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  1. Learning Targets Urban Geography • PRE- Test Part 1

  2. 1. Urbanization • A The process of people living and working in cities • B The process of people living and working in rural areas • C The process of people living and working in foreign lands • D I have heard of it but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  3. 2. Nucleated form of Settlement • A. Cities have a center area of development • B Cites do NOT have a center area of development • C Cities have developed near nuclear power plants • D I have heard of it but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of it

  4. Nucleated form of Settlement

  5. 3. Core Area • A The center area of a city • B The perimeter are of a city • C The area of a city where food is grown • D I have heard of it but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  6. 4. Dispersed form of Settlement • A Areas where houses are far a part, usually in rural areas • B Areas where houses are close together • C Areas where most houses are high rise condos • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning

  7. 5. Threshold • A. The minimum number of people need to meet the needs of an industry, such as the minimum number of people to support and NFL or NBA team • B The maximum number of people need to meet the needs of an industry, such as the minimum number of people to support and NFL or NBA team • C The entrance to a city or developed area • D I have heard of it but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  8. 6. Medieval Cities • A. Middle age cities in Europe • B Middle age cities in Asia • C Middle age cities in Africa • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  9. Medieval Cities

  10. 7. Indigenous Cities • A Cities constructed before colonization • B Cities constructed before colonization • C Cities constructed during colonization • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  11. Indigenous Cities

  12. 8. Hydraulic Cities • A Cities that construct a water system to provide running water and sewer services • B Cities that use hydroelectric power • C Cites that use hydrogen to run power plants • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  13. 9. Commercialization • A The selling of goods and services for a profit • B The selling of goods and services at a loss • C The donating of goods and services • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard the term

  14. 10. Basic Industry • A A city forming industry such as cars for Detroit and computers for San Jose, Ca. • B Industry that provides just the necessary services for a city • C Industry that is city-serving • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  15. 11. Non-Basic Industry • A City-serving industry that may include anything from construction to industrial equipment • B An industry that is city forming • C An industry that is done off shore • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  16. 12. Employment structure • A. The type of jobs found in a city such as tertiary or quaternary activities • B The employment and unemployment rate in a city • C The rate of job growth in a city • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard the term

  17. 14. Post-Industrial City • A A City shifts to specializing in information-based work • B A City shifts to industrial posting activities • C A city shifts to posting of industrial jobs • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term.

  18. 14. Deindustrialization • A The shift of a city to more specialized economic activities. • B The shift of a city to more industrial activity • C The shift of a city to intensive industrial activity • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  19. 15. Underemployment • A City where many workers are working in jobs less than full time and or in jobs lower than they are qualified to perform • B The employment of workers in underground activities • C The unemployment rate of a city • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  20. 16. Unincorporated Areas • A Usually rural areas of a county not part of a city • B An area of the city with many corporations • C An area of the city with few corporations • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  21. 17. Hamlets • A Urban area with only a few dozen people clustered around a small urban center • B Urban area with many peope and shopping centers • C Urban area specializing in the sale and production of ham • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  22. 18. Village • A Urban area with more than a general store having several stores specializing in the sale of food, clothing, furniture, etc • B Urban area that may include thousands of people • C Urban area of large land aarea • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  23. 19. Towns • A May consist of 50 to a few thousand people • B Large areas of open space around farms • C Unincorporated areas of a county • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard of the meaning

  24. 20. Cities • A Large densely populated area with tens of thousands of people • B Large sparsely populated areas around farms • C Unincorporated areas of a county • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  25. 21. Metropolises • A Large population and large area that includes cities and suburbs • B Small population in a sparse area • C Medium population in a small area • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  26. 22. Megaloplis • A The biggest urban area when several metropolitan areas are linked together • B The smallest urban area when several towns are de-linked • C The middle sized urban area with no linkage • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  27. 23. Hinterland • A The area around farms • B The area around resort areas • C The area around military bases • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  28. 24. World Cities and Great Cities • A Cities that dominate other cities in a region based on economics, population and influence over an extended area • B Cites that are international cities and not part of a country • C Cities that have large international airports • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  29. 25. Urban Hierarchy • A The ranking of cities based on their importance to world commerce and amenities • B The order that cities hire people for international jobs • C The umber of cites with archery facilities • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard of the term

  30. 26. First Order Cities • A Cities that are at at the top of the urban hierarchy • B Cities that are in the second of the urban hierarchy • C Cities that are third of the urban hierarchy • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard of the meaning

  31. 27. Beta World Cities • A Second order cites such as San Francisco, US; Sydney Aus; etc. • B Third order cities such as Dallas, Houston, Boston, USA; • C Fourth order cities such as New York, USA; Paris France, etc • D I have heard of this term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of this term

  32. 28. Gamma World Cities A Third order cities such as Dallas, Houston, Boston, USA; B Second order cites such as San Francisco, US; Sydney Aus; etc. • C Fourth order cities such as New York, USA; Paris France, etc • D I have heard of this term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of this term

  33. 29. Emerging Cities • A Cities experiencing population growth as well as economic and political clout throughout a region • B Cities experiencing population decline as well as declines in economic and political clout throughout a region • C Cities that are experiencing population explosions • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  34. 30. Gateway Cities • A Cites that connect two areas and serve as a portal between them • B Cities that separate two areas and serve as a barrier between them • C Cities that control large areas of territory • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  35. 31. Festival Landscape • A Space within an urban environment that can accommodate a large number of people • B Space within an urban environment that can only accommodate a small number of people • C Space within a rural area that can only accommodate a small number of people • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  36. 33. Central Business District CBD • A The commercial center of an urban area • B The religious center of an urban area • C The educational center of an urban area • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  37. Central Business District CBD

  38. 33. Bid-Rent-Theory • A Theory that land value decreases as you move further out from the central business district • B Theory that land values increase as you move out from the central business district • C Theory that land values do not change in value as you move from the central business district • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard of the term

  39. 34. Grid Street System • A Streets run North and South and East and West • B Streets are grouped by belts around the CBD • C Streets are banded based on GPS coordinates • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard of the term

  40. 35. Suburbs • A Located on the outskirts of a central city • B Located in the center of the city • C Located in the rural areas away from cities • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard of the term

  41. 36. Four Stages of U.S. Cities • A Stages are related to types of transportation • B Stages are related to types of industry • C Stages are related to types of immigrants • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  42. 37. Zoning Laws • A Laws that determine how land and buildings can be used • B Laws that determine the speed limits for parts of a city • C Laws that determine the voting districts of a city • D I have heard of the term but do not know the term • E I have never heard of the term

  43. 38. Residential Zoning • A zones where houses may be built • B Zones where business may be built • C Zones where manufacturing plants may be built • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  44. 39. Commercial Zoning • A Zones where business may be built • B Zones where houses may be built • C Zones where manufacturing plants may be built • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  45. 40. Industrial Zoning • A Zones where manufacturing plants may be built • B Zones where houses may be built • C Zones where business may be built • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  46. 41. Dendritic Pattern • A City streets laid out like a root system of a tree • B City streets laid out like petals of a flower • C City streets laid out like blades of grass • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard of the term

  47. 42. Greenbelts • A Area set aside in a natural state to prevent development • B Areas that surround a city like belts where green energy is produced • C Areas that surround a city that manufacture green belts • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have never heard of the term

  48. 43. In-Filling • A Process where cites that are close together grow together • B Process where cities merge landfill operations to save money • C Process where cities create new land by backfilling • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard of the term

  49. 44. Urban Growth Rates • A The rate at which cities increase their population • B The rate at which cities increase their land area • C The rate at which cities increase their zoning • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning • E I have not heard of the term