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Key words for GCSE Geography.

marine Marine erosion is the break up and transport of rocks and solid materials by water.
meanders A meanders are wide curves in rivers.
migration Migration is when people move from one area to another.
monsoon A monsoon is the yearly period of heavy rain in Asia.
more More Economically Developed Countries (MEDCs) are countries with a high economic output per person and a high GDP.
multinational Multinational corporations operate in many countries as part of a global industry.
multiplier The multiplier effect is when a significant increase in growth boosts the economy as more money circulates and consumption increases.
nature A nature reserve is an area designated for the conservation of plants and animals.
net Net migration is the difference between the number of people moving into a country and the people moving out.
new The New International Division of Labour (NIDL) divides labour into specific skills and tasks that are spread across different countries.
neutral Carbon neutral is when we are not contributing to the net amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.
newly Newly Industrialised Countries (NICs) are countries that have rapidly developed economically.
NGOs Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are private organisations which normally deal with social or political issues.
niche Niche markets are small, specialised markets for a specific product or service.
non Non renewable energy is energy from sources that cannot be replenished such as fossil fuels.
north The north-south divide in the UK refers to the economic, social and health differences southern England and northern England.
nuees Nuees ardentes are dangerous, fast moving ash clouds erupted from volcanoes.
nutrients In a food chain, nutrients and energy are passed upwards from one organism to the next.
obesity Obesity is a condition where a person has so much excess body fat that their health is affected.

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