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Unit 2/3 stack 5

oconnor group 5

Neo-Malthusian refers to people with the same basic concerns as Malthus, who advocate for population control programs, to ensure resources for current and future populations; differ from Malthus's theories mainly in their enthusiasm for contraceptive techniques
Overpopulation undesirable condition where an organism's numbers exceed the carrying capacity of its habitat
Population Densities measurement of population per unit area or unit volume
Population Distribution manner in which a biological taxon is spatially arranged; not based on movement but position within an area
Population Explosion a rapid increase in the size of a population caused by such factors as a sudden decline in infant mortality or an increase in life expectancy
Place Utility the desirability and usefulness of a place to an individual or to a groups such as a family
Push-Pull Factors Consist of negative conditions and perceptions that make people leave their home and migrate to a different place. Consist of positive conditions that attracts people and bring them in
Refugee People who have left their home country because of political problems and persecution and want peace within another country
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