GCSE Factors affecting water supply
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Natural things such as climate, soils, relief and geology that affect water supply
Things such as politics, technology and government decisions that influence water supplies
When water is being used more quickly that it is being replaced. This exists where water demand is greater than supply.
Water transfer schemes attempt to make up for water shortages by constructing systems of canals, pipes, and dredging to transport water from one river basin to another.
This affects where water is stored and the location of aquifers and groundwater. Depends on the PERMEABILITY of the rocks
Rocks that allow water to seep through
rock that does not allow water to pass through it
Influences the availability of rainfall, snowfall and rates of evaporation. Climate can vary, with wetter and drier periods, hotter and colder periods. This can affect water availability.
are large, natural streams of fresh water that transfer water from place to place
Pollution to the water that is harmful and caused by human activity such as agriculture, industry or sewage effluent. Limits water supply
the pipework, cleaning facilities, waste treatment plants, pumps and storage facilities needed to guarantee water supplies within a country or place
HICs and NEEs
Can afford water transfer and infrastructure schemes to guarantee water supplies
Struggle to afford water transfer and infrastructure schemes to guarantee water supplies
Lagos Urban Planning
Challenges of Living in Lagos
Opportunities of living in Lagos
Lagos Causes of Growth
GCSE Impacts of water insecurity
GCSE strategies to increase water supply
GCSE global inequalities in the supply and consumption of resources
GCSE changing demand for water in the UK