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Published: 17/07/2013
KS4 | Hazards | Physical processes
2 pages

Popocatépetl eruption – cause, effect and response

Feedback from Chief Examiners often stresses that students frequently fail to understand the difference between cause, effect and response. This resource uses the Popocatépetl 2013 eruption to test students' knowledge and understanding of these key terms.        
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Alexander waldronAlexander waldron
very good
Posted on 3rd November 2016

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