AS and A Level: Production - Location & Change

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    The Scott Report and the Making of the Modern Countryside - 'How penetrating was the Scott report's analysis of rural problems and what were the consequences of its recommendations?'

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    Accurate use of appropriate terminology. Clear and concise writing style shows the student has a very good knowledge and understanding of the topic. All parts of the title are addressed…

    • Essay length: 2147 words
    • Submitted: 22/12/2003
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Katie Price 05/04/2013
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    This project is about the farming in the Bahamas. Areas we are going to cover are agriculture, subsistence farming in Bahamas, marketing of local crops, and also the result and effects of poor agricultural practices

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    A good but rather general overview of agriculture in the Bahamas. It would benefit from specific examples from within the Bahamas along with maps locating these examples as well…

    • Essay length: 1491 words
    • Submitted: 17/10/2006
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Molly Reynolds 07/08/2013
  3. Oil and Gas industry in Kazakhstan

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    • Submitted: 18/03/2012
  4. Explain threats to biodiversity

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    • Submitted: 12/11/2009

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  • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different methods of pest control

    "In conclusion, it is fair to say that both types of pest control; pesticides and biological control have their advantages and disadvantages and it may depend on the type of crop or plant that the individual farmer grows that may decipher upon which system is most beneficial to that farmer. Pesticides have the disadvantage of their potentially dangerous and harmful chemical properties which are easily spread, however they are relatively cheap and effective. Biological control is advantageous for its lack of harmfulness to the environment and it's preserving of nature, however the process needs more research and is more time consuming and more difficult to fine tune."

  • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different methods of pest control In the world today there is an ever increasing desire to increase agricultural efficiency in terms of producing

    "In conclusion, it is fair to say that both types of pest control; pesticides and biological control have their advantages and disadvantages and it may depend on the type of crop or plant that the individual farmer grows that may decipher upon which system is most beneficial to that farmer. Pesticides have the disadvantage of their potentially dangerous and harmful chemical properties which are easily spread, however they are relatively cheap and effective. Biological control is advantageous for its lack of harmfulness to the environment and it's preserving of nature, however the process needs more research and is more time consuming and more difficult to fine tune."

  • To what extent do the sources agree that Russian government policy on agriculture consistently failed and that peasants resisted it under both Tsarist and Communist rule?

    "In Conclusion it can be argued that Stalin's policies on forced collectivisation resulted in fierce peasant's resistance and led to a disruption in agricultural productivity and famine similarly to late tsarist Russia. The end result was that peasant's households had been collectivised and private land ownership eliminated but it had helped Stalin's goal of rapid industrialisation. This bares strong similarities to Tsarist policies on agriculture examined in the sources. The Tsars, by using serfdom, prevented a large empire from breaking up. However, social and political unrest and the many unpopular policies introduced by the government that did not benefit the peasants eventually led to large scale peasant's resistance and ultimately ended tsarist rule."

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