This text looks at the world of water, outlining the physical processes and the way human activity can affect them. It covers concepts in river and coastal systems and explores management issues such as water shortage and flooding.
The series "Hodder Geography" offers a fully integrated course for KS3, meeting the revised National Curriculum requirements. Each book tackles a key theme using a range of scales and locations ensuring balanced coverage of the UK, Europe and World dimensions. The activities have been specially designed to enable pupils to demonstrate progress in their knowledge, understanding and skills, as well as achievement at different levels. They also provide opportunities for pupils to explore and develop their own values to people, places and the environment. Integration between the books provides a firm foundation in the key geographical skills and offers comprehensive coverage of specific place requirements while the modular approach allows schools flexibility in constructing a KS3 course appropriate to their needs. This text looks at the world of water, outlining the physical processes and the way human activity can affect them. Covering concepts in river and coastal systems and exploring management issues such as water shortage and flooding, this book provides the opportunity to explore local studies as well as look at examples from around the world.
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