Assignemnt2_PopulationAssignmentNewx2x - NUFS 139...

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NUFS 139 Population Dynamics- 30 Points Throughout the world, demographic indicators and age distributions of populations are maintained. By looking at these indicators and age distributions over a period of time, one can draw some conclusions about environmental and policy issues that could be operating within a country. In this activity you will Have an opportunity to construct some population pyramids that show the age distribution for a given population. Examine population pyramid patterns for three different countries and analyze environmental and /or policy issues within the countries that might create these patterns. Examine data other than simple population figures that can influence the impact of a given population on resources and the environment. In-Class Activity You should first examine the population pyramids for China, 2000, 2025 and 2050 and then discuss what environmental, resource and /or governmental issues might be influencing the patterns for each country. You are each to begin to construct four population pyramids: two each for Somalia and
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