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Hi all,

Is there a specific name for the land area contained within a city/town boundary?
Would "city land area" work?

I am trying to write somethink like "low levels of investment are correlated to low amounts of city land area included in the CLUs" (where CLUs are sort of landscape units, previously defined in my paper).

Any better term?
Thank you!
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Hi,

'City land area' seems OK to me.

Or could you just say 'land', if the reader already understands that you are talking about the city?

Ciive
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I thing Boroughs is what you are searching for.

It's meant for an area defined within a city...for example, Manhattan is a Borough of New York City

EDIT: actually, I think I misunderstood your question...so ingore my answer Emotion: wink

bye

Andre
Thanks Clive!
CliveOr could you just say 'land', if the reader already understands that you are talking about the city?
I think I'll go for "city land area" then, because I'm analysing data pertaining to roughly 170 cities/town, so there is no one single city.
Hi Andrez
AndreZEDIT: actually, I think I misunderstood your question...so ingore my answer
Don't worry! Thank you for trying to help! Emotion: wink
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