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Urban Agglomeration by Mustafa Ergen

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Urban Agglomeration
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535138983
Number of pages: 298

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People living in rural areas migrate to urban areas to secure better qualities of life, education, and health facilities and also because they believe that urban settings offer more livable conditions. These appealing features have led to rapid population growth in urban areas, which has resulted in problems that need to be solved through different urban planning and design approaches.

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