I am currently a second year BSc Geography studying at the University of Exeter. I love my subject, and love learning about the mechanisms and processes of our world, (and yes, also all the colouring we geographers are reknowned for!) I am very friendly and approachable and will try to answer whatever you need, so there's no such thing as a stupid question!
Through working as a student mentor at my college in the Geography department, volunteering as a leader with the Scouts, and preparing and teaching the odd lesson for my younger sister when she was homeschooled, I have gained experience and hopefully passed on my passion for knowledge.
My current studies focus on physical geography, typically an area many geography students struggle with, so I am happy to help with explaining concepts and any areas you are finding difficult.
|Geography||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Extended Project Qualification||A-Level||B|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Isostatic rebound is the uplift and readjustment of the land after a glaciation. During the last glacial maximum, and other ice ages, the weight of the ice sheets pressed down on the land, causing it to sink and depress. However due to the relative elasticity of the mantle, once the ice melted, the land was able to rebound upwards. Some areas are continuing to do so today, such as Western Scotland. Landforms such as relict cliffs and raised beaches are evidence of this ongoing process.see more