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Key words for GCSE Geography.

demography Demography is the study of population.
dependency Dependency ratio is the number of dependents in a population divided by the number of working age people.
desertification Desertification is the degradation of relatively dry land into even more arid land through human activity or climate change.
destructive Destructive waves are when the backwash is stronger than the swash and so the beach is eroded.
development Development is the improvement of quality of life in a country through technological advances and application of resources.
discharge River discharge measures the volume of water passing a point at a given time; it is measured in cubic metres per second.
disposable Disposable income is the amount of money people have left over after paying their living expenses.
dredging Dredging is the removal of sediment from a river or sea bed.
ecohomes Ecohomes are homes that are designed to conserve energy and resources.
economic An economic core region is the most highly developed region in a country with high population and high average income.
economies Economies of scale are the result of business growth; a larger operation means lower production costs.
ecotourism Ecotourism is the responsible travel to natural areas in order to have minimal impact on the local ecosystem.
ecotown A new town designed to have as little environmental impact as possible is called an ecotown.
emigrant An emigrant is someone who leaves their country to live in another one for longer than a year.
energy The energy gap is the difference between a rising demand for energy and the country's ability to produce that energy.
engineering Hard engineering refers to the use of concrete and artificial structures in coastal defenses.
environmental Environmental impact is the effect of a natural event on the landscape and ecology.

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