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Form Six (A Level) Geography Geography A Level(Form Six)

GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – CLIMATOLOGY

CLIMATOLOGY CLIMATOLOGY WEATHER, CLIMATE AND NATURAL REGIONS Weather is the atmosphere condition of an area recorded within a short period of time which can be

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – 5.3 SUSTAINABLE USE OF FUEL AND POWER

5.3 SUSTAINABLE USE OF FUEL AND POWER Exploitation means the use of something in order to get an advantages from it Power mean rate at

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – SPACE DYNAMIC

Temperature Clouds RECORDING TEMPERATURE 1. The mean (or overage) daily temperature is obtained by adding the daily maximum and the daily minimum temperature and dividing

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 1.5 -STUDY OF SOIL

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 1.5 -STUDY OF SOIL 2.1 CONCEPT OF SOIL AND SOIL PROFILE Soil appears very complex and thus different scholars (soil scientists) have developed

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 1.4-WATER MASSES(5)

SIGNIFICANCE OF OCEANS TO HUMAN LIFE (Positive significance) i. Manufacture of drugs and other chemicals from marine organisms, Marine organism contain many biologically active compounds,

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 1.4-WATER MASSES(2)

1.3 WETLANDS AND SWAMPSSwamps: Is a body of stagnant water which occupies a shallow depression or flat low lying land and dominated by the plants.–They

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 1.4-WATER MASSES(3)

1.4 OCEANS AND SEASOCEAN: – -The body of salt water which cover 70.78% of the earth surface. – -Is the very wide area on the

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 1.4-WATER MASSES(1)

1.1 GROUND WATER: – -Some water lie on the surface as ponds and lakes and some return to the atmosphere as water vapour through evaporation

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 1.4-WATER MASSES(4)

OCEAN CURRENTS -The knowledge of major surface currents comes principally from compilation of mariner’s observation begun in 1840 by the American oceanographer, Mathew Fontanel Maury.

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – 5.9 TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION

means the movement of goods, people and services from once place to another place. Transport is an important aid to trade. 1.2.3.4.5.Types/forms of Transport a.

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – 5.10 RIVER BASIN DEVELOPMENT

3. Straightening and widening of the river channel so that it can accommodate more water.6. Creating some canals and installing the pipes that can help

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – 5.8 MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

Types of Economic Activities (Industries) The simplest form of industries concerned with extraction of raw materials to be supplied to the other industries. Examples are

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – 5.12 ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND CONSERVATION(1)

Environmental Pollution; . It is usually a substance that is present at a place wrongly, in wrong amount and at a wrong time. The factors

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – 5.12 ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND CONSERVATION(2)

LAND (SOIL) DEGRADATION; Land (soil) degradation refers to the deterioration of the quality of land (soil) through the loss of fertility, soil pollution, erosion and

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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL(FORM SIX) NOTES – REGIONAL FOCAL STUDIES – 5.7 ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY TOURISM

2.: Tourism leads to the earnings of foreign currency through the visitors who come. It also involves the expansion of the market for the local