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Geography Year 10
biosphere
lithosphere
atmosphere
hydrosphere
Composed of all living organisms on Earth. Bushfires, drought…
The Earth's crust covering the entire planet. The crust is in…
The thin fragile layer of gases that surrounds the Earth. The…
All forms of water on the planet (liquid and gas). All over t…
biosphere
Composed of all living organisms on Earth. Bushfires, drought…
lithosphere
The Earth's crust covering the entire planet. The crust is in…
15 terms
Year 10 Geography Glossary
Ecological Footprint
Climate Change
Enhanced Greenhouse Effect
Global Warming
A measure of human demand on the Earth's natural systems in g…
Any change in climate over time, whether due to natural proce…
The observable trend of rising world atmospheric temperatures…
Increased ability of the Earth's atmosphere to trap heat
Ecological Footprint
A measure of human demand on the Earth's natural systems in g…
Climate Change
Any change in climate over time, whether due to natural proce…
20 terms
Year 10 Geography
Human Wellbeing
Gross Domestic Product
Human Development Index
Happy Planet Index
combination of physical, emotional, social, economic, enivrio…
total income or goods and services produced in a country with…
measures life expectancy, literacy and GDP per capita.
measures happiness, incorporating ecological footprint, life…
Human Wellbeing
combination of physical, emotional, social, economic, enivrio…
Gross Domestic Product
total income or goods and services produced in a country with…
16 terms
Year 10 Geography
Air Pollution
Aquifer
biodiversity
catchment
the contamination of the atmosphere by the introduction of po…
An underground formation that contains groundwater
The diversity of plant and animal life in a particular habita…
A structure, such as a basin or reservoir, used for collectin…
Air Pollution
the contamination of the atmosphere by the introduction of po…
Aquifer
An underground formation that contains groundwater
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Year 10 exam geography
Transpiration
Evaporation
Percolation
Ground flow
The process by which plants release water vapor through their…
The transfer and change of water from the ground into water v…
Water moves vertically down through soil and rock into the aq…
The movement of water through the rocks (aquifers)
Transpiration
The process by which plants release water vapor through their…
Evaporation
The transfer and change of water from the ground into water v…
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Year 10 Geography Terms
stewardship
biocapacity
greenhouse effect
greenhouse gases
An ethical process that involves responsible and thoughtful p…
The capacity of an area to generate a sustainable supply of r…
A natural process that warms the Earth's surface. When the Su…
Chemicals released into atmosphere that get trapped by the oz…
stewardship
An ethical process that involves responsible and thoughtful p…
biocapacity
The capacity of an area to generate a sustainable supply of r…
54 terms
Year 10 Geography Global Interactions
Digital Access Index (DAI)
Digital Divide
Globalisation
KOF
measures the overall ability of people to access and use comp…
the inequalities between individuals, households, businesses,…
The growing interdependence of countries worldwide through th…
An index to measure how globally connected a country is. It m…
Digital Access Index (DAI)
measures the overall ability of people to access and use comp…
Digital Divide
the inequalities between individuals, households, businesses,…
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Year 10 Geography Skills Summary
What are isoline maps?
What is another name for a weather map?
What does a flow line map show?
What is an image taken from space call…
Maps with lines that join places of equal value. e.g. weather…
Synoptic chart
Movement. e.g. transport, trade, migration
Satellite image
What are isoline maps?
Maps with lines that join places of equal value. e.g. weather…
What is another name for a weather map?
Synoptic chart
Year 10 Geography Coastal Management
Fore Dune
Fore Dune
East
Mid Dune
The part of the dune which has the highest sun, wind and sali…
The part of the dune which has the lowest water retention and…
What is the aspect of the fore dune?
