7 FACTORS INFLUENCING MASS WASTING

Factors influencing mass wasting

meaning of mass wasting in geography Mass wasting is the downslope movement of rock materials due to the influence of gravity. When such movement occurs after the materials have been lubricated by rainwater from melting snow it is referred to as MASS MOVEMENT. The force involved in this process is gravity but it is only …

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ACSEE (form six) 2009 NECTA Examination format

Acsee form six 2009 necta exam format

ADVANCED SECONDARY EDUCATION GEOGRAPHY EXAMINATION FORMAT FOR BOTH SCHOOL AND PRIVATE CANDIDATE INTRODUCTION This examination format has been formulated on the basis of the revised geography syllabus of 2009, which replaced the 2000 syllabus. Change made in revised syllabus includes dropping off the topic on regional integration, the introduction of the new topic, and merging …

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3 TYPES OF EARTHQUAKE WAVES

3 types of earthquake waves

Earthquake A sudden and brief period of intense ground shaking. Earthquakes are usually associated with volcanic activity or movement along a fault. The point of origin of an earthquake is called the focus. The point on the ground surface immediately above the focus is called the epicenter. When an earthquake occurs, shock waves (seismic waves) …

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CHARACTERISTICS OF GOOD QUESTIONNAIRES IN RESEARCH

Characteristics of good questionnaire

What is questionnaire? A questionnaire is a research instrument comprising a series of questions and other prompts to gather information from respondents. The questionnaire is used as a tool to collect data for research and opinion collection. Questionnaires can be open-ended or closed depending on the need for research or study. The following are characteristics …

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6 EFFECTS OF TSUNAMI

6 effects of the tsunami

A tsunami is a very large seismic sea wave, generated by an earthquake shock on the ocean floor. Tsunamis travel for considerable distances across the sea as long waves (the wavelength may be over 100 km, the wave height as little as 1 m, and the forward velocity as much as 600 km per hr). …

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7 SOURCES AND 8 CHARACTERISTICS OF RESEARCH PROBLEM

what is research problem A research problem refers to some difficulty which a researcher experiences in either a theoretical or practical situation and want to get a solution for the same. Another definition of research problem is an interrogative sentense or statement that ask what relation exist between two or more variables. Identification of the …

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GEOGRAPHY REVIEW QUESTION FOR ADVANCED LEVEL STUDENTS

Geography review questions for advanced level students

The following are geography review questions covering human geography concepts and can be used by students preparing for national exams and those who are looking to test their knowledge on human geography. 1. Examine eight factors, which lead to the growth of settlement in different parts of the world.2. Describe natural and human causes of …

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