Geography: An Integrated Approach

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Nelson Thornes, 2000 - Social Science - 657 pages
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The bestselling A level text which contains advice from leading authorities in the field of geography research. Stimulate students with clear, in-depth material suitable for all A Level specifications, as well as being suitable for the Scottish Higher/Advanced Higher.
  

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Contents

Chapter
7
fact or fiction? 191
9
earthquakes
11
a constructive plate margin
16
a destructive plate margin
18
a collision plate margin
20
a conservative plate margin
21
the MetroCentre 433 Frameworks 56 London the Docklands Development Corporation LDDC 440 1 Using the Internet for study
22
Population 344
322
population densities at the national level
347
shifting cultivation 480
352
family planning
358
an ageing population
360
ruralurban migration 363
366
refugees
368
Turkish migrant workers
369

an area of declining volcanic activity
26
shanty settlements 443
31
Chapter 2
40
functional zones 444 3 A systems approach
45
a mudslide
49
Chapters
58
problems resulting from rapid 4 Quantitative techniques and statistical methods
59
river discharge
64
urban growth 447 of data interpretation
67
river processes
73
a waterfall
76
a river flood
80
a rejuvenated river
82
Chapter 4
102
evidence of climatic change
104
a housing success story 450 5 Mean median and mode
112
glacial landforms
115
glacial landforms
120
a glacial lake
123
Chapters
130
periglacial river regimes
136
Coasts 140
142
storm surges
148
coastal processes
150
barrier islands
156
precipitation and water supply 465 6 Sampling
159
a ria and a fjord
164
raised beaches
166
physical controls 7 Classification
167
Chapter?
178
climate
180
flash floods
188
Chapters
194
karst scenery
198
ozone
209
aspect
213
The Great Storm 16 October 1987
232
typhoon warning 1 May 1999
237
tropical storms
238
the monsoon climate
240
on farming 466 8 Measures of dispersion
246
Chapter 9
248
soil study in the field
270
a soil catena
276
land tenure 468 9 Geographic Information Systems GIS
277
a lithosere
289
secondary plant succession
293
farming 470 10 Scientific enquiry hypothesis testing
299
creating an ecosystem
302
Chapter 13
305
a multicultural society
372
multicultural societies
374
racial and religious harmony
375
overpopulation and underpopulation
377
Chapter 14
392
site situation morphology and functions
396
a village
399
evolution of settlement
400
Urbanisation
418
a concentric urban structure
421
a multiplenuclei urban structure
424
The CBD 430
425
13 Stereotypes
427
tropical commercial plantation 14 Values and attitudes
437
15 How reliable are statistics?
448
Chapter 16
462
intensive commercial Spearmans rank correlation and chisquared 635
487
Mediterranean farming
489
Chapter 17
516
irrigation 490 Decision Making Exercises 74 Southwest England organic farming 498 Whitlington Country Park 311
520
forest fires 521 Focus on key skills 78 North Wales slate quarrying
523
Energy resources
532
tin mining 523 Communication 101
544
Chapter 19
552
wood pulp and paper 562 Index eso 84 UK iron and steel
563
car assembly
565
hightech industries
566
industrial growth decline and regeneration
570
the informal sector
575
Intermediate Technology Development Group ITDG projects
577
a newly industrialised country
578
Chapter 20
586
a National Park
592
the lifecycle of a tourist area
594
a mountainous area under threat
595
ecotourism
598
Chapter 21
604
water transport
607
an ocean port
608
the Channel Tunnel rail link
609
Birmingham Northern Relief Road
611
Heathrow Airport
612
traffic
619
Chapter 22
630
women and development
633
child labour
634
coreperiphery
641
The concept of economic development 630 Criteria for measuring development
642
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David Waugh is Director of Primary PGCE at Durham University where he is also the subject leader for English. He has published extensively on Primary English. David was Regional Adviser for ITT for the National Strategies from 2008 to 2010.

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