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Human Settlement

AICP Exam Prep HCC - Human Settlement

Land Ordinance of 1785 rectangular land survey for 3/4 of continental US physical format shaped political, social, and economic development
Concentric Zone Model Ernest Burgess 1st explanation of social groups within urban areas grow outward as a series of concentric rings
Sector Model Homer Hoyt urban areas developed by sectors growth of sectors forms along communication and transportation routes
Multiple Nuclei Model Chauncey Harris and Edward Ullman - "The Nature of Cities" people are more mobile due to personal automobiles allows for specialization of regional centers - progressive integration of a number of nuclei
Concentric Zone Model Zones CBD in Center - Transition Zone - Blue Collar Residential - Middle Income Residential - Commuter Residential
Sector Model Zones CBD in Center - Industry - Low Class Residential - Middle Class Residential - High Class Residential
Multiple Nuclei Model Zones CBD in Center - Light Industrial - Heavy Industrial - Low Residential - Medium Residential - High Residential - Residential Suburb
Created by: hccovi2