Category Archives: river floods

Levees and Floodplain – 2 useful Videos

Haven’t seen this one before. Its brief and good πŸ™‚

 

Here’s the one I normally show, which is also good. It is though mainly aimed at AS and A level

 

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Water on the Land Revision Lesson

Here is the powerpoint from the lesson. We covered: why rivers flood, meanders & ox bow lakes and the Rutland Reservoir case study

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Managing rivers Hard and soft engineering

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Quick name check (AGAIN) to the BBC. This time to their bitesize pages on rivers.

Click here for information on hard and soft engineering of rivers – which type of engineering is building your house on stilts?)

and here

for specific examples of River Management in Bangladesh (which conveniently was one of our flood case studies)

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Revising the Causes of River Flooding

This is a self made video to help you revise the causes of river flooding. It looks at the physical and human causes and then at the causes of flooding in both the river Severn and Bangladesh floods we have used as case studies

any comments gratefully received πŸ™‚

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Comparing Bangladesh and River Severn Floods

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Year 10s powerpoint for comparing these two floods is here

Comparing the case studies blog version

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Causes

Effects

Responses

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