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    (Original post by TJ_gym)
    Could they ever ask about how seismic waves helped determine the earths structure?
    I don't how you could write at length about just that as the only difference is that S waves travel only though solids and then saying about the time taken between each depths can help build a picture of what elements and materials make up the different depths of the earth.
    If they were to ask something like that I think they'll ask something like 'describe the features of seismic waves and explain how they have helped determine the earths structure'
    Although not sure how surface waves can be included with that :/
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    Would really appreciate if they'd just recycle old questions rather than coming up with new weird ones -__-
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    Would anyone be able to post a link to some decent notes or explain "economic development and change related to urbanisation (world cities)? All I can find on the Internet is copies of the mark scheme for 2013 which isn't proving much help.
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    (Original post by tcameron)
    Thanks, but I meant the actual content of that essay if something like that would come up and not really the struture
    In summary it would be yes would it not? Arguably a tsunami especially in the case of the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami, the Tsunami was deadly. Took more lives than Mexico and Kobe Combined. Caused more damage, had a wider damage radius (reached Somalia, Sri Lanka ect) Where as earthquakes can be mitigated for far easier. There is no easy way to stop a 20m wave but people can build earthquake proof buildings.
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    Is anyone going to revise the Volcano case studies considering it came up last year?
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    (Original post by tcameron)
    Would really appreciate if they'd just recycle old questions rather than coming up with new weird ones -__-
    amen
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    (Original post by Luis Suarez)
    Is anyone going to revise the Volcano case studies considering it came up last year?
    Its always worth looking at, but probably not in as much depth.
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    What is planning and management?
    Can it be part of sustainability so waste and transport management ? And the dharavi slum case study management ? I'm a bit confused!
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    (Original post by Luis Suarez)
    Thanks but why is it andesitic lava though?
    if it was at a constructive margin, it would be basaltic.
    As destructive margins you get andesitic lava.. its contaminated with other stuff
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    (Original post by Milzy56)
    yep we did four as well finished in march, i am the only one in my class still revising all 4 really hard but can't bring myself to drop one
    I'm the same, just in case a really weird question comes up that I don't want to answer
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    (Original post by Luis Suarez)
    Is anyone going to revise the Volcano case studies considering it came up last year?
    Im doing two earthquake case studies and just one volcano because at this point i really cant be annoyed with geography lol
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    (Original post by Luis Suarez)
    Is anyone going to revise the Volcano case studies considering it came up last year?
    It's probably best not to rule anything out, although it is unlikely the same topics will come up, you never know what AQA will do and they may throw it in regardless. Exams suck
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    (Original post by L1lly)
    What is planning and management?
    Can it be part of sustainability so waste and transport management ? And the dharavi slum case study management ? I'm a bit confused!
    My answer to that is yes for all of those
    It basically interlinks with your urbanisation case study
    Mine in Nairobi for urbanisation but I also have it for planning and management and also for waste management. It should all be credited
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    (Original post by Luis Suarez)
    Is anyone going to revise the Volcano case studies considering it came up last year?
    Yes, the 40 marker may be on volcanic and seismic events
    Even if it's on plate tectonic theory, you need to know the volcanic case studies to justify your points
    But I doubt any of the shorter mark questions will be on volcanoes
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    Thanks for clearing that up!
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    Any predictions for tectonics or climate essays?
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    Is anyone able to share their answer to a short answer question on LDCs in world cities?


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    What would you include in a 40 marker on sustainability for world cities? Do you guys have any examples or brief notes. I am very confused along with others I have spoken to.


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    (Original post by B345)
    Any predictions for tectonics or climate essays?
    look back through the thread theres loads mate
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    For anyone doing the 25 markers for ecosystems look at the nutrient cycle, i think it could be the source (gersmehl's diagram) hasnt been up yet (7marks)
    Structure of an ecosystem (8marks)
    Something on tropical biome (10marks)

    This is what im thinking, someone else please give an opinion?
 
 
 
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