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Urban Settlement and Land Use

By: Michael Hill
144 pages
Urban Settlement and Land Use
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  • Urban Settlement and Land Use ISBN: 9780340883457 Paperback Dec 2005 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 5 days
Price: £17.99
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Urban Settlement and Land Use provides an up-to-date overview of urban geography through the study of both the role of cities in a changing world and the distinctive sections within cities. After considering the historical changes in urbanisation over time, the book provides detailed commentary on: Central Business Districts; Inner Cities; Zone in Transitions; Residential Environments; Edge of City land use; Transport and accessibility within cities; Global Cities; High-tech Cities and Future Cities

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Michael Hill is Head of Geography of Francis Holland School and an experienced author and series editor
By: Michael Hill
144 pages
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The "Access to Geography" series... has hit the right level and style for A-level students as well as lay readers. It offers a general introduction to key topics, case studies, summaries and exercises, and plentiful subheadings and bullet-points help easy navigation. -- TES Teacher 20040618
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