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Multiple Nuclei Model
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It depicts the payout of a city, and notes that while a city may have started with a central business district,
similar industries with common land-use and financial requirements are established near each other. These
groups influence there immediate neighborhoods. For example hotels and restaurants spring u around airports.
Theoretically the growth of a city depends of the number of different nuclei. This theory is based on people have
greater movement due to increased car ownership. This increase of movement allows for the specialization of
regional centers.In this type of model there is no clean CBD (central business district). This model predicts the movement allows for the specialization of regional centers. In this type of model there is no clean CBD (central business district). According to this model, a city contains more than one center around which activities revolve. Due to some activities being draw to particular nodes while others try to avoid them businesses use this model to determine where they will place buildings based on other land marks. Unit 11:Multiple Nuclei Model The multiple nuclei theory is still apparent in cities today. It is believed that in Hong Kong the urban development is so fragmented that is fits this model. This model is most applicable to new, fast growing cities To remember these geographer and their model: (Chauncy Harris and Edward Ullman multiple nuclear model )
Masks Something which is stated in the multiple nuclei model is the positioning of companies. Airports are beside factories; beside universities is book shops exc. The positioning statement matches this theory as it also proposes that being in an atmosphere that best suits the product a company must also be beside their proposed market.