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Key words for GCSE Geography.

abstraction Over abstraction is when the amount of water taken from a source is greater than the amount falling as rain.
conflict Water conflict refers to a dispute between different countries over access to water resources.
conservation Water conservation is the act of preserving, managing and developing water resources.
deficit Water deficit is where demands for water outweigh the supply.
diseases Waterborne diseases include cholera, botulism and typhoid.
grey British English spelling Grey water is recyclable waste water from peoples homes.
groundwater Water that is found underground is called groundwater.
insecurity Water insecurity is when there is not enough quality water in an area to ensure the health and wellbeing of its population.
management Groundwater management is the regulation of water levels, pollution and use of groundwater.
quality Water quality refers to the chemical, physical, biological and radiological properties of water.
security Water security is when an entire population has access to acceptable quantities of safe and sustainable water.
stress When demand for water exceeds the supply of quality water for a period it is called water stress.
supply A sustainable water supply is one that is safe, reliable, environmentally friendly and affordable.
surplus When supply outweighs the demand it is called water surplus.
transfer Water transfer is the transfer of water from one river basin to another to make up for shortages.
waterborne Waterborne diseases are transmitted by contaminated water.

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abstraction
conflict
conservation
deficit
diseases
grey
groundwater
insecurity
management
quality
security
stress
supply
surplus
transfer
waterborne

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