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Monday, September 07, 2009

The Pictures on my Wall

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This is the s3 activity for today. There are 3 different aspects of a glaciated upland landscape. One is the honeypot town of Keswick, the second is Striding Edge Arete and the third is Loch Sloy Dam and Hydro scheme. For each, you will be using post-it notes for 3 different categories. Colour code these. The categories are Land uses, Land use conflicts and resolutions. For each image try to identify what these would be and where possible, where they would be within the picture.


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