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Content description VCGGK107

Geography / Levels 7 and 8 / Geographical Knowledge / Water in the world
Content description
The quantity and variability of Australia’s water resources compared with those in other continents and how water balance can be used to explain these differences
Elaborations
  1. investigating the main causes of rainfall and applying their geographical knowledge to explain the seasonal rainfall patterns in their own place and in a place with either significantly higher or lower rainfall
  2. interpreting the spatial distribution of rainfall in Australia and comparing it with that of other continents
  3. using the concept of the water balance (the relationship between rainfall, evaporation and runoff) to explain the differences between Australia and other continents in water resources
Code
VCGGK107
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