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What did everyone put for the tectonics 12 marker?
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What did everyone put for the tectonics 12 marker?
I mentioned the Hazard management cycle (response, recovery, mitigation) using Christchurch and Haiti for comparison. I also mentioned the PAR model (root causes, governance, infrastructure, location) I stated the type of (secondary) hazards but I don't think that was necessary :/
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I left out the four marker ugh. I said that factors affecting the effectiveness would be things like whether they used mitigative or adaptive strategies, as mitigative would be more effective. I said despite this, governance is the most significant factor affecting recovery due to the fact that governments choose strategies, implement them, decide what hazards impact they area and have the resources to protect people. I also said that some events are not predictable compared to others which would affect whether you were prepared or not....used relevant case studies. That paper was so hard I didn’t finish 😂 hope that helps x
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i wrote about development and vulnerability , governance and the location of the area. about how haiti relies on support from nations after the hazard but california mitigates and are prepared before the hazard
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Yeah I defo feel like that was what the question was asking. How did everyone find carbon/water?

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i wrote about development and vulnerability , governance and the location of the area. about how haiti relies on support from nations after the hazard but california mitigates and are prepared before the hazard
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https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5962296

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What did people write for the peatland and permafrost question in carbon ? permafrost was easier as i wrote about it being a tipping point etc but peatlands i guessed and talked about increased biomass production because of global warming but I think I am completely wrong
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This was the question I didn’t finish! Peat lands are waterlogged so bacteria can’t respite. If they dry out due to climatic warming, the bacteria can respire and release CO2 from breakdown of organic waste. Ugh pms I didn’t finish that one😂😂😂
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What did people write for the peatland and permafrost question in carbon ? permafrost was easier as i wrote about it being a tipping point etc but peatlands i guessed and talked about increased biomass production because of global warming but I think I am completely wrong
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