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Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA)
Adopted in 1972.
National Flood Insurance Act
1968
Urban Parks and Recreation Recovery Act
1978
Bay Area Rapid Transit System (BART) began
1972
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created
1965
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created
1965
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) established
1975
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created
1965
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) established
1974
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) passed
1990
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) passed
1990
Empowerment Zones/Enterprise Zones formed
1994
Clinton presidency
What movement is Washington DC an example of?
City beautiful movement
What movement is Washington DC an example of?
City beautiful movement
What concept is Ebenezer Howard associated with?
Garden city
What movement is Washington DC an example of?
City beautiful movement
What concept is Ebenezer Howard associated with?
Garden city
What movement is Washington DC an example of?
City beautiful movement
What concept is Ebenezer Howard associated with?
Garden city
What concept did Pennsylvania central transportation company versus the city of New York first introduce? US supreme Court case
Transfer of development rights (TDR)
What movement is Washington DC an example of?
City beautiful movement
What concept is Ebenezer Howard associated with?
Garden city
What concept did Pennsylvania central transportation company versus the city of New York first introduce? US supreme Court case
Transfer of development rights (TDR)
What movement is Washington DC an example of?
City beautiful movement
What concept is Ebenezer Howard associated with?
Garden city
What concept did Pennsylvania central transportation company versus the city of New York first introduce? US supreme Court case
Transfer of development rights (TDR)
What did Jane Jacobs write?
Death and life of great American cities
What did Jane Jacobs write?
Death and life of great American cities
White City
Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893
What did Jane Jacobs write?
Death and life of great American cities
White City
Columbian Exposition World's Fair Chicago 1893
What did Jane Jacobs write?
Death and life of great American cities
White City
Columbian Exposition World's Fair Chicago 1893
What did Jacob Riis write?
Children of the Poor
What other book did Jacob Riis write?
Children of the Poor
What did Jane Jacobs write?
Death and life of great American cities
White City
Columbian Exposition World's Fair Chicago 1893
What did Jacob Riis write?
How the Other Half Lives (1890)
What other book did Jacob Riis write?
Children of the Poor
What did Jane Jacobs write?
Death and life of great American cities (1961)
White City
Columbian Exposition World's Fair Chicago 1893
What did Jacob Riis write?
How the Other Half Lives (1890)
What other book did Jacob Riis write?
Children of the Poor (1892)
Randall Arendt wrote?
Rural by Design (1994)
ZBB
Zero Based Budget
ZBB
Zero Based Budget
MBO
Management By Objective Peter Drucker
ZBB
Zero Based Budget
MBO
Management By Objective Peter Drucker
TIF
Tax Increment Financing
Norm Krumholz
Planning Director City of Cleveland Equity Advocacy Planning
Norm Krumholz
Planning Director City of Cleveland Equity Advocacy Planning
Burnham Plan for Chicago
1909
Peter Calthorpe
Congress for New Urbanism
Peter Calthorpe
Congress for New Urbanism
Edward Bassett
Father of Zoning
Peter Calthorpe
Congress for New Urbanism
Edward Bassett
Father of Zoning
Daniel Burnham
Father of City Planning
Peter Calthorpe
Congress for New Urbanism 1992. Transit Oriented Development.
Edward Bassett
Father of Zoning
Daniel Burnham
Father of City Planning
Ian McHarg
Father of Modern Ecology/Environmental Movement
Patrick Geddes
Father of Regional Planning
Patrick Geddes
Father of Regional Planning
Lawrence Veiller
Father of Modern Housing Code
Patrick Geddes
Father of Regional Planning
Lawrence Veiller
Father of Modern Housing Code
Paul Davidoff
Father of Advocacy Planning
Patrick Geddes
Father of Regional Planning
Lawrence Veiller
Father of Modern Housing Code
Paul Davidoff
Father of Advocacy Planning
Etzioni
Mixed Scanning
Saul Alinsky
Community Organization
Saul Alinsky
Community Organization- Hired a planner to speak for the powerless people.
