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able to be reused or recycled renewable
the number of births per 1,000 women fertilityrate
able to be maintained or continued sustainability
something being released, especially pollution emissions
a natural fuel such as coal or fas, formed from the remains of living things fossilfuel
the impact of human activities on the environment environmentalfootprint
the number of people or organisms that can be supported carryingcapacity
the using up of a resource consumption
governmental decisions concerning issues within a country domesticpolicy
per person percapita
the level of wealth and comforts in which someone is living livingstandards
governmental decisions concerning issues with other countries foreignpolicy
more than enough; extra surplus
a lack of something scarcity
materials or substances such as minerals, forests, water, and fertile land that occur in nature and can be used for economic gain naturalresources
parts of the world that are less technologically and economically advanced developingworld

Economy and Trade Crossword

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An economy that has characteristics of both market and command economic systems. Mixed Economy
Economy in which society's economic decisions are made by individuals deciding what to produce and buy. Market Economy
Economy where government planning group makes the basic economic decisions for the workers. Command Economy
Products a country makes best and are in demand on the world market. Specialization
Transaction where both people will be able to gain something Voluntary Trade
Slows down or prevents exchange of goods Trade Barriers
Tax placed on imported goods. Tariff
Limit on amount of foreign goods that can be imported Quota
Abbrevation for Organization of Petroleum Exporting OPEC
Trade barrier where countries won't trade with each other Embargo
Legal separation of races. Apartheid
Value of final goods and services produced GDP
Amount of goods & services produced compared to people Per Capita GDP
Knowledge and skills needed to earn a living Human Capital
Factories, machines, and technology used by people Capital Goods
Creative, original thinkers who take risks creating businesses or products Entreprenours

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

Population Vocabulary Crossword

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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

Chapter 12 Crossword

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Branch of Economics that deals with the economy as a whole Macroeconomics
Dollar value of all final goods and services produced within a country's border within a given year. GDP
These products are excluded from GDP. Intermediate
GDP after adjustments for inflation. REAl
GDP divided by the population. Percapita
the market value of goods and services produced by US residents. GNP
C + I + G + (x-M) Expenditure
an official count of all people every 10 years census
highways, levees, mass transit, etc... infrastructure
People born from 1946 to 1964. babyboomers
2.119 births per woman fertilityrate
annual dollar income used to determine poverty povertythreshold
Curve showing actual distribution of income. Lorenz
economic and social assistance from the government. welfare
SNAP is known for. foodstamps
Program requiring community service in exchange for benefits. workfare

Population Growth and Interactions Crossword

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the number of individual organisms in a given area or volume Population Density
change in a population size over a specific time frame growth rate
change in population size per individual over a given time frame per capita growth rate
highest possible per capita growth rate for a population biotic potential
results in a J shaped curve exponential growth
results in a S shaped curve logistic growth
maximum population size the environment can sustain carrying capacity
biotic factor that limits a habitat capacity density dependent factors
combined effects that limit population growth environmental resistance
abiotic factor that limits a habitat's carrying capacity density independent
advantage of favourable conditions r-selected
advantage of stable environmental conditions k-selected
competiton b/w members of the same species intraspecific
competition b/w different species interspecific
organism that kills/eats others predators
organism that is killed/consumed prey
camouflage is an ex of protective coloration
close relationship b/w different species symbiosis
both organisims benefit mutualisim
ex is cattle and cattle egrets commensalism
relationship b/w dogs and ticks parasitism
invasion & replacment of species over time succession
development of species where there's no soil 1 succession
1st species to colonize pioneer communtiy
final stage of succession climax community
wildfire is an ex of ecological disturbance
regrowth of previously existing species 2 succession
living to sustain our needs w/o compromising future generations sustainability

Chapter 2 Crossword

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Type of economic system relying on habit, custom, and ritual. traditional
organized way a society provides for the needs and wants of its people. economic system
A central authority is making all of the decisions economically Command
System in which he government owns some but not all of the factors of production socialism
the what, how, and for whom is answered by the people in this economic system. market
System in which some combination of all three economic systems exist. Mixed
GDP per person percapita
Conversion of state owned factories to private ownership privatization
certificates that could be used to buy government owned property Vouchers
forced common ownership of all agricultural and industrial enterprises collectivization
market in which goods and services are sold illegally blackmarket

population dynamics crossword puzzle

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group of organisms of the same species that live in the same area population
number of individuals per unit area population density
the presence of too many individuals in an area for available resources overpopulation
occurs when individuals of a population reproduce at a constant rate exponential growth
as resources become less available the population growth rate slows or stops logistic growth
the number os organisms of one species that can be supported in an enviroment carrying capacity
study of info about human populations demography
refers to the number of people of each different age level within a population age structure
resources that can regenerate if they are alive renewable resources
resources that cannot be replenished by natural process nonrenewable resource
a way of using natural resources without depleting them or causing long-term environmental harm sustainable development
the total of all the variety of organisms in a specific area biodiversity
unwanted change in the environment that is caused by harmful substances, wastes, gases, noise, and radiation pollution

Economic Terms Crossword

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The way a society organizes to produce, distribute, and consume goods and services. Economic System
Tradition determines how a society is organized to produce, distribute, and consume goods/services. Traditional
Individuals make most of the major decisions about production and distribution of goods and services Market
A central authority makes most of the major decisions about production and distribution of goods and services Command
Economic decisions are made by individuals, businesses, and government. Mixed
The worth of a good or service that is determined by the total cost of economic resources that went in to producing and providing a good or service. Value and Price
The amount of a resource, good, or service sellers are willing to sell at possible prices. Supply
How much people want of a good or service at a certain price at a certain time. Demand
People have desires that can be satisfied with goods or services Economic Wants
Human, natural, and capital resources used to produce a good or service. Economic Resources
Wants are unlimited and resources are limited. Scarcity
Goods and services are produced in better quality, quantity, and speed when someones focuses on one particular task. Specialization
People, businesses, and nations depend on others to produce their goods. Interdependence
Any place that allows buyers and sellers to trade goods and services Marketplace
Something that is used to buy and sell goods or services. Currency

Economic Growth Crossword

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an outward shift in the production possibility curve that results from an increase in resource supplies or quality or an improvement in technology Economic growth
inflation-adjusted output per person, real GDP/population. Real GDP per capita
a method for determining the number of years it will take for some measure to double, given its annual percentage increase Rule of 70
as it relates to economic growth, countries that develop and use advanced technologies, which then become available to follower countries. Leader countries
as it relates to economic growth, countries that adopt advanced technologies that previously were developed and used by leader countries Follower countries
an increase in the availability of a resource, an improvement in its quality, or an expansion of technological knowledge that makes it possible for an economy to produce a greater output of goods and services. Supply factors
the increase in the level of aggregate demand that brings about the economic growth made possible by an increase in the production potential of the economy Demand factor
the capacity of an economy to combine resources effectively to achieve growth of real output that the supply factors make possible Efficiency factor
total output divided by the quantity of labor employed to produce it Labor productivity
the bookkeeping of the supply-side elements such as productivity and labor inputs that contribute to changes in real GDP over some specific time period. Growth accounting
the capital goods usually provided by the public sector for use by citizens and firms Infrastructure
the knowledge and skills that make a person productive Human capital
reductions in the average total cost of producing a product as the firm expands the size of plant in the long run Economics of scale
a new firm focused on creating and introducing a particular new product or employing a specific new production or distribution method. Start-up firms

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