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Cities & Urban Land Use -AP Human Geo
Barriadas
Bid-rent theory
Blockbusting
CBD (central business district)
illegal housing settlements, usually made up of temporary she…
explains that the price/demand for land increases closer to t…
Illegal practice of inducing homeowners to sell their propert…
area of a city where retail and office activities are cluster…
Barriadas
illegal housing settlements, usually made up of temporary she…
Bid-rent theory
explains that the price/demand for land increases closer to t…
37 terms
AP Human Geography Cities and Urban land Use
base ratio
basic sector
non-basic sector
Bosnywash
ratio between workers employed in the basic sector and those…
sell products and services to consumers outside the settlement
sell their products and services to consumers in the community
a megalopolis. although it includes many large, distinct citi…
base ratio
ratio between workers employed in the basic sector and those…
basic sector
sell products and services to consumers outside the settlement
51 terms
ap human geo agriculture and rural land use
1st agricultural revolution
2nd agricultural revolution
3rd agricultural revolution
Green Revolution
Dating back 10,000 years, the First Agricultural Revolution a…
Dovetailing with and benefiting from the Industrial Revolutio…
Currently in progress, the Third Agricultural Revolution has…
The recently successful development of higher-yield, fast-gro…
1st agricultural revolution
Dating back 10,000 years, the First Agricultural Revolution a…
2nd agricultural revolution
Dovetailing with and benefiting from the Industrial Revolutio…
AP human geography: cities and urban land use
Agglomeration
Barriadas
Bid-rent theory
Blockbusting
Mass or collection of things
Squatter settlements found in the periphery of Latin American…
How the price and demand of real-estate increases the closer…
A process by which real estate agents convince white property…
Agglomeration
Mass or collection of things
Barriadas
Squatter settlements found in the periphery of Latin American…
AP HUMAN GEO: climate zones and land use
polar climate zones
ice cap
polar (tundra)
temperate climate zones
ice cap, polar (tundra) climates... cold climates
polar climate zone:... below freezing climate found in most of…
polar climate zone:... always cold, some regions experience bri…
subpolar (subarctic), humid/continental, humid/subtropical, m…
polar climate zones
ice cap, polar (tundra) climates... cold climates
ice cap
polar climate zone:... below freezing climate found in most of…
11 terms
AP Human Geography: Urban Land Use Vocabulary
Agglomeration
Blockbusting
CBD
Centrality
a process involving the clustering or concentrating or people…
a process by which real estates agents convince white propert…
area of the city where retail and office activities are clust…
the strength of ab urban center in its capacity to attract pr…
Agglomeration
a process involving the clustering or concentrating or people…
Blockbusting
a process by which real estates agents convince white propert…
75 terms
ap human geography / cities & urban land use
Transition Zone
individual consumers
metropolitan area
peripheral model
location of industry in concentric zone model
who consumer services provide services to
when a city's influence extends beyond its borders
what model edge cities are in
Transition Zone
location of industry in concentric zone model
individual consumers
who consumer services provide services to
65 terms
AP Human Geo Urban Land Use Vocab
agglomeration
bid-rent theory
blockbusting
CBD
the centralization of parts of an industry for the mutual ben…
suggests that because the closer to the CBD, the higher the v…
the practice by real estate agents of inducing the sale of ho…
the commercial center or downtown region of an urban area
agglomeration
the centralization of parts of an industry for the mutual ben…
bid-rent theory
suggests that because the closer to the CBD, the higher the v…
Urban Land Use Vocab-AP Human Geo.
Gravity Model
High-tech corridors
Hinterland
Megalopolis
A model that holds that the potential use of a service at a p…
Areas along or near major transportation arteries that are de…
Surrounding area served by an urban area.
