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What is a Nodal Centre? - Geography

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What is a Nodal centre?

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A town, which is at the junction of many routes is usually very important and is known as a nodal centre. A nodal centre has generally a dense settlement. Big towns, having dense settlements, reflect the availability of industry and commerce. The availability of minerals can also cause the growth big towns.

Concept: Concept of Interpretation of Topographical Maps
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ICSE ICSE Class 10 Geography
Chapter 1 Map Study: Interpretation and Topographical Maps
Short Questions | Q 15
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