Chapter 9 Environmental ScienceLThe average number of children to which a woman gives birth in her lifetime.7GDiagram which shows how much of a population survives to a certain age./The death rate of infants less than a year old. &Movement of individuals between areas. 6International Conference on Population and Developmentd OAreas surrounding cities where people can live but still work in nearby cities.k 3The number of babies born each year per 1000 women. 9Curve on a survivorship curve in which many children die.1 CThe distribution of ages in a certain population at a certain time. <The basic services and facilities which support a community.nCountries in which there are few signs of development and may have both high death rates and high birth rates.YPThe percentage of members of a group which are likely to survive to a given age. 5Land which can be used for agriculture to grow crops.)Growth rate which increases every decade.N Movement out of an area. *The third stage of demographic transition. aCountry which has slow population growth, higher average incomes, and industrial based economies. WGraph which enables researchers to compare age and sex distribution within a population<A model which describes how how changes in population occur. (The 4th stage of demographic transition.:The geographic location of most of the world's population.}fThe average number of children each parent must have in order to "replace" themselves in a population.<The average number of years an individual is likely to live.KCurve on a survivorship curve in which most members survive to be very old. *The first stage in demographic transition. +The second stage in demographic transition. The study of populationsn 1migration of people from rural areas into cities. rCountry which has higher population growth rate, lower average income, and simple or agricultural based economies. Migration into an area. ISurvivorship curve in which the death rate is similar in all age groups. P D P TOTALFERTILITYRATE O P M A S SURVIVORSHIPCURVE S T L L G E I I INFANTMORTALITY P MIGRATION F T Y A L D E ICPD P SUBURBANSPRAWL U E O E H C P S X N O I FERTILITYRATE P P N C M R E R E Y E TYPETHREE A I I C R R N D N N A T A AGESTRUCTURE S D L A M U N L M I U N INFRASTRUCTURE O T S C D B I V G I T Y LEASTDEVELOPED R O R N I L A N I D SURVIVORSHIP P ARABLE E T Z N M H L L V Y A M Y EXPONENTIAL I L E I G O T O EMIGRATION P W N A I O INDUSTRIAL N I G DEVELOPED N
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