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INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY It will consist of three sections A, B and C. You will be required to answer …

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INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

It will consist of three sections A, B and C. You will be required to answer only four questions. Section A is compulsory and will have two compulsory questions, one on map work and another on photographic interpretation. You will also answer at least one question from section B and one from section C.

COURSE OUTLINE

SECTION A
  • Map work
  • Photograph interpretation
SECTION B: (Geomorphology)
  • Introduction of physical geography
  • The structure of the earth
  • The origin of continents and ocean basins
  • Rocks
  • Weathering and slope development
  • Mass wasting
  • Tectonism
  • Glaciation
  • Lakes
  • Rivers and lake systems
  • Coastal geomorphology
 SECTION C: (climatology, vegetation, and soils)
  • Vegetation
  • Climatology and meteorology
  • Soils
DOWNLOAD TO ACCESS THIS COURSEThis course is studied in Senior Six after completing the Senior Five course.The course is a continuation of the Senior Five course and covers topics like Glaciation, Rivers, The Rock Basin among others.Please take course to complete Geography in Advanced Level.

Course Currilcum

    • GEO1/6: CLIMATOLOGY AND METEOROLOGY 1 year
    • GEO1/6: ELEMENTS OF CLIMATE 1 year
    • GEO1/6: OCEAN CURRENTS 1 year
    • GEO1/6: RAINFALL AND WIND 1 year
    • GEO1/6: MAP WORK 1 year
    • GEO1/6: PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION 1 year
    • GEO1/6: RIVERS 1 year
    • GEO1/6: DELTAS AND RIVER CAPTURE 1 year
    • GEO1/6: DRAINAGE PATTERNS 1 year
    • GEO1/6: SOILS 1 year
    • GEO1/6: CLASSIFICATION OF SOIL 1 year
    • GEO1/6: COASTAL GEOMOPHOLOGY 1 year
    • GEO1/6: WAVE EROSIONAL LANDFORMS 06:05:00
    • GEO1/6: WAVE DEPOSITIONAL LANDFORMS 1 year
    • GEO1/6: SEA LEVEL CHANGES 1 year
    • GEO1/6: CORAL REEF LANDFORMS 1 year