UB GEO 103LEC - OLec10 City4 - Repaired (29 pages)

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Geo 103lec - Global Econ Geographies
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Models of Urban Land Use and Suburban Patterns 1 Concentric Zone Model by Burgess e d c b a a Central business district b X c Zone of working class homes d Zone of better residences e X Note pink zone is a factory zone within b 2 Sector Model Hoyt a Central business district b X c Low class residential d Middle class residential e High class residential b d c a e 3 An Example of the Sector Model 4 Multiple Nuclei Model Ullman Harris Discrete centers due to separation of activities arising from different rents or agglomeration forces of certain activities a X b Wholesale light manufacturing c Low class residential d Middle class residential e High class residential f X g Outlying business district h Residential suburbs i X i b a e c d g f h 5 Los Angeles multiple nuclei 6 Chicago 7 Singapore colonial city Asian City Characterized by dual economies i e formalinformal or traditionalmodern X Strong port center than CBD X settlements on outskirts of city with no land title or official recognition Vod 23 Slums outside of city vs inner city slums in the USA 8 Informal sector Dual sector economies Informal Formal traditional modern Ease of entry Difficult entry X Overseas input Small scale activities Large scale activities X X intensive Adopted technology Imported technology 9 Jakarta Modern sector vs squatter settlements 10 Informal and formal modern sectors Bangkok left Singapore right 11 Informal sector NYC 12 Suburbanization and Urban Sprawl Sprawl low density residential and commercial development on previously undeveloped land usually X or expansion usually due to X 13 Paris about 12 miles diameter compare to Los Angeles of about 22 miles both cities population about 10 mi 14 Sprawling Metropolis Patterns and Problems continued Post World War II Suburban Boom continued 15 FIGURE 10 8 The development cycle ushered in by the federal Highway Trust Fund Sprawling Metropolis Patterns and Problems continued Exurbs Information revolution and X allow businesses consumers and



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