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A.P Geography review

All terms for the test

Emest Burgos (People) concentric zone model
Alfred Weber (People) Industrial State model
Johann Von Thunen (People) Von Thunen model; isolated state
Walt bostow (People) Rostwos development model
Friedrich Ratzel (people) Native american claimed that geography was the study of the influences of the natural enviorment on people
Thomas Malthus (People) English econimist was one of the first to argue that the worlds rate of population increase was far outrunning the development of food supplies.
Carl Sauer (People) possibilism, cultural landscape
Larry Ford & Ernst Griffin (People) Latin America city model
Homr Hoyt (People) created the sector model in 1939, was a land economist.
William Denvan (people) Anthropgegaphie father of human geography
Walter Christaller (People) central place theory
Central Business Distric (CBD) (Urban Centers) The area of the city where retail and offices activities are clusterd.
Central place theory a theory that explains the distribution of services based on the fact that settlements sserve as centers for the market place.
Galactic city model (Urban Centers) also known as the latin america city model
Site & Situation (Urban Centers) the physical characterstics of a place; the location of a place relative to others.
Squatter settlements (Urban Centers) a shanty town ( also called a slum or favella); a settelment for impoverish people
Primate city (Urban centers) The largest settlement in a country
Edge city a large node of office and retail activities on the edge of an urban area
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