What are the 3 golden rules for 4 + 6 grid references?
What are the 4 different types of weathering?
What are the 5 different types of erosion?
---, ---, --- & --- constantly break down the rocks
What's another name for Freeze-thaw?
What is freeze-thaw weathering?
Where would you find freeze-thaw weathering?
What is exfoliation?
What is another name for exfoliation?
Where would you find exfoliation?
What is biological weathering?
What is chemical weathering? What is it caused by?
What factors make chemical weathering faster?
Where would you most likely find this type of weathering?
What is weathering? (a simple sentence)
What does 'IN SITU' mean?
Weathering and erosion work together. Weathering breaks up & _____ the surface of rocks in situ, while erosion wears away & _____ the loosened material.
The action of rivers, ___, ___ & ___ are the chief types of erosion
Bulldozers and lorries are examples of _____ erosion.
What do the bull dozers and lorries do according to human erosion?
_____ wears away the land, _____ moves the material from one place to another, and _____ builds up new land forms.
Name 4 points on how a river can erode the land into a 'V' shaped valley
What is another name for Corrasion?
What is corrasion?
What type of weathering is corrosion like?
What is corrosion?
What is Hydraulic Action?
_____ make use of Hydraulic Action
What is hydraulic pressure?
Define these words:
3) valley sides
4) V-shaped valley
6) river banks
7) river bed
'V'-shaped valleys are only found in the _____-course of a river
What is the highest waterfall, where is it and how tall is it?
Niagara Falls is located between _____ & _____
What's a plunge pool?
What is a gorge?
How long is the gorge of Niagara Falls?
How does a waterfall's gorge get longer?
What's a meander?
TRUE or FALSE:
You can find the fastest current of water in a river bend in shallow waters.
What are headlands?
what are bays?
Through what type of erosion do cracks in a rock by the sea form?
Complete the sentences:
-The sea attacks small cracks & opens them, and when the cracks get larger, it develops into a ___.
-When it wears away right through the headland, an ___ is formed.
-Further erosion causes it to collapse, leaving a ___.
-Undercutting occurs which makes it collapse as well, forming a ___.
How is a beach formed?
Write 3 steps using these key words:
What is a spit?
Name 4 methods to help reduce coastal erosion
What are sea walls?
What are 2 more names for Beach Rebuilding?
What is Beach replenishment?
What are groynes?
What's another name for rip-rap?
What is rip-rap?
What's a gabion?
What type of energy do wooden revetments absorb?
What is agriculture?
What are the 3 types of agriculture?
TRUE or FALSE:
Arable farming is basically growing crops.
Pastoral farming is basically where have grass for animals to graze.
Mixed farming is a mixture of both.
Name 2 physical factors on farmings, and 2 human factors.
What are the two different types of pastoral farming?
Why could you not keep cows on a hill sheep farm?
What's a subsidie?
Complete the sentences according to a hill-sheep farm:
-the soil is (good/poor)
-there is a (smooth/steep) hillside
-there's also (small/large) area of low land
-they grow food for (the sheep/humans) on the lower land
Give 2 advantages and 2 disadvantages for hedges
What is another word for 'work' (according to jobs and stuff, not cows...)?
There are many different types of industry, together they're called _____ _____.
What are the three main types of industry?
What is the primary industry? Give an example.
What is the secondary industry? Give an example.
What is another name for the secondary industry?
What is the tertiary industry? Give an example.
What's another name for this type of industry?
The proportion of people working in primary, secondary and tertiary industries is called the _____ _____.
Which industry was dominant around the 1900s?
Which industry was dominant in the 1800s?
Which industry is dominant nowadays?
Name the 6 things you have to consider when choosing a site to build a factory.
What does it mean by, "before building a factory, you need to find the best site"
Give the names of the materials, and how many tonnes of each, to make 1 tonne of steel
What type of industry is steel making?
"Toyota uses a ____-__-____ system of manufacture where components (car parts) are supplied to the assembly line just minutes before needed."
Industries in decline are called _____ industries.
Growing industries are called _____
What is a high-tech industry? What do they make?
What's the difference between a greenfield site and a brownfield site?
3 main areas in Britain according to high-tech industries and where they are
Give 2 advantages of science/business parks, and also 2 disadvantages.