lecture 9 - Population continued. Demographic transition is...

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Population continued. Demographic transition is shown on a chart. It depicts births per thousand population over the span of 1910 – 1992. The low point was in 1936 (18.4) and the high point was in 1947 (26.6) during the baby boom at the end of WWII. As a result of migration (both legal and illegal) the US’s population is increasing. A chart on Age and Population shows both men and women from young to old. . Chart of fertility rate in world is shown for children produced per woman. Chart showing population growth in world is shown. Chart showing population density is shown. Y axis X axis The above is a terrible graph but imagine a line pointing upwards diagonally. This would be referred to as “strong positive.” The opposite is strong negative. This is useful when looking at graphs that have no numbers. There are also moderate pos/neg and “weak” relations in which the line is flat across the middle. Not increasing or decreasing. Chart is shown from textbook depicting mortality rate for children under five yrs old (per
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ENVIRONMEN 0000 taught by Professor Faculty during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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