TOPIC EYE A-Level Geography: Systems & Landscapes 2020/2021 edition (PDF)

TOPIC EYE A-Level Geography: Systems & Landscapes 2020/2021 edition (PDF)

978-1-911160-35-9
£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

• ‘Hothouse Earth’ and climate change
Garrett Nagle provides an update on current thinking regarding climate change and its management.
• Feedback mechanisms in coastal landscapes
Phil Banks examines the structure of geomorphological systems with particular reference to coastal landscape development.
• Glacier Bay, Alaska - a remote glacial landscape wilderness
David Redfern discovers one of the most spectacular glacial landscapes in the world.
• Amazonian carbon and water cycles
Garrett Nagle looks at the interconnections between the carbon and water cycles in the Amazon rainforest, where changes resulting from a variety of human activities are increasing pressures on both natural cycles.
• Coral reefs and climate change
Tim Bayliss considers how symbiotic relationships between oceans, climate and biodiversity are changing by focusing on the global importance of coral reefs, their vulnerabilities to climate change and other threats, and the imperative to ensure their protection.

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.