Rivers: Who controls them and should they be renatured?
We often explore river management in geography lessons, but who actually controls the rivers in England? These resources look at ownership and management of the rivers, then explore the current trend towards the restoration of rivers.
How glacial and coastal landscapes change over time
A carefully selected selection of resources to assist teachers with fostering conceptual understanding of different temporal and spatial scales through the study of coastal landscapes and glacial landscapes.
Britain's Diverse Landscapes
These resources support students studying units on coasts, rivers, urbanisation, glaciation, ecosystems and many more at a range of levels.
Why are homes falling into the sea and what can be done about it?
These resources explore the coastal processes and erosion, and ways of protecting homes and other buildings.
The Physical Landscapes of Africa
These resources come from the perspective of adventure travel and expeditions, and aim at building on students' geographical imagination.
The Physical Landscapes of Russia
These resources will support teachers and students in filling knowledge gaps on Russian physical geography, which cannot be separated from its human geography, development and geopolitics.
The Physical Landscapes of China
These resources will support teachers and students in filling knowledge gaps on China’s physical geography, which cannot be separated from its human geography, development and geopolitics.
The Physical landscapes of the Middle East
The geographical concept of the Middle East is more a political and cultural concept than a physical one. Nevertheless, the landscape and physical environment of the region play an important part in many of the challenges the region faces.
How rivers change as they flow from source to mouth
These resources include UK rivers, which are crucial to GCSE studies, and some global examples, which are helpful for students who want to read beyond the GCSE specification or for students studying geography at A-level.
How coastlines are shaped by transportation and deposition of sediment
This list starts with a text that clearly explains coastal processes and relates them to both rocky and depositional coastline, then focuses on two often-studied areas of depositional coastline in the UK.
Landforms and Tourism in the Lake District
Teachers and students looking for a case study of a glaciated upland area used for tourism will find these resources particularly useful.
Coastal and river defences in the UK
These resources cover both river and coastal schemes, including hard and soft engineering approaches.