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what do you need to know for a level geog case studies? i’ve never done them before and my teacher didn’t outline what we needed to know.
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I know for physical we try to have a range of case studies in different places so some from LIDC'S some from EDC'S some from AC'S. For tectonics I had three. Northridge 1994 earthquake, usa,
Haiti 2010 earthquake, and one in Japan
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I know for physical we try to have a range of case studies in different places so some from LIDC'S some from EDC'S some from AC'S. For tectonics I had three. Northridge 1994 earthquake, usa,
Haiti 2010 earthquake, and one in Japan
i know we have to have like specific ones for each but like do you know what we need to include like e.g for mount nyiragongo eruption: deaths, impacts, location but what idk else
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i know we have to have like specific ones for each but like do you know what we need to include like e.g for mount nyiragongo eruption: deaths, impacts, location but what idk else
I would organize them into stuff like events, impacts, response, management
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I would organize them into stuff like events, impacts, response, management
Yes that's a good way to categorise. Also try and remember some statistics / names of organisations / NGO's to put in an essay to make your response more credible.
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Yes that's a good way to categorise. Also try and remember some statistics / names of organisations / NGO's to put in an essay to make your response more credible.
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I would organize them into stuff like events, impacts, response, management
thanks guys!!! you’ve helped a ton )))
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