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GCSE OCR B Case Studies: Topic 4: Sustaining Ecosystems

Case Study resource packs – written specifically for the new OCR B GCSE Geography specification (J384).

Designed with an examination focus in mind. For each topic, ALL of the Case Studies required by the spec are covered, providing a detailed synopsis of the event, location or theme in question. 277 more words


'Spiritual Flavours': A Screening of Laura Cuch's Documentary Film

Photography by Ed Brookes.

For the last Landscape Surgery of Term 1, Surgeons were invited to a screening of the film ‘Spiritual Flavours’. As detailed on the film’s website ( 654 more words

Water Resources Engineer Interview

Tell us how did you end up in such an offbeat, unconventional and interesting career?

Mahima is a master’s student with a concentration in water resources management at the Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.  238 more words


Why shrinking glaciers could mean more volcanic eruptions

An interesting article from The Economist online

AT THE end of the last ice age, around 11,700 years ago, Earth’s climate began warming rapidly. As the planet heated up, its vast glaciers fell back.

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The Africa you won't see on TV - Video


The Africa you won’t see on TV – Video

DuAfricaTV –  Published on Jan 3, 2015

All pictures are owned by their respected owners. Please comment, share and lets us know which country you are from or would like to visit. 13 more words

Tourism / Entertainment

What If? Rejects #11.1: Moving an Island

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Q: What if everyone in Great Britain went to one of the coasts and started paddling? 735 more words

What If? Rejects

Big deal (2)

Now that Theresa May has signed an agreement with the EU and her Chancellor of the Exchequer (finance minister) Philip Hammond has said Britain can’t walk away from it without destroying whatever reputation it has left as a reliable negotiating partner, her populist ‘Brexit minister’ David Davis has had the nerve to dismiss the whole thing as a mere ‘statement of intent’ that can always be amended later (echoing Michael Gove’s earlier comments). 846 more words