July 11, 2012
The Thermodynamics of Urban Development
The Economist recently published a little piece on the persistent patterns spatial analysts continue to find in the development of urban centers. Some of them, such as the application of Zipf's Law to the relative sizes of the most populous cities, might seem familiar. Others, regarding frequency of social contacts within cities and regions, might connect you to research worth bringing into the classroom.
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