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Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
Sec 1 NA - River & People
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Sec 1 NA - River & People

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  • 1. Rivers & People Workbook Pg 89 to 92
  • 2. How do rivers affect people?
    • Source of drinking water & food
  • 3. Mean of transport
  • 4.  
  • 5. Hydroelectric power
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8. How do rivers affect people?
    • Fertile soil for farming
    • Deltas contain nutrients for growing crops
  • 9. Water supply for farming
  • 10.  
  • 11.  
  • 12. Recreation & tourism
  • 13.  
  • 14.  
  • 15. Water supply for industry
    • Cooling machines
    • Washing of machines
  • 16. How do rivers affect people?
    • Negative (Floods)
      • Loss of lives and property
      • Loss of soil fertility
      • Decrease of fish supply
      • Loss of land for farming
  • 17.  
  • 18.  
  • 19. Soil erosion
  • 20.  
  • 21. Natural Barrier
  • 22.  
  • 23.  
  • 24. Case Study: River Nile
  • 25. Benefits of River Nile (TB pg 55)
    • Fertile land for farming
    • Source of food
    • Means of transport
    • Source of drinking water
    • Hydroelectric power (Aswan Dam)
  • 26. Negative Impact (TB pg 56)
    • Flooding
      • Spread of diseases
      • Relocation of homes & farmland
    • Lost of lives & properties
      • Destruction of farmlands & houses
    • Dam prevent nutrients to flow down the river (infertile soil)

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