Geography for Cambridge International AS & A Level Revision Guide
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Geography for Cambridge International AS & A Level Revision Guide

By David Davies
US$ 23.75
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Book Description

Build strong potential for the latest Cambridge assessments with this clear Revision Guide. It works alongside the Student Book to reinforce your students' knowledge and understanding, clarifying all the key concepts. The course is mapped to the latest Cambridge syllabus, for first examination in 2018.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • 1 Hydrology and fluvial geomorphology
    • 1.1 The drainage basin system
    • 1.2 Discharge relationships within drainage basins
    • 1.3 River channel processes and landforms
    • 1.4 The human impact
  • 2 Atmosphere and weather
    • 2.1 Diurnal energy budgets
    • 2.2 The global energy budget
    • 2.3 Weather processes and phenomena
    • 2.4 The human impact
  • 3 Rocks and weathering
    • 3.1 Plate tectonics
    • 3.2 Weathering
    • 3.3 Slope processes
    • 3.4 The human impact
  • 4 Population
    • 4.1 Natural increase as a component of population change
    • 4.2 Demographic transition
    • 4.3 Population–resource relationships
    • 4.4 The management of natural increase
  • 5 Migration
    • 5.1 Migration as a component of population change
    • 5.2 Internal migration (within a country)
    • 5.3 International migration
    • 5.4 A case study of international migration
  • 6 Settlement dynamics
    • 6.1 Changes in rural settlements
    • 6.2 Urban trends and issues of urbanisation
    • 6.3 The changing structure of urban settlements
    • 6.4 The management of urban settlements
  • 7 Tropical environments
    • 7.1 Tropical climates
    • 7.2 Landforms of tropical environments
    • 7.3 Humid tropical (rainforest) ecosystems and seasonally humid tropical(savanna) ecosystems
    • 7.4 Sustainable management of tropical environments
  • 8 Coastal environments
    • 8.1 Coastal processes
    • 8.2 Characteristics and formation of coastal landforms
    • 8.3 Coral reefs
    • 8.4 Sustainable management of coasts
  • 9 Hazardous environments
    • 9.1 Hazards resulting from tectonic processes
    • 9.2 Hazards resulting from mass movements
    • 9.3 Hazards resulting from atmospheric disturbances
    • 9.4 Sustainable management in hazardous environments
  • 10 Hot arid and semi-arid environments
    • 10.1 Hot arid and semi-arid climates
    • 10.2 Landforms of hot arid and semi-arid climates
    • 10.3 Soils and vegetation
    • 10.4 Sustainable management of hot arid and semi-arid environments
  • 11 Production, location and change
    • 11.1 Agricultural systems and foodproduction
    • 11.2 The management of agricultural change
    • 11.3 Manufacturing and relatedservice industry
    • 11.4 The management of change in manufacturing industry
  • 12 Environmental management
    • 12.1 Sustainable energy supplies
    • 12.2 The management of energy supply
    • 12.3 Environmental degradation
    • 12.4 The management of a degraded environment
  • 13 Global interdependence
    • 13.1 Trade flows and trading patterns
    • 13.2 International debt and international aid
    • 13.3 The development of international tourism
    • 13.4 The management of a tourist destination
  • 14 Economic transition
    • 14.1 National development
    • 14.2 The globalisation of economic activity
    • 14.3 Regional development within countries
    • 14.4 The management of regional development
  • Index
  • Back Cover
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