A-Level Geography: Course Overview

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A simple mind map showing everything covered on the A-Level Sociology course. The notes on every node contain more detailed points. Credit to: www.s-cool.co.uk/

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A-Level Geography: Course Overview
1 Agriculture

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  • Introduction to Agriculture Factors that affect the distribution of Agriculture Agricultural land use Changes in Agricultural Impact of Agriculture on the physical environment
2 Coastal Processes

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  • Coastal Deposition Features of Coastal Erosion Coastal Erosion Processes Beach Terminology Wave processes Coastal transportation
3 Deltas, Estuaries and changes to Coastal Areas

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  • Deltas and Estuaries Sea level change Human influences at the coast
4 Ecosystems

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  • Ecosystem Processes Food webs and ecosystem interactions Ecosystem productivity Succession in ecosystems Types of succession The Tropical Rainforest Managing the Tropical Rainforest
5 Environmental Hazards

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  • Causes and Effects of Global Warming Solutions to global warming Acid rain Ozone depletion
6 Introduction to Weather and Climate

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  • The Basics Heating of the Atmosphere Energy transfers and insolation Atmospheric circulation and motion
7 Urban Profiles

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  • Urbanisation Urban Models Central place and Bid-rent theories Models from Burgess and Hoyt Models for the developing world Problems and solutions: more developed countries Developed country: Bristol's urban re-generation Problems and solutions: less developed countries Urban rural interdependence
8 Weather Conditions

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  • United Kingdom Weather and Climate Types of monsoons Other types of winds Atmospheric moisture and precipitation Dew, frost and fog Lapse rates and microclimate
9 World Development

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  • Measuring Differences in Development Global inequalities Successes in the developing world Reducing inequalities
10 Natural Hazards

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  • Earth's Structure Natural hazards Tectonic processes Plates and plate movement Earthquakes Formation of volcanoes Volcanic hazards Tropical cyclones Mass movements Managing hazards
11 Population

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  • Population Statistics and Distribution Population change via natural change Population change via migration Migration case studies Population characteristics Population growth Population models
12 River Processes and Management

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  • River Processes River channel landforms The graded river and base level River flooding and management
13 River Profiles

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  • The Hydrological Cycle Drainage basins Storm hydrographs and river discharge The water balance Channels The long profile
14 Soils

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  • Introduction to Soils and Soil Formation Soil profiles Soil structure, formation and type Human impact on soils
15 Tourism

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  • Growth in Tourism Impact of tourism Case Study: Goa Case Study: Zimbabwe Case Study: Bristol Case Study: Snowdonia

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