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GCSE GEO AQA Revision By DON MAKDA

Makda your boss

Hope you fail.

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Across
1.A sustainable urban living settlement in London
6.Towns and cities with residential areas
8.A small opening on a volcano where gas escapes
9.The flow of ash and mud after a volcanic eruption
10.Air forced to rise over mountains as a result leads to a certain type of rainfall
11.Less economically developed countries
14.It measures the atmosphere around us in Celsius
15.A jet of hot steam/liquid, found in volcanically active hotspots like Yellowstone
17.The time taken between the peak rainfall and the peak discharge
18.A long period of time without rainfall, can lead to starvation and dehydration for that population
Down
1.The number of babies born per 1000 per year
2.Deep section of the ocean, where an oceanic plate is sinking below a continental plate
3.The level of water in the ground and soil
4.An area of the countryside
5.An area which attracts a large number of tourists, which applies pressure to the the local environments
7.Something that attracts a migrant to a particular location
12.The centre of the hurricane
13.Using reusable material and processing them to make new objects
14.A person who travels to different locations for leisure
16.A strong wind

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