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  • Geography Factsheet: 251. Summer Flooding in the UK

    Geography Factsheet: 251. Summer Flooding in the UK

      In the UK, we tend to think of Winter floods (typically October – December) as the norm. These flood events are associated with aprogressive weather cycle, characterised by a series...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 252. Invasive species  the aliens are coming

    Geography Factsheet: 252. Invasive species the aliens are coming

      Invasive species have had an impact on native biota in almost every ecosystem type on earth, and have affected all major taxonomic groups. In economic terms, the costs of invasive (a...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 253. Superpowers

    Geography Factsheet: 253. Superpowers

      A superpower is a nation or group of nations that has a leading position in international politics. The concept of a superpower has developed to include economic, cultural, mili...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 254. Water in the American South West

    Geography Factsheet: 254. Water in the American South West

      South West USA Fours States make up the south western part of the USA(Fig. 1). The four states had a combined GDP of $2,300 billion in 2008 - the world’s 7th largest econo...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 255. Thunderstorms: a meteorological multiple hazard

    Geography Factsheet: 255. Thunderstorms: a meteorological multiple hazard

      Thunderstorms are a commonplace meteorological event worldwide. They form as a result of the rapid ascent of a humid airmass caused by relief, frontal activity, air convergence ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 256. North Sea Oil and Gas: Past Peak Production

    Geography Factsheet: 256. North Sea Oil and Gas: Past Peak Production

      The North Sea is one of the world’s most important non-OPEC oil and gas production areas. Significant oil and gas reserves were discovered in the 1970s, but it was not until th...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 257. Fishing and Fish Stocks in the North Sea  a resource crisis?

    Geography Factsheet: 257. Fishing and Fish Stocks in the North Sea a resource crisis?

      The North Sea covers some 650,000km2 (Fig. 1) and is bounded to the north by the edge of the continental shelf, to the east by continental Europe and to the west by the United Kingdo...

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  • Geo Factsheet: 258. The greening of the city  the cases of Chicago (USA) and Toronto ( Canada )

    Geo Factsheet: 258. The greening of the city the cases of Chicago (USA) and Toronto ( Canada )

    With reducing fossil fuel reserves and an increasing population it makessense that humans should live in cities. David Engwicht states “The cityis an invention for maximising exchange and minimi...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 001. Analysing Media Texts

    Media Studies Factsheet: 001. Analysing Media Texts

    This Factsheet summarises basic analysis skills and provides a framework for practical analysis. ...

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  • Media Studies Factsheet: 002. Media Language 1: The Moving Image

    Media Studies Factsheet: 002. Media Language 1: The Moving Image

    The aims of this Factsheet are:  • To identify the main aspects of moving image media language;  • To briefly discuss their use and to provide a vocabulary to assist in identifyi...

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