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Key words for GCSE Geography.

imports Imports are goods bought and shipped in from other countries.
increase Natural increase is the difference between the birth rate and the death rate of a population.
infiltration Infiltration is the process of water entering the soil.
informal The informal sector consists of workers who are self-employed.
infrastructure Infrastructure refers to the basic equipment a place needs to function (e.g. roads, sewage, water) .
interception Interception refers to the collection of water by vegetation such as the leaves of trees or plants.
international International aid is the offering of money, goods and services by one country or organisation to a less developed country.
irrigation Irrigation is the supplying of water to land to provide plants and crops with the necessary water.
lahar Lahar is a violent type of mudflow composed of pyroclastic material and water that flows down from a volcano.
land Land use conflicts are disagreements on land use policies.
lateral Lateral erosion is the sideways erosion of the channel by a river.
less Less Economically Developed Countries or LEDCs are countries with a low economic output per person and a low GDP.
life The life expectancy is the average number of years a person is expected to live.
literacy Literacy Rate is the proportion of the total population able to read and write.
longshore Longshore drift is the movement of sediment along a beach caused by the zigzag movement of the waves.
low A low carbon economy is a country where measures have been taken to minimize carbon dioxide emissions.
managed Managed retreat is allowing natural cliff erosion to occur.
management Resource management is the sustainable management of natural resources.
mangroves Mangroves are tropical trees and shrubs which grow in coastal areas.

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increase
infiltration
informal
infrastructure
interception
international
irrigation
lahar
land
lateral
less
life
literacy
longshore
low
managed
management
mangroves

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