Tuesday, March 27, 2012

#California Has Most Densely Populated Cities in Nation #census #us #cities #landuse #wilderness

California Coast
California's Big Sur Coastline

Spectacular geography and rapid development since WW2 has led to highly compartmentalized land use.

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Rapid growth during and since WW2 has led California to develop dense cities compared to the East Coast reports John King at the San Francisco Chronicle reporting on US Census data.

Land use is chopped into urban, producing, and wild areas by history and geography.

See full report for further explanation: California cities most densely populated in U.S.

Though many other areas in the US have challenging and beautiful land, California also has the population attracted originally by the war effort and then by trade, weather, Hollywood and all that followed.