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Urban Environments
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Gentrification
Urbanization
Ecological footprint
Megacity
PLVI
Urban sprawl
Threshold
Ghetto
Urban conurbation
CBD
It denotes the busiest, most accessible and very high bid rent area of a city. Peak land value intersection, usually located in and around the CBD
A centripetal force. It signifies reinvestment of capital in inner city areas as well as residential rehabilitation and upgrading, may lead to commercial redevelopment
The physical expansion of city area outside the planned built up area as a consequence of unplanned urban growth
The commercial, economic core of a city, most accessible part by public transport
An urban district containing high proportion of one particular ethnic group, generally poor minority group.
the amount of biologically productive area required to sustain a population under certain technological condition and to absorb its waste.
The maximum distance people are prepared to travel for a good or service
Increase in the proportion of a population living in towns and cities
several cities or towns coalesce but usually retain their separate identities
Cities with more than 10 million inhabitants

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Increase in the proportion of a population living in towns and citiesUrbanization
An urban district containing high proportion of one particular ethnic group, generally poor minority group.Ghetto
A centripetal force. It signifies reinvestment of capital in inner city areas as well as residential rehabilitation and upgrading, may lead to commercial redevelopmentGentrification
several cities or towns coalesce but usually retain their separate identitiesUrban conurbation
the amount of biologically productive area required to sustain a population under certain technological condition and to absorb its waste.Ecological footprint
The physical expansion of city area outside the planned built up area as a consequence of unplanned urban growthUrban sprawl
Cities with more than 10 million inhabitants Megacity
The maximum distance people are prepared to travel for a good or serviceThreshold
The commercial, economic core of a city, most accessible part by public transport CBD
It denotes the busiest, most accessible and very high bid rent area of a city. Peak land value intersection, usually located in and around the CBD PLVI