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Content description VCGGC099

Geography / Levels 7 and 8 / Geographical Concepts and Skills / Place, space and interconnection
Content description
Explain processes that influence the characteristics of places
  1. explaining the physical causes and the temporal and spatial patterns of an atmospheric or hydrological hazard through a study of either droughts, storms, tropical cyclones or floods
  2. exploring the geomorphology of the land and how this affects the liveability of a place
  3. contrasting the effects of geomorphic processes that lower the land surface (weathering and erosion) and those that raise the land surface (transportation and deposition)
  4. discussing urbanisation as a shift in where, how and why people live where they do
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