I can compare the graph which showed age with a graph that showed how people travelled to Birmingham City centre. Middle The majority of bus users went to the Birmingham City Centre to shop. They said using a bus was cheaper due to them having a bus pass at cheaper rates but also because, since they used a bus they wouldn't have to spend time finding a car parking space.Buses also came frequently to bus stops throughout the day, so in this way people didn't spend time in traffic jams, as they would if they travelled using a car.
It provides and excellent whiteboard learning tool for teaching about River Flow and Bedload Analysis.
The program enables students to carry out both virtual fieldwork without leaving the classroom and also provides a method of organising primary data gathered in the field.
This second part of the River Studies package provides all the tools necessary to produce printable in-depth analyses of actual geographical sites, allowing students to observe the direct correlation between the physical properties of river sections and the resultant flow patterns.
This program allows the study of bedload characteristics over the 10km stretch of the virtual river.
so far i have got; bi polar surveys building decay survey number plate surveys retail quality survey i definitely think i need more methods as these are all not very accurate in answering the question.
Environmental Quality index Also as secondary data you could try and find house prices of the area currently and if possible before the regeneration project was started, if not sample nearby unregenerated areas In regards to surveys you could just aks 1-10 or 1-5 how effective do you think [specific regeneration project] has been, or how much they like it Then you could ask for additional comments if they have time Be warned though surveys are really hard to do because no one wants to do a survey especially not one held by a teenager Check out this link https:// Questionnaires are the best method.
So i'm in yr 13 doing my A level geography course work on how 'successful regeneration has been in corby'.
I've now come to the data collection part and i was wondering if anybody could give me some surveys or methods to collect data that i can interpret to prove or disprove my hypothesis?
-Have you noticed more shops being set up in the area?
-Has your quality of life improved in the past 10 years?