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Rohith Gopidi, IFS Sep 24
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George𝕲🇺🇸 Sep 27
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Rohith Gopidi, IFS 3h
Time elapse of river beautifully depicting how a river meanders.
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Geography made easy Sep 26
The tallest waterfall in Equadore has vanished .... and gone down a giant sinkhole
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PGF RGS-IBG (is @Home!) Sep 25
🎓 Are you a new PhD Student, in your first year or still figuring it out? Read Helen Johnson's TOP 🔟 TIPS FOR NEW PHD STUDENTS 😉 🔗
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MapAddict 23m
If Google Maps existed in the year 1930 [updated] | Source:
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St Margaret Mary's Geography Sep 23
Our 1A badge winners proudly showing off their Geography badges. Awarded for outstanding results and hard work . Well done !
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Geography made easy Sep 25
Awesome video about renewable alternatives and perfect for students to see the leading role the UK has in off shore wind power - I’ll be using this in my resurce management lessons
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George𝕲🇺🇸 Sep 19
Evidence Of Hot Springs Near Sites Where Ancient Hominids Settled
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Geography made easy Sep 24
Awesome video of lower course of the river and the latter oak erosion creating oxbow lakes great for a starter
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UN University - EHS Sep 27
Interested in studying ? Here's your chance to study both theory & policy, next door to international organizations where policy discussions take place. Apply now for our !
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Snapspheres 9m
Display, explore, repeat. Snapspheres Classic Relief Map Globe
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RGS-IBG Schools 10h
The PM will sign ‘the Leaders Pledge for Nature’, which includes commitments to prioritise a green recovery after the pandemic, increasing ‘the amount of protected land in the UK from 26% at present to 30% by 2030’
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History of Croats Sep 25
'Turkish Croatia' ('Croatia Turcica') was a term used by domestic & foreign cartographers & scientists since early 1600s to denote the area from Vrbas to Una river which once belonged to Kingdom of Croatia & Dalmatia, & partly to Kingdom of Slavonia⏬
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Joseph Milton Sep 27
This looks very Malthusian. I wonder what checks the Lego mini figure population will face in the coming years.
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msleitchgeog🌍 Sep 25
Great work on plate movements in 156 today! Using our knowledge and understanding of tectonic plate movements to recreate the movements! 👍🏻🌍
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William Kirner Sep 24
Chronological sorting and matching timeline descriptions to pictures helps Year 2 identify the great landmarks of London's spectacular skyline!
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THE TRAVELLING TEACHER JAMES SIMMONDS Sep 26
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RBHS Geography Sep 26
Now that it is Autumn, we will see the beautiful range of colours in nature
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PolGeoNow Sep 23
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