Edexcel B Unit 3: Human Environment Case Study answers

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Human case study facts `test yourself' answers
Economic Change
China (MIC) ­ growth of the secondary sector
1. 50%, 66%
2. 50%
3. 33%
4. 66%
5. Raw materials
6. Fellow developing countries which act as good trading routes
7. 40p
8. Globalisation
9. 96%, increased.
10. 100, 280,000
11. 10%
12. Infrastructure
13. Laws
14. Air, visual and noise.
15. Nonrenewable. 75%
16. Lower
17. 16 out of 20 cities total
18. 780,000
19. 80%
20. 90%
Costs and benefits of rural deindustrialisation ­ Aberfan & Reading
1. 1966
2. 144, most were children and staff of a school.
3. Sand and gravel
4. 10
5. Madejski
6. Farming/agriculture
7. China clay
8. £1 bil.
Settlement Change
Oxfordshire ­ Greenfield and Brownfield sites
1. Greater Leys housing
2. Kassam Stadium/Oxford United Stadium
3. Ozone Leisure Park ­ has a Bowlplex bowling alley, Frankie & Benny's restaurant,
gym etc.
4. Oxford Science Park
5. Oxford Business Park ­ includes a David Lloyd leisure center, Audi car showroom
and MINI factory.

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Oxford Retail Park ­ includes a Tesco's, Next, Sports Direct etc.
Impacts of deindustrialisation ­ Teesside, NE England
1. Recession
2. A fall in steel demand and improvements in technology
3. 30,000. Fell to 5000.
4. Ship building
5. Train production
6. Teesport refinery, 1984.
7. 25%
8. £500 mil.
9. A technology center
10. Riverside Park
11. Hartlepool Marina ­ a leisure, retail and commercial complex.
12. A barrage
Impacts of rural depopulation ­ Isle of Lewis, Western Isles
1. 20th
2. 26,500
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Population Change
Distribution and density of population ­ UK as a whole
1. South East
2. Warm and temperate
3. North Sea oil
4. Coal and limestone
5. Mountains
6. Cold, chilly.
Pronatalist policy (encouragement of having children) ­ Romania
1. 1966
2. Death rates
3. Money
4. 30%
5. Family
6. Abort/have an abortion.
7. Contraception
8. Taxed
9. Divorce
10. Imprisonment/prison/prison sentence
11. Doubled. 1967.
12. The defence budget.
Antinatalist policy (disencouragement of having children) ­ China's one child policy
1. 1979
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Unspoilt
2. Trekking
3. Yes
4. Wealthier
5. More
6. 100,000
7. 10 years
8. 3
9. Deforestation
10. Tourism
11. Food
12. Cans, glass bottles etc.
13. Westerners
14. Sewage water from toilets
15. 200,000
16. Kerosene
17. Dig deeper toilet holes further away from rivers.
Impacts of tourism in a HIC ­ Lake District, NW England
1. M6
2. Honeypot site
3. Employment
4. 12 mil.
5. 60%
6. 1 in 6
7. Community spirit
8. Footpath
9. Souvenir shops
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