1 edition of Historical changes of the territorial organization of cities and their urbanized hinterlands found in the catalog.
Historical changes of the territorial organization of cities and their urbanized hinterlands
by Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geography in Brno
Written in English
|Other titles||Changements historiques de l"organisation spatiale des villes et leurs hinterlands urbanises.|
|Statement||Editor, Miroslav Macka.|
|Series||Studia geographica ;, 73|
|Contributions||Macka, Miroslav., I.G.U. Working Group on Historical Changes in Spatial Organization.|
|LC Classifications||HT119 .H57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||81167455|
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Hinterland, tributary region, either rural or urban or both, that is closely linked economically with a nearby town or city. George G. Chisholm (Handbook of Commercial Geography, ) transcribed the German word hinterland (land in back of), as hinderland, and used it to refer to the backcountry.
The majority of urbanized area residents are suburbanites; core central city residents make up about 30% of the urbanized area population (about 60 million out of million). In the United States, the largest urban area is New York City, with over 8 million people within the city limits and over 19 million in.
The hinterlands were cut-off from the city infrastructure since their restricted market size made it difficult to mobilize large-scale investment.
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The function of cities in such a system is to form markets for rural hinterlands and subordinate cities and to perform the more specialized functions that such hinterlands cannot themselves support. At the peak of such a central place system we expect to find a regional or national capital, exercising the highest administrative and commercial.
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