discuss the impacts of storm events in the british isles and evaluate
Can someone help clear something up for me with ecosystems - savanna grassland biome...
In the textbook it says that it is cooler in the dry season and hotter in the wet season but then says that in the desert margins the temperature ranges from 18ºC in the wet season and 34ºC in the dry season
Did the make a mistake by saying that the wet season is hotter or have they got the temperatures muddled?
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Describe and explain the weather that eastern England experienced (looking at a picture provided- 7 marks)
Outline air masses that affect the British Isles and describe the weather associated with them (8 marks)
Explain both the origin of depressions and the weather associated with them as they move across an area (10marks)
Up and down, up and down – that is how temperature and climate have always gone in the past and there is no proof they are not still doing exactly the same now. In other words, climate change is an entirely natural phenomenon, nothing to do with the burning of fossil fuels.” David Bellamy Discuss the extent to which you agree with this statement (40 marks)
Study Figure 2 which shows temperatures in Dublin at 2200 hours on a November evening.
Describe and comment on the extent of the urban heat island shown. (7marks)
Explain how urban structures and layout affect winds.(8 marks)
With reference to examples, discuss how pollution reduction policies have attempted to lessen the incidence of particulate pollution and photochemical smog. (10marks)
Discuss the impacts of storm events in the British Isles and evaluate the responses to them. (40 marks)
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