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Hoyt
Sector Theory
Christaller
Central Place Theory
Christaller
Central Place Theory
Simon
Satisficing
Christopher Alexander
A Pattern Language (1977). Design principles for towns, buildings, construction
Christopher Alexander
A Pattern Language (1977). Design principles for towns, buildings, construction
Andres Duany
Form Based Codes. Seaside, Florida 1982.
Christopher Alexander
A Pattern Language (1977). Design principles for towns, buildings, construction
Andres Duany
Form Based Codes. Seaside, Florida 1982.
Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk
Form Based Codes. Seaside, Florida 1982.
Christopher Alexander
A Pattern Language (1977). Design principles for towns, buildings, construction
Andres Duany
Form Based Codes. Seaside, Florida 1982.
Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk
Form Based Codes. Seaside, Florida 1982.
Petaluma, California
First City to adopt form-based code Smart Code in 2003
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO).
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO). Attorney Euclid v. Ambler
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Clarence Perry
Neighborhood Unit
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Clarence Perry
Neighborhood Unit
Paul Lawrence
Dunbar Apartments Harlem 1930
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Clarence Perry
Neighborhood Unit
Paul Lawrence
Dunbar Apartments Harlem 1930
Henry Wright and Stein
Designed Garden City of Radburn, New Jersey
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Clarence Perry
Neighborhood Unit
Paul Lawrence
Dunbar Apartments Harlem 1930
Henry Wright and Stein
Designed Garden City of Radburn, New Jersey
Rural Resettlement Administration
Greenbelt towns
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Clarence Perry
Neighborhood Unit
Paul Lawrence
Dunbar Apartments Harlem 1930
Henry Wright and Stein
Designed Garden City of Radburn, New Jersey
Rural Resettlement Administration
Greenbelt towns
Sherry Arnstein
Defined citizen participation in terms of actual citizen control over policy decisions. Called it the "Ladder of Citizen Participation"
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Clarence Perry
Neighborhood Unit
Paul Lawrence
Dunbar Apartments Harlem 1930
Henry Wright and Stein
Designed Garden City of Radburn, New Jersey
Rural Resettlement Administration
Greenbelt towns
Sherry Arnstein
Defined citizen participation in terms of actual citizen control over policy decisions. Called it the "Ladder of Citizen Participation"
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Clarence Perry
Neighborhood Unit
Paul Lawrence
Dunbar Apartments Harlem 1930
Henry Wright and Stein
Designed Garden City of Radburn, New Jersey
Rural Resettlement Administration
Greenbelt towns
Sherry Arnstein
Defined citizen participation in terms of actual citizen control over policy decisions. Called it the "Ladder of Citizen Participation"
Jean Gottmann
Coined term megalopolis
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Clarence Perry
Neighborhood Unit
Paul Lawrence
Dunbar Apartments Harlem 1930
Henry Wright and Stein
Designed Garden City of Radburn, New Jersey
Rural Resettlement Administration
Greenbelt towns
Sherry Arnstein
Defined citizen participation in terms of actual citizen control over policy decisions. Called it the "Ladder of Citizen Participation"
Jean Gottmann
Coined term megalopolis
John Wesley Powell
Colorado River Grand Canyon Explorer
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Edward Burgess
Concentric Ring Theory
John Muir
Sierra Club 1892
Robert Moses
New York City 1920's planning expert
Clarence Perry
Neighborhood Unit
Paul Lawrence
Dunbar Apartments Harlem 1930
Henry Wright and Stein
Designed Garden City of Radburn, New Jersey
Rural Resettlement Administration
Greenbelt towns
Sherry Arnstein
Defined citizen participation in terms of actual citizen control over policy decisions. Called it the "Ladder of Citizen Participation"
Jean Gottmann
Coined term megalopolis
John Wesley Powell
Colorado River Grand Canyon Explorer
Frederick Law Olmstead Sr.
