Geography SL - May 2006 paper 2 question booklet

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Unformatted text preview: IB DIPLOMA PROGRAMME PROGRAMME DU DIPLÔME DU BI PROGRAMA DEL DIPLOMA DEL BI M06/3/GEOGR/SP2/ENG/TZ0/XX/Q GEOGRAPHY STANDARD LEVEL PAPER 2 Wednesday 3 May 2006 (morning) INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES • Do not open this examination paper until instructed to do so. • Answer two questions, each one must be selected from a different theme. 1 hour 30 minutes 2206-5203 18 pages 22065203 – 2 – M06/3/GEOGR/SP2/ENG/TZ0/XX/Q 2206-5203 Answer two questions and each one must be selected from a different theme. (Do not answer both an essay and a structured question on the same theme.) SECTION A Case studies and examples should be used to illustrate answers and, where appropriate, they should be speciFcally located. Include well drawn, large, relevant maps, sketches, tables and diagrams as often as applicable. A1. Drainage basins and their management Either (a) Essay To what extent do you agree that river landforms can be classiFed as either erosional or depositional? [20 marks] (This question continues on the following page) – 3 – Turn over M06/3/GEOGR/SP2/ENG/TZ0/XX/Q 2206-5203 (Question A1 continued) Or (b) Structured question The diagram below shows factors that contribute to Fash Fooding. (i) De¡ne the term fash food . [1 mark] (ii) Identify factors A and B and brieFy explain how they contribute to Fash Fooding. [4 marks] (iii) Explain how human activity can increase the risk of Fash Fooding. [5 marks] (iv) Referring to one speci¡c case study, assess the effectiveness of water management strategies. [10 marks] PRECIPITATION FACTORS LANDSCAPE FACTORS ¢actor A Rainfall intensity Rainfall duration ¢actor B River basin shape Vegetation cover ¢LASH ¢LOOD – 4 – M06/3/GEOGR/SP2/ENG/TZ0/XX/Q 2206-5203 A2. Coasts and their management Either (a) Essay Referring to examples, examine how human activity affects erosional processes and landforms in coastal areas. [20 marks] (This question continues on the following page) – 5 – Turn over M06/3/GEOGR/SP2/ENG/TZ0/XX/Q 2206-5203 (Question A2 continued) Or (b) Structured question The map shows the coastline near Kingston on the island of Jamaica. The diagram shows how the beach at point A on the map changes in response to different conditions. P o r t R o y a l M o u n t a i n s City of Kingston L o n g M t . Harbor View Airport A Port Royal Red Hills Portmore Port Henderson Kingston Harbour Sea 5 kilometers T h e P a l i s a d o e s N (i) State the name of the landform represented by the Palisadoes (shown on the map). [1 mark] (ii) Provide a possible explanation for the formation of the Palisadoes. [4 marks] (iii) Referring to the diagram, explain the changes which occur on the beach at point A during a typical 24-hour period. [5 marks] (iv) Referring to examples, evaluate the coastal management strategies that may be used in low-lying coastal areas. [10 marks] Volume of sand on beach increases Wind from SE Sand moved offshore Sand moved onshore Wind from NW Volume of sand on beach decreases Night time...
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