LAND USES IN THE LAKE DISTRICT. The Lake District. The Lake District has a limited number of land use opportunities, this is due to 2 main factors:
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The Lake District has a limited number of land use opportunities, this is due to 2 main factors:
2. The Lake District is an upland glaciated landscape, this means that the land is very steep. This automatically rules out many activities.
2. It reduces soils erosion on steep slopes
Thinking about all the different land uses in the Lake
District, think of some conflicts that may arise between
different land users, and give reasons for these conflicts.
Again, thinking about all the different land uses in the Lake
District, think about what advantages and disadvantages
these bring to the Lake District.
You might want to think about employment opportunities
Read page 71 of the New Higher Geography textbook and answer the questions in Activity 4 at the bottom of the page.