GeoTerms: Japan Population
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physiologic population density
the population of a country divided by its arable land area
arithmetic population density
the population of a country divided by its total land area
how many people that live in a certain area
where people live in a country, whether crowded together in cities or spread out across the countryside
a huge destructive wave
To save space, many Japanese families will use this practice with their dead.
Families that are larger than just children and their parents.
Families that are just children and their parents.
creating flat areas on a hill or mountain side for farming
Any useful resource found in nature such as wood, oil, or water.
land consisting of marshes or swamps; saturated land.
The average age that someone could expect to live to.
per capita income
The average amount money a person makes in a given area.
The amount of time that someone spends traveling to and from work.
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