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Env Science Week 5

Week 5 Vocabulary for Environmental Science

Developed country countries like the USA, Japan, & Germany where population growth is low and resources are more abundant (high income level); generally associated with CONSUMPTION CRISIS
Developing country countries like India, Ethiopia, and most African countries where population growth is very high and there are low amounts of resources for all the people (middle & low incomes); generally associated with POPULATION CRISIS
Population density number of people in a specific area of land; large population in a small area=high pop. density; small population in a large area=low pop. density
Total fertility rates average number of children each woman has in her lifetime
Population crisis number of people is growing too fast to be supported; generally associated with developing countries
Consumption crisis resources are being consumed faster than they can be replaced or renewed or cleaned up (pollution); generally associated with developed countries
Created by: jodytwining