International Migration case studies include:
Turkey to Germany - At end of WW2 Germany used turkish workers to fill gaps in employment, however in times of depression many Germans resented 'their' jobs being filled by Turkish workers. Fall of Berlin wall resulted in cheap labour from East Germany flooding in diluting the need for the Turkisk workers.
Mexico to USA - pretty straight forward.
North Africa to France - former colonial links/rulership (some still exist) and same languages have led to a pretty consistent flow.
West Indies to UK - After WW2 in order to help boost the population there was an influx of people from the Carribean to Britain.
ocr peeps - do we need to know surface and subsurface structures of limestone and granite?
I'm doing OCR too for tomorrow. I'm not sure whether we have to learn about granite scenery or not as I cant remember doing it in class.
Also what case studies are there for weater phenomena? I've revised Los Angeles temperature inversion and thats it.
you sure? It came up in my mock and I used the temperature inversion of Los Angeles.
Ok. Do we have to learn characteristics of air mases over Britain in detail and formation of depressions?
Also when is lava more viscous?
ok cheers for the help. Probably do about a hour more revision tonight and a bit more tomorrow morning on case studies. I've got about 15 case studies to patch up my memory on and learn some of the important facts.
edexcel geog 2moro...cant remember which spec, but i did the applied skills paper. lol ive only learned a few case studies and they are mainly human, they tend to ask fewer physical case study questions
The more silica the lava has in it the more viscous it is, and the lava tends to b more viscous in the more violent volcanoes at destructive plate margins. hope that helps