Geography Summer Revision 2013

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KS3 Geography Mind Map on Geography Summer Revision 2013, created by 10coppelc on 06/18/2013.

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1 Development: means a process of change for the better in a place the changes improve people's lives
1.1 The indicators of development are: 1. Life Expectancy means how long people can expect to live 2. Infant Mortability means getting new babies. 3. GDP per Capitale means it is divided by the population.
1.1.1 LEDC-Less Economical developed country: a high % of the population living in rural areas and surviving by farming. MEDC- More Economical developed country means they are the richer countries that they have more jobs.
1.2 Globalisation means the way companies and ideas, lifestyles are spreading more and more easily around the world.
1.2.1 TNC makes and sells goods in many countries (Trans National Company) Phone = Contact people easily anywhere in the world. Shipping container = You can easily transfer goods around the world cheaply.
2 A National Park is a large area protected by law for the benefit of everybody.
2.1 The causes of climate change are:1. Pollution means anything that spoils the environment such as harmful fumes from factories.
2.1.1 The Rhine is to be protected and recover are the only way to clean it up was to work together. The main threats to the ecosystem of Antarctica are: 1. Fishing in the Southern Ocean is controlled 2. Mining for minerals is banned for the foreseeable future. 3. Proposals for new projects must be carefully checked to make sure they won't harm the environment.
3 Positive impacts: 1. Bring money to the country. 2. Creates jobs. 3. Helps to improve understanding of different places. 4. Improve airports, roads and improve infersecution.
3.1 Problems in Bendiorm: 1. Seasonal unemployment. 2. Local cultures ruined. 3. Damaged to the environment. 3. Noise pollution. 4. Over use of water. 5. Overcrowded.
3.1.1 Growth in tourism: 1. Cheaper air travel. 2. TV Holiday Programmes. 3. Internet Problems in St Ive: 1. Seasonal employment. 2. Traffic congestion. 3. Tourist developments.
4 What the Earth's plates are? and what they are made of?
4.1 The Earth plates are made of rock and drift all over the globe. Earth plates are made of is called a dense called igneous rocks called basalt under the oceans and granite under the contients.
4.1.1 Name the four types of plate margin and explain what happens at each: 1. Collision (two contiental plates each together) 2. Destructive (oceanic plate subducts under water the contiental crust which folds up) 3. Constructive (two plates more apart which allows magma to emerge from the mantle) 4. Conservative (two plates sliding past each other) What causes earthquakes? How are they measured? Earthquake is caused by the movement of plates. It is meausred in the richter scale What were the main effects of the Los Angeles Earthquake? 1. The Los Angeles Earthquake killed 57 people and 8,700 people injured. 2. The Earthquake had a strong moment magnitude of 6.7Mw. 3. The Earthquake lasted for 10 or 20 seconds. 4. The Los Angeles Earhquake was on the 17th January 1994. What were the main effects of the Kashmir Eatrhquake? 1. The Kashmir Earthquake was on October 8th 2005. 2. It was a major earthquake centered in Pakistan administered Kashmir near the city Muzaffarabad. 3. The Earthquake had a strong moment magnitude of 7.6Mw. 4. The Kasmir Earthquake were dead about 100,000 dead people, 138,000 people were injured and 3.5 million people displaced.
5 What are the main features of the volcano?
5.1 The main features of the volcano are: 1. The Magma chamber, 2. Volcanic bombs. 3.Ash cloud. 4. Main vent 5. Lava flow 6. Crater 7. Secondary cone 8. Secondary vent.
5.1.1 Why do people continue to live in a danger zone? People continue to live in a danger zone because 1. There is a lot of fertile soil so they can grow crops and ship them off. 2. There are a lot of places where you can get Geothermal energy for heating. This is found in Volcanoes.

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