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  • Geography Factsheet: 104. Fresh Water Pollution  case study of the River Perry

    Geography Factsheet: 104. Fresh Water Pollution case study of the River Perry

      Water pollution has immediate social and economic consequences and, in some instances, can disrupt complex biogeochemical cycles. Contamination of water occurs in both the countryside (e.g. po...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 105. The crisis in British farming  causes, solutions and impacts

    Geography Factsheet: 105. The crisis in British farming causes, solutions and impacts

      Recently, a combination of circumstances has sent farm incomes plunging in the United Kingdom. As a result, farmers and growers are looking very hard at the way they do business...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 106. Anticyclones  a potential hazard?

    Geography Factsheet: 106. Anticyclones a potential hazard?

      An anti-cyclone is a large mass of subsiding air, which causes high pressure at the surface. Globally, high-pressure systems are concentrated at the two Poles and in the sub-tropical high-pres...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 107. The Geography of Call Centres

    Geography Factsheet: 107. The Geography of Call Centres

      By 2005 more people will work in call centres in the UK than in farming and teaching combined. This Factsheet describes and explains the current distribution of call centres at the global, in...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 108. Shanghai-Pudong  Economic miracle?

    Geography Factsheet: 108. Shanghai-Pudong Economic miracle?

      With the opening up of Pudong New Area, Shanghai looks set to regain its status as an international financial city, a position it held in the 1920s. Ten years ago the Pudong district of Shangh...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 109. Migration patterns within urban areas

    Geography Factsheet: 109. Migration patterns within urban areas

    This Factsheet describes the ways in which people move within cities and how these movements differ between MEDCs and LEDCs....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 110. Rural change  contrasting case studies in Brittany

    Geography Factsheet: 110. Rural change contrasting case studies in Brittany

      This Factsheet focuses on recent change in the rural landscape of Brittany. The case studies illustrate the main aspects of change in a variety of Breton rural areas....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 111 .Waste Management in cities  contrasting policies

    Geography Factsheet: 111 .Waste Management in cities contrasting policies

      The amount of waste produced by the global population is steadily increasing resulting in a continual problem over how and where to dispose of this waste. This Factsheet looks at the issues i...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 112. Can Ecotourism work?

    Geography Factsheet: 112. Can Ecotourism work?

      Tourism is now one of the world’s leading industries. In 1950 there were 25 million international tourists. By 1990 this figure had risen to 600 million and the whole business was worth ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 113. Regional inequalities

    Geography Factsheet: 113. Regional inequalities

      A regional inequality is an imbalance in the level of regional economic development between two or more regions. They occur when one region is better off than other parts of the country. Regio...

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