Urban Sprawl

Essays, Papers: in current category
 
Title: Urban Sprawl
 
Essay Details
Subject: Miscellaneous
Author:
Date: February 2, 2007
Level:
Grade:
Length: 5 / 1357
No of views: 0
Essay rating: good 0, average 0, bad 0 (total score: 0)
 
Essay text:
 

The water and air quality are negatively affected, and habitats (such as farmland) are permanently altered or destroyed. McElfish also points out that maintaining a community is difficult in sprawled areas. They require more driving because workplaces, housing, schools and leisure facilities are located in separate areas...
Showed first 250 characters

Do you need an essay?
Here are the options you can choose from:
Custom essays:
  • Order plagiarism free custom written essay
  •  
  • All essays are written from scratch by professional writers according to your instructions and delivered to your email on time
  •  
  • Prices start from $12.99/page
FULL access to essays database
  • This option gives you the immediate access to all 184 988 essays
  •  
  • You get access to all the essays and can view as many of them as you like for as little
    as $28.95/month

This not only imposes a tax on time, but also makes it complicated to engage in social connections. In economic terms, sprawl encourages ?free-riding'. Exurban areas typically lack public facilities, such as community centres, parks and libraries. Residents of these areas therefore make use of the facilities in inner city areas, which are often subsidised by others...
Showed next 250 characters

If you cannot find any suitable paper on our site, which happens very rarely, you can always order custom written paper which will be written from scratch by our professional writers and deliver to you on requested time.
  • Your research paper is written by certified writers
  • Your requirements and targets are always met
  • You are able to control the progress of your writing assigment
  • You get a chance to become an excellent student!
 
Total price: $ 10.00
 
 
 
 
Common topics in this essay:
 
Currumbin creek water quality   Urban Sprawl   Ground Water Quality   How North Carolina Is Affected By Water Pollution   Urban Sprawl   Water Quality   How does human activity in watersheds affect the water quality of lakes?   The Quality of Water   Water Availibility Vs. Water Quality   Water Quality   The Quality of Drinking Water   Urban Sprawl   Urban Sprawl   Urban sprawl   urban sprawl  
 
Comments:
 
 
Similar Essays:
 
Title Pages / Words Save
Watersheds are inmportant
The water that we drink everyday comes from a watershed. The Bay Journal from the United States said that 60 percent of drinking water in America comes from rivers and river-fed lakes, so clean rivers can translate into clean drinking water...
2 / 532
Environmental Effects of Hurricane Katrina
Initially there were numerous reports of people getting strange rashes on the parts of their skin that came into contact with toxic water. The toxins in the water are suspected to have come from the wide spread debris...
2 / 428
How does human activity in watersheds affect the water quality of lakes?
quality of lakes? Water is a vital resource that sustains all living things. In Michigan, people value this abundant resource and are attractive to the thousands of inland lakes which provide aesthetic, as well as recreational opportunities throughout the year...
5 / 1332
Save our Water
Do you know what a watershed is? A watershed is the region that draws water and snowmelt into bodies of water. Every water system whether a small tributary, lake, or stream has its own watershed...
2 / 492
Water Availibility Vs. Water Quality
Water is the most precious natural resource that exists on our planet. Every living thing needs water in order to survive. If water becomes polluted, it loses its value and can become a threat to our health...
2 / 537
Water Cycle
Earth's water is always in movement, and the water cycle, also known as the hydrologic cycle, describes the continuous movement of water on, above, and below the surface of the Earth...
2 / 413
Fresh Water
Traditionally, governments respond to extra demand by increasing the water supply for urban dwellers; a practice which is becoming more and more difficult as sources of good quality water become geographically more distant, making it more expensive to explore and develop...
1 / 227
Close