(1) The relation between the Channel With and Depth: According to the Bradshaw Model, the Channel width and depth are expected to increase moving downstream from the source.
Theory as to why this happens is explained in the Applied Understanding section of the coursework folder: points 1 and 2.
All of these either mean that there have been more tourists recently or are reasons for the tourists to go there in the first place.
This makes me think that Pillow Mounds is more popular.
Methodology also included providing examples of primary and secondary methods of data collection.
purpose, justification and risk assessment examples provided.Also, I will link the data in different graphs that say the same thing and the data which say opposite to each other.I have done both simple graphs, which focus on one main piece of data, and complex graphs, which compare a few different types of data.Simple ones are like bar charts, line graphs, pictograms, labelled photos etc.Complex ones are like cross sections, scatter graphs with LOBF and annotated photos.I think you've got to have 2 complex presentation skills to access the high marks but your teacher should probably be teaching you and your class these and going through them.You also need 7 different techniques, so if you can get lots of different simple skills then you're doing well. By bar chart I meant more like a bi-polar graph like this one You should be using some simple presentation skills and some complex ones.Resource/coursework example material for GCSE Edexcel Geography.This resource includes data presentation (graphs and charts such as Line Graphs to show comparisons of cross sections at Sites 1,2 and 3, Bar charts to show the comparison of Average Bed-load width as well as the Bradshaw model).These access points can be easily seen on a map of the area for backing up these results. However, when the averages are done for the trampling scale in both areas, the average is higher in Pillow Mounds than R. Bar Graph 2: I made another bar graph, but this one had the evidence for similar results side by side for a different type of comparison.This will make more people want to visit because it is easier to get there. This evidence does not agree with the evidence of the graphs so far, because it says that R. This graph shows the amount of different types of grass in both areas. Conclusion Percentage Chart The final graph that I have made is a complex vegetation percentage graph.