GCSE Geography (Instant Revision) by Nicholas Rowles

By Nicholas Rowles

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3) 13 Why can migration be described as a ‘selective process’? (3) 14 Why have many counties along the south coast of England seen a big increase in population in recent years? (2) 53 ANSWERS & TUTORIALS SCORE 1 There is no permanent or semi-permanent change of residence. (1) 2 Land is divided equally among children. Over a number of generations the small farms become uneconomic. (1) 3 There are fewer obstacles to a migrant over a short distance. (1) 4 The decline in population because of migration.

The rainforest is adapted to its climate. Trees have thick, leathery leaves to protect them against sunlight. The drip tips of the leaves shed water easily. The trees are tall and shallow rooted and have buttress roots for added support. ● Rainforests are the main source of tropical hardwoods. The forests are being cleared rapidly, causing a loss of habitat. This may contribute to global warming. Rainforests are also an important source of wealth for many LEDCs. g. southern Europe, central Chile, South Africa, south and west Australia, and the north island of New Zealand.

1) The British Isles lie on the Polar Front which separates cold polar air from warm tropical air. 3 The difference between the maximum and minimum average monthly temperatures. (1) The months of January and July are normally used. 4 The sun’s rays are less effective near the Poles, as they heat a larger area. (1) 5 The atmosphere gets less dense with increasing altitude, so it absorbs less radiated heat. (1) This is why snow can be found on Mount Kenya despite it being on the Equator. 6 A climate that is influenced greatly by the sea.

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