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HUMAN SETTLEMENT PATTERNS: RURAL, URBAN, AND SUBURBAN

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Transcript of HUMAN SETTLEMENT PATTERNS: RURAL, URBAN, AND SUBURBAN

HUMAN SETTLEMENT PATTERNS: RURAL, URBAN, AND SUBURBAN
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SUBURBAN
Newer communities found at the edges of established cities.
Have increased because of transportation routes and means (also the need for residential areas in urban developments).
CHARACTERISTICS OF URBAN SETTLEMENTS
Large population (exceeds 1000 persons) and high population density
Clustered settlement
A lot of tall buildings including residential, commercial, and industrial.
Little open space
Transportation routes (highways)
Competition between land use
Land rent is high


CHARACTERISTICS OF SUBURBAN SETTLEMENTS
Medium population
Transportation to urban area
Residential area (housing developments) and some commercial
Area just outside of the urban area.

CHARACTERISTICS OF RURAL SETTLEMENTS
Farmland
Low population (below 1000 persons)
Scattered settlements
Industrial
Open land

URBAN
A community where 1000 or more people live close together.
High density of human-created structures.
Created, and further developed, by the process of
urbanization
.
physical growth of urban areas (increasing number of people living in an area).

RURAL
Sparsely populated/settled areas.
Rural areas usually have a population of fewer than 1000 people and include farms and small communities.
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