Friday, September 27, 2013 | Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org
Why was the Marriage and Parenthood package introduced?
Do you think it was effective?
What will be the impacts of declining fertility rate?
Thursday, September 19, 2013 | Posted by email@example.com
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Wednesday, July 10, 2013 | Posted by email@example.com
Kmz file on Tectonic Plates - please ensure you have already downloaded Google Earth. Click and expand Places on the side menu on your left. You should see the placemarks 1 to 6 classified under the 3 types of plate boundaries. Double click on each placemark to find out more about the landforms formed at the respective plate boundaries.
Animation on labeling parts of a composite volcano: - this will help you understand the parts of a composite volcano better.
The worksheet for the lesson :You might want to also check out the following animations on how volcano and crater lake are formed.
You can also access the following to better understand types of volcano and damage from earthquakes.
Wednesday, July 03, 2013 | Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org
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Saturday, June 15, 2013 | Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org
The ground continues to subside by 3 cm (1.2 inches) a year, scientists say action is urgent.
Bangkok has been voted the most visited city in the world and truly it would be sad if the city goes under water - esp the rich heritage which has attracted many - In Ban Khun Tian which is a part of Bangkok one temple is now in the middle of the sea and they have already lost the lower level of the temple.
We definitely do not want to see the same for Singapore as we cannot afford to lose the coastal areas, much which has been reclaimed, as land is limited and there is so much competition for land use. Instead of living by the sea, we will be living in the sea if we do not work together to fight against climatic change.
Another article on the impact of Climatic Change in Southeast Asia. http://www.rfa.org/english/commentaries/east-asia-beat/climate-change-07022013165938.html
In the article, the report "Turn down the Heat" by World Bank, mentioned that the warming climate will push up the sea level in the region and cause an increase in heat extremes, a higher intensity of tropical cyclones, and ocean acidification stemming from excess carbon dioxide in the air.
It is also predicted that there will be a drop in agricultural production and widespread food shortages, rapidly diminishing fish catch, increasing water- and vector-borne diseases, and diarrheal illnesses, impacting mostly the urban poor, who constitute large proportions of city populations in the S.E. Asia.
The climate change effects will also dampen the region's tourism industry, a top money-spinner, as coral reefs in pristine waters that lure divers and help fish breed are rapidly destroyed.
Thursday, May 02, 2013 | Posted by email@example.com
Remember to login to asknlearn for the notes, ppt as well as answers to practice papers.
Saturday, April 20, 2013 | Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org
Compare this with the one on May 12, 2008 where a 7.9-magnitude earthquake hit Sichuan Province, a mountainous region in Western China, killing about 70,000 people and leaving over 18,000 missing. Over 15 million people lived in the affected area, including almost 4 million in the city of Chengdu.
Why is Sichuan prone to earthquake?
Look at the map below:
What is an epicenter? Why is damage highest nearer to the epicenter?