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Royal Geographical Society (with IBG): the heart of geography
A guide to the A Level Independent Investigation
Analysing glacial sediments
ArcGIS posters
Changing Places
Data skills and thinking geographically
Linking the Water and Carbon Cycles
OCR Coastal Landscapes and Exploring Places
Restless climate - Lessons using data skills
Ymchwiliad Annibynnol Safon Uwch Daearyddiaeth – Canllaw i Fyfyrwyr

Data skills and thinking geographically

This section focuses on skills, techniques, problem-solving, analysis and generally being a 'good' geographer.

A short introduction to quantitative geography
(Data Skills in Geography)

If the line fits: inequality, statistics and The Spirit Level
(Data Skills in Geography)

Why the future of geography is cheap
(Data Skills in Geography)

Written by Richard Harris, Professor of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol

Written by Richard Harris, Professor of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol

Written by Jon Reades, Department of Geography, King's College London


An introduction to Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
(Data Skills in Geography)


Using maps and data to look at the geography of world development
(Data Skills in Geography)


Chi-square resource

Written by Richard Harris, Professor of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol

Written by Richard Harris, Professor of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol

Written by Richard Harris, Professor of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol

Digital mapping

GIS

ArcGIS Online
resources

Ed Manley, PhD Student, University College London

Dr Richard Waite, Managing Director, ESRI (UK), answer questions on GIS

 Provided by ESRI and others


FSC geography fieldwork


Changing places A Level lesson plans


A Level independent investigation

Fieldwork guidance

Written by Emma Rawlings Smith

RGS-IBG


FSC statistical methods


Linking the water and carbon cycles


OCR coastal processes and exploring places

Statistics work sheets

Written by Professor Andy Hodson, University of Sheffield

Written by David Holmes

Analysing glacial sediments

Restless climate

ArcGIS posters

Written by Dr Richard Waller, Keele University

Written by Professor Rob Wilby, Loughborough University

Written by Philip Monk


Water cycle: Lessons using data skills


Population change and ethnic (de-?) segregation in London

 

 

 

Written by Annie Ockleford, University of Brighton 

Written by Richard Harris, Professor of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol

 

 

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