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The first 5 case studies
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The first 5 case studies

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The five case studies offered by hte first unit - People and the Physical World

The five case studies offered by hte first unit - People and the Physical World

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  • 1. Challenge Board Case studies – UNIT 1 OCR ‘A’
  • 2. Category 1 Mt St Helens £100 £100 £100 £100 £100 £200 £200 £200 £200 £200 £300 £300 £300 £300 £300 £400 £400 £400 £400 £400 £500 £500 £500 £ 500 £500 Category 2 KOBE Category 3 Boscastle Category 4 Carlise Category 5 Bangladesh
  • 3. Question When did Mt St Helens erupt? Category 1 For £100
  • 4. Answer Back to Game 18 th May 1980
  • 5. Which plate subducts below the North American plate? Category 1 For £200 Question
  • 6. Answer Back to Game Juan de Fuca
  • 7. Question How many people were killed by Mt St Helens Category 1 For £300
  • 8. Answer Back to Game 61
  • 9. Question What was the direction of the blast ? Category 1 For £400
  • 10. Answer Back to Game NE
  • 11. Question What is a nuée ardente Category 1 For £500
  • 12. Answer Back to Game Gas, steam and dust
  • 13. Question Ho many people were killed in the Kobe Earthquake? Category 2 For £100
  • 14. Answer Back to Game 5500
  • 15. Question How many buildings were destroyed by the Kobe earthquake? Category 2 For £200
  • 16. Answer Back to Game 200 000
  • 17. Question Using the Richter scale how powerful was the Kobe earthquake? Category 2 For £300
  • 18. Answer Back to Game 7.2
  • 19. Question How much of the Hanshin expressway was damaged? Category 2 For £400
  • 20. Answer Back to Game 1km
  • 21. Question What is the name of the fault passing close to Kobe Category 2 For £500
  • 22. Answer Back to Game Nojima
  • 23. Question How much rain fell in two hours in Boscastle Category 3 For £100
  • 24. Answer Back to Game 60mm
  • 25. Question How many deaths and casualties? Category 3 For £200
  • 26. Answer Back to Game No deaths, one broken thumb
  • 27. Question How many cars were removed from the streets of Boscastle? Category 3 For £300
  • 28. Answer Back to Game 84
  • 29. Question How far from Plymouth and in which direction? Category 3 For £400
  • 30. Answer Back to Game 40 kms NW
  • 31. Question What is it estimated to have cost North Cornwall District Council? Category 3 For £500
  • 32. Answer Back to Game £2 million
  • 33. Question How much rain fell in the 36 hours prior to the flood? Category 4 For £100
  • 34. Answer Back to Game 220 mm
  • 35. Question Which flood defences were the first to be improved and how? Category 4 For £200
  • 36. Answer Back to Game Embankments were widened and heightened
  • 37. Question Name 3 areas affected by the flooding Category 4 For £300
  • 38. Answer Back to Game Warwick road, Botcherby, Willow Holme, Rosehill, Caldewgate, Hardwicke Circus, Civic centre
  • 39. Question Which three rivers flooded? Category 4 For £400
  • 40. Answer Back to Game River Eden, River Petteril [SPELLING!] and Rive Caldew
  • 41. Question Category 4 For £500 Which was the only public information service which remained during the floods?
  • 42. Answer Back to Game Radio Cumbria had its own generator
  • 43. Question How much land was flooded in 1998 Category 5 For £100
  • 44. Answer Back to Game 68%
  • 45. Question How many were made homeless in the 1998 floods? Category 5 For £200
  • 46. Answer Back to Game 25 million
  • 47. Question Name 3 diseases the dirty water bought Category 5 For £300
  • 48. Answer Back to Game Dysentry, Diarrhoea, Cholera
  • 49. Question Other than rainfall and high tides what other factors caused the flooding? Category 5 For £400
  • 50. Answer Back to Game Siltation, snow melt, deforestation and global warming [plus also building on flood plains?]
  • 51. Question Which three rivers rose? Category 5 For £500
  • 52. Answer Back to Game Brahmaputra, Meghna and Ganges
  • 53. Challenge Board Case studies – UNIT 1 OCR ‘A’ People and the Physical World Credits - Mark OLLIS St Bees School, Cumbria The ‘Aberant Bee’

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