Hand-drawn Concentric Circles - PowerPoint Slides

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Download this editable hand-drawn Burgess Model of Concentric Circles for immediate use. Ideally used to show zonal and concentric pattern of land use, this 23 slide PPT template can be put to alternate use too. Use them to describe roles within an organization or any other organizational process or inter-related goals. You can straightaway insert them into your presentation or you can transform them in minutes to fit your presentation theme.

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Hand-drawn Concentric Circles - PowerPoint Slides

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