SETTLEMENT

HERE YOU WILL GET KNOWLEDGE ON SETTLEMENT COVERING ISSUES LIKE
DEFINITION OF SETTLEMENT
CATEGORIES, TYPES, AND CHARACTERISTICS OF SETTLEMENTS
FUNCTIONS OF SETTLEMENT AND THEIR IMPORTANCE
FACTORS WHICH LEAD TO GROWTH OF SETTLEMENT
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH URBAN GROWTH
WAYS OF SOLVING EXISTING PROBLEMS RELATED TO URBAN GROWTH

Factors that influence development of linear settlement pattern

The following are factors that influence the development of a linear settlement pattern People settle along rivers for water provision people settle along roads and railways for ease of transport people settle along forest for accessing forest products such as firewood and charcoal people settle along ridges for easy house construction and security people settle …

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25 Factors for urbanization in Uganda (updated)

Urbanization is a process whereby an increasing number of formerly rural residents become Residents in towns or urban centres. It can also be defined as a process whereby the Rural areas develop into towns or cities. The following are factors that have favored urbanization in Uganda: Climate, The central region is more urbanized than any …

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Problems and benefits which comes with urbanization

Urbanization means an increase in the proportion of people living in urban areas compared to rural areas. An urban area is a built-up area such as a town or city. A rural area is an area of countryside. Urbanization brings about certain effects There negative and positive effects. These effects affect both the source (rural areas) and …

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6 factors affecting the growth of settlement in Africa

6 factors affecting the growth of settlement in Africa

A settlement is a place where people live. A settlement may be as small as a single house in a remote area or as large as a megacity (a city with over 10 million residents).   A settlement may be permanent or temporary. An example of a temporary settlement is a refugee camp. However, a temporary settlement may become permanent over time. …

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Form four Geography syllabus

1. ELEMENTARY SURVEY AND  MAP MAKING Meaning of surveying Types of surveying Focus on chain survey and leveling Leveling Focus on application of these techniques 2. INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH Objectives of Research work Stages of research  work 3. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES  AND MANAGEMENT Types of environmental problems in Tanzania Loss  of biological diversity in plants and …

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