Part A: Geographical Themes - Preparing for Paper 1: Theme 1. Population and Settlement: Topic 1. World population increase: Topic 2. Over-population and under-population: Case Study. Over-population - Nigeria: Case Study. Under-population - Australia: Topic 3. Causes of a change in population size: Topic 4. Population growth rates vary: Case Study. High rate of natural population growth - Niger: Case Study: Population decline - Russia: Topic 5. Population policies: Topic 6. Population migration: Topic 7. The impacts of migration: Case Study. An international migration - Qatar: Topic 8. Finding out about the population: Case Study. A country with high dependency - Italy: Topic 9. Factors influencing population density: Case Study. High population density - Japan: Case Study. Low population density - Namibia: Topic 10. Settlement patterns: Topic 11. Settlement sites, growth and functions: Topic 12. Settlement hierarchy: Case Study. Settlement and service provision in Sardinia: Topic 13. Urban land use: Topic 14. Urban problems and solutions: Case Study. An urban area - Atlanta: Topic 15. Rapid urban growth: Topic 16. Impacts of urban growth: Case Study. Urbanisation in Peru - Lima: Sample questions: Theme 1 checklist: Theme 2 The Natural Environment: Topic 17 Types and features of earthquakes and volcanoes: Topic 18 Plate tectonics: Topic 19 Causes and effects of earthquakes and volcanoes: Topic 20 Volcanoes present hazards and opportunities: Topic 21 Reducing the impacts: Case Study. An earthquake - Haiti 2010: Case Study. A volcano - Mount Sinabung, Indonesia: Topic 22. Rivers and drainage basins: Topic 23. The work of rivers: Topic 24. River landforms 1: Topic 25. River landforms 2: Topic 26. Rivers - hazards and opportunities: Topic 27. Managing river flooding: Case Study. The Elbe River: Topic 28. The work of the sea: Topic 29. Coastal landforms created by erosion: Topic 30. Coastal landforms created by deposition: Topic 31. Coral reefs and mangrove swamps: Topic 32. Hazards and opportunities: Topic 33. Managing coastal erosion: Case Study. An area of coastline - opportunities and hazards: Topic 34. Collecting weather data 1: Topic 35. Collecting weather data 2: Topic 36. Using weather data: Topic 37. Using weather and climate data: Topic 38. The equatorial climate: Topic 39. Tropical rainforest ecosystems: Case Study. The tropical rainforest - Ecuador: Topic 40. Rainforest deforestation: Topic 41. Hot desert climates: Case Study. A hot desert - the Sahara and Mali: Topic 42. Hot desert ecosystems: Sample questions: Theme 2. Checklist: Theme 3. Economic Development and the Use of Resources: Topic 43. Indicators of development: Topic 44. Identifying inequalities: Topic 45. Classifying production: Topic 46. Employment structure varies: Topic 47. The impact of globalisation: Case Study. A trans-national corporation and its global links: Topic 48. Food production: Case Study. A farm or agricultural system: Topic 49. Food shortages: Case Study. A country or region suffering from food shortages: Topic 50. Industry: Topic 51. Industrial location Case Study: An industrial zone or factory: Topic 52. The growth of tourism: Topic 53. Tourism brings ad/disadvantages: Topic 54. Tourism needs managing: Case Study. An area where tourism is important: Topic 55. Energy: Topic 56. Nuclear power versus renewables: Case Study. Energy supply in a country or area: Topic 57. Using water: Topic 58. Managing water supply: Case Study. Water supply in a country or area: Topic 59. Economic activity versus the environment: Topic 60. Managing sustainably: Topic 61. Resource conservation: Case Study. An area where economic development is taking place causing the environment to be at risk: Sample questions: Theme 3. Checklist: Part B. Geographical Skills - Preparing for Paper 2: Part C. The Alternative to Coursework - Preparing for Papers 3 and 4: Part D. Preparing for e.
A comprehensive second edition of Cambridge IGCSE (R) Geography, revised for first examination from 2016.