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S.S. pop.

social studies

What is Winneconne's population? 2,401
What is Wisconsin's Popuation? 5.6 million
What is United States' Population? 307 million
What is World's population? 6.8 billion
The amount of people spread over a large are? Population Distribution
The amount of people per unit area (usually a square mile)= total people divided per square area Population Density
What are the effects of population? land, money, water, food, birthm deforestation, global warming, farming, no jobs, less oxygen, shelter, energy, wildlife, and poution
The Maximum number of people or species an environment can support Carrying Capacity
Number of child births per every 1,000 people per year Birth rate
Number of deathes per every 1,000 people per year Death rate
Average births per second 4.17 people
Average deaths per second 1.80 people
Average population increase 2.37 per second
Fertinity Rate 2.1
Third world countries- poor nations Developing
First world countries- wealth nations Developed
An increase in the world's agricultural producstion since the 1940's. The increase in food production gives support to the growing populations and gives aid to under developed countries Greenwhich Revolution
Advanced in medicine and health care more vacines, advanced surgeries, and increaces healthcare allows people to live longer.
Created by: everlastingluver