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Do now – significance of today?. What is this?. Reminder of Homework. Vocab Words – Reminder - Quiz Friday. 56. Easter Island 57. Aerobic cellular respiration 58. Precipitation 59. Potential Energy 60. Kinetic Energy FCA Essay Due today in class. Hard copy.

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Do now significance of today

Do now – significance of today?

  • What is this?


Reminder of homework

Reminder of Homework

  • Vocab Words – Reminder - Quiz Friday.

  • 56. Easter Island

  • 57. Aerobic cellular respiration

  • 58. Precipitation

  • 59. Potential Energy

  • 60. Kinetic Energy

  • FCA Essay Due today in class. Hard copy.

  • Re-reading from the text – all of Chapter 8 pages, be ready to cover it fairly quickly Thursday.

  • Friday – Read pages Chapter 9 pages 223 - 233


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  • How to write an Essay – Step one:

  • In August of 1914, the opening shots of “the Great War” were fired, but these hostilities seemed to surprise no one in Europe or anywhere else in the world. The aggression started long before the opening shots in the late summer of 1914. The eruption of World War I was destined to happen and the causes of the outbreak were the imperialistic rivalry among the European powers, the rampant nationalism, and Social Darwinism. If the European powers could have foreseen the collision course that their leaders set in motion, millions of innocent lives may have been spared as well as preventing the political upheaval, which lead to the outbreak of World War II.


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  • China’s One Child policy

  • Why was it instituted? When was it instituted and why then?

  • What are the issues with it?

  • Does the US have a form of population control? Explain

  • What are the issues with a rapidly growing population?


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  • Birth Rate:

  • 19 births/1,000 population

  • 131.4 million births per year

  • 360,000 births per day

  • 15,000 births each hour

  • 250 births each minute

  • 4 births each second of every day

  • Death Rate:

  • 8 deaths/1,000 population

  • 55.3 million people die each year

  • 151,600 people die each day

  • 6316 people die each hour

  • 105 people die each minute

  • almost 2 people die each second


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  • Population Clock

  • http://www.ibiblio.org/lunarbin/worldpop


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  • Thomas Malthus – who is he and why is he important?

  • Paul Ehrlich – who is he and why is he important?

  • One prediction that they had was: “population growth has indeed contributed to famine, disease, and conflict.” Is this true?


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  • Strong nations tend to have slow population growth. Why?

  • What is IPAT?

  • Impact = Population x Affluence x technology, sometimes add S for sensitivity, meaning development in a sensitive area.

  • Demography? What is it?


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  • Age Structure diagrams


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  • Populations are determined by:

  • Birth rate, death rate, immigration rate and emigration rates.

  • TFR – Total Fertility Rates:

  • Average number of children born per woman her lifetime

  • RF – Replacement Fertility:

  • Think of your family. If you an only child then negative growth, one sibling then zero growth..


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  • Transition Demographics – explain the chart below


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