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The average period that a person may expect to live. Life Expectancy
The deaths of infants and children under the age of 5 Child Mortality
The number of live births per thousand of population per year. Birth Rates
A poor agricultural country that is seeking to become more advanced economically. Developing Countries
Is the process by which an economy is transformed from primarily agricultural to one based on the manufacturing of goods. Industrialization
graphical illustration that shows the distribution of various age groups in a population (typically that of a country or region of the world), which forms the shape of a pyramid when the population is growing. Population Pyramid
The study of the characteristics of human populations, such as size, growth, density, distribution, and vital statistics. Demographics
Movement of one part of something to another. Can happen within a country or from one country to another. Migration
is a measurement of population per unit area or unit volume – usually measured per 1000. Population Density
A survey of a given area, resulting in an account of the entire population and often the gathering of other data relating to that population at a specific time. Census
A community or settlement with a population of 2,000 or more Urban
he number of deaths per 1,000 population in a given year. Death Rate
A large concentration of population, usually an area with 100,000 or more people. Metropolitan Area
A group of objects or organisms of the same kind. Population
Also known as industrialized countries (or regions), include Europe (including all of Russia), the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. More Developed Ctry

Population Ecology Crossword

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All the members of a species living in the same place at the same time. Population
_____________________ growth means that a population size grows at a faster rate when the population is larger. exponential
Birth rate minus death rate. growth rate
The maximum number of offspring that an organism can have in their lifetime. reproductive potential
The maximum population that the ecosystem can support indefinitely. Carry capacity
________________ occurs when individuals or populations attempt to use the same resources. competition
One organism that consumers another for energy. Predation
Symbiotic relationship where one benefits and the other is harmed. Parasitism
Symbiotic relationship where both benefit. Mutualism
Symbiotic relationship where one benefits and the other is unaffected. Commensalism
The relative distribution or arrangement of a population. Dispersion
The study of human population growth. Demography
Moving into an area. Immigration
Moving out of an area. Emigration
The distribution of ages in a specific population at a certain time. Age Structure
The percentage of members of a group that are likely to survive to any given age. Survivorship
The number of babies born each year per 1,000 women in a population. Fertility rate
The average number of years a person is to live. Life expectancy
What do you call a model that describes how changes in population size can occur. demographic transition
Land that can be used to grow crops arable
Term that means more people are living in cities than in rural areas. Urbanization

Human Population Vocabulary Crossword

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The study of human populations and population trends Demography
The movement of people out of a country or region Emigration
The average number of years an infant born can be expected to live Life expectancy
An age structure diagram that is the widest at the bottom and smallest at the top, typical of developing countries Population pyramid
Visual representation of the number of individuals within specific age groups for a country Age structure diagram
The movement of people out of a country or region immigration
A country with relatively high levels of industrialization and income developed country
The number of deaths of children under 1 year of age per 1,000 live births Infant mortality
The number of years it takes a population to double Doubling time
The number of births per 1,000 individual per year. Crude birth rate

POPULATION Crossword

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The number of people per square kilometre is called population ............ DENSITY
The study of populations is called........ DEMOGRAPHICS
The birth rate minus the death rate is called the rate of........(2 words) NATURALINCREASE
People moving permanently INTO a country IMMIGRATION
The original inhabitants of a country INDIGENOUS
The amount of time one can expect to live, life....... EXPECTANCY
The spread of people on the earth's surface DISTRIBUTION
85% of Australia's population live in the ....areas COASTAL
The rate of people dying is the....rate MORTALITY
Another name for the birth rate,....rate FERTILITY
A higher level of.....allows for greater life expectancy TECHNOLOGY
Another name for city areas URBAN
Another name for country areas RURAL
People moving permanently OUT of a country EMIGRATION
Permanent movement of people In or OUT of a country MIGRATION
Less babies and people living longer, leads to an.....population AGEING
Australian Bureau of Statistics (1,1,1) ABS
Australia's population is...evenly distributed NOT

Population Wordsearch

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BIRTH CONTROL
BIRTH RATE
DEATH RATE
DENSELY
DENSITY
DISTRIBUTION
DTM
INFANT MORTALITY
LEDC
LIFE EXPECTANCY
MEDC
MIGRATION
ONE CHILD POLICY
POPULATION PYRAMIDS
SPARSELY

Unit 2- Population and Migration Crossword

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The pattern of people scattered over an area Population Distribution
The number of people within a given area Population Density
Examples of ___ are things like culture, economics, and history Human Factors
Climate, Landforms, and Water Bodies are examples of ___? Physical Factors
The habitable parts of the world ecumane
Measure of a number of people within a given area Arithematic Density
Measure of the number of people per farmable land Physiological Density
Measure of the number of farmers per farmable land Agricultural Density
More laws, and cities with greater power Political
More jobs, higher tax base, increase in poverty Economic
More education, more health care, greater diversity social
Deforestation, pollution, natural resource decrease Environment
The number of people an area can properly sustain Carrying Capacity
A ____ provides a visual representation of population in terms of age and gender Population Pyramid
___ is growth distinguished by a wide base Rapid Growth
___ is a growth characterized by a rectangular shape stable growth
___ is a growth where the base is smaller than than previous cohorts Declining Growth
___ is a growth where there are significant gaps in the population pyramid Disrupted Growth
The average number of births a women will have during her childbearing years TFR
The number of live births in a single year for every 1,000 people Birth Rate
Number of deaths in a single year for every 1,000 people Mortality Rate
Number of deaths during the 1st year of life Infant Mortality Rate
Number of deaths between the ages of 1 and 5 Child Mortality Rate
Number of deaths during or shortly after childbirth Maternal Mortality Rate
The act of involving a degree of permanence when moving to a new locale Migration

