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5 (b) Study
Study Figure
Fig 6 which is a newspaper extract dated 28 August 2009, about population
change in the United Kingdom.
Figure 6
NEW BABY BOOM PUSHES UK Yet despite the surge in fertility rates, the
POPULATION ABOVE 61 MILLION FOR country's overall population would still be
THE FIRST TIME /S-A«\ shrinking if it were not for immigration, the
/ ONS said. Births are increasing because
A baby boom fuelled by rising fertility rates women born in Britain are having more
and immigration has pushed the babies and also because the number of
population of the United Kingdom to more women of child-bearing age has risen by
than 61 million for the first time. More than 20 per cent because of immigration since
a quarter of a million children were born 2001.
last year as fertility rates reached the
highest levels in a generation, figures from The ONS said no single reason could be
the Office for National Statistics (ONS) given for the changes in fertility but
showed. suggested that it could be due to a baby
boom among women in their 30s.
For the first time in almost a decade,
population change caused by the number Better support for families including tax
of births and deaths overtook immigration credits and more generous maternity leave
as the main driver of the rising numbers in may also be a factor behind the increase,
the country. the ONS said.
© The Times 08.2009
Using Figure 6, describe and comment on the causes of recent population change in
the United Kingdom.
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5 (b) Study Figure 8 which gives information on infant mortality rate and GDP per capita for
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SECTION B
Answer Question 5 and one other question from this section.
5 POPULATION CHANGE Total for this question: 30 marks
5 (a) Figure 6 shows population migration change in countries in the European Union
(EU) between 2004 and 2005.…read more

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5 (a) (i) Describe the pattern shown in Figure 6.
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(b) Figure 7a shows the population structure of the UK in 2001, whilst Figure 7b
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(b) Describe the population structure shown in Figure 7 a and outline the likely impact
of the Eastern European workers registered in the UK on this population structure.
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(b) Describe the population structure shown in Figure 7 a and outline the likely impact
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4 HOT DESERT ENVIRONMENTS AND THEIR MARGINS
4 (a) Study Figure 4 which shows a desert landscape in Death Valley, California.
Figure 4
I Zone A
ZoneB
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