Topic Eye A-Level Geography: Natural Hazards 2018/2019 edition (PDF)

Topic Eye A-Level Geography: Natural Hazards 2018/2019 edition (PDF)

978-1-911160-23-6
£30.00
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A 24-page e-magazine containing five topical, thought-provoking articles written to develop students’ analysis and evaluation skills, including Review notes and Response questions. There are accompanying Teacher Notes and PowerPoint-style slides.

Contents

• The Gorkha earthquake, Nepal 2015
Nepal is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to natural hazards. This article considers the causes and impacts of the Gorkha earthquake, some of its more unusual aspects and the crisis response.
• Forest fires in the USA
The causes of forest fires in the USA and why their impact is growing due to climate change.
• Hurricane Matthew – a ‘post-truth’ disaster?
Hurricane Matthew is the latest large storm to affect the Caribbean and eastern seaboard of the USA, but it is difficult to assess its true impact when there is an increasing distrust of information, whether disseminated by NGOs or politicians.
• Europe’s time bomb – the threat to Naples from Vesuvius
What danger does Mount Vesuvius present to the people of Naples and can the proposed management strategy to evacuate hundreds of thousands of people be successful?
• The 2016 Italian earthquakes – an evaluation
With its complex tectonic activity, Italy is one of the most exposed countries in Europe to earthquakes. What are the present and future risks?

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