Term used to designate large connected super-cities that are…
Gravity Model
A model that holds that the potential use of a service at a p…
High-tech corridors
Areas along or near major transportation arteries that are de…
AP Human: Cities and Urban Land Use
Acropolis
Blockbusting
Central Business District (CBD)
Central City
Literally "high point of the city." The upper fortified part…
Rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
The downtown heart of a central city, the CBD is marked by hi…
The urban area that is not suburban; generally, the older or…
Acropolis
Literally "high point of the city." The upper fortified part…
Blockbusting
Rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
70 terms
AP Human Geography - Unit 7: Cities and Urban Land Use
Basic Industries
Basic/public services
Business services
Central business district
Industries exported mainly outside a settlement and constitut…
Firemen, police, waterworks, electrical grid maintenance, tra…
They service other business and include financial services, p…
A central business district ( CBD ) is the commercial and oft…
Basic Industries
Industries exported mainly outside a settlement and constitut…
Basic/public services
Firemen, police, waterworks, electrical grid maintenance, tra…
75 terms
ap human geography / cities & urban land use
Transition Zone
individual consumers
metropolitan area
urban realms
location of industry in concentric zone model
who consumer services provide services to
when a city's influence extends beyond its borders
what model edge cities are in
Transition Zone
location of industry in concentric zone model
individual consumers
who consumer services provide services to
39 terms
AP Human Geography - Cities and Urban Land Use
Action Space
Beaux Arts
Blockbusting
Central Business District
The geographical area that contains the space an individual i…
This movement within city planning and uban design that stres…
As early as 1900, real estate agents and developers encourage…
The downtown or nucleus of a city where retail stores, office…
Action Space
The geographical area that contains the space an individual i…
Beaux Arts
This movement within city planning and uban design that stres…
AP Human Geography Cities & Urban Land Use
Acropolis
Blockbusting
Central Business District
Central Place Theory
The high point of the city in ancient Greek cities that were…
Rapid change in the racial composition of Residential-blocks…
The downtown heart of a central city, the CBD is marked by hi…
The surface of the ideal region is going to be flat, the soil…
Acropolis
The high point of the city in ancient Greek cities that were…
Blockbusting
Rapid change in the racial composition of Residential-blocks…
Ap Human Geography Urban Land use
rank size rule
hinterland
gateway city
megalopolis
In a model urban hierarchy, the idea that the population of a…
a remote and undeveloped area
First colony cities
a huge urban region formed when two or more metropolitan area…
rank size rule
In a model urban hierarchy, the idea that the population of a…
hinterland
a remote and undeveloped area
AP human geography- agriculture and rural land use
agrarian
agribusiness
agricultural industrialization
agricultural land scape
people or societies that are farmers
describes the entire food production industry in MD C's
use of machinery in agriculture
variation on the landscape based on the local type of agricul…
agrarian
people or societies that are farmers
agribusiness
describes the entire food production industry in MD C's
57 terms
Cities and Urban Land Use - AP Human Geography Unit 7
Acropolis
Agora
Barrioization
Bid-rent theory
any citadel or complex built on a high hill; the acropolis of…
public open space used for assemblies and markets; commonly u…
the dramatic increase in Hispanic population in a given neigh…
geographical economic theory that refers to how the price and…
Acropolis
any citadel or complex built on a high hill; the acropolis of…
Agora
public open space used for assemblies and markets; commonly u…
Mining/Geology/Land Use
Earth's concentric zones
Lithosphere
3 types of weathering
5 Countries that supply world's non-re…
core, mantle, crust
continental and oceanic crust and outermost part of mantle
Biological- Moss, lichen, roots... Physical- wind, thermal contr…
USA... Canada... Russia... South Africa... Australia
Earth's concentric zones
core, mantle, crust
Lithosphere
continental and oceanic crust and outermost part of mantle
AP Human Geography: Agriculture and Rural Land Use
Agribusiness
agricultural production in the US
agriculture
aquaculture
Defined as an industrial, corporate form of agricultural prod…
Truck and fruit farming exists in the relatively mild climate…
defined as the growing of crops or tending to livestock for s…
Fish farming involves breeding of fish in freshwater ponds, l…
Agribusiness
Defined as an industrial, corporate form of agricultural prod…
agricultural production in the US
Truck and fruit farming exists in the relatively mild climate…
AP Human: Cities and Urban Land Use 2
Primate City
Rank-size Rule
Redlining
Sector Model (also called Hoyt Model)
A country's largest city (by at least double the population)…
In a model urban hierarchy, the idea that the population of a…
A discriminatory real estate practice in North America in whi…
a model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
Primate City
A country's largest city (by at least double the population)…
Rank-size Rule
