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Caught in geog is a site which serves as a database for Singapore A level geog students. There are many resources for you to digest, so do take your time. :)

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Hazards and Management
Singapore: Haze in the moderate range; PSI at 83 as of 9am.
Nepal: Small avalanches hamper final search for Nepal storm survivors.

Population Geography
Nigeria: Nigeria officially Ebola free, World Health Organisation declares.
South Korea: South Korea ill-prepared for possible Ebola outbreak, say health experts.

Urban Geography
Singapore: Take a ride into the future in free driverless buggies trial at Chinese, Japanese gardens.

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India: Heavily polluted India launches national air quality index. Death toll in India from Cyclone Hudhud climbs to 41.
Caribbean: Hurricane Gonzalo makes bull’s eye hit on Bermuda, cutting power to most residents.

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Japan: At least one dead, two missing at Typhoon Vongfong pounds Japan.

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2007-2013 A Level Question Analysis

Prelims are over! It’s now a mad rush till the end!

To help you with targeted revision, we present you with a question analysis of H2 A Level Geog papers since 2007. Click here to access this document.

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Hazards and Management
India: 3 killed, 370,000 evacuated from eastern coast as Cyclone Hudhud slams into India.
China: Eastern China set for record-hot summers: study.
Hong Kong: Car-free roads, short queues, and clean air: Positive side effects of Hong Kong protests.
Japan: Typhoon Vongfong makes landfall on southern Japan island of Kyushu: 1 missing, dozens hurt. Typhoon Vongfong hits Japan’s Kyushu island, moves towards Honshu.

Population Geography
US: US cities, states scramble after Ebola missteps in Dallas expose planning gaps.

Urban Geography
Philippines: Urban decay, creaking infrastructure threaten to cool red-hot Philippine economy.

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Hazards and Management
Japan: Japan’s main islands bracing for powerful Typhoon Vongfong after it hits Okinawa.
Singapore: PSI in unhealthy range again after remaining in moderate range most evening. Hazy conditions to persist on Sunday, PSI to fluctuate between moderate and unhealthy.
India: About 100,000 evacuated as cyclone Hudhud bears down on India coast. Cyclone Hudhud reaches peak strength of up to 195km/h, pounds India’s eastern seaboard.

Population Geography
Africa: Fighting Ebola: ‘This is our job’, say experts from Singapore who have been to Liberia twice.

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Singapore: Air quality goes into the unhealthy range as PSI climbs steadily, haze to persist into Thursday. Fight haze with greater transparency and consumer pressure on errant firms: Vivian.

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Singapore: Better air quality continues into Wednesday morning.
China: Strong earthquake strikes in China’s Yunnan province; China braces for “serious casualties”. Yunnan earthquake leaves one dead, 324 injured so far; 56,880 people displaced.
World: EU poised to agree 2030 climate, energy goals; poorer nations will get help with costs.

Population Geography
Singapore: Facing up to population realities.

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2007 to 2013 Fieldwork Questions

Caughtingeog has compiled a list of fieldwork questions from past prelim and A Level papers.

Access this document and past year papers by registering with the exam archives: http://caughtingeog.wordpress.com/exam-archives/

Good luck for the exams!

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Hazards and Management
Japan: Japan typhoon death toll rises to six: Reports.
Singapore: Haze from Indonesia may be a problem for Singapore, Malaysia till at least mid-October.
World: Lack of ocean heat puzzles Nasa hunt for warming ‘hiatus’.

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