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AP HG Ch 3-4 terms

Human Geography terms

population density the measure of the average population per square mile
carrying capacity the population a region can support without significant environmental deterioration
Agriculture Pop. Density the number of farmers per area of arable land
arable land land that is able to produce crops
Redistricting the process of redrawing political district lines after each census to reflect the changes in population of a state
baby boom post WWII birth rate spike that lasted from 1945-1965 in the US
Dependency Ratio the ratio of working to non-working members of a society
Potential Workforce the group of population aged 15-64 that is expected to be a society's workforce
Total Fertility Rate the average number of children who would be born per each woman of child bearing age
Anti-natalist policies programs, such as China's one-child policy that try to decrease the number of births due to high populations
Pro-natalist policies programs, such as France's paid maternity leave and free child care that try to encourage more births due to low populations
Life Expectancy the number of years an average person will live; it varies from country to country, and by age, income, race
Infant Mortality Rate the number of children who die before their first birthday
Rate of Natural Increase the rate at which a country's population increases or decreases without the impact of immigration
Created by: aphg2020