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Ex: China's one child policy ANTINATALISM
Ex: Stage 2-3 going to work in stage 4 countries BRAINDRAIN
The number of deaths per 1,000 people CDR
A complete enumeration of a population (every 10 years) CENSUS
The migration of people to a certain location because family members of the same nationality previously migrated there CHAINMIGRATION
Young _____, working _____, elderly _______. COHORT
Ex: birth control CONTRACEPTION
Ex: ideas, cultural traits, disease DIFFUSION
Ex: the pilgrims _______ from England EMIGRATION
The intentional killing of infant girls FEMALEINFANTICIDE
Ex: the pilgrims ________ to America IMMIGRATION
Ex: European immigrants trying to go to North America but cannot because of the Atlantic ocean INTERVENINGOBSTACLE
Ex: A migrant stops and decides to stay at a location along her journey INTERVENINGOPPORTUNITY
Defined as the lack of necessary resources to meet the needs of the population of the defined area OVERPOPULATION
A tool that geographers and demographers use to analyze population's sex ratio POPULATIONPYRAMID
Ex: Singapore encourages families to have multiple children through ads campaigns and contest PRONATALISM
Ex: Nice climate, freedom, or better food supply PULLFACTOR
A person who is forced to migrate from their home country and cannot return for fear of persecution due to their religion, race, etc. REFUGEE
Ex: A worker who emigrated from Africa sends back money to his family REMITTANCES
Ex: UNHCR for refugees REPATRIATION
Process to control immigration in which individuals w/certain backgrounds are barred from immigrating SELECTIVEMIGRATION
Ex: natural resources that humans can use SUSTAINABLITIY
Ex: Farm to village to town to city STEPMIGRATION
The ability to conceive children or young FERTILITY
Ex: difficulty such as food shortage, war, flood, etc. PUSHFACTOR

DEBATE Word Search

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Description

AFFIRMATIVE
AMNESTY
ARGUMENT
ASYLUM
BORDERS
BRAINDRAIN
CITIZEN
CLAIM
CUSTOMS
DATA
DIASPORA
EMIGRATION
ENFORCEMENT
ILLEGAL
IMMIGRATION
LEGAL
NATURALIZATION
NEGATIVE
REFUGEES
RESOLUTION
SPEECH
STATUSQUO
TOPIC
VISA
WARRANT

Migration Crossword

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Description

The type of migration when the Europeans sought laborers FORCED
How did settlement alter the make up of native populations? Diseases
Regions gain population through...? IMMIGRATION
The relative long distance movement INTERREGIONAL
Immigrating to where jobs seem to be available is called ___________ labor migration INTERNATIONAL
Moving from place to place within a country is called ____________ mobility RESIDENTIAL
Regions lose population through ________? EMIGRATION
When people are compelled to migrate without legal international protection Displacement
Migration induced by the environment called _______ migration FORCED
A form of temporary migration Tourism
Movement constrained within a region (eg. Deptford to Glassboro) INTRAREGIONAL
A reason for Early Migration? Resources
Ancestral Populations evolved from ______ _______ EASTAFRICA
Due to a demand for cheap labor, caused this "scattering" affect of native Chinese people (eg. answer is from the bible, dealing with the people of Israel) Diaspora
Secluded areas designed for cultural preferences causes a _______ of cultures (eg. resorts) CLASH
Where did settler migration originate? Europe

Migration Wordsearch

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Description

Advantages
Country
Disadvantages
Education
Emigration
Experiences
Family
Immigration
Jobs
Journey
Migration
Place
Pull
Push

