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Study the word list: GCSE Geography: Hot Deserts

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Word list: GCSE Geography: Hot Deserts

appropriate Appropriate technology is technology designed to meet the needs, skill, knowledge and means of local people.
biodiversity Biodiversity is the measure of how many different species live in a particular ecosystem.
cultivation Over cultivation is when the soil is exhausted by over-cropping and overgrazing.
desert Hot deserts are areas that have high average temperatures and very low precipitation.
extraction Mineral extraction is the removal of commercially valuable amounts of solid mineral resources from the earth.
minerals Minerals include ores, which contain metals, such as iron; precious stones, such as diamonds; building stones, such as granite; and solid fuels, such as coal.
technology Appropriate technology normally combines simple ideas with cheap, sustainable and accessible materials.
overgrazing Overgrazing is when soil is exhausted by too many livestock grazing on the land.

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