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  • 1. What makes an excellent location map?<br />Land use quiz. For the following 10 images – list the main land-use.<br />For extra points, locate the place on your map.<br />
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  • 12. Introduction Maps<br />Your maps must:<br /><ul><li>Use two different types of map
  • 13. Ordnance survey, Google Earth, sketch map
  • 14. Show the location of the study site – where is Hengistbury Head?
  • 15. Describe the area in detail
  • 16. For example, existing sea defences, names of the landforms and processes (Headland, Spit, Mudeford Spit created by Longshore drift and used for…. ; The beach huts rent for £950 per week (source)
  • 17. Show where you collected your data
  • 18. Questionnaire, Land Use, Car Park Survey, Beach Profiles (at least 3 sites), Groyne placement
  • 19. Identify some key land uses
  • 20. Link to your introduction text
  • 21. You could (for extra marks)
  • 22. Include images within your map
  • 23. Provide some analysis of the importance of the land use
  • 24. Include secondary data – e.g. the importance of the a landform in stopping coastal flooding of Christchurch, cost of sea defences
  • 25. Start a bibliography of source information</li></ul>Aim for 5-6 detailed annotations per map and must be printed out.<br />
  • 26. Map 1: Ordnance Survey Map showing location details of Hengistbury Head<br />Key:<br />This area is already heavily defended with rock groyneswhich attempt to reduce the movement of beach material along the shore caused by longshore drift<br />Mudeford Spit has been created by longshoredrift and is a landform of depositino. It is mainly used for beach huts as seen in Photo A. The spit is important for tourism.<br />Photo A<br />

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