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Geography

Asked by Shingirirai

Are disasters processes not event

Natural disasters (including tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and landslides) are caused by geological processes. Other natural disasters such as floods, droughts and tornadoes are due to weather related processes. They are not in themselves processes, but they are caused by processes. A natural disaster is an event, caused by a process.

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Asked by Evelyn

What should be done to children who abandon their parents at senior citizens homes?

This is definitely a matter of individual opinion. I do not believe a universal solution would work as every case is very personal. Some people do not intend to abandon their parents but become very busy. Some may have been abused growing up and therefore they don't owe end of life care to their parents. It would be very hard to come up with a solution because there are so many questions - how lon... more

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Asked by Hannah

I have loads of case studies to memorise and I know them all vaguely but struggle with the stats, any tips?

This might sound crazy… I really struggled with collecting information, however sticking colourful post it notes with the key information, stats or words on your bedroom walls could help. Furthermore, have you tried saying it out loud as you re-read the information or associating it with an image so that you could picture the numbers with the image in your mind?

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Asked by Zainab

What are tectonic hazards

Hello Zainab, Hope you’re keeping well. ‘Tectonic hazards’ are hazard events caused by tectonic plates colliding into each other, moving against each other, moving apart or subduction between a less dense plate and a more dense plate. Examples of tectonic hazards include: Volcanoes - these occur when hot magma is forced to the Earth's surface through fissures and cracks in the Earth's crust.... more

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