An introduction to human geography: issues for the 21st century, 2nd edition. A full marks gcse geography coursework (rivers) bradshaw’s model is generalised in the way that it tells you what is expected to happen along a river with the same factors throughout its course some of the model’s predictions did not work for our particular river that we were studying because there were a lot of changes throughout its. 2013–2014 edexcel gcse geography b tasks: example websites and sources to help when researching the tasks generic sources – a number of these may have information to help contextualise the task and. The dp geography course in- tegrates both physical and human geography, and ensures that students acquire elements of both scientific and socio-economic methodologies.
The 2012 ocr coursework is about rivers this page includes useful material to help you with your coursework keywords source - beginning: the place where something begins confluence - the junction of two rivers, esp rivers of approximately equal width meander - (of a river or road) follow a winding course drainage basin - extent or area of land where water from rain and melting snow or ice. The bradshaw model is a geographical model which describes how a river's characteristics vary between the upper course and lower course of a river it shows that discharge , occupied channel width, channel depth and average load quantity increase downstream load particle size, channel bed roughness. Edexcel gcse geography controlled assessment exemplar 2014 2 do changes in velocity downstream match the expectations of the bradshaw model 3 what are the reasons for the change in velocity with progression downstream location and background research edexcel gcse geography controlled assessment exemplar 2014.
The bradshaw model the model is used to show how channel variables change downstream pupils in year 13 may carry out a geographical investigation on rivers using the model. The bradshaw model is a geographical model, which describes how a river's characteristics vary between the upper course and lower course of a river it shows discharge, occupied channel width, channel depth, and how the average load quantity increases downstream,. I will use the bradshaw model to compare the river at holford combe with the characteristics that you would expect to happen and what impact these characteristics have on the formation of landforms along the course of the river. Sign in whoops there was a problem previewing example4pdf retrying.
Rivers - long profile the long profile of a river is a way of displaying the channel slope of a river along its entire course therefore, it shows how a river loses height with increasing distance towards the sea. Read this article to learn about various models used in geography: significance, needs, features, types and general classification of models in the post-second world war period, the definition of geography, geographic thought, and geographic methodology have undergone great transformation. The bradshaw model is a theoretical model that helps describe the changes we would expect as a river travels from its source regions in its uppercourse with increasing distance downstream towards its mouth. Human geography, including the changing socio-economic and demographic characteristics of local places, plus the cultural meanings and representations attached to different places water & carbon size of stores and speed of fluxes in the water and carbon cycles at a local scale, like a small drainage basin, woodland or peat bog.
The bradshaw model characteristics should be affected by erosion and deposition and erosion/deposition will be affected by some of those characteristics long and cross profiles will also indicate which erosion and deposition processes are opccurring along the river breamish in northumberland national park. Make a copy of the bradshaw model as shown in the presentation to the left hand side mount it in the centre of a piece of a3 paper annotate each of the factors to show why they increase or decrease as you move from the upper to lower course of the river. The bradshaw model shows the changes that occur as a river flows from its source to its mouth cross profile a cross profile is a cross section of a river's valley and channel. The bradshaw model is a theoretical model that helps describe the changes we would expect as a river travels from its source regions in its upper course with increasing distance downstream towards its mouth.
Geography exam review grade 9 1) unit 1- introduction to geography a) what is geography geography is the study of the earth’s physical and human systems/ features and the relationships among them. River geography flatford mill field centre registered charity no313364 the bradshaw model: is a geographical model which describes how a river's characteristics vary between the upper course and lower course of a river it shows that discharge, occupied channel width, channel depth and. Packed with lots of information, geography model ideas, activities and geography worksheets to help you learn fun ideas for learning about geography for kids packed with lots of information, geography model ideas, activities and geography worksheets to help you learn.
Background theory to the study - investigate changes in the long profile of a river river channels effectively flow in drainage basins, and your task is to investigate the changes that take place along the long profile shown below. The bradshaw model is a geographical model that shows us how the characteristics of a river changes between upstream to the downstream the bradshaw model allows us to see do the river’s characteristics such as, average velocity, channel depth, load quantity and particle size of the load, increases or decreases and how much do they change. Alternative to coursework geography rivers for later save related info embed share print search related titles designing sewer lines hec-ras (1) bradshaw model discharge discharge is the volume of flow of water per unit time, often measured in cubic meters per second (or cumecs.