Rural Land Use Patterns - Auburndale High School A.P Human ...

Rural Land Use Patterns - Auburndale High School A.P Human ...

Rural Land Use Patterns Village Forms Nucleated Settlement a settlement where buildings are clustered around a particular point. (Commonly found in MDCs; particularly in the USA) Dispersed Settlement where buildings

in a settlement are not clustered around a particular point but are scattered in a random fashion (Commonly found in LDCs; also found in rural areas all over the world) 2 3

Village forms Linear: settlement which follows the line of, for example, a road or river Clustered: Japan need to allocate every available foot of land for farming Round: Africa central cattle corral Grid: US township-and-range system Walled: for protection from attack 4

Patterns of Settlements Size and structure of rural regions depend on space, environment, social norms and laws Primogeniture land passed down to first born; larger plots of land (Northern Europe, Americas, S. Africa, Aus. & N.Z.) Land divided among heirs smaller (S. Europe, Asia, Africa)

Township-and-Range system U.S.; Northwest Ordinance (1787) rectangular survey system (dispersed settlers more evenly) 5

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