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Levels of urbanization and spatial patterns as indicators of socio-economic change in Iowa
|Statement||prepared by David Swenson.|
|Contributions||Iowa State University. Cooperative Extension Service.|
|LC Classifications||HC107.I7 S94 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||95620460|
Examine patterns of urban poverty and deprivation (such as slums, squatter settlements, areas of low-cost housing and inner-city areas). Examine the causes and effects of the movement of socio-economic groups since the s. Urban regions are nested in the sense that patterns of transit at the metropolitan level are also found at the neighbourhood level. Regions as a whole are nested structures. The patterns we find at a region’s global level are repeated throughout all its various localities: the minor node and path is interlocked with the major node and path.
of fine grained population, socio economic and climate change spatial frame, and socio-economic indicators, please see ‘Indicator’ outcome of future spatial patterns given the available information”, and was informed by (1) significant national. Socio-economic development of any region or area depends upon various factors or components, which belong to different parameters and it is very difficult task to discuss each and every component of socio-economic development in detail. However, here, few major components of File Size: KB.
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