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EXAM TIPS
E ver
y year
, st
uden t
s make
commo n
mistakes
­ ma ke sure you
a r
en't
one of
t
he m!
Y ou
mu st
:
R ea d
through al
l
of
you r
River
s and Populat
ion
notes making sur
e you ar
e
famil
iar
wit
h t
he key
point
s i
n each t
op i
c
D o your
o wn r
ese ar
ch i
n t
o geographi
cal…read more

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Question 1
Thi
s quest
ion coul
d test
your
know l
edge and ski
l
ls
o n dat
a
presentat
ion,
anal
ysi
s and
int
erpret
a t
ion
fr
om
anyt
hing
that
w e
ha ve
don e
in
eit
her t
he River
s or
P opulat
ion
topics.…read more

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Compl
ete
the
fol
lowi
ng
tabl
e,
then
add
the
dat
a t
o t
he
graph
above:
Year
I
mmi
grat
ion Emi
grat
ion Net
Mi
grat
ion
2003 510
000 365
000
2004 590
000 245
000
(
8 mar
ks)
4) What
f
act
ors
coul
d have
lead
to
the
pat
ter
n you
see
on
the
graph?
(4
mar
ks)…read more

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What
i
s t
he
popul
ati
on densi
ty
of
Eali
ng?
Choose
from t
he opt
ions
bel
ow:
a.4 881
b.6 431 ______________________
(
1 mar
k)
c.7 623
6) Descr
ibe
and
tr
y t
o account
f
or
the
pat
ter
n shown
on
thi
s
map.…read more

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Calculate the peak flow: before urbanisation after urbanisation (2)
(ii) Determine the time lag in days: before urbanisation after urbanisation (2)
(iii) Describe the changes in the hydrograph that have resulted from urbanisation. (3)
(b) Suggest reasons to explain the changes you have noted in (a)(iii). (9)
(c) Explain how each of the following characteristics can influence the shape of a flood hydrograph.…read more

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Define the following terms:
(i) Cross sectional area (2) (ii) Wetted perimeter(2)
(iii) What does the term hydraulic radius measure?(2)
(iv) Using the formula CSA/WP calculate the hydraulic radius for Figure A. Show your workings. (2)
(b) (i) From figures A to C, what can be deduced about the increasing size of a river and its impact on the hydraulic
radius? Give examples to support your answer.…read more

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Describe the work of a river which flows at 10cm /second in terms of transport and deposition.
Transport of particles: Deposition of particles: (2)
(ii) What velocity is required to erode particles 10mm in size?(1)
(b) (i) Describe the relationship between river velocity and erosion. (3)
(ii) Suggest reasons to explain this relationship. (3)
(c) (i) Describe the relationship between river velocity and deposition. (3)
(ii) Suggest reasons for this relationship. (2)
Identify
the
features
labelled
A, B and
C.…read more

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Annotate the above figure to show the main features of a deltaic environment.…read more

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Mr A Gibson

Questions, answers, examples, techniques - it is all here. Read, learn, test yourself and mark your answers. A self contained study aid.

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