AQA GCSE Geography

Topic Questions

1.3 Weather Hazards

14 marks

Study Figure 4, a map showing the track of Hurricane Irma in September 2017.

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Using Figure 4, describe the track of Hurricane Irma between 6 September 2017 and 12 September 2017.

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26 marks

Study Figure 3, information about Cyclone Idai and its impacts on Mozambique.

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Suggest why some tropical storms have severe primary and secondary effects.

Use Figure 3 and your own understanding.

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36 marks

Study Figure 2, information about extreme weather in the UK in the March 2018.

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Suggest how extreme weather in the UK can have economic and social impacts.

Use Figure 2 and your own understanding.

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44 marks

Study Figure 7, using this and your own understanding explain why some areas of the UK get more rainfall than others

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54 marks

Study Figures 1a and 1b, which show the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan on 8th November 2013

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Figure 1a  Tacloban airport

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Figure 1b Tacloban coast near the airport

Using Figures 1a and 1b, and your own knowledge outline the social impacts of the typhoon

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66 marks

Study Figure 4, photographs showing some of the impacts of extreme weather in the UK.

Figure 4

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‘UK weather is becoming more extreme.’

Do you agree?

Use Figure 4 and your own understanding

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