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    • 3.

      Linkages and flows among regions of food production and consumption

  • C)

    Rural land use and settlement patterns

    • 1.

      Types of settlements

      • a)

        Villages

    • 2.

      Agricultural land use and human settlement

      • a)

        township and range system

      • b)

        other survey systems (longot, metes, & bounds etc)

    • 3.

      von Thunen’s Model

      • a)

        Sinclair’s model vs. von Thunen’s

  • D)

    Modern commercial agriculture: the Third Agricultural Revolution

    • 1.

      Green Revolution and the beginning of the biotechnical revolution

      • a)

        Characteristics of the third revolution: blending of primary, secondary, and tertiary activities, intensification of mechanization, and development of biotechnology

        • 1.

          Primary source: U.S. Sugar Corporation

    • 2.

      Agribusiness

    • 3.

      Diffusion of industrial agriculture

    • 4.

      Biotechnology

    • 5.

      Future food supplies and environment impacts of agriculture­hopes and fears

  • E)

    Unit 5 exam

VI Unit 6 Urban Geography C1: a systematic study of human geography. C2: instruction on the use of spatial concepts and landscape analysis to examine human organization of space. C3: instruction on spatial relationships at different scales ranging from the local to the global.

Required Reading: De Blij Chapter 9

  • A)

    Definition and formation of cities

    • 1.

      five hearths of urbanization

  • B)

    Function of cities

    • 2.

      economic­introduce Central Place Theory

  • C)

    Location of Cities

    • 1.

      Urban hierarchy

      • a)

        rank size rule

    • 2.

      Central Place Theory

    • 3.

      Hexagonal Hinderlands

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