Key Stage 4 Geography
• People and environment: processes and interactions
OCR GCSE Geography A – 2.1.5. A case study which covers: the process of nutrient cycling that operates within coral reefs, the interdependence of climate, soil, water, plants, animals and humans their value to humans and to the planet and threats to biodiversity and attempts to mitigate these through sustainable use and management.
OCR GCSE Geography B – 8.1. Outline the factors leading to demand outstripping supply of food, energy and water.
Eduqas GCSE Geography B - 3.2.2. How hot semi-arid grasslands and one other ecosystem have been damaged by human activity. The effects of the damage at the local scale, to include the effect on biodiversity, and at the global scale.
Eduqas GCSE Geography A – 5.4.3. Sustainable environmental strategies to manage habitat and biodiversity in tropical rainforests and one contrasting ecosystem.
NGS, Second edition
- Human Systems
Standard 14. How human actions modify the physical environment.
- Environment and Society
Standard 15. How physical systems affect human systems.
Standard 16. The changes that occur in the meaning, use, distribution, and importance of resources.
- The Uses of Geography
Standard 18. How to apply geography to interpret the present and plan for the future.