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Study Cards on grassland, cities, british

Explain what is meant by 'cities in England and Wales have been built outwards rather than upwards'?

The English and Welsh don't like living in blocks of flats in city centres so they have built the cities ouwards into the surroundings rather than upwards with high-tower flats. London is agood example of this.

Is there more grassland or more forest area in Britain?
more grassland

What is typical for East Anglia?

It was once connected to Holland, so the landscape is very similar to the Dutch 'polder'.

Why are British cities so large?
because they extend outward rather than upward. British don't like to live in high buildings.

What is typical for the British landscape outlook-wise?

No towering mountainranges or large rivers, plains or forests, but a lot of variety. The South and East are comparatively low- lying flat plains or rolling hills. More mountains in the north and west. More grassland than almost anywhere else.

Great Britain has a ‘vanishing coastline’. Explain.
This is causes by global warming. Global warming means rising sea levels everywhere, so that low-lying coastal areas are threatened.
Mention 3 climate change trends in the UK
1) temperatures are generally rising
2) the difference between the warmer, drier sout-east and the cooler, wetter north-west is becoming more noticeable/certain
3) extreme weather conditions are becoming more frequent
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