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The number of visitors to Malham decreases with distance and most of Malham visitors come from areas that are close by.

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Methodology Methodology is about two hypotheses and that we are going to investigate on our trip to Malham in May. Hypothesis is like a prediction and also like gathering information about a specific topic and our specific topic is on Malham and the hypotheses help as a lot to understand about the topic. Our hypothesis one is about the number of visitors to Malham decreases with distance and most of Malham visitors come from areas that are close by. Hypothesis two is about land use in Malham shows that village is a slave to tourism. How to prove my hypothesis 1 and how I am going to do it I am going to prove than the number of visitors to Malham decreases with increasing distance by doing survey in Malham but I will need a pen and paper to do the survey. ...read more.

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record this and give this information out to the other students so we decided to do number plates instead because its more accurate and its less disturbing to the tourist. I am also going to do it in another way and that is by looking at the tourist car number plates or take pictures of the car number plates and we should do one hundred car number plates by each student but we should do it in different parking sections such as few student do left side of the parking and few students do right side of the parking and this will get it more accurate because if we don't do this everyone will get the same car number plates by looking at tourist car number plates tells you where the tourist have came from. ...read more.

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How to prove my hypothesis 2 and how I am going to do it I am going to prove that the land use in Malham that show the village is a slave to tourism by looking and investigating on Malham village and I am going to look at the buildings n resorts in the village such as * Bed and breakfast/hotels * Shops/supermarkets * Sport club/sport facilities * Tourist attractions * Car parks * Information places * Transport facilities * Signposts/roads others * Others e.g. disabilities, blind Footpaths to see if they are restored footpaths I will mark these spots on my Malham map and then decide if these are residential or slave to tourism and then colour code it when I get back to school. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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