The part of the dune which has medium sun, wind and salinity…
Fore Dune
The part of the dune which has the highest sun, wind and sali…
Fore Dune
The part of the dune which has the lowest water retention and…
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Year 10 Geography
Environment
Extinction
Biodiversity
Drought evaders
The surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal or p…
Loss of an entire species population
Having a variety of species in the environment that are essen…
These seeds may lie dormant for long periods of time and they…
Environment
The surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal or p…
Extinction
Loss of an entire species population
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geography year 10
Aid
Asia Pacific Region
communication
culture
money and resources that are given or lent to poor or develop…
usually considered to be the countries that make up the south…
the sending or passing on of information especially by electr…
the body of beliefs, attitude, skills and tools which members…
Aid
money and resources that are given or lent to poor or develop…
Asia Pacific Region
usually considered to be the countries that make up the south…
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Year 10 Geography
Climate change
Land degradation
Erosion
Salinity
The change in climate patterns due to increased carbon dioxid…
The environment is affected by a combination of human induced…
The breaking down and wearing away of soil and rock due to wi…
Increased salt content in water and soil, caused by a rising…
Climate change
The change in climate patterns due to increased carbon dioxid…
Land degradation
The environment is affected by a combination of human induced…
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Year 10 Geography Definitions
absolute poverty
active citezenship
air pollution
bearing
the condition of having little food, money or resources that…
involves individuals and groups influencing decision making a…
the build-up of impurities in the air that are likely to be h…
an angle, given in degrees and minutes, measured clockwise fr…
absolute poverty
the condition of having little food, money or resources that…
active citezenship
involves individuals and groups influencing decision making a…
22 terms
Year 10 Geography
Geography
Perspective
Spacial Dimension
Landscape
The study of the natural or physical environment and the cult…
A way of viewing the world ... eg. geographers see patterns and…
An understanding of where things are and why they are there e…
Term used to describe characteristics of part of the earth's…
Geography
The study of the natural or physical environment and the cult…
Perspective
A way of viewing the world ... eg. geographers see patterns and…
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Geography: Year 10 notes
Tectonic Plates and Plate Margins
Fold Mountains
Super Volcanoes and Volcanoes
Earthquakes
What type of plate tectonics are there:... - Asthenosphere - The…
Formed when 2 plates put together, the sediment between them…
What can Yellowstone cause:... - 80,000 feet ash cloud... - 2/3 of…
Earthquakes are vibrations caused by the Earths movements at…
Tectonic Plates and Plate Margins
What type of plate tectonics are there:... - Asthenosphere - The…
Fold Mountains
Formed when 2 plates put together, the sediment between them…
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Geography- Sustainability Year 10
Perspective
Source
Geography
Climate change
A way of viewing the world
One of the 4 ecosystems functions that are natural products t…
The study of the natural/physical environment and the cultura…
A result of increases levels of atmospheric CO2 produced by f…
Perspective
A way of viewing the world
Source
One of the 4 ecosystems functions that are natural products t…
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Year 10 Geography Terms
SPICESS
Change
Environment
SCALE
Space... Place... Interconnection... Change... Environment... Scale... Sustaina…
The concept is about using time to better understand a place,…
The area we live in, includes all aspects
Spatial levels used to demonstrate difference between two obj…
SPICESS
Space... Place... Interconnection... Change... Environment... Scale... Sustaina…
Change
The concept is about using time to better understand a place,…
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Year 10 Geography Glossary
perspective
source
geography
climate change
a way of viewing the world
one of the four ecosystem functions - natural products that c…
the study of the natural and cultural environment from a spat…
a result of the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxid…
perspective
a way of viewing the world
source
one of the four ecosystem functions - natural products that c…
19 terms
Year 10 Geography revision
Well being
Development
Standard of living
LEDC
Is the level of personal development through a person's physi…
Refers to a change in the standard of living and quality of l…
