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  • Biology Factsheet: 11. Ecological succession

    Biology Factsheet: 11. Ecological succession

    Succession can be defined as the change in the structure and species composition of a community over time. It is very often confused with zonation - the change in species composition over an area....

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  • Biology Factsheet: 14. Social and economic effects of changing population structure

    Biology Factsheet: 14. Social and economic effects of changing population structure

      The structure of most countries’ population has undergone massive changes this century. These changes have knock-on effects on many aspects of society, from the composition and cohesion ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 15. Social & economic geography of Mountains

    Geography Factsheet: 15. Social & economic geography of Mountains

    Mountains and highlands constitute 30% of the land area of the world but are difficult places in which to live; steep, unstable slopes,harsh climate, thin soils and low agricultural productivity make ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 12. Respiration

    Biology Factsheet: 12. Respiration

    Cellular respiration is the process by which the energy contained in organic molecules  is made available for all of the active processes within a cell.  The usual substrate (the organic sub...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 16. Age and diversity in sand dunes

    Geography Factsheet: 16. Age and diversity in sand dunes

      Sand dunes are diverse ecosystems, involving a complex interaction between plant communities and environmental conditions. Within the dune system, the communities identified are produced by th...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 17. Energy use in Developing Countries

    Geography Factsheet: 17. Energy use in Developing Countries

      Developing countries produce 43% of the world’s energy but account for only 29% of total energy consumption (Fig.1). However,energy consumption varies greatly between these countries. De...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 13. Genetic engineering

    Biology Factsheet: 13. Genetic engineering

    The sequence of nucleotide bases on a DNA molecule makes up the genetic code. Each triplet of three bases codes for a particular amino acid. Using this code, a cell can produce any one of the many pro...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 18. Weathering

    Geography Factsheet: 18. Weathering

      Weathering can be defined as the disintegration of rocks in situ. Three types of weathering occur - physical (mechanical), chemical and biological - but it is important to realise that the ove...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 14. Bioaccumulation and biomagnification

    Biology Factsheet: 14. Bioaccumulation and biomagnification

    Biodegradable substances are those which can be broken down by microbes into harmless compounds.  Conservative pollutants are unable to be broken down and will build up in the soil or marine envi...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 19. Residential land use

    Geography Factsheet: 19. Residential land use

      Where people live and the reasons for these patterns are some of the most fundamental questions facing the urban geographer. Social categories such as class and ethnicity are given a spatial d...

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