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Human Geograpyhy 13
|When the city develops in a series of sectors this model is called what?
|The process by which the population of cities grow is called what?
|When a city grows outward like the growth rings of a tree this model is called what?
|concentric zone model
|In Rio de Janeiro, why are high income people in the inner city and low income people along the edge?
|High Class = closer to resources Low class= Living on mountain sides
|In the concentric zone model, the fifth zone contains what?
|When a city is a complex structure with more than one node it is called what?
|multiple nuclei model
|The progressive spread of developement over a landscape.
|Rings of open space in Europe are called what?
|Around the beltway are nodes of consumers and business services called what?
|The density change in an urban area is called what?
|The process of legally adding land area to a city is called what?
|Identify and describe John Borchert's Stage 3 and 4 Stages U.S cities go through
|Steel rail period (1870-1970) Steel main material for building, many jobs
|When banks refuse to loan money to a low income area, what is it called?
|When the middle class people move into and renovate inner city neighborhoods it is called what?
|Most inner city housing was built before what year?
|A process of change in use of a house, from single family owned to abandonment.
|What are the two choices a city has to close the gap between the cost of services and the funding available?
|1. reduce services 2. raise tax revenue
|In the 1960's, urban renewal was often called what?
|non renewable examples
|coal, oil and natural gas
|the use of heat from the eart to heat buildings on the surface
|On example of a product made from biomass
|See land as sacred, spiritual quality to it. Native American, Aborigines. Which land use model?
|Land is used to develop and build on the landscape for profit. Which model?
|Economic land use
|Taking something from the land and replacing it with something else.
|Sustainability land use model
|When cities experince a net loss of population to smaller towns in rural areas.
|People who work less than full time even though they would like to work more hours
|WHen housing tracts jump over parcels of farmland
|The street intersection in a towns CBD where land values are at the highest
|Peak land value intersection PLVI
|In the U.S, a central city of at least 50,000 pop, the country within which the city is located, and adjacent counties meeting one of several tests is called what?
|Metropolital statistical carea
|Housing owned by the government is called what?
|The four consecutive 15 minute periods that have the heaviest traffic is called what?
|In the multiple nuclei model, what is in the middle of the city?
|In LDCs, an area which people illegally establish residence is called what?
|When land prices go down as you travel from the center of the city to the outskirts of the city. What is this called?
|Movement of people and jobs from the core of metropolitan areas to suburban areas.
|Legislation to limit suburban sprawl and preserve farmland is called what?
|Neighborhood changes whereby one social or ethnic group succeeds another in a residential area. End result: distinctive neighborhoods- china town, koreantowns
|Invasion and Succession