Supplementary Item A
, Ordnance Survey Map, Extract No 1883/OL27 1:25 000 (Explorer Series) North
York Moors, is the basis for answers to questions in this Section.
For whichever question you choose in this Section (ie 1. or 2.) you are expected to make
extensive and detailed use
of your atlas and the map extract.
You are strongly advised to read the whole of both question 1 and question 2 before you make
The North Yorkshire Moors area is a popular destination for schools to visit for geographical
fieldwork, due to its varied landscape and fieldwork opportunities.
To exploit this popularity a new route, making use of existing paths and roads, is to be established
which would introduce students to aspects of the physical and human environment.
The route should be between 12 and 15 km long and should start at the car park at
, and finish
at an appropriate location. The grid reference for a suitable final pickup point must be identified. It
is expected that the route and activities would involve a full day’s fieldwork.
) On the tracing paper,
Supplementary Item B
for question 1, you should carefully trace your
) Add labels to the tracing of the route to highlight at least
locations where students could
stop and come into contact with different fieldwork experiences.
) In your answer book, you should describe and explain,
using direct map evidence
, why the
route has the potential to show the different physical and human environments of the
area. You should also give clear and detailed examples of what each of your locations has to
offer as a point of interest for field study and
discuss the potential fieldwork activities.
You are advised to read
parts of this question before you begin your answer. Note that repetition
of material will not gain any marks.
Supplementary Item A
, the Whitby map extract, must be used
when answering this
The site and location/situation of settlements on this map extract are closely tied to the
of the area.
) Whitby, with a population of over 13 000, is the largest settlement on the map. Using
detailed map evidence
Supplementary Item C
explain the role that
in the area of Whitby has had on its site, development and possible
) Apart from Whitby, there are numerous other settlements of varying sizes on the map extract.
On the tracing overlay
for the area shown in
Supplementary Item D
for Question 2
map to show the general
) Using your information on the general distribution from your sketch map in part (
examples of different types and sizes of settlements. For each of these,
growth and possible functions in terms of the constraints/limitations and opportunities offered
by the Physical Geography.
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Answer ONE question ONLY from this Section
For whichever question you choose in this Section (ie 3. or 4.) you are encouraged to make use
of your atlas.
You are strongly advised to read the whole of both question 3 and question 4 before you make
One key variable that affects wheat production is climate, within which rainfall is a very important
shows the annual rainfall values for Sittingbourne, a meteorological station in Kent
in the south-east of England.
Table 1: Wheat yields (UK average) and average annual rainfall at Sittingbourne
Average annual rainfall,