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World Human Population Year Population % 2000 6,085,478,778 1.21 74,220,528 2001 6,159,699,306 1.18 73,002,863 2002 6,232,702,169 1.16 72,442,511 2003 6,305,144,680 1.14 72,496,962 2004 6,377,641,642 1.13 72,578,164 2005 6,450,219,806 1.12 72,540,568 2006 6,522,760,374 1.10 72,466,183 2007 6,595,226,557 1.09 72,442,792 2008 6,667,669,349 1.08 72,368,570 2009 6,740,037,919 1.07 72,210,364 http://www.census.gov/ipc/www/worldpop.html
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U.S. Human Population http://eire.census.gov/popest/archives/pre1980/popclockest.txt Year Population % 1990 249,464,396 1.07 2,442,810 1991 252,153,092 1.08 2,464,396 1992 255,029,699 1.14 2,555,035 1993 257,782,608 1.08 2,425,296 1994 260,327,021 0.99 2,476,255 1995 262,803,276 0.95 2,544,413 1996 265,228,572 0.92 2,752,909 1997 267,783,607 0.96 2,876,607 1998 270,248,003 0.92 2,688,696 1999 272,690,813 0.90 2,645,166
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World Human Population http://www.census.gov/ipc/www/worldpop.html Year Population % 1990 5,284,679,123 1.58 84,130,498 1991 5,368,809,621 1.56 84,182,087 1992 5,452,991,708 1.49 81,942,247 1993 5,534,933,955 1.44 80,547,532 1994 5,615,481,487 1.43 80,781,974 1995 5,696,263,461 1.38 79,253,622 1996 5,775,517,083 1.37 79,551,074 1997 5,855,068,157 1.32 78,019,039 1998 5,933,087,196 1.29 76,861,716 1999 6,009,948,912 1.25 75,529,866
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Population Characteristics Population ecology is the study of interactions within populations (i.e., intra specific interactions) Recall that populations are groups of interacting conspecifics (e.g., inter-mating) We can characterize individual populations in terms of there… Size (average vs. variation) Density (& impacts on size; density dependence) Patterns of Dispersion Demographics (age structure, sex ratios) Rates of growth (or decline) Limits on population growth
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Population Dispersion
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Why Different Types?
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Population Demographics Age Structure Sex Ratios
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Age-Structure Pyramids cohort
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(Cohort) Survivorship Curves
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More-Complicated Curve II or III I or II I (senescence)
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Reproduction
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