Oxford IB Diploma Programme: Geography Course Companion

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Option A Freshwater - Drainage basins; 1 Drainage basin hydrology and geomorphology; 2 Flooding and flood mitigation; 3 Water scarcity and water quality; 4 Water management futures; Option B Oceans and coastal margins; 1 Ocean-atmosphere interactions; 2 Interactions between oceans and the coastal places; 3 Managing coastal margins; 4 Ocean management futures; Option C Extreme environments; 1 The characteristics of extreme environments; 2 Physical processes and landscapes; 3 Managing extreme environments; 4 Extreme environments' futures; Option D Geophysical hazards; 1 Geophysical systems; 2 Geophysical hazard risks; 3 Hazard risk and vulnerability; 4 Future resilience and adaptation; Option E Leisure, tourism and sport; 1 Changing leisure patterns; 2 Tourism and sport at the local and national scale; 3 Tourism and sport at the international scale; 4 Managing tourism and sport for the future; Option F The geography of food and health; 1 Measuring food and health; 2 Food systems and the spread of disease; 3 Stakeholders in food and health; 4 Future health and food security sustainability; Option G Urban environments; 1 The variety of urban environments; 2 Changing urban systems; 3 Urban environmental and social stresses; 4 Building sustainable urban systems for the future; Unit 1 Changing population; 1 Population and economic development patterns; 2 Changing populations and places; 3 Challenges and opportunities; Unit 2 Global climate - vulnerability and resilience; 1 The causes of global climate change; 2 The consequences of global climate change; 3 Responding to climate change; Unit 3 Global resource consumption and security; 1 Global trends in consumption; 2 Impacts of changing trends in resource consumption; 3 Resource stewardship; Unit 4 Power, places and networks; 1 Global interactions and global power; 2 Global networks and flows; 3 Human and physical influences on global interactions; Unit 5 Human development and diversity; 1 Development opportunities; 2 Changing identities and cultures; 3 Local responses to global interactions; Unit 6 Global risks and resilience; 1 Geopolitical and economic risks; 2 Environmental risks; 3 Local and global resilience
Oxford IB Diploma Programme

Oxford IB Diploma Programme: Geography Course Companion

IB Diploma Geography students - SL and HL

Schulbuch (Taschenbuch)

Fr.75.90

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Beschreibung

Details

ISBN

978-0-19-839603-1

Auflage

2. Auflage

Erscheinungsdatum

02.03.2017

Unterrichtsfächer

Englisch + weitere

Klassenstufen

10. Klasse + weitere

Schulformen

Sekundarstufe II

Einband

Taschenbuch

Beschreibung

Details

ISBN

978-0-19-839603-1

Auflage

2. Auflage

Erscheinungsdatum

02.03.2017

Unterrichtsfächer

  • Englisch
  • Geographie

Klassenstufen

  • 10. Klasse
  • 11. Klasse
  • 12. Klasse
  • 13. Klasse

Schulformen

Sekundarstufe II

Einband

Taschenbuch

Verlag

Oxford Children's Books

Seitenzahl

664

Maße (L/B/H)

27.6/21.8/2.7 cm

Gewicht

1652 g

Reihe

Oxford IB Diploma Programme

Sprache

Englisch

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  • Oxford IB Diploma Programme: Geography Course Companion
  • Option A Freshwater - Drainage basins; 1 Drainage basin hydrology and geomorphology; 2 Flooding and flood mitigation; 3 Water scarcity and water quality; 4 Water management futures; Option B Oceans and coastal margins; 1 Ocean-atmosphere interactions; 2 Interactions between oceans and the coastal places; 3 Managing coastal margins; 4 Ocean management futures; Option C Extreme environments; 1 The characteristics of extreme environments; 2 Physical processes and landscapes; 3 Managing extreme environments; 4 Extreme environments' futures; Option D Geophysical hazards; 1 Geophysical systems; 2 Geophysical hazard risks; 3 Hazard risk and vulnerability; 4 Future resilience and adaptation; Option E Leisure, tourism and sport; 1 Changing leisure patterns; 2 Tourism and sport at the local and national scale; 3 Tourism and sport at the international scale; 4 Managing tourism and sport for the future; Option F The geography of food and health; 1 Measuring food and health; 2 Food systems and the spread of disease; 3 Stakeholders in food and health; 4 Future health and food security sustainability; Option G Urban environments; 1 The variety of urban environments; 2 Changing urban systems; 3 Urban environmental and social stresses; 4 Building sustainable urban systems for the future; Unit 1 Changing population; 1 Population and economic development patterns; 2 Changing populations and places; 3 Challenges and opportunities; Unit 2 Global climate - vulnerability and resilience; 1 The causes of global climate change; 2 The consequences of global climate change; 3 Responding to climate change; Unit 3 Global resource consumption and security; 1 Global trends in consumption; 2 Impacts of changing trends in resource consumption; 3 Resource stewardship; Unit 4 Power, places and networks; 1 Global interactions and global power; 2 Global networks and flows; 3 Human and physical influences on global interactions; Unit 5 Human development and diversity; 1 Development opportunities; 2 Changing identities and cultures; 3 Local responses to global interactions; Unit 6 Global risks and resilience; 1 Geopolitical and economic risks; 2 Environmental risks; 3 Local and global resilience