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  • Biology Factsheet: 15. The greenhouse effect

    Biology Factsheet: 15. The greenhouse effect

    Many people regard global warming or the greenhouse effect as the most serious environmental threat to our present way of life on earth....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 20. The role of vegetation in the hydrological cycle

    Geography Factsheet: 20. The role of vegetation in the hydrological cycle

      When precipitation lands on vegetation it is said to have been intercepted. Intercepted water may then evaporate and this represents interception loss. The rate of evaporation i...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 21. Assessing the evidence for periglaciation

    Geography Factsheet: 21. Assessing the evidence for periglaciation

      Periglacial areas are those which, although not actually glaciated, have been exposed to very cold conditions with intense frost action and the development of perennially frozen ground or perm...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 22. Brecon Beacons National Park - a Visitor Survey Case Study

    Geography Factsheet: 22. Brecon Beacons National Park - a Visitor Survey Case Study

      This Factsheet summarises the findings of a visitor survey carried out in 1994 in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Besides providing evidence to challenge one of the most prevalent assumption...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 23. The energy mix in India

    Geography Factsheet: 23. The energy mix in India

      India is one of the largest energy consuming countries in the developing world and energy consumption has increased steadily over the last 20 years...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 24. The causes of aridity

    Geography Factsheet: 24. The causes of aridity

      Aridity is basically a lack of water, so that an arid area is characterised by small amounts of precipitation, occurring infrequently, unreliably, and often in the form of heavy downpours. Con...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 25. Energy flow and nutrient cycling in Tropical Rainforests

    Geography Factsheet: 25. Energy flow and nutrient cycling in Tropical Rainforests

      Tropical Rain Forests (TRF) develop in areas which experience a combination of high rainfall and high temperatures with little monthly variation in average temperatures. For example, the minim...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 26. The Demographic Transition Model

    Geography Factsheet: 26. The Demographic Transition Model

      The Demographic Transition Model was first developed to describe the transition through which European countries had passed intheir progression from an agrarian to a modern society. Since then...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 27. International migration

    Geography Factsheet: 27. International migration

    Causes, patterns and consequences of international migration feature on almost all A-level Geography syllabuses. This Factsheet will summarise and illustrate the causes and consequences of such migrat...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 28. Desertification - Causes & Control

    Geography Factsheet: 28. Desertification - Causes & Control

    Desertification can be defined as the diminution or destruction of the biological potential of the land, often resulting in ‘desert’-like conditions. Many observers believe that desertific...

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