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What is urban? -
Define the following:
Urban -
Rural -
Urbanization -
Urban fringe -

Q. a, b, copy 15.3, 4

a) 3 provinces, highest population 1n 1991
* British Colombia
* Alberta
* Ontario

3 provinces, lowest population in 1991
* P.E.I
* Nova Scotia
* New found land

b) Provinces which become more urbanized in 1971 - 1991
* British Columbia
* Alberta
* Saskatchewan
* Manitoba
* P.E.I

Q.4
Toronto
6,210,654
Montreal
3,761,550
Vancouver
2,506,000
Ottawa-Hull
1,505,740
Edmonton
1,482,610


Site selection -

Q. 10, 12, 13

10 a)
City
Reason (#)
Niagara falls, ON
(6) a location of particular scenic beauty
Halifax, NS
(4) A point where rivers meet is a good place to trade
Calgary, AB
(8) A center position in agricultural region good for service center - gaptown
Thunder bay, ON
(5) goods can be transported
Regina, SK
(8) A center position in agricultural region good for service center - gaptown
Winnipeg, MB
(5) goods can be transported
Sudbury, ON
(3) resource
Vancouver, BC
(7) deep harbors good port
Tomson, MB
(3) resource
Kingston, ON
(9)
Montreal, PQ
(9)
St. John
(3) resource

10 b) Transportation is manipulated by hills because it is hard to go over, too long to go around, the hills.
10 c) The transportation is mainly on the west side of the harbor because there are less hills.

The growth of settlements -
Define the following:
Service-centers -
Low order products -
middle order products -
high order products -
Threshold population -

Q. 16, 17










16)
Product
How Long
Priority
Air plane
2 - 3 years
high order products
Bike
2 - 3 years
Middle order products
Milk
2 - 3 days
Low order products
CD
3 - 4 weeks
Middle order products
Movie
3 - 4 weeks
Middle order products
Dress
1 - 2 month
High order products
Wind surf board
4 - 5 years
High order products
Restaurant
1 a week
Middle order products
News paper
1 a week
Low order products
17) The computer store would sell less than a hardware store because a computer you buy 1 in about 4 -5 years, where as the hardware would sell 1-2 a month.

18)
Community
Population
Numbers of stores
Population per store
A
120,000
6
20,000
B
80,000
5
16,000
C
100,000
4
25,000
D
60,000
4
15,000
E
100,000
5
20,000
F
160,000
5
32,000
Community Distribution -
Define the following:
Service hierarchy -
Zone of influence -

Q. copy 15.14 and 15.15, 25

Metropolitan
Cities
Towns
Villages
fig-15.14

Metropolitan center
over 100,000
City
between 10,000 & 100,00
Town
between 1,000 & 10,000
Village
between 100 & 1,000
Hamlet
less than 100 people
fig-15.15

Q25 a)
Villages
Distance to nearest neighbor(km)
Clare
6
Derrynane
6
Riverstown
5
Kenilworth
4.25
Petherton
4.25
Olivet
4.25
Riverbank
4.25
Gordon ville
5
Rothsay
4.5
Teviotdale
6.25
Cotswold
3.75
Glenlec
2.5
Wagram
6.25
Farewell
3.25
Stoneywood
7.25

Q25 b) the average between all villages are 4.8 km

Q25 c)
Towns
Distance to nearest town (km)
Mount fored
15
Marriston
10
Arthur
23
Palmerston
10

Q25 d) the average between all towns are 14.5 km



Town forming-serving -
Define the following:

Town-forming -
Town-serving -

Q. 26, 28

Q 26)
* Food
* Banks
* Grocery store
* Shopping mall
* Computer store

Q 28)
1. Police officer - town serving
2. School custodian - town forming
3. Oil refinery engineer - town forming
4. Long - distance trucking driver - town forming
5. City hall clerk - town serving
6. Computer chip manufacture - town forming
Core and Periphery-

Q. 34, please refer to map for Q,35

Q.34 the people who live in the core would have a more luxury than the people who live in the periphery because the core is more urbanized then the periphery.

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