POPULATION GROWTH

POPULATION GROWTH - POPULATION GROWTH POPULATION Rapid...

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POPULATION GROWTH POPULATION GROWTH Rapid increases in world population Rapid increases in world population since the 17 since the 17 th th century with detrimental century with detrimental social consequences social consequences
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Population Growth Population Growth Size Composition Density Cultural Diversity Socio-Economic Inequality
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Demography Demography Study of human population: size, Study of human population: size, composition, growth, and composition, growth, and distribution distribution
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Consequences of Growth Consequences of Growth Limited Natural Resources Increased Socio-Economic Inequality Skewed contribution to environmental problems Conditions favorable to displacement of populations Political instability
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Population Size Population Size In 1950, the world population was 2.6 billions In 2007, the world population is 6 billions In the period of almost five decades, the population has on the average increased 600 million per decade
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Measures of Growth
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