In a model urban hierarchy, the idea that the population of a…
AP Human Geography: Cities and Urban Land Use
hinterland
site
situation
Gateway cities
the urban influence zone surrounding a large city
a city's local setting
a city's regional setting
colonial cities with a focus on administration and military d…
hinterland
the urban influence zone surrounding a large city
site
a city's local setting
AP Human Geography: Agriculture and Rural Land Use
agribusiness
agricultural hearths
animal domestication
aquaculture
commercial agriculture characterized by integration of differ…
agriculture began in Southeast Asia, diffused through Asia
domestication of animals for selling or using byproducts
production and harvesting of fish and shellfish in land-based…
agribusiness
commercial agriculture characterized by integration of differ…
agricultural hearths
agriculture began in Southeast Asia, diffused through Asia
60 terms
AP Human Geography- Agriculture and Rural Land Use
Cadastral systems
Agribusiness
Crop rotation
Biorevolution
Patterns of settlement and land use that delineates property…
large scale, mechanized industrial agricultural for commercia…
annual alternation of crops that make different demands on th…
The genetic engineering of plants and animals with the potent…
Cadastral systems
Patterns of settlement and land use that delineates property…
Agribusiness
large scale, mechanized industrial agricultural for commercia…
37 terms
AP Human Geography Cities and Urban land Use
base ratio
basic sector
non-basic sector
Bosnywash
ratio between workers employed in the basic sector and those…
sell products and services to consumers outside the settlement
sell their products and services to consumers in the community
a megalopolis. although it includes many large, distinct citi…
base ratio
ratio between workers employed in the basic sector and those…
basic sector
sell products and services to consumers outside the settlement
12 terms
AP Human Geography Agriculture and Rural Land Use
Primary economic activity
Agriculture
Hunting & Gathering
1st agriculture revolution
Using/getting stuff out of the land
Tending to crops and raising livestock on purpose to produce…
Was the only way to acquire food for most of our existence... -t…
Figured out to put seeds in the ground... -1st domestication of…
Primary economic activity
Using/getting stuff out of the land
Agriculture
Tending to crops and raising livestock on purpose to produce…
25 terms
AP Human Geography: Agricultural and Rural Land Use
Agribusiness
agriculture
animal domestication
Cadastral map
General term for the business that provide the vast army of g…
the purposeful tending of crops and live stocks in order to p…
genetic modification of an animal such that it is rendered mo…
a large scale map, usually created at the scale of 1:2500, de…
Agribusiness
General term for the business that provide the vast army of g…
agriculture
the purposeful tending of crops and live stocks in order to p…
34 terms
AP Human Geo Cities and Urban Land Use
Annexation
Central Business District (CBD)
Central Place Theory
Concentric Zone Model
Legally adding land area to a city in the United States
The area of a city where retail and office activities are clu…
A theory that explains that distribution of services based on…
A model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
Annexation
Legally adding land area to a city in the United States
Central Business District (CBD)
The area of a city where retail and office activities are clu…
67 terms
[AP Human Geo] Cities and Urban Land Use
base ratio
basic, nonbasic sectors
Burgess, E.W.
Bosnywash
A ratio between workers employed in the basic sector and thos…
main activities that result in money flow into; the city, par…
created the concentric zone model in 1923
the megalopolis extending from Boston to beyond Washington D.…
base ratio
A ratio between workers employed in the basic sector and thos…
basic, nonbasic sectors
main activities that result in money flow into; the city, par…
29 terms
AP Human Prezi: Cities and Urban Land Use
Urbanization
Metropolitan Statistical Area
Megalopolis
Urban Hearths
The growth of cities
A central city and all its interacting counties (minimum of 5…
Overlapping metropolitan areas or multiple metropolitan areas…
Mesopotamia (Tigris and Euphrates River), Indus River (Pakist…
Urbanization
The growth of cities
Metropolitan Statistical Area
A central city and all its interacting counties (minimum of 5…
64 terms
AP Human Geo Cities and Urban Land Use
Urbanization
Urban morphology
urban hearth area
Borchert's Model of Urban Evolution
An increase in the percentage and in the number of people liv…
The study of the physical form and structure of urban places
An area, like Mesopotamia or the Nile River Valley where larg…
Four different epochs that cause a large amount of industrial…
Urbanization
An increase in the percentage and in the number of people liv…
Urban morphology
The study of the physical form and structure of urban places
Ap human geography cities and urban land use
acropolis
blockbusting
central business district CBD
central city
high point of a city
rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
downtown heart of a central city. high land values, concentra…
urban area that is not suburban but is surrounded by suburbs
acropolis
high point of a city
blockbusting
rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
116 terms
AP Human Geography Unit VII Cities and Urban Land Use
B) urbanization.
