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Ben O DTM Vocabulary

DTM Vocabulary words.

TermDefinition
Demographic Transition Model Transition of high birth and death rates to low birth and death rates.
Industrial Characterizing to industry.
Industrial Revolution A period of major industrialization starting in Europe.
Crude Birth Rate Number of live births in the population.
Crude Death Rate Number of deaths in the population
Natural Increase Rate The CBR minus the CDR in the population.
Total Fertility Rate Average number of children a women may have.
Infant Mortality Rate Estimated number of infant deaths.
Zero Population Growth Limiting the number of live births to only have what is needed.
Primary Economic Activity Activities where natural resources are extracted from the Earth.
Infrastructure Physical and organizational structures of a building.
Subsistence Farming Growing enough food for yourself to survive.
Agricultural Production Occupation of cultivating land, raising livestock, etc.
Replacement Babies Babies that replace your deceased ones.
Famine Extreme scarcity of food.
Epidemic Widespread occurrence of an infectious disease.
Pandemic Disease present all over the world.
Agricultural Revolution Transition from pre-agricultural period into an agricultural period.
Mechanization The process of doing work with machinery.
The Medical Revolution Advance in medical knowledge, resulting in cures of diseases.
Created by: Ben O