduce on negative effects as it is controlled by tribes and not big economy countries etc.
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    (Original post by CaedKnight)
    are the Galapagos islands acceptable for the last question
    Never heard of Galapagos Islands. Sorry pal.
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    (Original post by niichola.)
    So many people did Tatquara lodge or Galapagos island so I'm confused because those are both tropical and ecotourism. They both receive income and reduce on negative effects as it is controlled by tribes and not big economy countries etc.
    Yea most people in my school did Jamaica but now I'm not sure, really *****y question


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    (Original post by *JustARandomGuy*)
    Never heard of Galapagos Islands. Sorry pal.
    I did the Galapagos Islands too, but so many people have put Jamaica or Kenya
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    (Original post by EmmaC_)
    What does agriculture change mean? I thought it meant when agriculture changes to machinery so the birth rate would decrease because less kids are needed to help with the farm?!
    I put the same
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    (Original post by TappoWappoS)
    I did the Galapagos Islands too, but so many people have put Jamaica or Kenya
    Yeah. Kenya was the easiest option.
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    (Original post by EmmaC_)
    What does agriculture change mean? I thought it meant when agriculture changes to machinery so the birth rate would decrease because less kids are needed to help with the farm?!
    LOL. I wrote about Agriculture Change as in the soil and crops were affected. I'm probably wrong :/
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    (Original post by *JustARandomGuy*)
    Physical Geography is easier because there is only certain ways a Cave is formed and you just learn it until you perfect the answer. With Human Geography you have to think 'behind the scenes' to why some countries De-industrialise, etc.
    absolutely, phsyical geo is just mindless memorisation, human takes more thought,
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    (Original post by *JustARandomGuy*)
    Lol. I labeled things like Rejuvination and Decline as well as Involvement/Development stage. One of us is wrong...
    I'm sure it's you unfortunately. It was talking about the whole of the U.K not just one area. You can't rejuvenate the whole UK can you?
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    (Original post by Federerr)
    I'm sure it's you unfortunately. It was talking about the whole of the U.K not just one area. You can't rejuvenate the whole UK can you?
    Was it the whole of UK? I thought it was just one area.
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    Who got fooled and wrote about the One Child Policy for the 8 marker (Population)?
 
 
 
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