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Revision big ideas

  1. 1. Geog Elective Cheat Sheet 2193/02 See how everything is related to each other so that you can save time when revising
  2. 2. 1) Rivers and Coast It's all about ENERGY! Energy > Processes > Landforms
  3. 3. Energy > Processes > Landforms Rivers
  4. 4. Energy > Processes > Landforms Rivers determined byVolume & Speed
  5. 5. Energy > Processes > Landforms Rivers determined byVolume & Speed HighVol + High speed = High Energy
  6. 6. Energy > Processes > Landforms Rivers determined byVolume & Speed HighVol + High speed = High Energy Erosion + Transportation leads to
  7. 7. Energy > Processes > Landforms Rivers determined byVolume & Speed HighVol + High speed = High Energy Erosion + Transportation leads to Waterfall Valleys Gorges which creates
  8. 8. Energy > Processes > Landforms Rivers determined byVolume & Speed HighVol + High speed = High Energy Erosion + Transportation leads to Waterfall Valleys Gorges which creates LowVol + Low speed = LowEnergy
  9. 9. Energy > Processes > Landforms Rivers determined byVolume & Speed HighVol + High speed = High Energy Erosion + Transportation leads to Waterfall Valleys Gorges which creates LowVol + Low speed = LowEnergy Depositionleads to
  10. 10. Energy > Processes > Landforms Rivers determined byVolume & Speed HighVol + High speed = High Energy Erosion + Transportation leads to Waterfall Valleys Gorges which creates LowVol + Low speed = LowEnergy Depositionleads to Floodplains Levees Deltas which creates
  11. 11. Energy > Processes > Landforms Coast
  12. 12. Energy > Processes > Landforms Coast Wave energy determined by Wind energy (fetch etc.)
  13. 13. Energy > Processes > Landforms Coast Wave energy determined by Wind energy (fetch etc.) Stronger winds (due to higher fetch etc.) = high energy
  14. 14. Energy > Processes > Landforms Coast Wave energy determined by Wind energy (fetch etc.) Stronger winds (due to higher fetch etc.) = high energy Erosion + Transportation leads to
  15. 15. Energy > Processes > Landforms Coast Wave energy determined by Wind energy (fetch etc.) Stronger winds (due to higher fetch etc.) = high energy Erosion + Transportation leads to Cliff (notch, sea cave) shore platform Headlands and Bays which creates
  16. 16. Energy > Processes > Landforms Coast Wave energy determined by Wind energy (fetch etc.) Stronger winds (due to higher fetch etc.) = high energy Erosion + Transportation leads to Cliff (notch, sea cave) shore platform Headlands and Bays which creates weaker winds (due to higher fetch etc.) = high energy
  17. 17. Energy > Processes > Landforms Coast Wave energy determined by Wind energy (fetch etc.) Stronger winds (due to higher fetch etc.) = high energy Erosion + Transportation leads to Cliff (notch, sea cave) shore platform Headlands and Bays which creates weaker winds (due to higher fetch etc.) = high energy Depositionleads to
  18. 18. Energy > Processes > Landforms Coast Wave energy determined by Wind energy (fetch etc.) Stronger winds (due to higher fetch etc.) = high energy Erosion + Transportation leads to Cliff (notch, sea cave) shore platform Headlands and Bays which creates weaker winds (due to higher fetch etc.) = high energy Depositionleads to Spits, Tombolos Beaches which creates
  19. 19. 1) Rivers and Coast It's all about ENERGY! Energy > Processes > Landforms 2nd part : How do we manage these?
  20. 20. 1) Rivers and Coast It's all about ENERGY! Energy > Processes > Landforms 2nd part : How do we manage these? = reduce erosion OR reduce flooding
  21. 21. Factor > HEE > QOL & SOL Development
  22. 22. Factor > HEE > QOL & SOL Development eg: Programme
  23. 23. Factor > HEE > QOL & SOL Development eg: Programme Improves income (Economic) leads to
  24. 24. Factor > HEE > QOL & SOL Development eg: Programme Improves income (Economic) leads to Able to afford better living conditions, thus improve SOL.Able to afford better things and be more satisfied, thus higher QOL. leads to
  25. 25. 5 Causes > HEE > QOL & SOL Development
  26. 26. 5 Causes > HEE > QOL & SOL Development P E P S Hi
  27. 27. 5 Causes > HEE > QOL & SOL Development P E P S Hi Health, Economic, Education affects
  28. 28. 5 Causes > HEE > QOL & SOL Development P E P S Hi Health, Economic, Education affects Able to a...better living conditions, thus improve SOL. Able to .....be more satisfied, thus higher QOL. leads to
  29. 29. Strategies > HEE > QOL & SOL Development
  30. 30. Strategies > HEE > QOL & SOL Development World Bank ADB SG case Philippine Case India's case
  31. 31. Strategies > HEE > QOL & SOL Development World Bank ADB SG case Philippine Case India's case Health, Economic, Education raises
  32. 32. Strategies > HEE > QOL & SOL Development World Bank ADB SG case Philippine Case India's case Health, Economic, Education raises Able to a...better living conditions, thus improve SOL. Able to .....be more satisfied, thus higher QOL. leads to
  33. 33. Any factor > ASA > Consume more? Consume less? Food - 1st part
  34. 34. Any factor > ASA > Consume more? Consume less? Food - 1st part Affordability Stability of Food Supply Accessibility improves
  35. 35. Any factor > ASA > Consume more? Consume less? Food - 1st part Affordability Stability of Food Supply Accessibility improves ,..more food available and thus able to consume more food. leads to
  36. 36. Reduce uneven food consumption > ASA > Consume more? Consume less? Food - 1st part
  37. 37. Reduce uneven food consumption > ASA > Consume more? Consume less? Food - 1st part Food Subsidies Stock piling World Food Programe
  38. 38. Reduce uneven food consumption > ASA > Consume more? Consume less? Food - 1st part Affordability Stability of Food Supply Accessibility To improve Food Subsidies Stock piling World Food Programe
  39. 39. Reduce uneven food consumption > ASA > Consume more? Consume less? Food - 1st part Affordability Stability of Food Supply Accessibility To improve ,..more food available and thus able to consume more food. leads to Food Subsidies Stock piling World Food Programe
  40. 40. Poly Technic Stops Physical Education > ???? > Food Productivity Food - 2nd part
  41. 41. Poly Technic Stops Physical Education > ???? > Food Productivity Food - 2nd part Political Technology Social Physical Economic
  42. 42. Poly Technic Stops Physical Education > ???? > Food Productivity Food - 2nd part Less Damage? MoreYield? Less Manpower required? To improve Political Technology Social Physical Economic
  43. 43. Poly Technic Stops Physical Education > ???? > Food Productivity Food - 2nd part Less Damage? MoreYield? Less Manpower required? To improve labour per unit area? output per unit area? leads to Political Technology Social Physical Economic
  44. 44. Why LDCs produce more non-staples Problems with intensification GM Food (advantages and disadvantages) Green Revolution + Blue Revolution Food - Others
  45. 45. Describe 1) general (2) evidence to support general (3) Anomaly (4) evidence to support anomaly Explain / Suggest reasons / Account Step by step. Compare Use comparative adjectives or conjunctions Map reading Contour lines, 4 fig grid reference, eastings, northings etc. Skills

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