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    how do you guys remember everything??
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    Its water surplus because field capacity has been attained, what paper is that question from?
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    what 15 markers do you think will come up? questions that have never been asked before possibly?? (im doing population, health, coasts, rivers). I hate 15 markers for human, especially 'comment on' 'discuss' 'to what extent'
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    Its water surplus because field capacity has been attained, what paper is that question from?
    Yep that's right


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    Yep that's right


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    Ahh yeah boy
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    Ahh yeah boy
    Haha


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    What year was this???

    I just remembered a similar question to it
    Have u done any 15 markers? i'll trade mine
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    Hi guys, I'm doing Rivers, deserts, population and health.

    Does anyone have a link to the January 2013 paper? Or to the unofficial mark scheme? I've been looking for ages and can't seem to find it.


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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    What year was this???



    I just remembered a similar question to it
    Have u done any 15 markers? i'll trade mine
    It is water surplus right? I don't think this is a past exam question. Might be from a text book, etc.

    Edit: never mind, didn't look at the posts above...

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    What reclamation of coastal lowlands? The explanation isn't very clear
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    (Original post by Jaydude)
    It is water surplus right? I don't think this is a past exam question. Might be from a text book, etc.

    Edit: never mind, didn't look at the posts above...

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    (Original post by LucyQ)
    What reclamation of coastal lowlands? The explanation isn't very clear
    I think its Prevented development
    but I don't actually know, any ideas??
    (Original post by miz_mixy)
    Hi guys, I'm doing Rivers, deserts, population and health.

    Does anyone have a link to the January 2013 paper? Or to the unofficial mark scheme? I've been looking for ages and can't seem to find it.


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    (Original post by miss dentist)
    what 15 markers do you think will come up? questions that have never been asked before possibly?? (im doing population, health, coasts, rivers). I hate 15 markers for human, especially 'comment on' 'discuss' 'to what extent'

    (Original post by cyberphilic_9999)
    how do you guys remember everything??
    Answer what is reclamation of coastal lowlands??
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    Does DALY reefer to morbity or mortality?

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...0#post42422160
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    [QUOTE=Blueray2;42419562]I think its Prevented development
    but I don't actually know, any ideas??

    Don't worry I understand it now and it's a human activity that causes/intensifies flooding.
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    [QUOTE=LucyQ;42422134]
    (Original post by Blueray2)
    I think its Prevented development
    but I don't actually know, any ideas??

    Don't worry I understand it now and it's a human activity that causes/intensifies flooding.
    Are you sure? Where did you get that? (link?) I thought it was when you let it flood

    And btw

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...0#post42422160

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    (Original post by LucyQ)

    Are you sure? Where did you get that? (link?) I thought it was when you let it flood

    And btw

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...0#post42422160

    I found it in my revision guide, I think you are thinking of coastal realignment.
    Sorry have no idea about your question.
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    [QUOTE=LucyQ;42423288]
    (Original post by Blueray2)

    I found it in my revision guide, I think you are thinking of coastal realignment.
    Sorry have no idea about your question.
    Is it that cgp book? What page?
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    Hi guys,

    I'm an independent candidate and have been doing all my own work for this exam so I'm pretty damn nervous! My main concern is that I've seen a lot of case studies floating about that I have not covered. Although I suppose it's about quality of knowledge over quantity, and perhaps as I go over my notes I will have references to more places than I think!

    As I'm out of the classroom environment I would be interested to hear what your teachers are saying about the upcoming exam, what are they preparing you for and what do they feel is going to come up?

    One thing I would particularly like some help on are the two contrasting case studies on the energy issues topic. My study materials are a little scarce on this area and I would not feel confident answering a long question with the information I have.

    Thanks in advance.
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    (Original post by Whiskerella)
    Hi guys,

    I'm an independent candidate and have been doing all my own work for this exam so I'm pretty damn nervous! My main concern is that I've seen a lot of case studies floating about that I have not covered. Although I suppose it's about quality of knowledge over quantity, and perhaps as I go over my notes I will have references to more places than I think!

    As I'm out of the classroom environment I would be interested to hear what your teachers are saying about the upcoming exam, what are they preparing you for and what do they feel is going to come up?

    One thing I would particularly like some help on are the two contrasting case studies on the energy issues topic. My study materials are a little scarce on this area and I would not feel confident answering a long question with the information I have.

    Thanks in advance.
    They prepare us by just going over the content nothing more.
    Get the cgp textbook for the best case studies
    We are all nervous to be honest
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    [QUOTE=Blueray2;42423468]
    (Original post by LucyQ)

    Is it that cgp book? What page?
    yes page 28, although I hope it's not different as mine is about 3 years old.
 
 
 
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