Assignment 5- Food Supply - EAS 120 Assignment 5- Food...

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EAS 120 Assignment 5- Food Supply In order to determine whether a country could potentially produce a significant food surplus, whether a country’s potential food supply would be roughly in balance with population, or whether a country probably could not produce enough food to feed their population, I looked at the each country’s population density and the climate. If a country had a low population density, which I classified as being roughly less than 100 people per square mile, in addition to a good climate, which was generally anything other than a cold or arid climate, I colored the country blue. If a country had a fairly low population density, which I classified as being roughly less than 200 people per square mile, and was situated in a fairly decent climate, which was anything but an arid or cold polar climate, I colored the country in green. If the country had a slightly higher population density, which I determined was less than 300 people per square mile, but at least part of the country was in a warm climate, I also colored the country green. If
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course EAS 120 taught by Professor Tharp during the Fall '09 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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