Highly localized knowledge about environmental conditions and sustainable land use practices.
The recent introduction of high-yield hybrid crops and chemical fertilizers and pesticides into traditional asian agricultural systems. Most notably paddy farming.
Most broadly, people working outside their home country. Critical to large- scale commercial agriculture
concept based on the tendency of both formal and functional culture regions to consist of a core or node, in which defining traits are purest or functions are head quartered. And a periphery that is tributary and displays fewer of defining traits.
Highly mechanized, large scale farming, usually under corporate ownership
survival of land-use system for centuries or millenia without destruction of the environment. allowing generation after generation to be there.
a complex of adaptive traits and skills possessed in advance of migration by a group. giving it survival ability and competitive advantage in occupying the new environment
shapes formed by property borders, the pattern of land ownership
small rural settlement smaller than a village
industry engaged in the extraction of natural resources, such as agriculture, lumbering, and mining
an industry engaged in processing raw materials into finished products; manufacturing.
a traditional type of manufacturing in the pre-industrial revolution era, practiced on a small scale in individual rural households as a part time occupation and designed to produce handmade goods for local consumption
a traditional type of manufacturing in the pre-industrial era, involving hand made goods of high quality made by highly skilled artisans
industry developing in core pheriph. pattern, enriching industralized countries of core and impovershing periphery
post industrial phase
society characterized by the dominance of service sectors of economic activity
physical seperation of economic activities from main production facility, usually for purpose of employing cheaper labor
central palce theory
set of models designed to explain the spatial distribution of service centers
urban hearth areas
region in which the world's first cities evolved
type of city laid out in accordance with religious principle, characteristic of very early cities, particularly in china
a location from which a city can be eaisly defended
trade route sites
place for a city at a significant point on a transportation route
illegal housing around large cities
economic model depicted as pie shaped wedges
multiple nuclei model
depicts city growing from several different focal points
banks demarcating areas high at risk for housing loans
mix of farms and housing
displacement of poor people when rich people take over newly restored buildings
warmer areas in center city
form and structure of cities. street parterns and size and shape of buildlings
landscapes with layers of historical messages
new urban cluster of economic activity around 19th century buildlings
high tech corridors
along limited access highways that house high tech industry
desire to embrace uniqueness and authenticity of a plate, in response to globalization
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