EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 1 - Human Populations - Import History Trends - Fall 10

EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 1 - Human Populations - Import History Trends - Fall 10

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EVPP 111 Lecture Fall 2010 Human Populations: History, Importance, Trends Were concerns about human population growth/size expressed prior to the 21 st  century? Does everyone agree that there is a human population problem? Why do some people think that there is no human population problem? Does human population growth contribute to environmental problems? What are some examples of environmental problems/issues exacerbated by human population growth? During what part of history (approximately) has the human population been undergoing exponential/explosive  growth? To what is the exponential increase in human population over the past couple of centuries attributed?
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Unformatted text preview: What are the current trends in human population growth? Is human population size and growth uniform over the planet? During the latter part of the 20 th century did the rate of human population growth increase or decrease? During the latter part of the 20 th century did the size of the human population increase or decrease? What is the current population of the earth (approximately)? What is doubling time and what does it tell you about a population? 1 EVPP 111 Lecture Learning & Study Guide #1 Fall 2010 How do you calculate doubling time? 2...
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EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 1 - Human Populations - Import History Trends - Fall 10

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