A) high density, social heterogeneity,…
A) the central city and its surroundin…
A) to determine the geographical exten…
The process of settlement formation, expansion, and change is…
Three categories sociologist Louis Wirth used to differentiat…
The most practical definition for an urban area is... A) the cen…
The United States Census Bureau establishes Metropolitan Stat…
B) urbanization.
The process of settlement formation, expansion, and change is…
A) high density, social heterogeneity,…
Three categories sociologist Louis Wirth used to differentiat…
AP Human Geography Cities and Urban land Use
base ratio
basic sector
non-basic sector
Bosnywash
ratio between workers employed in the basic sector and those…
sell products and services to consumers outside the settlement
sell their products and services to consumers in the community
a megalopolis. although it includes many large, distinct citi…
base ratio
ratio between workers employed in the basic sector and those…
basic sector
sell products and services to consumers outside the settlement
25 terms
AP Human Prezi: Agriculture and Rural Land Use
Subsistence agriculture
Commercial agriculture
Vegetative Planting
Seed Agriculture
Farming for self/family
agriculture that is for sale around the world
Cutting off a stem of another plant (root plants; yam bananas)
planting of seeds (wheat/rice)
Subsistence agriculture
Farming for self/family
Commercial agriculture
agriculture that is for sale around the world
22 terms
AP HUMAN: Cities and Urban Land Use
BETA WORLD CITIES
San Franciso, United States. Mexico Ci…
a city that extends its influence in a…
Tokyo, Japan
cities that have great impacct on their localized regions but…
what are some examples of beta cities
what is a World City?
example of a World City
BETA WORLD CITIES
cities that have great impacct on their localized regions but…
San Franciso, United States. Mexico Ci…
what are some examples of beta cities
18 terms
AP Human Geography: Agriculture Land Use
Agriculture
Primary Economic Factor
Sedentary
First Agricultural Revolution
the raising of crops and livestock to provide food and other…
taking something from the Earth
Settling down in one location
Involved the use of seed agriculture and farm and draft anima…
Agriculture
the raising of crops and livestock to provide food and other…
Primary Economic Factor
taking something from the Earth
13 terms
Agricultural and Rural Land use (AP Human)
Primary Activities
Rural Agriculture
Subsistence Agriculture
Extensive Subsistence Agriculture
economic activities involving removing resources from the ear…
growing of crops or livestock either to subsist upon or for m…
growth of crops to sustain oneself
involves large plots of land and small amounts of labor
Primary Activities
economic activities involving removing resources from the ear…
Rural Agriculture
growing of crops or livestock either to subsist upon or for m…
AP Human Geography Urban Land Use
Hoyt's Sector Model
Edge City
Urban Realm (Vance)
Harris and Ulman's Multiple Nuclei Model
Focuses on residential patterns explaining where the wealthy…
A term introduced by American Journalist Joel Garreau in orde…
The spatial componenets of the modern metroplis, where each r…
Recognizes that the CBD is losing its dominant position as th…
Hoyt's Sector Model
Focuses on residential patterns explaining where the wealthy…
Edge City
A term introduced by American Journalist Joel Garreau in orde…
26 terms
AP Human Geography- Cities & Urban Land Use
acropolis
blockbusting
CBD
central place theory
A fortified area located at the top of a hill that served as…
A process by which real estate agents convince white property…
Central Business District (CBD) is the commercial (and someti…
A theory that explains the distribution of services, based on…
acropolis
A fortified area located at the top of a hill that served as…
blockbusting
A process by which real estate agents convince white property…
80 terms
AP Human Vocab Cities and Urban Land Use
Service
Settlement
Consumer Services
Retail Services
Any activity that fulfills a human want or need and returns m…
A permanent collection of buildings and inhabitants.
Businesses that provide services primarily to individual cons…
Services that provide goods for sale to consumers.
Service
Any activity that fulfills a human want or need and returns m…
Settlement
A permanent collection of buildings and inhabitants.
