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Mark Scheme: Teachers’ version
GCE O LEVEL – October/November 2009

Syllabus
5014

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(i) barometer / barograph / aneroid barometer

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(ii) weight of air

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(i) shading of area with lowest pressure

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(ii) drawing of isobars at 984 and 988

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(iii) strong because isobars close / steep pressure gradient

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(iv) strong winds
heavy rains / floods
winds causing storm surges in coastal areas

[2]

(v) time to put shutters over windows / board up properties
time to take down potentially dangerous metal signs / other objects
time to evacuate people
time to warn the population
time to mobilise emergency services, move to shelters
stock up on supplies of food and water

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(i) chimneys
storage tanks / description of
avp

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(ii) danger of spillage – marine pollution, effect on wildlife / food chain
air pollution, carbon dioxide / sulphur dioxide / nitrous oxide etc.
takes away farmland, loss of livelihood / food
avp
allow each point up to two if well developed

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(b) fishing / boating / attractive scenery / avp

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(c) industrial country
demand for power
demand for refined products from petroleum
cheaper to locate by sea because of cheaper transport costs
industrial lobby more influential than conservationists
provide employment
stimulate local economy
avp

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