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    (Original post by Dazed.)
    Do you have lots of mini ones too? I seem to :/
    YES!!! I didn't want to put them down in case it confused people, but especially with energy there are loads of mini ones, like all of them for non-renewable also the conferences like Copenhagen/Kyoto :/


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    (Original post by homefind)
    Rivers = Flooding in MEDC + LEDC = Boscaslte and Bangladesh
    Hard Engineering = What they have done in Boscastle
    Soft Engineering = River Quaggy

    Coasts = Flooding = Towyn, Wales + Hurricane Katrina
    Coastal Erosion = Holderness
    Hard and Soft Engineering = what they did in holderness (hard) and Wallasea island

    Population = Pop + Pop policy = India, china, Mauritius
    Rural - Urban Characteristics = Rusholme, Manchester and South Lakeland.
    Urban/Suburbs/Urban-Rural Fringe/Rural = Preston
    Migration - Poland to UK
    Trans-Migration - Brazil
    Forced Migration - Canary Islands to Spain
    Youthful pop - Iran
    Ageing - UK

    Energy = Energy Mix of UK and China
    Azeri Pipeline
    BP Oil Spill
    Falkland Islands
    Russia/Ukraine Gas crisis
    Chernobyl and Three Miles disaster (Nuclear debate)

    Haven't learnt energy ones yet

    BOOM RECALLED ALL OF THEM



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    Damn, I've got mine as well, need to learn everything now
    (Original post by Dazed.)
    Do you have lots of mini ones too? I seem to :/
    Nope thats overkill.
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    Guys when i say 27 i included like BP and all those little things like energy mix in uk and how russia have gas and little things like that! Im stuck on the case study for population about trans migration and urban rural areas? They've asked the question for urban- rural areas like twice now.. do you think they will ask again :/

    I think they may ask about ageing and youthful pop or what country has used the method to decrease fertility rates or EVEN the malthus and other persons theory that pop is exceeding food supply?
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    (Original post by TeresaLuciaC)
    Guys when i say 27 i included like BP and all those little things like energy mix in uk and how russia have gas and little things like that! Im stuck on the case study for population about trans migration and urban rural areas? They've asked the question for urban- rural areas like twice now.. do you think they will ask again :/

    I think they may ask about ageing and youthful pop or what country has used the method to decrease fertility rates or EVEN the malthus and other persons theory that pop is exceeding food supply?
    Ageing population and birth control both came up in June 2012 if I remember my exam correctly?


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    (Original post by Natalie21)
    Ageing population and birth control both came up in June 2012 if I remember my exam correctly?


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    oh okay they will probably ask that in a 6 mark question maybe instead?
    Also for coasts i think they might ask about sand dunes because it hasnt come up before?
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    (Original post by TeresaLuciaC)
    Guys when i say 27 i included like BP and all those little things like energy mix in uk and how russia have gas and little things like that! Im stuck on the case study for population about trans migration and urban rural areas? They've asked the question for urban- rural areas like twice now.. do you think they will ask again :/

    I think they may ask about ageing and youthful pop or what country has used the method to decrease fertility rates or EVEN the malthus and other persons theory that pop is exceeding food supply?
    I'm really struggling with transmigration too! I can't remember whether we studied the USA-Mexico Border? Or Indonesia😰😰




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    I'm hoping the 15 marker for population is something like, explain how a country has been able to cope with a rapidly increasing population, or something to do with the DTM.

    Rivers I'm hoping it will be another compare and contrast how flooding has effected different parts of the world

    Coasts something to do with holderness? Soft/Hard strategies or sanddunes

    Energy, how important is geopolitics - you would have to use loads of energy case studies in this one


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    (Original post by ItsImran)
    I'm really struggling with transmigration too! I can't remember whether we studied the USA-Mexico Border? Or Indonesia😰😰




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    We did Brazil for transmigration - people moving from the rural areas like Acre and Para to Urban areas near the east coast like Rio and São Paulo.


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    In the population module what part of the spec does the migration stuff come under? I have stuff about Economic migration from Poland to UK and Environmental Migration from Rural Bangladesh to Urban but I cant seem to find where this stuff comes under.
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    (Original post by lucasluke)
    In the population module what part of the spec does the migration stuff come under? I have stuff about Economic migration from Poland to UK and Environmental Migration from Rural Bangladesh to Urban but I cant seem to find where this stuff comes under.
    Can't seem to find it but I think the spec is very brief, and that's why a couple of things don't seem to be in it but aqa want us to know it, as I am pretty sure it has come up before


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    what have people done for this? 'Case studies at national scale of two contrasting approaches to managing energy supply and demand.'


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    (Original post by TeresaLuciaC)
    oh okay they will probably ask that in a 6 mark question maybe instead?
    Also for coasts i think they might ask about sand dunes because it hasnt come up before?
    It has come up
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    It has come up
    As a 15 marker?


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    (Original post by homefind)
    As a 15 marker?


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    :lol: no they would never do a 15 marker on that alone.
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    (Original post by homefind)
    Can't seem to find it but I think the spec is very brief, and that's why a couple of things don't seem to be in it but aqa want us to know it, as I am pretty sure it has come up before


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    Ah right, what case studies have you done for migration?
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    :lol: no they would never do a 15 marker on that alone.
    I know haha, I would laugh so hard if a 15 marker came up on sand dunes, AQA would just be like TROLOLOLOLOOOLOLOLOLOLOOOLOLOOOO OL


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    (Original post by lucasluke)
    Ah right, what case studies have you done for migration?
    transmigration = brazil
    Poland-UK
    Canary Islands - spain (forced)
    How migration effects urban patterns - Preston


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    (Original post by homefind)
    I know haha, I would laugh so hard if a 15 marker came up on sand dunes, AQA would just be like TROLOLOLOLOOOLOLOLOLOLOOOLOLOOOO OL


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    That reminds me of the aqa twitter account hahahaha
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    That reminds me of the aqa twitter account hahahaha
    OMG that is an epic account, makes me laugh all the time!


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    (Original post by anwarpwnsall)
    I guess I'm the Only one doing rivers, coasts, population and energy:') but good luck to everyone!
    Nope, I'm doing energy too and it is a horrendous topic
 
 
 
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