"Urban Land Use" AP Human Geography
hinterland
gateway city
megalopolis
world city
the market area surrounding an urban center, which that urban…
cities that, because of their geographic location, act as por…
several metropolitan area that were originally separate but t…
centers of economic, cultural, and political activity that ar…
hinterland
the market area surrounding an urban center, which that urban…
gateway city
cities that, because of their geographic location, act as por…
AP Human Geography - Agricultural & Rural Land Use
Agrarian
Agribusiness
Agricultural Industrializatoin
Agriculture
People or societies that promote agricultural interests
Commercial agriculture corporation or company that controls t…
The use of machinery in agriculture
The effort to modify a portion of the Earth's surface for pla…
Agrarian
People or societies that promote agricultural interests
Agribusiness
Commercial agriculture corporation or company that controls t…
30 terms
AP Human Geography: Cities & Urban Land Use
Urban Hierarchy
Rank-Size Rule
Bid-Rent Theory
Location of businesses regarding CBD
a ranking of settlements according to their size and economic…
Settlements in a country may be ranked in order of their size…
geographical economic theory that refers to how the price and…
the price and demand on real estate changes as the distance t…
Urban Hierarchy
a ranking of settlements according to their size and economic…
Rank-Size Rule
Settlements in a country may be ranked in order of their size…
17 terms
Cities and Urban Land Use (AP Human)
City/ Town
City locations
Conurbation (Megalopolis)
Suburb
a cluster of people in a "nucleated settlement"
cities located at break-of-bulk points take advantage of the…
a series of cities that have grown into on urban area over time
residential, industrial, or commercial- specialized area of a…
City/ Town
a cluster of people in a "nucleated settlement"
City locations
cities located at break-of-bulk points take advantage of the…
25 terms
AP Human Agricultural and Rural Land Use
agribusiness
agriculture
animal domestication
cadastral map
The business that provides a large amount of goods and servic…
the tending of crops and livestock in order to produce food a…
Genetic modification of an animal so it is more controllable…
large scale map which depicts value, extent, and ownership of…
agribusiness
The business that provides a large amount of goods and servic…
agriculture
the tending of crops and livestock in order to produce food a…
23 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Land Use Vocabulary
Sector Model
Filtering
Zoning
Gentrification
a model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
a process of change in the use of a house from single family…
a law that limits the permitted uses of land and maximum dens…
a process of converting an urban neighborhood from a predomin…
Sector Model
a model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
Filtering
a process of change in the use of a house from single family…
41 terms
AP Human Geography Cities and Urban Land Use Vocab
Agricultural Surplus
Annexation
Bid-rent theory
Blockbusting
The amount of food grown by a society that exceeds the demand…
Legally adding land area to a city in the U.S.
geographical economic theory that refers to how the price and…
Process by which real estate agents convince white property o…
Agricultural Surplus
The amount of food grown by a society that exceeds the demand…
Annexation
Legally adding land area to a city in the U.S.
91 terms
AP Human Geography Unit V (Agriculture & Rural Land Use)
abundance
acre
agribusiness
agriculture
a large amount of something
a measure of land area in the U.S. and Britain that equals 4,…
Commercial agriculture characterized by the integration of di…
deliberate modification of Earth's surface through cultivatio…
abundance
a large amount of something
acre
a measure of land area in the U.S. and Britain that equals 4,…
AP Human Land Use 3-4
Accesibility
Census Tract
Disamenity Sector
Central Business District (CBD)
Factor that affects the internal arrangement of a city by req…
An area delineated by the US Bureau of the Census for which s…
A slum area that radiates from the central market to the oute…
The area of a city where retail and office activities are clu…
Accesibility
Factor that affects the internal arrangement of a city by req…
Census Tract
An area delineated by the US Bureau of the Census for which s…
52 terms
AP Human Geography: Agriculture and Rural Land Use
agribusiness
agricultural hearths
animal domestication
aquaculture
commercial agriculture characterized by integration of differ…
agriculture began in Southeast Asia, diffused through Asia
domestication of animals for selling or using byproducts
production and harvesting of fish and shellfish in land-based…
agribusiness
commercial agriculture characterized by integration of differ…
agricultural hearths
agriculture began in Southeast Asia, diffused through Asia
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