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Resources for Senior Geography in Queensland - Theme 1 - Managing the Natural Environment
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Alluvial Fans

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When streams emerge from mountains, they often spread out and deposit sediment in a distinctive pattern known as an alluvial fan.

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Ignacio Garrido's curator insight, May 13, 8:41 PM

Exercise 26 .Use Moodle plattform to send your answers.

 

1. Where is taken this picture?

2. Define alluvial

3. How are used the alluvial? What economical sector?

4. Look at the image and calculate ( use the scala ) the distance between apex and tracks

5. Write a summarize of the article

Ms. Harrington's curator insight, May 17, 4:08 AM

In dry areas of interior drainage the human settlements are often clustered along the foothills of the mountains near landforms called alluvial fans. 


Alluvial fans and the agricultural patterns that people create on them, show how human settlements are highly dependent of the physical environment.  

Lorraine Chaffer's curator insight, May 23, 8:29 PM

Inland water year 10 , River landscapes year 8 

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Experts predict a death toll in thousands if 7.5 magnitude quake strikes LA

Experts predict a death toll in thousands if 7.5 magnitude quake strikes LA | Managing the Natural Environment | Scoop.it
A new effort by Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti is attempting to prepare the city for what experts say is unavoidable: a massive quake similar or worse to the one that hit the city in 1994.
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Emergencies / Secondary schools / Education / Home - CAFOD

Emergencies / Secondary schools / Education / Home - CAFOD | Managing the Natural Environment | Scoop.it
CAFOD resources for secondary school pupils on CAFOD's work during emergencies
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The place where two earthquakes hit every hour

The place where two earthquakes hit every hour | Managing the Natural Environment | Scoop.it
Every day, every 30 minutes, Tokyo's Earthquake Simulator Center prepares people for the worst.
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Alluvial Fans

Alluvial Fans | Managing the Natural Environment | Scoop.it
When streams emerge from mountains, they often spread out and deposit sediment in a distinctive pattern known as an alluvial fan.

Via Seth Dixon
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Ignacio Garrido's curator insight, May 13, 8:41 PM

Exercise 26 .Use Moodle plattform to send your answers.

 

1. Where is taken this picture?

2. Define alluvial

3. How are used the alluvial? What economical sector?

4. Look at the image and calculate ( use the scala ) the distance between apex and tracks

5. Write a summarize of the article

Ms. Harrington's curator insight, May 17, 4:08 AM

In dry areas of interior drainage the human settlements are often clustered along the foothills of the mountains near landforms called alluvial fans. 


Alluvial fans and the agricultural patterns that people create on them, show how human settlements are highly dependent of the physical environment.  

Lorraine Chaffer's curator insight, May 23, 8:29 PM

Inland water year 10 , River landscapes year 8 

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Atlas of the Human Journey - The Genographic Project

Atlas of the Human Journey - The Genographic Project | Managing the Natural Environment | Scoop.it

The Genographic Project - a landmark study by the National Geographic on the 'Human Journey'. This site is wonderful for Geography and History teachers as it looks at specific groups and the movement of these peoples over time. 

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