Chapter 4 Vocabulary Crossword

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Description

Scientific study of interactions among organisms and their environment. Ecology
Group of similar organisms that can breed and produce fertile offspring. Species
Group of individuals that belong to the same species and live in the same area Population
All different populations that live together in an area Community
Biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment. Ecosystem
All living organisms that inhabit an environment Biotic factors
All life forms on Earth. Biosphere
Non-living parts of an organism's habitat. Abiotic factors
Place where an organism lives. Habitat
Any necessity of life such as water nutrients light food or space. Resource
Number of individuals in a population. Population size
Number of individuals per unit Sq. Population density
Percentage of the population (or number of people of each sex )at each age level in a population Age structure
Graph of the number of males and females with different age groups of a population. Age structure diagram
Number of males per hundred females in the population. Sex ratio
Graph showing the the number of survivors in different age groups for a particular species. Survivorship curve
Moving into a population. Immigration
Leaving a population. Emigration
Movement from one place to another. Migration
Occurs when a fixed percentage of new people is added to a population each year resulting in ever-increasing population. Exponential growth
An environmental factor that prevents a population from freezing. Limiting factor
Largest number of individuals of a population that an environment can support. Carrying capacity
Growth pattern in which a population's growth rate slows or stops following a period of exponential growth. Logistic growth
Dependent factor-are limiting. Density
A limiting factor whose influence changes with population density; includes competition predation, and disease. Desity-dependent factor
A limiting factor whose influence is not affected by population density; includes catastrophic events. Density-independent factor
The growth rate of a population under ideal conditions. Biotic potential

Literary Devices Crossword

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Description

Repetition of a beginning sound for effect. Alliteration
Reference to a well known character or event from history, literature etc. Allusion
Repetition of the sound of a vowel or diphthong. Ex: belt, felt Assonance
Reassurance of similar sounds especially consonants. Ex: pitter, patter. Consonance
A positive statement expressed by negating its opposite expressions. Litotes
a long narrative poem about someone who does heroic deeds. Ex: The Oddessy Epic
Language that uses words or expressions with a meaning that is different from the literal interpretation. Figurative Language
Poetry that is free from limitations of regular meter or rhythm and does not rhyme with fixed forms. Free Verse
Extreme Exaggeration. Hyperbole
Phrase or word stating one unlike thing is another Metaphor
Words that imitate sound. Onomatopoeia
Giving human qualities to inanimate objects. Personification
Repeats same word or phrase to make idea more clear Repetition
Correspondence of sound between the words or the endings of words especially when these are at the ends of lines of poetry. Rhyme
Comparing two unlike things using 'like' or 'as' Simile
The person telling the story. (Not to be confused with author) Speaker
A group of lines forming the basic reassuring metrical unit in a poem; a verse, Stanza
Mental Picture created by the way the author writes Imagery
Story poem or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one. Ex: Animal Farm Allegory
Phrase so overused it lost its original meaning. Cliche
The use of humor, irony exaggeration or ridicule to expose and criticize peoples stupidity or vices. Ex: Animal Farm Satire

vocab unit 2 Word Search

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Description

VOLUNTARY MIGRATION
TRANSNATIONAL MIGRATION
TRANSHUMANCE
STEP MIGRATION
SOCIAL
SLAVERY
RURAL TO URBAN MIGRATION
REFUGEE
PUSH FACTORS
PULL FACTORS
POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES
POLITICAL
INTERVENING OPPORTUNITY
INTERVENING OBSTACLE
INTERNAL REFUGEE
INTERNAL MIGRATION
GUEST WORKERS
GENOCIDE
FORCED MIGRATION
ETHNIC CLEANSING
ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES
DEPENDENCY RATIO
CULTURAL
CHAIN MIGRATION
ASYLUM SEEKER

Chapter 6 Human Population and its Impact Crossword

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Description

(births + immigration) - (deaths + emigration) POPULATIONCHANGE
the number of live births occurring among the population of a given geographical area during a given year, per 1000 people CRUDEBIRTHRATE
the number of deaths occurring among the population of a given geographical area during a given year, per 1,000 people CRUDEDEATHRATE
number of children born to a woman during her lifetime FERTILITYRATE
Average number of years a person is expected to live LIFEEXPECTANCY
Immigration/Emigration MIGRATION
1946-1964, massive jump in human population, affected the economy. BABYBOOM
PreIndustrial Transitional Industrial PostIndustrial STAGESOFECONOMICDEVELOPMENT
The maximum number of people who could live in reasonable freedom and comfort indefinitely CULTURALCARRYINGCAPACITY
visual aids, which show the distribution of males and females in each age group. agestructurediagrams
Epidemic that kills many young adults, which causes a drop in life expectancy AIDS
Doubling time= 70/annual growth rate Ruleof70
Average number of children a couple must have to replace themselves Replacementlevelfertilityrate
Average number of children born to women in a population Totalfertilityrate
Affect ______ Rates and _______ Rates: Children as part of the labor force, Cost of raising and educating children, Availability of private and public pension, Urbanization, Educational and employment opportunities for women BirthandFertility
Affect _____ Rates: Life expectancy, Infant mortality rate Death
________ Affects an Area’s Population Size Migration
The ___________ _________________ is increasing rapidly and may soon bump up against environmental limits. HumanPopulation

