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Ap Human Geography

AP Human Geography

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the # of inhabitants per unit of agricultural land. agricultural density
.the revolutionaary transformation of the agricultural practices and systems and production agricultural revolution
the pop of a country expresses as an average per unit area arithmetic density
a periodic and oficial count of a countrys pop census
anuual # of live births per 1000 live individuals within a given pop CBR
annual # of deaths per 1000 individual in a given pop CDR
a model used to represent the process of explaining the transformation of countries from high birth rates and high death rates to low birth rates and low death rates as part of the economic development of a country demography transition
the study of patterns rate of pop change demography
the age pop ratio of those typically in the labor force dependency ratio
the time it takes for a pop to double in size doubling time
the portion of the world land surface that is permanently settled by human beings ecumense
the study of factors affecting the health and illness of pop epidemiology
the term applied to the social and economic changes in agriculture commerce and manufactoring industrail revolution
a figure that describes the # of babies that die within the first year of there lives in a given pop IMR
a figure indicating how long on average a person may be expected to live life expectancy
adv in medivl tech medical revolution
pop growth measures as the excess of live birth over deaths [per 1000 individuals per year NIR
were the pop exeeds the carring cappacity overpopulation
an outbreak of a disease that spreads worldwide pandemic
the # of ppl per unit area of arable land physiologic density
same as age sex pyramid pop pyramid
the ratio of males to females ina pop at time of conception sex ratio
the average # of children born to a women during her life time as expressed for a total pop TFR
a condition of demographic balence were pop remains constant over time ZPG
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