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Ch 25

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Ch 25

  1. 1. “ Resources and Regions: The Global Distribution of Industry” Chapter 25
  2. 2. Major Industrial Regions of the World West and Central Europe Eastern North America Russia and Ukraine East Asia
  3. 3. Industrialization through World War I Europe
  4. 4. Industrialization through World War I North America
  5. 5. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --increasing dependence on oil and natural gas
  6. 7. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions North America
  7. 8. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions North America
  8. 9. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions Europe
  9. 10. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions Europe
  10. 11. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions Former Soviet Union
  11. 12. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions Eastern Asia
  12. 13. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions South Asia
  13. 15. What is a growth pole? <ul><li>…An urban center that has certain attributes that , if augmented by a measure of investment support, will stimulate regional economic development </li></ul>
  14. 16. What is deindustrialization? Where and why is it occurring?

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