Agriculture Form 4 ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC Form 4 Agriculture Complete Summary Notes 9 – 10 Solutions for sustainable development

Solutions for sustainable development Appropriate technology   This means technology that is simple, cheap and suitable for use by local people. Typically the technology is

Agriculture Form 4 ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC Form 4 Agriculture Complete Summary Notes 8 – 9

  Soil erosion and salinisation   Soil erosion   This is a problem in parts of the UK that are very flat, such as East

Agriculture Form 4 ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC Form 4 Agriculture Complete Summary Notes 7 – 8

  Intensive subsistence farming     Rice growing in South East Asia                          

Agriculture Form 4 ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC Form 4 Agriculture Complete Summary Notes 6 – 7

    Danish pig farm Inputs     Fertiliser, seeds and animals for breeding.   Outputs     Cereals, sugar beet, dairy products and bacon.

Agriculture Form 4 ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC Form 4 Agriculture Complete Summary Notes 5 – 6

                An arable farm Inputs Warm climate with low rainfall, which mainly falls during the summer Warm summers

Agriculture Form 4 ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC Form 4 Agriculture Complete Summary Notes 4 – 5

Physical factors will determine which type of farming takes place in a particular area. Climate and relief are the dominant factors in determining which crops

Agriculture Form 4 ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC Form 4 Agriculture Complete Summary Notes 3 – 4

Water and drainage These inputs are naturally occurring, so farmers must work with the physical factors of their farm’s location. They can intervene in these

Agriculture Form 4 ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC Form 4 Agriculture Complete Summary Notes 2 – 3

Farms can be categorised according to what is being grown or reared, the size of the operation and the agricultural techniques being used.   Farming

Agriculture Agriculture Form 4 Agriculture Notes ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC Form 4 Agriculture Complete Summary Notes 1 – 2

Agriculture, or farming, is a primary industry. Farmers cultivate crops and rear animals to produce food and other products. Agriculture is affected by many of

ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC O LEVEL GEOGRAPHY FORM 4 – Agriculture

Agriculture, or farming, is a primary industry. Farmers cultivate crops and rear animals to produce food and other products. Agriculture is affected by many of

ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC O LEVEL GEOGRAPHY FORM 4 – Drainage Basin

Drainage Basin       Processes of erosion and transportantion in a river     Attrition – material is moved along the river bed. It

ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC O LEVEL GEOGRAPHY FORM 4 – Earthquakes

Earthquakes   Earthquakes are caused by the release of built-up pressure inside the Earth’s crust. An earthquake’s power is measured on the Richter Scale using

ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC O LEVEL GEOGRAPHY FORM 4 – Ecosystems

Ecosystems       Ecosystems can be small-scale, covering a small area (such as a pond) or large-scale covering a large area (such as a

ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC O LEVEL GEOGRAPHY FORM 4 – The Seven Elements of Weather

The Seven Elements of Weather   Element Instrument SI Unit 1 Temperature Six’s Thermometer Max and Min thermometer (o c ) Degrees Celcius 2 Rainfall

ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC O LEVEL GEOGRAPHY FORM 4 – Industry

Industry   All industries can be thought of as a system of inputs, processes, outputs and feedback. Industry as a system System diagram for industrial

ECOLEBOOKS ZIMSEC O LEVEL NOTES

ZIMSEC O LEVEL GEOGRAPHY FORM 4 – Map Work

  Map Work How do you draw and label sketch maps?     What is a sketch map?   When drawn, a sketch map allows