Services: Key Issue 2
Where Are Contemporary Services Located?
Rubenstein, p. 381-387
1. Rural settlements are centers for agriculture and provide a small number of
2. Urban settlements are centers for consumer and buissness services.
Urban Paterns: Key Issue 2
Where Are People Distributed Within Urban Regions
Rubenstein, pp. 410-418
THREE MODELS OF URBAN STRUCTURE
1. Read the first section of this key issue and for each of the three models,
annotate the diagrams below and do the foll
URBAN PATTERNS: Key Issue 1
Why Do Services Cluster Downtown?
Rubenstein, pp. 406-410.
1. CBD (central business district) can be described as the area where retail and
offices are clustered
Retail Services in the CBD
2. Three types of retail services clus
Services: Key Issue 4:
Why Do Business Services Cluster in Large Settlements?
Rubenstein, pp. 394-400
1. Every urban settlement provides consumer services to people in a surrounding
in a surrounding area, but not every settlement of a given size has the n
Services: Key Issue 3:
Why Are Consumer Services Distributed in a Regular Pattern?
Rubenstein, pp. 387-394.
1. Consumer services and business services do not have the same distributions.
Consumer services generally follow: a regular pattern based on size
INDUSTRY: Key Issues 3
Why Ares Site Factors Important?
Rubenstein, pp. 356-361
1. Define site factors: result from the unique characteristics of a location. Land,
labor, and capital are the three traditional production factors that may vary
INDUSTRY: KEY ISSUE 2
Why Are Situation Factors Important?
Rubenstein, pp. 350-355
1. Intro section: A company faces 2 geographical costs: Situation and site
2. Situation factors involve: transporting materials to and from a factory.
PROXIMITY TO INPUTS
Industry: Key Issue 1
Where is Industry Distributed?
Rubenstein, pp. 342-349
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOUTION
1. Regarding the Industrial Revolution: What? Where? When?
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transformed the process of