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urban area

An area which is within the city limits, or closely linked to it by common use of public utilities or services.
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The lives and livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people living in urban areas will be affected by what is done (or not done) in cities with regard to climate change over the next 510 years [3].
The urban areas were the Xicheng District located in the center of Beijing.
A comparison of a portion of the selected urban areas with nearby (within 200 km) nonurban areas generally showed more increases in temperature extremes and decreases in wind extremes in the urban areas.
By the measures used in this study the only urban area with more than 100000 people was Phnom Penh so all the urban land and population of the country for this report's purposes was in the Phnom Penh urban area.
We found that the builtup land in the Manila urban area covered nearly 1,300 square kilometers, making it the 12th largest urban area in the region in terms of size.
7 billion to states and urban areas through its Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP) to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from acts of terrorism or other catastrophic events.
Calgary and Edmonton), they were classified in the Entire Urban Area or Region category.
Urban areas next at risk will compete for the rest of funding, about $336 million.
Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C41SR) in Joint Urban Operations, considering some of the implications of urban operations, such as urban area features may impose communication limitations; urban infrastructure may offer opportunities to facilitate telecommunications; aerospace assets offer unique C41SR capabilities; and SOF may be able to offer unique C41SR capabilities.
USGS's Comprehensive Urban Ecosystem Studies (CUES) project is a specific application of the National Map designed to address issues--like unplanned development--that are unique to urban areas.
The Census also found that Marham Airfield, between Swaffham and King's Lynn, Norfolk, had the lowest proportion of households in an urban area with no access to a car or van, at 2.
In the ten years leading up to 2001, the population of the Cardiff urban area has increased by 19, 296 to 327, 706.

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