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Key words for GCSE Geography.

globalisation British English spelling Globalisation is the process of the world becoming more interconnected through technology, trade and cultural exchange.
GPS A GPS or global positioning systems allow people to find their exact position on earth using satellites.
Greenfield Greenfield sites are plots of land that have not yet been developed on.
greenhouse Farmers are planting flowers in the greenhouse.
gross Gross domestic product or GDP is the total value of goods and services produced by a country in one year.
groundwater Groundwater is water found underground.
groyne British English spelling A groyne is a wooden barrier placed in the sea to protect against erosion by allowing the beach to grow.
herbivore A herbivore is a creature that eats only plants.
hierarchy A hierarchy is a pyramidal arrangement with one at the top and an increasing number on the levels below.
high A high technology cluster is when hi-tech companies group together in an area.
HIV AIDS is caused by the HIV virus which wears down the immune system.
honeypot A honeypot site is a site that attracts many tourists which may put pressure on the local infrastructure.
housing Housing associations build and manage affordable houses for local people.
hurricane A hurricane is a tropical revolving storm with violent winds.
hydro Hydro electric energy harnesses the power of water in motion to create renewable energy.
immigrant An immigrant is a person who moves permanently to another country.
immigration Immigration refers to the movement of people from one country to live in another.
immunisation British English spelling Immunisation is the vaccination against infections.
impermeable An impermeable surface does not allow water to pass through it.

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