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To Next Slide Unit 2 Chapter 4 Lesson 2 A Region of Cities 20 Questions!
To Next Slide The number of people who live in a place. population
To Next Slide The growth of cities. Urban growth
To Next Slide prejudice An unfair feeling of hatred or dislike for a group because of their background, race, or religion.
To Next Slide Downtown area in the center of the city. Central business district
To Next Slide Spreading of urban areas and the growth of new centers of business and shopping. Urban sprawl
To Next Slide Large city together with its suburbs. Metropolitan area
To Next Slide Huge urban region formed when two or more metropolitan areas grow together. megalopolis
To Next Slide Being without a job. unemployment
To Next Slide How many people live in an area of a certain size. Population density
To Next Slide Thats All! Keep Sharp Minds!
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Unit 1 Chapter 3 Lesson 1 Understanding Regions
Urban Land Use Industry category Canadas Industries.
Top Ten Best and Worst US Housing Markets. GROUNDING Chapter 12 examined the patterns of settlements at a national and global scale This chapter looks.
The Growth (and Decline?) of the Suburbs
West Bank Demographics. Cedar / Riverside Race and Ethnicity, Source: U.S. Census, Geolytics.
Minneapolis-St. Paul Region Demographics.
8 million people 18 million people Urbanized area: red (high density) Metropolitan area: Central city + Counties that commuters come from.
URBAN GEOGRAPHY CHAPTER 4 SECTION 4.
The Growth (and Decline) of the Suburbs
An Economic Comparison of Cleveland and Atlanta Edward W. Hill Senior Research Scholar, The Urban Center Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs.
Chapter 6.1 A Changing Landscape
Burgess Classic Ring Model of Urban Ecology. CBD Central Business District Government Offices Business Shopping Churches Most accessible point Most expensive.
Definition: The study of how people use space in cities
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