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Population Pyramids

A population pyramid is a bar graph that shows the gender and age of a population. It shows the differnce between genders and their ages. 204 more words

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Population Pyramids

A population pyramid shows the distribution of various age and sex groups in a particular city. When the population is growing, the graph forms the shape of a pyramid. 174 more words


Geography Review Volume 18 number 3 January 2005

  • Gentrification in Malta (pg. 2)
  • Poverty and tourism in Cambodia (pg. 34)

Geographical December 2006 ISBN: 770016741129… 68 more words

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What benefits does globalisation bring to our world?

Globalisation is the process that allows financial markets to operate internationally, as a result of deregulation and improved communications.

Globalisation is defined as the ‘growing economic interdependence of countries worldwide through the increasing volume and variety of cross-border transactions in goods and services, freer international capital flows, and more rapid and widespread diffusion of technology’. 708 more words


New book alert!

Kathy Burrell has just had a new book published with Palgrave MacMillan. Co-edited with Kathrin Horschelmann at Durham/Leipzig the books brings together a diverse range of chapters to consider different aspects of mobility during and after socialism in Eastern Europe and the (former) USSR. 150 more words


India power station risk analysis

Then nuclear power plants in India are not safe from the earthquakes because India is still converging with the Himalayas and the nuclear power plants are near that area. 134 more words

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Ocean currents in Indonesia

The red parts on the costs of Indonesia are fast ocean currents. These currents are in North Sumatra, West Kalimantan, West Sulawesi, North Maluku, and west Papua.  68 more words

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