Test Review for Exam 3

Test Review for Exam 3 - Test Review for Exam 3 GEOG 1113...

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GEOG 1113 Chapter 8 – Urban Geographies Key Terms : Agglomeration Axis mundi Central business district (CBD) Central city Central place Central place theory Centralization Checkerboard development Concentric zone model Cosmomagical city Decentralization Defensive site Edge city Functional zonation Gentrification Hinterland Level of Urbanization Master planned community Megacity Megalopolis Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) Multiple nuclei model Neighborhood Office park Primate city Range Rate of urban growth Sector model Site Situation Sprawl Suburb Threshold Trade-route site Urban (ecological) footprint Urban hierarchy Urban realms model Urbanization Urbanized area World City Concepts: - Three ways that we define cities and how they relate to each other - Current patterns of urbanization in the developed versus the developing world - Factors related to urban growth (see table 8.1, pg. 234 of text) - In terms of population, what are the three largest cities in the world, in order? What are the three largest cities in the US, in order? - Understand the concept of urban hierarchy and central place theory - Factors promoting the shift from agricultural villages to true cities - Spatial characteristics of early cities
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course GEOG 1113 taught by Professor Bays during the Fall '10 term at Oklahoma State.

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Test Review for Exam 3 - Test Review for Exam 3 GEOG 1113...

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