Natural Hazards Geography: Part 1 Tectonic Public

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Welcome to our Study Guide on Natural Hazards, the ideal way to learn and prepare for your Geography test. The Courses covers the area of tectonic hazards, and natural hazards. It features features diagrams and images to aid understanding. Climate hazards are covered in a subsequent Course

Module Information

Our Course begins with an introduction to Plate Tetonic Theory - a significant theory as it explains the movement of continents, which is no small thing! Learn about the theory and the types of earth crust in this GoConqr slide deck.
There are three types of plate margins; converging (destructive), diverging (constructive), and transverse (conservative). As this note explains the different plate margins bring different local effects and hazards, some being larger than others
Are you becoming an expert on Plate Tectonic Theory? Time to take a quick quiz to see what you know on the material presented to date. Aim for 100%!
Strap yourself in, this Course is about to blow! Everything you need to know about volcanoes is covered in this slide set; What is a volcano? Where do volcanoes occur? Positives and negatives of volcanoes, types and examples of volcanic landform
This note explores the effects that natural hazards have on the immediate environment and human players. The impacts can be huge, but there are mitigation's that can be taken to minimise impact, as explored in this GCSE revision note.
A chance to brush up on some of the main terms relating to Natural Hazards. This Natural Hazard flashcard set presents the key concepts on one side with a definitive description on the other. How many do you know?
Quiz time! This 20 question quiz will test your knowledge of the Course that you have just taken. It's an ideal way to gauge your level of knowledge on the topic and will help your revision for the GCSE Geography exams. Good luck!