Refers to the level of goods and services that an individual…
A country that is less technologically advanced, has a low de…
Well being
Is the level of personal development through a person's physi…
Development
Refers to a change in the standard of living and quality of l…
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Geography- Mapping Year 10
Geography
Perspective
Spatial Dimension
Landscape
is the study of the natural or physical environment and the c…
a way of viewing the world
is an understanding of where things are why they are there
the characteristics of the earth's surface
Geography
is the study of the natural or physical environment and the c…
Perspective
a way of viewing the world
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Year 10 Geography
Border
Orientation
Legend
Title
The line on the outside of a map
The direction of which way the maps compass points are
Gives you information by using symbols and will tell you what…
The name of the map
Border
The line on the outside of a map
Orientation
The direction of which way the maps compass points are
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Geography Year 10
Geography
Environment
4 functions of the environment
Source
The study of places and the relationships people have with th…
All living and non living features of the earths surface
Source, Sink, Spiritual Service
Naturally occurring resources needed to sustain life and our…
Geography
The study of places and the relationships people have with th…
Environment
All living and non living features of the earths surface
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Year 10 Geography
First 3 digits of 6 Figure Grid Refere…
Second 3 digits of 6 Figure Grid Refer…
Scale
Contour lines
Easting which run vertically up and down a map
Northings which run horizontally across the map
The ratio between a distance on the map and the corresponding…
Show elevation
First 3 digits of 6 Figure Grid Refere…
Easting which run vertically up and down a map
Second 3 digits of 6 Figure Grid Refer…
Northings which run horizontally across the map
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Year 10 Geography - Population
Immigration
Emigration
Refugee
Asylum seeker
The act of people coming to live in a country.
The act of leaving one's own country to settle permanently in…
A person who has been forced to leave their country in order…
An asylum seeker is a person who fled from their country (end…
Immigration
The act of people coming to live in a country.
Emigration
The act of leaving one's own country to settle permanently in…
64 terms
Humanities- Geography in year 10
Border
Orientation
legend
Title
The line on the outside that refers to the edge of a map
The compass rose that is shown on a corner of the map which s…
The key on a map which has the meaning of symbols, colours an…
The heading which usually tells us what the map is about
Border
The line on the outside that refers to the edge of a map
Orientation
The compass rose that is shown on a corner of the map which s…
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Year 10 Mocks: Geography
Which four factors cause population ch…
Birth Rate
Death Rate
Natural increase/ decrease
1. Births... 2. Immigration... 3. Deaths... 4. Emigration
Number of live births / thousand / year
Number of deaths / thousand / year
Difference between the births and deaths
Which four factors cause population ch…
1. Births... 2. Immigration... 3. Deaths... 4. Emigration
Birth Rate
Number of live births / thousand / year
42 terms
Year 10 Geography
Kyoto Protocol
Emissions trading scheme
Erosion
Climate Change
A set of rules that was agreed to internationally, developed…
a market bases, government controlled system used to control…
the process of eroding or being eroded by wind, water, or oth…
Any change in climate over time, whether due to natural proce…
Kyoto Protocol
A set of rules that was agreed to internationally, developed…
Emissions trading scheme
a market bases, government controlled system used to control…
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Geography Year 10 Chapter 9
back dunes
beach nourishment
blowhole
blowout
dunes that develop behind the fore dunes. They may be stabili…
artificial placement of sand on a beach
a hole in the roof of a coastal cave, produced by wave erosio…
a bare depression in a sand dune caused when loose sand is bl…
back dunes
dunes that develop behind the fore dunes. They may be stabili…
beach nourishment
artificial placement of sand on a beach
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Geography terms year 10
Zero growth
Natural decrease
Exponential growth
Birth rate
A population in balance, birth rate is equal to death rate, s…
The death rate is greater than birth rate.
A pattern where the growth rate constantly increases - often…
The number of babies born per 1,00 people per year.
Zero growth
A population in balance, birth rate is equal to death rate, s…
Natural decrease
The death rate is greater than birth rate.
