This package includes my essays, comprehensive revision notes and short essay plans from three years of study on glaciers at Cambridge. I received 2i and First Class marks in these subjects.
The notes are organised by themes covering dynamics, measurement, erosional landforms, marine sedimentation and contemporary change in large ice sheets.
The straightforward nature of this part of physical geography means once you simply need a concise summary of the course which you know and understand and you can do very well on exams. The questions answered, planned out and summarised here may be very similar to future exam questions.If you plan to study glaciers over multiple years at Cambridge these notes will continue to be useful and are a good long-term investment.
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