Addressing Population Issues
200 years 4 minutes
Overview of Chapter 9
Population and Quality of Life
Reducing the Total Fertility Rate
Culture and Fertility
Social and Economic Status of Women
Family Planning Services
Key Questions and Concepts
13-1 Will we have enough usable water?
A. Water keeps us alive, moderates climate, sculpts the land, removes and dilutes
wastes and pollutants, and moves continually through the hydrologic cycle.
B. Only about 0.024% of the eart
The Seattle, Washington Area, U.S.
Fig. 20-1, p. 531
Core Case Study: Lake Washington
Sewage dumped into Lake Washington
1955: Edmondson discovered cyanobacteria in
Role of phosphorus
Types of Water Pollution
A. Water pollution is a global problem that varies in magnitude and type of pollutant from one region to another
B. Water pollutants are divided into eight categories which are rarely