Designed Riverside, Illinois
Friedmann
Transactive planning
Lindblom
Incremental Planning
Alfred Bettman
First president of American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) 1934. Attorney Euclid v. Ambler. Cincinatti Plan 1925.
Friedmann
Transactive Planning
Harris and Ullman
Multi-nuclei planning theory
Frederick Law Olmstead Jr.
ACPI
Order of Planning Movements
Public Health 1890's. Agrarian Philosophy. Lassez-Faire. City Effecient 1900s. City Beautiful 1900s. Garden City 1910s. City Humane 1930s. City Functional 1940s.
Sir Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSoissons
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSessions
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSessions
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Columbian Exposition Chicago
1893
Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSessions
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Columbian Exposition Chicago
1893
Which two railroads met at Promontory Point, Utah to form the first transcontinental railroad?
Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads
C
Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSessions
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Columbian Exposition Chicago
1893
Which two railroads met at Promontory Point, Utah to form the first transcontinental railroad?
Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads
C
Ebenezer Howard
Tomorrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform
Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSessions
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Columbian Exposition Chicago
1893
Which two railroads met at Promontory Point, Utah to form the first transcontinental railroad?
Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads
C
Ebenezer Howard
Tomorrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform
Edward Bellamy
Looking Backward 1888
Edward Bellamy
Looking Backward 1888
Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSessions
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Columbian Exposition Chicago
1893
Which two railroads met at Promontory Point, Utah to form the first transcontinental railroad?
Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads
C
Ebenezer Howard
Tomorrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform 1898
Edward Bellamy
Looking Backward 1888
When did ACIP and ASPO join to become the APA?
1978
Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSessions
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Columbian Exposition Chicago
1893
Which two railroads met at Promontory Point, Utah to form the first transcontinental railroad?
Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads
C
Ebenezer Howard
Tomorrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform 1898
Edward Bellamy
Looking Backward 1888
When did ACIP and ASPO join to become the APA?
1978
Which US city has the highest population density?
New York
Raymond Unwin
Letchworth 1903, 1920
Louis deSessions
Welwyn 1919, 1934
Columbian Exposition Chicago
1893
Which two railroads met at Promontory Point, Utah to form the first transcontinental railroad?
Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads
C
Ebenezer Howard
Tomorrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform 1898
Edward Bellamy
Looking Backward 1888
When did ACIP and ASPO join to become the APA?
1978
Which US city has the highest population density?
New York
In utilizing the sector theory which land is given the highest values?
Along major roadways
Wildavksy is associated with which quote?
"A budget is goals with a price tag attached"
Wildavksy is associated with which quote?
"A budget is goals with a price tag attached"
What are LULUs?
Locally Unwanted Land Uses
Wildavksy is associated with which quote?
"A budget is goals with a price tag attached"
What are LULUs?
Locally Unwanted Land Uses
What is the step-down method?
Method that uses a larger geographic area to interpolate a smaller geographic area's population.
Wildavksy is associated with which quote?
"A budget is goals with a price tag attached"
What are LULUs?
Locally Unwanted Land Uses
What is the step-down method?
Method that uses a larger geographic area to interpolate a smaller geographic area's population.
What is the concept of Economic Benefit or Economic Base Analysis?
The ratio of an industry's share of local employment as compared to the national share. If the local percentage is lower than the national percentage, the local economy is importing, if it is greater it is exporting, and if equal it is neither exporting or importing.
Wildavksy is associated with which quote?
"A budget is goals with a price tag attached"
What are LULUs?
Locally Unwanted Land Uses
What is the step-down method?
Method that uses a larger geographic area to interpolate a smaller geographic area's population.
What is the concept of Economic Benefit or Economic Base Analysis?
The ratio of an industry's share of local employment as compared to the national share. If the local percentage is lower than the national percentage, the local economy is importing, if it is greater it is exporting, and if equal it is neither exporting or importing.
