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What 15 markers are likely to come up this year on rivers, cold environs, population, and food supply? Cheers guys, have a feeling I left it too late to revise this year
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Hey there, I'm just going to move this to the geography forum for you, you might be able to get some more responses there. Good luck!
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What 15 markers are likely to come up this year on rivers, cold environs, population, and food supply? Cheers guys, have a feeling I left it too late to revise this year
Theres quite a lot what could come up for each one, with population make sure you know your case studies though as they almost always say to refer to them. With cold environments make sure you know fluvioglacial and Periglacial processes as well as your case study mine is Antarctica
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I have heard from my teachers that youthful populations hasn't been examined on the new spec at all so this is very likely to be on the exam whether it's 15 marks or not we will have to see. Best of luck though
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I have heard from my teachers that youthful populations hasn't been examined on the new spec at all so this is very likely to be on the exam whether it's 15 marks or not we will have to see. Best of luck though
Yeah that has been my tip aswell, well either ageing or youthful populations. But I think it will be generic this year asking about the DTM or how vital rates change overtime
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Theres quite a lot what could come up for each one, with population make sure you know your case studies though as they almost always say to refer to them. With cold environments make sure you know fluvioglacial and Periglacial processes as well as your case study mine is Antarctica
Antartica has come up a lot though. I think it could be the indigenous tribe i.e. the Vuntut Gwitchin tribe
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So my main revision focus should be on Youthful populations, ageing populations and the DTM? Not too fussed about physical geography, but I kinda suck at everything else haha
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