population dynamics crossword puzzle

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Description

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

World Population Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How many people live on Earth? 7 billion
How many people have lived on Earth? 108 billion
When did the population hit 6 billion? 1999
When did the population hit 1 billion? 1800s
What is the most popular girls name? Mary
What is the most popular boys name? Mohammed
Something you count when people are born? Birth Rate
Something you count when people die? Death rate
You live in the countryside? Rural
You live in a city? Urban
The movement of people? Migration
Someone who moves into an area from elsewhere? Immigrant
Someone who moves from one place to another to live? Migrant

Biology Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The sexual or asexual process by which organisms generate new individuals of the same kind; procreation. reproduction
Is a biological principle that follows a format in which a population of life forms grows at a faster rate when the population is larger. exponential growth
Occurs when the growth rate decreases as the population reaches carrying capacity. Carrying capacity is the maximum number of individuals in a population that the environment can support. logistic growth
A nerve cell that conducts impulses from a sense organ to the central nervous system. sensory
Pertains to the number of a species that an environment can sustain, considering the limiting factors at play (e.g. food, water, competition, etc.). ... Accordingly, the carrying capacity is the population size at which the population growth rate equals zero. carrying captivity
Organisms that depend only on green plants or plant produce for their nutrition. For Example: Cow, goat, rabbit, etc. herbivore
Is the balanced state of having adequate biological defenses to fight infection, disease, or other unwanted biological invasion, while having adequate tolerance to avoid allergy, and autoimmune diseases. immunity
The sum total of the physical and chemical processes in an organism by which oxygen is conveyed to tissues and cells, and the oxidation products, carbon dioxide and water, are given off. respiration
Is an interaction between organisms or species in which both the species are harmed. Limited supply of at least one resource (such as food, water, and territory) used by both can be a factor. competition
As the irreversible increase in the dry mass of an organism. It is brought about by an increase in cell size or number. In plants, growth occurs throughout the lifetime of the plant. growth
Loss of volume of a liquid by conversion into vapor. evaporation
The act or means of moving molecules or ions across (cell membrane) or through (bloodstream) (general) The movement (of something) from one place to another. transportation
Is made up of plants, animals, microorganisms, soil, rocks, minerals, water sources and the local atmosphere interacting with one another ecosystem
Food, or any nourishing substance assimilated by an organism, and required for growth, repair, and normal metabolism. nutrient
A bipedal primate belonging to the genus Homo, especially Homo sapiens. adjective. Of, pertaining to, having the attributes of, a being belonging to the species of the Homo sapiens. human
The loss or removal of nitrogen or nitrogen compounds; specifically : reduction of nitrates or nitrites commonly by bacteria (as in soil) that usually results in the escape of nitrogen into the air. denitrification
The conversion of atmospheric nitrogen into a combined form (as ammonia) through chemical and especially biological action (as that of soil rhizobia) nitrogenfixation
The complex process by which carbon dioxide, water, and certain inorganic salts are converted into carbohydrates by green plants, algae, and certain bacteria, using energy from the sun and chlorophyll. photosynthesis
Resources are environmental conditions that limit the growth, abundance, or distribution of an organism or a population of organisms in an ecosystem. limiting fACTORS
Any factor limiting the size of a population whose effect is dependent on the number of individuals in the population. For example, disease will have a greater effect in limiting the growth of a large population, since overcrowding facilitates its spread. density dependent
Is an organism that eats another organism. predator prey relationships
Is a high-energy molecule found in every cell. Its job is to store and supply the cell with needed energy. atp
Factors that lead to population growth: ... rate at which individuals enter or leave a population. immigration (definition) the process of individuals moving into a range from elsewhere. immigration
Migration from a place (especially migration from your native country in order to settle in another).Pertaining to animals that are moving away from their natural environment into another geographical niche. emigration
A group of organisms of one species that interbreed and live in the same place at the same time population