EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 3 - Human Populations - Resources Urbanization Demo Trans - Fall 2

EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 3 - Human Populations - Resources Urbanization Demo Trans - Fall 2

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EVPP 111 Lecture Fall 2010 Human Populations: Resources, Urbanization, Demographic Transition Describe the discrepancy between individual resource demands in developing vs. developed nations. What is meant by the term "nonrenewable" resources? What is meant by the term "renewable" resources? What is urbanization? What are the effects of human overpopulation on nonrenewable resources? What are the effects of human population on renewable resources? What is "people overpopulation"? What is "consumption overpopulation"? In the simple model of human impacts on the environment that was presented, what are the three factors most important in  determining environment impact? How does the geographical distribution of people affect the impact of population growth?
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EVPP 111 Lecture - Learning Guide 3 - Human Populations - Resources Urbanization Demo Trans - Fall 2

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