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CoastliNE

A look at geographical features of the North East coast of Scotland, and the processes that create them. Also the issues of Forvie National Nature Reserve, Balmedie Country Park and the Aberdeen offshore windfarm development.

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Development and Health

Examine the factors which cause the divisions between the developing and developed worlds. Also find out about the major health issues of each, from cholera and malaria to cancer and heart disease.

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Environmental Hazards

Case studies of sudden events in nature, from the 2002 flash floods in Inverness to the 1997 volcanic eruption on the Caribbean Island of Montserrat. Study the Cause, Impact, Prediction and Action of each.
Please note that floods are no longer covered in the syllabus.

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European Environmental Inequalities

European rivers and coasts - case studies of the Rhine, Danube, Camargue and Costa Dorada. Focussing on the environmental pressures and the strategies to improve the areas in question.

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Global Population

Country fact files and migration case studies help make sense of population distribution, census collection, Population Pyramids and the Demographic Transition Model. Includes extensive exam style questions.

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Rivers

Learn about the hydrological cycle, river drainage basins and hydrographs in this resource for Intermediate Geography students.

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Upland Limestone

Explore the social and physical geography of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and learn about the impact and formation of upland limestone. Practise your mapwork or brush up your field drawing skills.

Class clips

Class Clips

Short video and audio clips edited from BBC programmes.

Authors Live

Authors Live

Famous writers appear at BBC Scotland, from Jacqueline Wilson to Charlie Higson.

The L.A.B

The L.A.B

Get creative with a free digital workshop at BBC Scotland.

Scotland's Food

Scotland's Food

Web clips exploring the world of food, with a Scottish flavour.

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