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P.O. Muller

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Transcript of P.O. Muller

P.O. Muller
His Accomplishments
Taught at the University of Miami since 1980 and chaired the department since 1980 to 2000.


Editor of the of the journal Urban Geography.

What did he find?
Muller found suburban cities ready to compete with the central city for leading urban economic activities such as telecommunications, high-technology industries, and corporate headquarters.
What he gathered and is recognized for?
Recognized for his work on suburbanization in the United States.
Bibliography
"Peter O. Muller, Ph.D." Department of Geography and Regional Studies. University of Mimi, 2013. Web. 5 Oct. 2013. <http://www.as.miami.edu/geography/people/PeterMuller>.
P.O. Muller
Honorary editor of The Annals of the Association of American Geographers and completed in a 12 year term.
De Blij, H. J., Alexander B. Murphy, and Erin H. Fouberg. Human Geography People, Place, and Culture. N.p.: Jay O'Callaghan, n.d.
"Department of Geography and Regional Studies." Department of Geography and Regional Studies. University of Miami, 2013. Web. 03 Oct. 2013. <http://www.as.miami.edu/geography/research/>.
The information he has gathered suggests that the dispersion of commercial-office-based activity is the more important force.
Researches the changing geography of employment within large U.S. metropolitan areas.
By:Demi Garcia & Sammy
Economic and physical geography.
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