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human interactions

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Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.1)... The use of volcanic landscape produccing geothermal energy is an example of human interaction with a volcanic landscape, as can be seen in Iceland
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.2)... Iceland also benefits economically from interaction with the rock cycle with the tourism industry
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.3)... Iceland´s postion on the mind Atlantic Didge means that is a locationof much volcanic activity
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.4)... Tha magma that rises close to the surface, superheats water to create natural features such as geysexs as well as being used as a source of energy.
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.5)... Cold water is pumped into the wells that have been rilled in the rock, the water
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.6)... The water is super heated to temperatures of overs 1000ºc due to the heated to temperatures of overs lying rocks
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.7)... The steam is used to drive a number of electricity plants build nearby the turbines to generate electricity
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.8)... The wter now heted to 80ºc is piped distance of 10 miles to the capital Reykjavi where it is used for central heating in homes,offices and industry.
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.9)... As iceland does not have resource of coal oil or gras it used to geothermal energy to provide up to 70% of its domestic hseds us for expensive energy importants.
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.10)... The magmas of the hengile volcano in the south of iceland have created own ultra high temperature field of about 200ºc in the underground rock.
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.11)... The use of geothermal energy makes Reykjavik one of the cleanest cities in the world
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.12) Flowers and vegetables are grown i the green houses heated by geothermal energy
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.13)... Geothermal energy has also created a numbers of pods or spas, the best known of which is the blue logoon.
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.14)... Water from a natural hot spring has a created a natural logoon in the middle of a loud field. The temperature of the water is about 30ºc
Explain with reference to ONE human interaction with the rock cycle that you have studied, had humans benefit economically from the interaction.15)... A onwimming and laisure complex has been developed and the area has become a major tourist atraction this brings revetie to the economy on a yearound basic
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