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Collins A Level Geography – Landmark Geography Hazards and Responses Paperback – 20 Nov 2001
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Part of this trusted Collins A Level Geography Series for complete coverage of this topic for the A Level specification
From the Back Cover
'COLLINS A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY' Each of the 11 books in this
outstanding series examines a different aspect of A level Geography.
• is in full colour
• includes a wide range of high-quality diagrams, maps and photographs
• has clear, accessible text
• contains a variety of activities
• includes relevant and up-to-date case studies to provide context and depth to
major concepts and theories
• employs a range of scales and locations to discuss economically developed, developing and newly industrialised countries
• adopts a systems approach, with the emphasis on the relationship between people
and the environment
'HAZARDS AND RESPONSES', Victoria Bishop
This full- colour text is part of the Collins A Level Geography Series
• What is a hazard?
• Hazards and socio-economic systems
• Tectonic processes: Earthquakes
• Tectonic processes: Volcanoes and Tsunami
• Climatic processes
• Geomorphological processes
• Biological hazards
• Multiple hazards and planning for the future
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For those of you without previous knowledge, the book is not very detailed about how hurricanes, tsunamis or other natural disasters occur/formed so another book explaining this may have to be used in conjunction with this book. Otherwise, very student friendly.
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