depends if your more human or physical geography? you could do something about pollution - air or water, migration etc. I think the best way is to choose a geography topic from the spec that you enjoy/ like/ want to learn more about and go from there. To an extent, you can somehow relate the topic you choose from the spec to an area - unless you choose hot or cold environments!!
Thankyou so much for replying!! I think I’m a bit more of a human geographer, I saw in the spec something about national/local strategies in the area so I was thinking maybe something about comparing the ‘success’ of these strategies & what the local community thinks? Do you think that would be too difficult to create success criteria or measure things?
If you chose to do a coast you could see how effective the groynes are at reducing or stopping longshore drift in that sediment cell. I don't think national strategies are possible as I belive it has to be own research you can conduct and you couldn't do a national research project (not 100% sure about that tho so check, we haven't started thinking NEAs yet but it wont be long!)
Hope this helps
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