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20 marks Assess the extent to which rising global temperatures may result in a positive feedback cycle of yet higher carbon content in the atmosphere.(20 marks) With reference to a river catchment that you have studied, assess the potential impact of human activity upon the drainage basin.
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(20) Assess the extent to which predicted climate change will present challenges for sustainable management of a local scale environment that you have studied. (20 marks) 026 ‘Sustainable approaches to coastal management will become more important than traditional approaches in dealing with the impacts of climate change.’ 20 marks To what extent do the advantages of globalisation outweigh the disadvantages?
 (or 25 marks under WJEC) Transnational corporations (TNCs) are the most significant factor in creating unequal flows of people and money within global systems.’ 20 marks.
A collection of seventeen essays to support revision & teaching of the new AQA Geography A level.
This download contains a collection of seventeen model answers as well as some shorter answer questions and support activities.
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