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    Using Census Information in Planning In a number of countries‚ the population census plays a major role in the allocation of elected political seats in government. The number of elected officials for each governmental administrative unit is determined by the population size of a given locale. For some countries‚ the information is also used in the allocation of government resources. The size of the population determines‚ in part‚ the amount of money that is provided by government for development

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    302. An Assignment on Various Population Matters. Population Definition. Population is a term which refers to the total human inhabitants of a specified area such as; a continent‚ a country‚ or a city‚ at a given time. It can be defined further in a number of ways depending on the various aspects of population that one would be looking at. It can refer to the various aspects of population such as age‚ ethnicity‚ race‚ or region. For example‚ population size may refer to either the total

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    HL Geography study guide Unit 4: Patterns in resource consumption Vocab Carrying capacity the max. population size that an area can sustainably support given the current conditions and resources available Population ceiling the point where Earth’s ability to support us is lower than our ability to produce more babies; acts as a barrier/lid to population growth Optimum population when there’s a balance between the people in a country and the availability of its resources and technology

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    Religion is and always has been very important to the human population as a whole. It is the groundwork of society in that it controls the way that people think and act. This idea of the impact of religion on society can be displayed through the English colonial developments of the New England and Middle Colony regions. The colonies in these two regions were founded for the purpose of religious freedom rather than some of the other colonies such as the ones in the Chesapeake area that were began

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    America’s most prominent and problematic issue. Population growth‚ the U.S. population is growing by over 2‚000‚000 people per year‚ 240 people per hour‚ about half from new births and half from immigration. An issue that not only devastatingly impacts our economy‚ but is rapidly depleting our environment. Such as‚ the Central Valley Aquifer which loses the water equivalent of 1 Lake Mead each year. The underlying factor catalyzing the rapid growth in population was the swift progression in technology.

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    Gerontology Education Capstone GEN 497 Lauren Hall-Davis 08/05/2013 This report will cover the significance of technology and the aging population. It will discuss the importance these technological changes will make in the lives of the elderly and the problems that may occur because of these same changes. It is important to study these changes and how they may affect us to prepare for how we can best handle this changing world and prevent some of these negative effects while reaping

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    their kids as to take them on the straight path and to make a picture- perfect future so that they become successful. But they are too busy to glance up‚ look and understand‚ what goes on in the minds of youngsters. Making high school‚ years to study‚ and be with your books most hours of the day‚ limiting their sources‚ and keeping them treasured will not make them successful‚ because to become successful you don’t need to learn or memorize. Moreover‚ these external indicators can pressure children

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    The word “Population Growth” has its origin from the latin words ‘Populus’ meaning people. According to ecological term; “population is group of people of the same species occupying a particular space”. Population is subdivided further into demes or local population which is group of interbreeding organism in demes; they share a common gene pool. Population density is defined as a number of individual per unit area or per unit volume of environment. When the size of the individual is uniform the

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    Which population is considered the “sensitive population”? The population of children under 15 and women of childbearing age is considered as “sensitive population”. It is the age group that is more at risk and sensitive to certain substances. b) For the fish species‚ I chose in Upper Niagara River‚ which are Brown Trout‚ Rainbow Trout‚ Pumpkinseed‚ there was not a significant different between the consumption advisories between the general population and the sensitive population. For

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    Population Revision Notes * Population distribution is how a population is spread (distributed) over an area of land. * Population density is the average number of people living in an area‚ given as people per square kilometer. The equation is Population Density = * The terms densely populated and sparsely populated are used to refer to areas with high and low population densities. * The term population density refers to the average number of people in the area and tells is nothing

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