Notes on Water on the Land - AQA Geography GCSE

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Has anyone got any notes for this topic? I don't know if I should revise about drainage basins and tributaries and stuff about the features of rivers. I read the spec and it didn't include that but in the books and stuff my teacher gave me it does include it.....help anyone?
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For water on the land I have not done that, The main things i would look at are-
Water sirplus and defasit(unlikely)
factors effecting discharge(very likely)
rivers flooding in medc and ledc (cumbria and india)(likely)
dams(three gorges dam)(very likely)
ob bow lakes (very likely)
gorges(un likely)
flood plains(unlikely)
leeves(unlikely)
what is flooding (likely)
erosion(likely)
how a river carries its load(likely)
how a river changes down stream(likely)
hard and soft engineering strategies(unlikey)
hydrographs(very likely)
I think that this is all you need to know. Hope this helps.
Remember to revise everything they are just my predictions!
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For water on the land I have not done that, The main things i would look at are-
Water sirplus and defasit(unlikely)
factors effecting discharge(very likely)
rivers flooding in medc and ledc (cumbria and india)(likely)
dams(three gorges dam)(very likely)
ob bow lakes (very likely)
gorges(un likely)
flood plains(unlikely)
leeves(unlikely)
what is flooding (likely)
erosion(likely)
how a river carries its load(likely)
how a river changes down stream(likely)
hard and soft engineering strategies(unlikey)
hydrographs(very likely)
I think that this is all you need to know. Hope this helps.
Remember to revise everything they are just my predictions!
Ayyy thanks bro!
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Has anyone got any notes for this topic? I don't know if I should revise about drainage basins and tributaries and stuff about the features of rivers. I read the spec and it didn't include that but in the books and stuff my teacher gave me it does include it.....help anyone?
my teacher also taught us this, things like the hydrological cycle and drainage basin system, transportation and erosion, lower, middle and upper course and the river landofrms found there.
I'm still revising it because I think it is relevant
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my teacher also taught us this, things like the hydrological cycle and drainage basin system, transportation and erosion, lower, middle and upper course and the river landofrms found there.
I'm still revising it because I think it is relevant
Nice! I've now just finished revising Water on the Land. Time for Coastal zones.............SO BORING!
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Nice! I've now just finished revising Water on the Land. Time for Coastal zones.............SO BORING!
I know right. Imo human geography is far more interesting but i have to revise for two 2hr exams for monday
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