Month: March 2015

7 PROCESSES INVOLVED IN SOIL FORMATION

7 PROCESSES INVOLVED IN SOIL FORMATION

Soil is defined as the uppermost surface layer of loose or unconsolidated materials which overlie the crustal rock on which plant grows. Soil can also be defined as a mixture of minerals, organic matter, gases, liquids, and myriads organisms. The following are the processes that are involved in soil formation.  Organic accumulation. This process involve …

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WORDS WHICH TELL THE REQUIREMENTS OF ESSAY QUESTIONS AND THEIR MEANING

Most Geography essay questions include an instructional word in the question. These are the words that tell you what your essay should do. It is important that you understand exactly what these words mean so that you don’t misinterpret a question. Below is a list of terms describing actions you may be asked to undertake …

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SOIL CONSERVATION

Soil conservation refer to measures that are taken to protect the soil from destruction . The main measures that are taken to conserve soil include maintaining soil fertility and quality, preventing soil loss or erosion and preserving the soil.Maintenance of soil fertility and quality;The natural richness and fertility and richness of the soil should be …

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HUMAN SETTLEMENT

Settlement is the place where people live. Also settlement can be defined as organised human habitation it can be a single home or bustling metropolis. Types of settlement. Settlement can be classified as rural or urban settlement Rural settlement . These settlement are generally small and sparsely populated. There are low population density in rural …

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Types of ocean tides

Most people grow up thinking that the tides are caused by the moon, and indeed that gravitational ‘pull’ of the moon is a major factor, as is the gravitational effect of the sun but there is another major factor, which is less often mentioned, and that is the force created by the rotation of the …

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