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hello! i was wondering if anyone can help me with some ideas for my geography NEA/coursework i was thinking about doing an investigation that may link to the carbon cycle perhaps about carbon stores there is a woodland/forest we may stop at so i could do my investigation there however i am uncertain on what to measure or investigate that will make my investigation unique, any help is much appreciated
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I would refrain from carbon stores as it is all theoretical and not actually measuring anything. That’s me though, so it’s up to you. My NEA is on the urban microclimate in my area as that’s what interests me in the spec. Pick something you’re interested in as you will have to do lot of research and spend a lot of time on the topic. Maybe looking at example investigations will help? https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/geog...ment-resources
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the 'physical' aspect within contemporary urban environment is something i would say lies within my interest so maybe i can look into what i could investigate in that area but i was wondering how will you be measuring your investigation? if you dont mind me asking

(Original post by CuriousCat567)I would refrain from carbon stores as it is all theoretical and not actually measuring anything. That’s me though, so it’s up to you. My NEA is on the urban microclimate in my area as that’s what interests me in the spec. Pick something you’re interested in as you will have to do lot of research and spend a lot of time on the topic. Maybe looking at example investigations will help? https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/geog...ment-resources
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bruhhhhh idk what to do
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I did mine on lived experience from regeneration, around 4 people did the water cycle in woodland and forest areas and every single one's results turned out to disagree with their hypotheses so I would say be careful about the topic you pick as they struggled to find research and literature, alongside the fact their data was both anomalous and completely disproved everything they'd argued.
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