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Geography Population


the study of population that uses statistics to learn about population demography
the number of births per year for every 1000 people. This affects population growth. birth rate
The number of deaths per year for every 1000 people. It decreases every year. death rate
the movement of people from place to place migration
people from different countries leaving their country and moving to a new country immigration
People living in a country that is different from their birth country emigration
In the United States, it takes 25 years to double its size. doubling time
The model that uses birthrates and death rates to show changes in the population trends of a country demographic transition
is very rare, but happens when the birth rate and death rate are equal zero population growth
this happens when the annual death rate exceeds the annual death rate negative population graph
is the number of people living on a square mile or a square kilometer population density
Why is the world's population distributed unevenly on the land masses of the world?
How are the populations of Russia and China distributed? RussiaChina
What are examples of how population density can vary from country to country?
Is population density almost always the same throughout all regions of a country? (Give an example)
What is urbanization? How is it affecting the distribution and density of populations in many countries today?
How is immigration affecting the population of the US in the last 20 or 30 years?
What does the demographic information you studied from St. Louis County, Missouri and Reynolds County, Missouri tell you a bout the population distribution, population diversity and distribution of wealth in Missouri?
Created by: cdeutsch