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does anyone have notes they could give me on ageing population and growing population?
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Not the best notes but yea these are what I use
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thank you so much!!!
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Not the best notes but yea these are what I use
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Does anyone have notes on migration too?
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Hey, in the revised higher do you only have to do either coastal OR glaciated upland conflicts? I was only taught Lulworth Cove (coastal).
Also is anyone else doing Newcastle as a developed world city and finding housing to be really confusing to do because I have no idea how I would do a problems with housing question with it
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you only have to do either coastal OR glaciated upland conflicts.

my teacher taught trossachs national park one of the conflicts was humans defecating in the water affecting water quality for Scottish water
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Yeah it is only glacial or costal. I’m doing the Dorset coast which includes Lulworth Cove but we learned like 3 or 4 conflicts not just Lulworth Cove
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Hey, in the revised higher do you only have to do either coastal OR glaciated upland conflicts? I was only taught Lulworth Cove (coastal).
Also is anyone else doing Newcastle as a developed world city and finding housing to be really confusing to do because I have no idea how I would do a problems with housing question with it
Thanks!
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What case studies did you do for it?
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Does anyone have notes on migration too?
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Some easy migration paths are Syria -> Lebanon and Poland -> UK. The course notes textbook covers them both fairly well.
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I did poland to scotland but i don’t have one for forced migration
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What case studies did you do for it?
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is the answer for the formation of a hanging valley basically just a u shaped valley but at the end you say something like;
Tributary valleys have smaller less powerful glaciers which result in less deep U-shaped valleys ‘hanging’ about the main valley.
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does anyone have good notes for forced migration from syria? my notes aren’t good so i taught myself a whole new case study of rwanda to tanzania but i still feel i should stick with what i was taught
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anyone have any predictions of what could come up? obviously i am still going to revise everything and i have but it would be nice to have some particular things to focus on as the course is quite vast. I think river formations will come up in physical as from what i have seen it hasn't come up for a while
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anyone have any predictions of what could come up? obviously i am still going to revise everything and i have but it would be nice to have some particular things to focus on as the course is quite vast. I think river formations will come up in physical as from what i have seen it hasn't come up for a while
river formations is new to the course this year, so i think it definitely will come up and is likely to be a waterfall or an oxbow lake
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I went through past papers from 2016 and wrote down what the questions were on then tried to see what they hadn’t asked but it was very rough so probably no where close but I’m studying hard on atmosphere, hydrosphere and population and then development and RBM cause it’s obviously going to come up
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anyone have any predictions of what could come up? obviously i am still going to revise everything and i have but it would be nice to have some particular things to focus on as the course is quite vast. I think river formations will come up in physical as from what i have seen it hasn't come up for a while
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river formations is new to the course this year, so i think it definitely will come up and is likely to be a waterfall or an oxbow lake
oxbow was in the nat5 last year so it most likely won't be that. (I hope lol)
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oxbow was in the nat5 last year so it most likely won't be that. (I hope lol)
nah it was meander in the nat 5 last year, and it’s also in the higher specimen this year so i’m confident meander won’t come up
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is the answer for the formation of a hanging valley basically just a u shaped valley but at the end you say something like;
Tributary valleys have smaller less powerful glaciers which result in less deep U-shaped valleys ‘hanging’ about the main valley.
yea that's exactly what we were taught. Like the glacier weighs less so there is less downwards erosion
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nah it was meander in the nat 5 last year, and it’s also in the higher specimen this year so i’m confident meander won’t come up
ohh right. Yeah I kinda hope it's either V-Shaped valley or waterfall because my oxbox notes are quite short compared to the others so I don't know how I'll get 6-8 marks worth. Maybe that's how it's meant to be tho idk
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ohh right. Yeah I kinda hope it's either V-Shaped valley or waterfall because my oxbox notes are quite short compared to the others so I don't know how I'll get 6-8 marks worth. Maybe that's how it's meant to be tho idk
i think an oxbow has more marks available actually, because i’m pretty sure u literally just explain a meander and then say that continual erosion and deposition results in the neck of the meander breaking/being cut, forming a new river channel. the new channel has fastest flowing water straight down the middle and so deposition is likely to occur on the outside, sealing off the oxbow from the main river channel
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i think an oxbow has more marks available actually, because i’m pretty sure u literally just explain a meander and then say that continual erosion and deposition results in the neck of the meander breaking/being cut, forming a new river channel. the new channel has fastest flowing water straight down the middle and so deposition is likely to occur on the outside, sealing off the oxbow from the main river channel
Oh yeah I didn't even think of mentioning a meander. thanksss
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Oh yeah I didn't even think of mentioning a meander. thanksss
no worries. that’s kind of just the same rule for a lot of features. explain another feature first. like for example to explain a ribbon lake it’s how a u shaped valley is formed then just mention melt water and terminal moraine
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