The area is estimated to have received more than 10% of its average yearly rainfall in two days alone. Rivers burst their banks, sending water coursing into nearby towns and cities.
Anatomy of an earthquake – Professor Iain Stewart
A brilliant in depth case study (more higher tier suitable but a good read for all!) on how Alpine resorts are coping with climate change.
A fantastic A level geography site on Antarctica covering many of our topics to improve our synopticity and get us ‘Thinking like geographers!”.
This is amazing, I could spend hours looking at this. You can switch between wind, sea surface temperature and ocean currents. Really helps you to understand how heat is re-distributed and moved around the planet.
A tropical storm heading along the US east coast could move across the Atlantic, threatening a dramatic break in the UK’s sizzling summer weather.
Advice and feedback on the recent GCSE end of year 10 exams.
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Half of the world’s population now lives in cities, and this proportion is set to rise to two-thirds by 2050. Yet cities are particularly vulnerable to the worst impacts of climate change precisely because their locations are fixed.
This exam is 2hours 30mins. You have to complete 3 questions, one from each section. You are advised to spend 1 hour on the 40m essay question in section C. You must answer all your questions on different topics. The topics you have studied are Plate Tectonics, Weather and Climate, World Cities and Development and […]
You must answer all the questions on the skills paper. It is 1 hour long and worth 30% of your overall AS mark (15% of A2). Please revise all components of your fieldwork project well. It is easy to prepare answers for this exam Q2 by completing all past questions. Q1 tests your skills and […]
Here you will find links to past papers on the AQA website. UNIT 1 is worth 70% of your AS grade. It is a 2 hour exam during which you will answer RIVERS, COLD ENVIRONMENTS, POPULATION and ENERGY. This gives you 30mins per question. You should try to spend 15 minutes answering the 15 mark […]
The internet has changed drastically since its birth 25 years ago. It is a key accelerant of globalisation connecting businesses and knowledge across the world.
A recent case study and how it fits within your syllabus (list of things to learn for the exams) for Water on The Land at GSCE and Rivers at AS level.
Treviglas returns to Iceland for the 2nd time!
Link to AQA for past GCSE papers.
Geography in the BBC news today….