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Crude Birth Rate- Total number of births for every 1000 people alive.
Crude Death Rate- Total number of deaths per year for every 1000 people alive.
Natural Increase Rate- Percent by which population grows by year. Excludes migration.
1. Put CBR and CDR into percentages
Doubling Time- Number of years it would take to double a population.
Total Fertility Rate- Average number of children a woman will have. Used to measure number of births in a society.
Infant Mortality Rate- Annual Number of deaths of infants under one year of age. Reflects healthcare of society.
Life expectancy at birth measures average number of years a newborn infant can expect to live at current mortality levels.
How populations increase and grow naturally:
CBR, CDR, NIR, and DT.
How some societies can grow more rapidly than others:
Why some societies might rely on more births to sustain population numbers:
IMR and Life Expectancy.
The scientific study of population characteristics. It helps geographers understand the spatial distribution of people from different perspectives, including
age, gender, occupation, fertility, health, and other factors.
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