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    I barely know any case studies, and am a little rusty on the theory.

    I'm doing Restless Earth, Rivers and Coasts; maybe we could have a little discussion now...
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    (Original post by aidanjt)
    I barely know any case studies, and am a little rusty on the theory.

    I'm doing Restless Earth, Rivers and Coasts; maybe we could have a little discussion now...
    Life saving: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9SS...P2OrjhVncJ_7QQ
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    (Original post by aidanjt)
    I barely know any case studies, and am a little rusty on the theory.

    I'm doing Restless Earth, Rivers and Coasts; maybe we could have a little discussion now...
    Do you do ccea?
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    (Original post by nataliawys)
    Do you do ccea?
    No, we do AQA
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    (Original post by aidanjt)
    I barely know any case studies, and am a little rusty on the theory.

    I'm doing Restless Earth, Rivers and Coasts; maybe we could have a little discussion now...
    I do restless earth & rivers
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    I do restless earth & rivers
    Yay! I used to hate restless earth but I get it more now
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    (Original post by aidanjt)
    Yay! I used to hate restless earth but I get it more now
    I think restless earth is my easiest physical topic, ice on the land is definitely the hardest for me
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    I think restless earth is my easiest physical topic, ice on the land is definitely the hardest for me
    Oo, I'm glad I don't do that one
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    same i do all 3 topics and i'm like freaking out cos i'm getting the case studies mixed up
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    (Original post by aidanjt)
    I barely know any case studies, and am a little rusty on the theory.

    I'm doing Restless Earth, Rivers and Coasts; maybe we could have a little discussion now...
    I do exactly the same as you. I'm panicking like hell because I only started revising the other day. Restless Earth and Rivers are my strong point but I'm struggling to remember facts for case studies
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    (Original post by elizaaaaaas)
    same i do all 3 topics and i'm like freaking out cos i'm getting the case studies mixed up
    Do you, or anyone else, know much about cliff collapse?
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    I do Restless Earth, Living World and Water on the land which is the most difficult as it is the most scientific.

    Currently overviewing Restless Earth which is EASY AF!
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    (Original post by Federerr)
    I do Restless Earth, Living World and Water on the land which is the most difficult as it is the most scientific.

    Currently overviewing Restless Earth which is EASY AF!
    In what way is WoL scientific?
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    I'm revising on the day of the exam...
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    (Original post by aidanjt)
    In what way is WoL scientific?
    It's not really scientific but it reminds me of science.

    You need to learn the formation of meanders, ox bow lakes, how waterfalls are created. There's lots of graph analysis in-terms on discharge and shite.

    Abrasion, Attrition, Solution and Hydraulic Action.

    It's something that you'd find in a science unit lol.
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    (Original post by aidanjt)
    Do you, or anyone else, know much about cliff collapse?
    The AQA specification states you only need to know a case study for cliff collapse but it's possible they'll ask you why it happens, in which case the reasons are:
    1). Easily eroded rock type
    2). Naturally narrow beaches face more erosion
    3). People can make the situation worse by building groynes which stop material being transported further down coast which leads to narrower beaches and more erosion.
    4). Powerful waves causing more erosion

    They could also ask about the impact on people's lives which depends on the case study. I'm doing Holderness in East Yorkshire so an example is farmers lose farmland which affects their livelihoods.
 
 
 
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