Population Ecology Crossword

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The number of organisms per unit area is___________. Population Density
___________________ is any factor in an environment that does not depend on the number of organisms per unit area. Density- independent factors
___________________ is any factor in an environment that does depend on the number of organisms per unit area. Density- dependent factors
This explains how fast a given population grows. Population Growth Rate
The ______________________ shows rapid population increase due to more reproduction. Exponential Growth Model
The _________________ shows when the population‘s growth slows/stops, following exponential growth. Logistic Growth Model
Environments reach its _____________ when there are limited resources left. Carrying capacity
The _____________ is a pattern that contains long life spans and is larger in size. K-strategist
The __________ pattern includes short life spans and are smaller in size. R-strategist
This is the study of human population size, density, distribution, movement, and birth/death rates. Demography

Human Population Growth - Crossword Puzzle

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development on the edge of cities and towns urban sprawl
tells us the size of a population within various age groups age structure
people leaving an area emigration
number of years someone is expected to live life expectancy
s-curve logistic
study of population changes demography
j-curve exponential
ratio of deaths death rate
ratio of births birth rate
people coming into an area immigration
number of children born to a woman in her lifetime fertility rate
how quickly (or slowly) a population's size is increasing (or decreasing) growth rate
shift to machines, factories, and mass production industrial revolution
growth of urban areas urbanization
changes in a population's growth as it becomes more industrialized/urbanized demographic transition

Chapter 6 Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

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Optimum level that would allow most people to live in reasonable comfort and freedom without impairing the ability of the planet to sustain future generations cultural carrying capacity
The number of people leaving a population subtracted from the people entering a population during a specific period of time gives you this population change
The number of live births per 1,000 people in a population in a given year crude birth rate
The number of deaths per 1,000 people in a population in a given year crude death rate
The average number of children that couples in a population must bear to replace themselves replacement-level fertility
The average number of children born to women in a population during their reproductive years total fertility rate
The number of children per 1,000 live births who die before one year of age infant mortality rate
The average number of years a newborn infant can expect to live life expectancy
The movement of people into and out of specific geographical areas migration
The distribution of males and females among age groups in a population age structure
As a countries become industrialized their death rates and then their birth rates decline demographic transition
What provides educational and clinical services that help couples choose how many children to have and when to have them? family planning

The Study of Population Crossword

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When someone takes age, gender, health, etc. into account while observing a population (study of...) Demography
Total number of people in a certain land area Population Density
To count the number of members living inside of a 24 sq. mile land area Arithmetic Density
To explain economic differences between countries by counting the number of farmers per area of arable land Agricultural Density
A way of expressing how the people of an area are in a relationship regarding resources with the land around them Physiological Density
Highly concentrated area that includes China, Japan, the Korean Peninsula, etc. East Asia
Highly concentrated area that includes Germany, France, England, etc. Europe
ighly concentrated area that includes Indonesia Southeast Asia
Highly concentrated area that includes India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, etc. Southasia
Sparsely populated due to little water and resources Drylands
Area that isn't suitable for agriculture due to high levels of precipitation Wetlands
An area with such an extreme temperature that humans cannot survive off of the resources provided Cold Lands
Sparsely populated because of steep mountains High lands
Type of map in which only population is shown Cartogram
Used to determine the number of people in a certain area Census
Number of births compared to every 1000 people in a population during a one year span Crude Birth Rate
You use CBR and CDR to determine this percentage Natural Increase Rate
Number of deaths compared to every 1000 people in a population during a one year span Crude Death Rate
A population will go from 100 to 200 in 6 months Doubling Time
The number of babies born compared to the number that die Infant Mortality Rate
During a woman's childbearing years she's expected to have a certain number of babies based off of others Total Fertility Rate
Amount of time in which a baby when born is thought to live Life Expectancy

best place in the world Crossword

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an official enumeration of the population, with details as to age, sex,occupation, etc. Census
the science of vital and social statistics, as of the births, deaths, diseases, marriages, etc., of populations. demography
a high population in relation to the area that contains. population distribution: the pattern of where people live dense population
the pattern of where people live population distribution
is the number of people per unit of area, population density
the number of live births per thousand of population per year. birth rate
the number of people who die each year for every 1000 people in the country death rate
The doubling time is the period of time required for a quantity to double in size or value doubling time
the total value of goods produced and services provided in a country during one year. gross domestic product
is a statistical measure of the average time an organism is expected to live is a statistical measure of the average time an organism is expected to live is a statistical measure of the average time an organism is expected to live life expectancy
The percentage of people over 15 in a country that can read literacy rate
A rise in population Because the birth rate is higher than the death rate natural increase
The average amount of money earned in a certain year by a person per capita income
The different ways that people use land , for example, for farms, houses, roads, etc. land use
The ways in which people organize the land in which they live. settlement patterns
The physical features of an area Site
the relationship between a site it’s surroundings, such as available natural resources, transportation routes, etc. Situation