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IGCSE Geography - Revision guide: More Resources

Time Out !

Check out the resources on this page for information related to your study topics!

Stunning visuals of Borneo rainforest - Flora and fauna

For that brief break! See Borneo through a photographer's lens

Geography Animations

Recall the process and terminology by watching an animation!

Profiles of the world's greatest rivers

Click on a river name to learn more about that river, its history and the people that depend on it!




South America








Great Britain


United States


How rivers form? Find out from this animation...

Books in Senior Library

Next 5 in 2009

What are 5 things a city should do to improve conditions? 

TTS Libguide - Rivers

Largest Cities in the world - Video (2009)

NatGeo TV - Great Barrier Reef

Coastal landforms - revision video!

Anatomy of a hurricane

Plate Tectonics Revision

Are you a typical person?

Watch this Nat Geo video to find if you are a 'typical' person!!

Fact Books

How Volcanoes form

Reefs around the world

Coral Reef Formation

Coral reefs begin to form when free-swimming coral larvae attach to submerged rocks or other hard surfaces along the edges of islands or continents.  

How are coral reefs formed?

Corals are live animals made up of a colony of individual "polyps." Each polyp produces a hard skeleton in a cuplike shape for protection and support, and links its skeleton to those of the polyps around it. Thus, the individual skeletons of hundreds of coral polyps live as one coral colony.

Polyps are continually creating new skeleton at their base and sides. As they do this, they extend upward and outward from the coral colony center, living atop the old, dead skeleton they have created. 

Coral reefs have existed on earth for about 450 million years. Australia's Great Barrier Reef is the largest in the world, stretching across 2,028 kilometers (1,260 miles).


Coastal Landforms

More about cloud types...

Like to read more about cloud types ? click image to access windows2universe webpage on clouds

How to read a maximum-minimum thermometer?

Branching Out for a Green Economy by Sir David Attenborough

This short animated film, narrated by actor/director/producer and Academy Award winner Sir David Attenborough, highlights the role forests can play in national development, a green economy and climate change.

Impact of tourism in Kenya - An article

Mark Gerasimov

Does tourism benefit Kenya?

Watch this slideshow to find out more!