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Geography year 10 coasts
Destructive wave
Constructive wave
Deposition
Swash
Strong, weak swash, strong backwash, high, erode sand
Weak, strong swash, weak backwash, low , deposit sand
When the waves lose energy, it drops the sand, rock and parti…
The water flowing towards the beach when the wave breaks
Destructive wave
Strong, weak swash, strong backwash, high, erode sand
Constructive wave
Weak, strong swash, weak backwash, low , deposit sand
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Geography Year 10 Chapter 7
absolute poverty
active citizenship
air pollution
bearing
the condition of having so little food, money or resources th…
involves individuals and groups influencing decision making a…
the build-up of impurities in the air that are likely to be h…
an angle, given in degrees and minutes, measured clockwise fr…
absolute poverty
the condition of having so little food, money or resources th…
active citizenship
involves individuals and groups influencing decision making a…
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Climate geography year 10
What's the difference between weather…
Name 4 factors that affect climate
Latitude
Distance from sea
Weather is the day to day conditions of the atmosphere over a…
Latitude.... Distance from sea.... Prevailing winds.... Relief.
Places near the equator are hottet than places near the poles…
Areas close to the sea have a mild climate. They don't get to…
What's the difference between weather…
Weather is the day to day conditions of the atmosphere over a…
Name 4 factors that affect climate
Latitude.... Distance from sea.... Prevailing winds.... Relief.
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Geography Year 10 Chapter 8
billabong
carbon neutral
catchment
drought
small wetland associated with a river channel that is isolate…
describes an outcome in which carbon emissions are balanced b…
extent of land where water from rain or snow melt drains down…
extended period of months or years when a region experiences…
billabong
small wetland associated with a river channel that is isolate…
carbon neutral
describes an outcome in which carbon emissions are balanced b…
21 terms
Year 10 Geography
kyoto protocol
emissions trading scheme
erosion
climate change
an agreement that sets targets to limit the greenhouse gas em…
a market-based, government- controlled system used to control…
the action of surface processes (such as water flow or wind)…
a change in global or regional climate patterns, in particula…
kyoto protocol
an agreement that sets targets to limit the greenhouse gas em…
emissions trading scheme
a market-based, government- controlled system used to control…
10 terms
Year 10 Geography
Biodiversity
Stewardship
Biocapacity
Biome
Is the variety of all living things: plants, animals, micro o…
Management or care of something.
Capacity of an ecosystem.
A large natural occurring community of flora and fauna
Biodiversity
Is the variety of all living things: plants, animals, micro o…
Stewardship
Management or care of something.
29 terms
Year 10 Geography
Stewardship
Biocapacity
Greenhouse effect
Biome
the caring and ethical approach to sustainable management of…
The capacity of a biome or ecosystem to generate a renewable…
...
a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occu…
Stewardship
the caring and ethical approach to sustainable management of…
Biocapacity
The capacity of a biome or ecosystem to generate a renewable…
Year 10 Geography
Lava/magma
Shaking earth
Big waves
Crust
Volcano
Earthquake
Tsunami
Outer layer of the earth, split into plates
Lava/magma
Volcano
Shaking earth
Earthquake
17 terms
AQA Geography GCSE Year 10
Earthquake
Focus
Richter Scale
Epicentre
A sudden and brief period of intense ground shaking
The point in the earth's crust where the earthquake originates
A scale for measuring earthquakes based on the amount of move…
The point at the earth's surface directly above the focus
Earthquake
A sudden and brief period of intense ground shaking
Focus
The point in the earth's crust where the earthquake originates
30 terms
Year 10 geography
Stewardship
Biocapacity
Greenhouse effect
Biome
Stewardship is responsibly planning and managing resources. I…
Biocapacity is the capacity of the Ecosystem to supply or pro…
Greenhouse effect is when the suns heat is trapped in the ear…
A large group of flora and fauna in a major habitat.
Stewardship
Stewardship is responsibly planning and managing resources. I…
Biocapacity
Biocapacity is the capacity of the Ecosystem to supply or pro…
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Year 10 Geography Glossary
Ecological Footprint
Climate Change
Enhanced Greenhouse Effect
Global Warming
A measure of human demand on the Earth's natural systems in g…
Any change in climate over time, whether due to natural proce…
The observable trend of rising world atmospheric temperatures…
Increased ability of the Earth's atmosphere to trap heat
Ecological Footprint
A measure of human demand on the Earth's natural systems in g…
Climate Change
Any change in climate over time, whether due to natural proce…
17 terms
Year 10 Geography - Population
Immigration
Emigration
Refugee
Asylum seeker
The act of people coming to live in a country.