What is PERT?
.
Wildavksy is associated with which quote?
"A budget is goals with a price tag attached"
What are LULUs?
Locally Unwanted Land Uses
What is the step-down method?
Method that uses a larger geographic area to interpolate a smaller geographic area's population.
What is the concept of Economic Benefit or Economic Base Analysis?
The ratio of an industry's share of local employment as compared to the national share. If the local percentage is lower than the national percentage, the local economy is importing, if it is greater it is exporting, and if equal it is neither exporting or importing.
What is PERT?
.
What is the programming. For a capital improvement project CIP?
5 to 6 years
Wildavksy is associated with which quote?
"A budget is goals with a price tag attached"
What are LULUs?
Locally Unwanted Land Uses
What is the step-down method?
Method that uses a larger geographic area to interpolate a smaller geographic area's population.
What is the concept of Economic Benefit or Economic Base Analysis?
The ratio of an industry's share of local employment as compared to the national share. If the local percentage is lower than the national percentage, the local economy is importing, if it is greater it is exporting, and if equal it is neither exporting or importing.
What is PERT?
.
What is the programming. For a capital improvement project CIP?
5 to 6 years
What is the programming period for capial improvement budget?
One year
Wildavksy is associated with which quote?
"A budget is goals with a price tag attached"
What are LULUs?
Locally Unwanted Land Uses
What is the step-down method?
Method that uses a larger geographic area to interpolate a smaller geographic area's population.
What is the concept of Economic Benefit or Economic Base Analysis?
The ratio of an industry's share of local employment as compared to the national share. If the local percentage is lower than the national percentage, the local economy is importing, if it is greater it is exporting, and if equal it is neither exporting or importing.
What is PERT?
.
What is the programming. For a capital improvement project CIP?
5 to 6 years
What is the programming period for capial improvement budget?
One year
What is the smallest time frame using a cohort survival method of population analysis?
Five years
Wildavksy is associated with which quote?
"A budget is goals with a price tag attached"
What are LULUs?
Locally Unwanted Land Uses
What is the step-down method?
Method that uses a larger geographic area to interpolate a smaller geographic area's population.
What is the concept of Economic Benefit or Economic Base Analysis?
The ratio of an industry's share of local employment as compared to the national share. If the local percentage is lower than the national percentage, the local economy is importing, if it is greater it is exporting, and if equal it is neither exporting or importing.
What is PERT?
.
What is the programming. For a capital improvement project CIP?
5 to 6 years
What is the programming period for capial improvement budget?
One year
What is the smallest time frame using a cohort survival method of population analysis?
Five years
What percentage of households receive the long form of the US census?
17%
What percentage of the US population urbanized?
80.7%
What is an MSA?
Hey metropolitan area population of more than 100,000 and at least one city with 50,000.
What is an MSA?
Metropolitan Statistical Area. A metropolitan area with a population of more than 100,000 and with at least one city with a population of 50,000.
What is an MSA?
Metropolitan Statistical Area. A metropolitan area with a population of more than 100,000 and with at least one city with a population of 50,000.
Which is the smallest level at which all census data is released?
Census tract
CERCLA
Superfund
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
What is a oligotrophic body of water?
A deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
How many acres in one hectare?
2.47 acres
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
How many acres in one hectare?
2.47 acres
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
What is a littoral body of water?
Inter-tidal shallow water zone with rooted aquatic plants.
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
How many acres in one hectare?
2.47 acres
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
What is a littoral body of water?
Inter-tidal shallow water zone with rooted aquatic plants.
How many acres are there in a square mile?
640
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
How many acres in one hectare?
2.47 acres
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
What is a littoral body of water?
Inter-tidal shallow water zone with rooted aquatic plants.
How many acres are there in a square mile?
640
Where was the first urban growth boundary established?
Lexington, Kentucky in 1958
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
How many acres in one hectare?
