TOPIC EYE A-Level Geography: Natural Hazards 2020/2021 edition (PDF)

TOPIC EYE A-Level Geography: Natural Hazards 2020/2021 edition (PDF)

978-1-911160-34-2
£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

• Crisis in Indonesia, 2018 - a series of tectonic events
Phil Banks examines the nature of a range of tectonic events and associated hazards using examples that affected parts of the Indonesian archipelago in 2018.
• Tropical storms and climate change
Phil Banks looks at the extent of human-induced climate change and considers the evidence that suggests a link to the severity and frequency of tropical storms.
•  Megacities and the risk of earthquakes
David Redfern studies the relationship between the location of some of the world’s megacities and the occurrence of earthquakes, specifically considering the risks posed for the people living in two of them - Mexico City and Tokyo.
• The threat from Iceland’s volcanoes
Tim Bayliss examines how the eruptive history, contemporary activity and predictive uncertainties of Iceland’s volcanoes maintain a small island nation’s global significance.
• The value of models in hazard response evaluation
Tim Bayliss explains how geographical modelling can be used to simplify our understanding of hazards and disasters, and to assist practitioners in making appropriate decisions in their preparation and management.

The TOPIC EYE A-Level Geography 2020/2021 and 2018/19 series are only available in PDF format. A download link is provided by email, so please remember to provide your email address when ordering.