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Urbanization is the process that many cities thru out the world has experienced or are experiencing. For the most part urbanization is the rapid increase of population in city, town, or suburb. With urbanization there are many positive and negative components. When a city becomes urbanized the environment has a many issues that can possibly arise. When a city becomes popular the first thing that happens is expansion and this does not just happen to the city but the town surrounding the city due to the demand. Once the expansion happens there can become a major lost in wildlife habitat, forest, and wetlands. The environment can also suffer from pollution. Due to the amount of traffic in the area the environment could poorly suffer from air pollution and airborne emissions. Not only will this air pollution harm the atmosphere but it can also harm the humans that are living in the city. Another major issue that the urbanization can cause is polluted water. When a city begins the process of urbanization the many time the soil that absorbs the water is covered and no long usable. Although there are many different
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This note was uploaded on 07/29/2010 for the course HIST HIST 135 taught by Professor Richalmond during the Fall '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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