2.47 acres
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
What is a littoral body of water?
Inter-tidal shallow water zone with rooted aquatic plants.
How many acres are there in a square mile?
640
Where was the first urban growth boundary established?
Lexington, Kentucky in 1958
What does ETJ mean?
Extra-territorial jurisdiction. Authority granted by some states to municipalities to impose zoning and subdivision regulations beyond their jurisdiction.
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
How many acres in one hectare?
2.47 acres
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
What is a littoral body of water?
Inter-tidal shallow water zone with rooted aquatic plants.
How many acres are there in a square mile?
640
Where was the first urban growth boundary established?
Lexington, Kentucky in 1958
What does ETJ mean?
Extra-territorial jurisdiction. Authority granted by some states to municipalities to impose zoning and subdivision regulations beyond their jurisdiction.
Brownfield Development
Development on a site not used or underused due to real or perceived environmental issues.
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
How many acres in one hectare?
2.47 acres
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
How many acres are there in a square mile?
640
Where was the first urban growth boundary established?
Lexington, Kentucky in 1958
What does ETJ mean?
Extra-territorial jurisdiction. Authority granted by some states to municipalities to impose zoning and subdivision regulations beyond their jurisdiction.
Brownfield Development
Development on a site not used or underused due to real or perceived environmental issues.
Leapfrog Development
Describes a type of sprawl where new development is not contiguous with existing development.
Brownfield Development
Development on a site not used or underused due to real or perceived environmental issues.
Leapfrog Development
Describes a type of sprawl where new development is not contiguous with existing development.
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
How many acres in one hectare?
2.47 acres
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
What is a littoral body of water?
Inter-tidal shallow water zone with rooted aquatic plants.
How many acres are there in a square mile?
640
Where was the first urban growth boundary established?
Lexington, Kentucky in 1958
What does ETJ mean?
Extra-territorial jurisdiction. Authority granted by some states to municipalities to impose zoning and subdivision regulations beyond their jurisdiction.
Brownfield Development
Development on a site not used or underused due to real or perceived environmental issues.
Leapfrog Development
Describes a type of sprawl where new development is not contiguous with existing development.
Greenfield Development
Development on a site never developed before.
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
Grayfield Development
Development on a vacant urban or suburban site that was formerly developed but is now obsolete.
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
What us the purpose of the 100th meridian?
Separates east and west by rainfall, runs through North and South Dakota and Oklahoma panhandle marking the east which receives 20 inches more precipitation per year from the drier West
What is a drumlin?
A glacial form shaped like half of an egg.
What is an esker?
Long narrow hill of sand and gravel in an area once covered bu ice
What is a moraine?
Glacial deposit of rock and soil.
What is a wrack?
Algae, plant and animal materials that accumulate on beaches at high water marks.
What is a palustrine body if water?
A swamp or marsh type of non-tidal wetlands with cattails.
CERCLA
Superfund - Comprehensive Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 1980
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
What is a lacustrine body of water?
Lake
What is an oligotrophic body of water?
Deep lake with few nutrients and little organic material.
What is a littoral body of water?
Inter-tidal shallow water zone with rooted aquatic plants.
How many acres are there in a square mile?
640
What is a littoral body of water?
Inter-tidal shallow water zone with rooted aquatic plants.
How many acres are there in a square mile?
640
Where was the first urban growth boundary established?
Lexington, Kentucky in 1958
Greenfield Development
Development on a site never developed before.
NEPA
National Environmental Protection Act 1969
Grayfield Development
Development on a vacant urban or suburban site that was formerly developed but is now obsolete.
When was the State Standard Zoning Enabling Act adopted?
1924
What year was the Standard State City Planning Enabling Act adopted?
1928
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (1986)
RCRA
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976)
Grayfield Development
Development on a vacant urban or suburban site that was formerly developed but is now obsolete.
When was the State Standard Zoning Enabling Act adopted?
1924