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Unit II Population

Ap human geogrpahy H.J De Blij

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population density representation of 100,000 people using a dot
population explosion a sudden increase in population
demographic transition model show a countries population and economic growth
Neo-Malthusian new people who believe in Malthus' theory
Thomas Malthus made a theory that one day england would starve because they would run out of food but he did not take into account immigration to the Americas and the advances of technology
J-curve its a sudden increase in data. for example the data is at zero than suddenly rises forming a j like figure
demographic equation TP= OP + B - D + I - E key: TP-total population OP-orginal population B-births D-deaths I-immigration E-emmigration
Mortality death
doubling time the time it takes for something to double in size
Created by: historia_humano