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Block I - Population T.P. Sampere Question Answer 1 List the first four planets from the Sun? Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars 2 If you look at Table 1.1, what stands out as a factor making the Earth inhabitable? The mean temperature, not too hot or too cold 3 Which compositional Zone do we spend most of our lives interacting with? Crust 4 Minerals in the Earth’s Crust contain much of what two Elements? Feldspars and Quartz 5 Most complex life evolved in the last ___ million years? 500 6 What is the Earth’s population? 7 Billion 7 What was the Earth’s Population around the 1830’s? What about 1950? A. 3 Billion B. 2520 Billion 8 What are some factors that affect population growth? Health Care, Age of the population, Immigration, Emigration, Societal Values, Government Policies 9 Currently which country has the highest population growth rate? Africa 10 Does a low growth rate necessarily mean low growth? Why? No, because rates of growth can change with time and circumstances and the current age demographic of a country will affect future growth rates.
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Unformatted text preview: 11 Most of the world’s population is in ____. Asia 12 Which side of the United States is more densely populated? Population density varies dramatically regionally 13 State a few issues that come to mind regarding “overpopulation” that concern you. A. Pollution B. Proverty 14 Name a few resources that would be considered scarce or non-renewable? Oil, Coal, Natural Gas 15 What might be some reasons people would build in for the most part “undesirable” areas. Meaning they may be subject to natural disasters when other land is available. To build Housing, stores, schools, etc. Also to build the economy and draw attraction to the area 16 If you can find the population density of Lake Charles or the City You live in? The Internet 17 I was curious from a student’s perspective when you see pictures like shown at the end of the slide set, what do you think in general. What comes to mind? We need to do better as a community in keeping our oceans and lands clean...
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