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ap human exam

ap human exam unit 2

TermDefinition
population momentum tendency for growing populations to continue growing after a fertility decline bc of young age distrubtion
population pyraimd countries population displayed by age, gender groups on a bar graph
population density measurement of the number of people per given unit of land
rufugee person forced to leave home country bc of fear of prosecution bc of race, religion, nationality, political opinion
immigration migration to a location
zero population growth CBR declines to point where it equals CDR and NIR is zero
natural increase rate percentage by which a population grows in a year
arithmetic density total number of people divided by total land area
physiological density number of people supported by a unit of arable land
migration selectivly
Created by: chrisstallings