Coastal development and conflict

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1. What does the Hoyt model show?

  • It also has concentric zones, but has triangles showing forests
  • It has concentric zones, but also has sectors along linear features like roads or rivers.
  • It also has concentric zones, but has squares showing popular landmarks
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2. What does the Harris and Ullman model assume?

  • That similar industries with common land use + financial requirements develop near eachother
  • That different industries with different land use + financial requirements develop near eachother

3. What does the Harris and Ullman model show?

  • Multiple nuclei of different land uses
  • Multiples concentric circles of different land uses

4. What does the Burgess model show?

  • A settlement growing out in concentric zones from the corner
  • A settlement growing out in concentric zones from the centre
  • A settlement growing inwards in concentric zones from the outside

5. Why does tourism cause conflict at the coast?

  • Both
  • Traffic congestion, parking and noise.
  • Destroying ecosystems, coastal erosion and construction

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Tourism can destroy ecosystems and cause coastal erosion. Such as the degradation of Kenyan Reefs. The Great Barrier Reef is protected and restricted for the purpose of minimising tourism, because of this reason. However, tourism can be managed sustainably to reduce ecosystem degradation and to educate about the environment. Coastal erosion includes erosion of footpaths.

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