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Exam 2 Review notes - Exam 2 Review John Raven- Cities are...

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Exam 2 Review John Raven- “Cities are play dough, they are what humans want it to be, but cities also exert on us Rural/ Urban Transition-need a statement of condition, urban is where we desire to be, based on net utility of location o 1995-1996 we went over 50% urban compared to rural right now we are 58% urban Community of people with functional activity, large clustering Least developed continent is Africa Worldwide urban population- highest in Japan, Europe, and North America Geographically cities are hard to remove from the map o Some have failed (the mayans), but this was because of society Cities are unkillable o Hiroshima- original Ground Zero, the city came back suggesting there is something special geographically going on, would never know about bomb if you visited today Site- attributes at the places, relates to transportation Situation- connection of place to other place, New Brunswick has trains. NYC in this area would have the MET. New Brunswick would not have a museum like that
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course SAS 101 taught by Professor Unsure during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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Exam 2 Review notes - Exam 2 Review John Raven- Cities are...

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