The act of leaving one's own country to settle permanently in…
A person who has been forced to leave their country in order…
An asylum seeker is a person who fled from their country (end…
Immigration
The act of people coming to live in a country.
Emigration
The act of leaving one's own country to settle permanently in…
24 terms
Geography year 10
Sedimentary rocks
Carboniferous limestone
Limestone
Permeable
Any rock formed from sediments under pressure from under lyin…
350 million years ago sedimentary rock was laid down under a…
Sedimentary rock deposited skeletal remains of sea creatures
A rock which can absorb water or allow water to flow through…
Sedimentary rocks
Any rock formed from sediments under pressure from under lyin…
Carboniferous limestone
350 million years ago sedimentary rock was laid down under a…
25 terms
Year 10 Geography
absolute poverty
biodiversity
carbon cycle
cash crops
lack of access to minimum necessities or essentials for living
the variety of all life forms: plants, animals and microorgan…
the naturally occurring processes in which carbon is exchange…
crops grown for sale rather than consumption
absolute poverty
lack of access to minimum necessities or essentials for living
biodiversity
the variety of all life forms: plants, animals and microorgan…
44 terms
Geography year 10
Indicators
Human wellbeing
Developed countries definition
Developed countries in details
An instrument of measuring and recording variations.
A combination of physical, emotional, social, environmental a…
worlds richest countries generally located in North America,…
Being a developed country goes more than having money, is in…
Indicators
An instrument of measuring and recording variations.
Human wellbeing
A combination of physical, emotional, social, environmental a…
22 terms
Geography YEAR 10
inner core
outer core
Mantle
Crust
mosly solid iron and nickle about 1400km in diametre
about 2100km thick mostly liquid iron and nickel.
about 2800 to 3200km thick dense rocks
about 10 to 70 km thick minerals and igneous, sedimentary and…
inner core
mosly solid iron and nickle about 1400km in diametre
outer core
about 2100km thick mostly liquid iron and nickel.
56 terms
Year 10 Geography - Population and Settlement
Urbanisation
Push Factor
Pull Factor
Suburb
Movement of people to urban areas
A negative reason which pushes a person away from an area
A positive reason which attracts a person to an area
Area of more expensive residential housing on outskirts of ur…
Urbanisation
Movement of people to urban areas
Push Factor
A negative reason which pushes a person away from an area
8 terms
Geography year 10
Wellbeing
AusAID
HPI
HDI
is a good condition of living which is characterised by healt…
is managed by the government for international aid programs
is the measure of happiness and wellbeing of people in a coun…
is a measure of wellbeing and quality of living in a country
Wellbeing
is a good condition of living which is characterised by healt…
AusAID
is managed by the government for international aid programs
11 terms
Year 10 Geography
geographical issues
spatial dimension
ecological dimension
Coastal management
areas of concern that are due to changes in the environment.…
where things are and why they are there
the relationships between people and the environment and how…
in comparison with many other countries of the world, austral…
geographical issues
areas of concern that are due to changes in the environment.…
spatial dimension
where things are and why they are there
12 terms
Year 10 Geography Coasts
Waves
Constructive Wave
Destructive Wave
Corrosion
Wind blows over the water causing friction
Waves are longer, lower and the swash is stronger (deposits)
Waves are short, steep and the backwash is stronger (erosion)
Dissolving
Waves
Wind blows over the water causing friction
Constructive Wave
Waves are longer, lower and the swash is stronger (deposits)
11 terms
Geography (Year 10)
Define Geography
3 Factors of Sustainability
Economic Sustainability
Environmental Sustainability
The study of places and the relationships between people and…
-Economic ... -Environmental... -Social
-Money... -The ability to spend into the future
-Pollution... -The way we treat and use natural sources
Define Geography
The study of places and the relationships between people and…
3 Factors of Sustainability
-Economic ... -Environmental... -Social
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