Geography Form 1 Notes - Internal Land-Forming Processes
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The Internal Land-Forming Processes Form 1 notes kit is the third topics in Form 1 Geography curriculum and a creation of 21st century notes for scholars who are seeking to learn geography with aims of improving grades now and in the future.
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INTERNAL LAND-FORMING PROCESSES
- define earth movements
- explain the causes of horizontal and vertical earth movements
- explain the theories of Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics
- define folding, faulting, vulcanicity and earthquakes
- explain the processes of folding, faulting and vulcanicity
- describe types of folds, faults and forms of vulcanicity
- explain the resultant features due to folding, faulting and vulcanicity
- explain the causes of earthquakes
- describe how earthquakes are measured
- account for the or distribution of earthquake zones, fold mountain systems and features due to faulting and vulcanicity
- explain the significance of the resultant features of folding, faulting, vulcanicity and the effects of earthquakes.
- Earth Movements
- Theories of:
- Continental Drift
- Plate Tectonics
- Types of folds and the resultant features
- World distribution of fold mountain systems
- Significance of folding to human activities
- Types of faults and the resultant features
- A study of the Great Rift Valley
- World distribution of features due to faulting
- Significance of faulting to human activities
- Types and resultant features
- World distribution of features due to vulcanicity
- Significance of vulcanicity to human activities
- Distribution of major earthquake zones of the world
- Effects of earthquakes