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Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
Water conflicts past papers
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  • 1. Water Conflicts: SAM2. Study Figure 2.(a) Suggest how water resources and human wellbeing might be affected by the data inFigure 2. (10)(b) Using named examples, assess the role of different players and decision makers in tryingto secure a sustainable ‘water future’. (15)
  • 2. Water Conflicts: January 20102 Study Figure 2.(a) Explain how physical and human factors have contributed to the variation in water scarcity shown. (10)(b) Using named examples, assess the contribution of large scale water managementprojects in increasing water security. (15)
  • 3. Water ConflictsJune 2010Water Conflicts2 Study Figure 2.(a) Explain how human interference in the water cycle can affect water availability. (10)(b) Using named examples, assess the potential for water supply to become a sourceof conflict. (15)
  • 4. Water Conflicts: January 2011Water Conflicts1 Study Figure 1.(a) Suggest possible consequences for people and the environment of the projectedchanges in water withdrawals. (10)(b) Using examples, assess the role of named players in securing water supplies.(15)
  • 5. Water Conflicts: June 2011Water Conflicts2 Study Figure 2. (a) Suggest reasons for the differences in water consumption for the countries shown.(10)(b) Using named examples, assess the impact of using trans-boundary water sourceson people and the environment. (15)
  • 6. Water Conflicts: January 2012Water Conflicts2 Study Figure 2.(a) Suggest reasons for the changes to water supply quality between 1990 and 2008. (10)(b) Evaluate the consequences, for different players, of an increasing gap between water supplyand demand. (15)
  • 7. Water Conflicts: January 2013Water Conflicts1 Study Figure 1. (a) Using Figure 1, explain the contribution that the players make to ensure safe andsecure water supplies for all. (10) (b) Using named examples, assess the extent to which conflict over water supplies isinevitable. (15)

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