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  • Geography Factsheet: 78. Third world debt

    Geography Factsheet: 78. Third world debt

      In September 1999, the World Bank in Washington DC agreed to help 19 of the world’s poorest countries by writing off huge amounts of their debt. The first countries to benefit from the H...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 79. Human effect on nutrient cycles

    Geography Factsheet: 79. Human effect on nutrient cycles

      Humans have been interfering with the natural carbon cycle for thousands of years. However, up until 1850 anthropogenic (man-made) emissions of carbon dioxide were insignificant compared to th...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 80. Antarctica

    Geography Factsheet: 80. Antarctica

      Antarctica covers 14m km2 (about 1.5 times the size of the U.S.) and is composed of 98% ice and 2% rock. The average elevation is between 2000 and 4000 m and mountain ranges extend up to 5000m...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 81. Tourism in the south of France

    Geography Factsheet: 81. Tourism in the south of France

      Within this area it is possible to study several types of tourism and also to consider many of the problems and current issues that face the present-day tourist industry. This Factsheet focuse...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 82. Heathland and moorland ecology

    Geography Factsheet: 82. Heathland and moorland ecology

      Heaths can be defined as dwarf scrub plant communities with woody branching stems, and very small evergreen leaves, adapted to reduce water loss from transpiration, as the heaths cannot tolera...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 83. Storm hydrographs

    Geography Factsheet: 83. Storm hydrographs

      Exam questions on storm hydrographs are frequently set, as they let examiners test understanding of many aspects of hydrology.Candidates need to know how climate, rock type, vegetation, basin ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 84. Managing the river Ganges I: Water quantity

    Geography Factsheet: 84. Managing the river Ganges I: Water quantity

      Management of the River Ganges has been split into two Factsheets - the first of these summarises the general problems of managing the river and the challenges of providing adequate water supp...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 85. Managingthe river Ganges II: Water quality

    Geography Factsheet: 85. Managingthe river Ganges II: Water quality

      This Factsheet summarises the main problems faced with the water quality of the river ganges. Fig 1 shows the locations where some of the most serious water quality isuues occur....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 86. Globalisation of manufacturing

    Geography Factsheet: 86. Globalisation of manufacturing

      This Factsheet summarises the causes and effects of the globalisation of manufacturing. Globally, manufacturing output continues to increase and most manufacturing still occurs in industrialis...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 87. Spatial Geography of Crime

    Geography Factsheet: 87. Spatial Geography of Crime

    This Factsheet introduces the spatial distribution of crime – its incidence and type, the nature of offenders and victims. There are five major aspects: 1. Mapping crime patterns 2. Links betw...

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