Month: February 2016

ACSEE form six geography two revision question part one

ACSEE form six geography two revision question part one

QUESTION ONECiting examples from Russia describe the dangers of nuclear energy productionQUESTION TWOLocate and describe the important fishing grounds in AfricaQUESTION THREETo what extent is phosphate mining the basis for the development of economy of Morocco QUESTION FOURExplain how China is responding to the problem of rapid population growthQUESTION FIVEWrite short notes on the following(i …

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Acsee necta geography 2 revision questions part 2

ACSEE (form six) Necta geograph two revision questions part two

QUESTION ONEDiscuss the rationale for the introduction of the communes and responsibility system in China between 1958 and 1978QUESTION TWOa) Giving examples, explain the factors which stimulate the tourist industry in Mauritiusb) What are negative impacts of tourism in Mauritius? QUESTION THREEComment on the alternative source of energy for economic development and environment conservation in …

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Tourists attractions that cause boom of coastal tourism in Mombasa

Tourists honeypots causing the boom of coastal tourism in Mombasa Kenya

Coastal tourism is the type of tourism which takes place on the coast or coastal area. Mombasa situated along the Indian Ocean coast, is a big beautiful Tropical city which act as the chief port and the centre of coastal tourism in Kenya. Mombasa is linked to other parts of Kenya by roads, railway line, …

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11 characteristics of plantation agriculture

11 characteristics of plantation agriculture

A Plantation is an estate or a large piece of land in which a certain type of crop or plant is grown and processed. It is a large farm with the cultivation of a limited number of cash crops, carried out using scientific and efficient methods. In Africa, plantation crops include sugar, tea, cocoa, tobacco, …

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5 disadvantages of hydroelectric power schemes

5 disadvantages of hydroelectric power schemes

Hydro-Electric Power (HEP) refers to the production of electricity using the force of flowing water. Example of hydroelectric power scheme in Africa can be found in the Zimbabwe/Zambia Border, the Volta project is in Ghana, the Cabora Bassa is in Mozambique, the Owen Falls is in Uganda and the Aswan project is in Egypt. The …

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