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Chapter 57 - Geog

Change in Industrial location over time

TermDefinition
Industrial Decline is the decline of an industry
Industrialisation is the growth of industry
An example of an industry who's location has changed over time is The British Iron and Steel Industry
Pre-Industrial Revolution British Iron and Steel Industry was found Close to Rivers and Forests because: 1.Rock provided Iron ore 2.Forest provided wood to make Charcoal 3.Rivers provided water power and transport
After the Industrial Revolution British Iron and Steel Industry was found Close to Coalfields because: 1.Coal had replaced wood as the main source of power and this led to relocation of this industry near coalmines.
From 1950's onwards the British Iron and Steel Industry was found On the coasts because: 1.Britain's coal and Iron mine almost used up 2.Oil now the main source of power 3.Oil, coal and Iron ore all being imported into Britain by sea.
Industrial Inertia When an industry doesn't move to a new location even though locational factors say it should. e.g. Sheffield steel industry
Created by: toastiee1