Geography Population Change

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Birth rate.
The number of live babies born per thousand of the population per year.
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Death rate.
The number of deaths per thousand in a year.
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Natural increase
When birth rate exceeds death rate causing population to grow.
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Natural decrease
When the death rate exceeds the birth rate causing a decrease in population.
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Stage 1 of the DTM
High birthrate and death rate which is constantly fluctuating. Poor healthcare and no contraceptives make it so. The population growth is 0.
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What is the population structure for stage 1?
The population consist mainly of young people.
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Stage 2 DTM
Birth rate stays the same because of no contraception and an agriculturally based economy. Death rate falling due to medicine. Growth high.
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What is the population structure for stage 2?
Even though increased life expectancy there are still more young people than old.
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Stage 3 DTM
Birth rate rapidly falling due to the emancipation of women and contraceptives now a thing and better education. women work instead of producing babies.
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population structure?
high growth , more people living to be older.
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Stage 4 DTM
low birth rate, death rate low and fluctuating .
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population structure?
even more people living to be older.
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Sage 5.
birth rate slowly falling ( less money for kids people are looking after elderly relatives) , death rate low and fluctuating. Population growth is negative.
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population structure?
more elderly than youth.
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Name the economic impacts of rapid population growth.
increase in unemployment due to the large number of people. Increased poverty as more people are born into poverty.
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name the social impacts,
Healthcare services cannot cope with numbers. Children have to work to support large families and miss out on education. Shanty towns like Kibera. Food shortage,
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Political impacts.
Most of the population consist of young people so h
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The number of deaths per thousand in a year.

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Death rate.

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When birth rate exceeds death rate causing population to grow.

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When the death rate exceeds the birth rate causing a decrease in population.

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High birthrate and death rate which is constantly fluctuating. Poor healthcare and no contraceptives make it so. The population growth is 0.

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