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Frederick Law Olmsted, 1822-1903

Frederick Law Olmsted, 1822-1903

Frederick Law Olmsted, 1822-1903. Tomorrow, after lunch, we will be visiting the Back Bay Fens , a portion of the “Emerald Necklace” of parks created for the city of Boston by Frederick Law Olmsted in the 1880's.

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Population Density

Population Density

Population Density. Population density: The number of humans who live in an area, per square mile (or kilometer). Country A has an area of 10,000 square miles. There are 1 million people who live in Country A. # of people ÷ # of square miles = density.

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Population Density

Population Density

Population Density. Exploring the relationship between population and land area. Population in 2005. The population of the world by the end of 2005 will be approximately 6,464,750,000 people. The population density of the world in 2005 is 48 people per square kilometer. Population in 2050.

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Population Density

Population Density

Population Density. The number of organisms per unit area. United States or New York City?. Which has a higher population size? Which has a higher population density?. 3 Types of Dispersion. Fig. 4.2 Uniform Clumped Random. What type of dispersion….?. White-tailed deer? Black bear?

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Population Density

Population Density

Population Density. Population density is total population size per unit of area. Population densities depend on: Interactions within the environment Quality of habitat Density dependent factors Density independent factors

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Population Density

Population Density

Population Density. Refers to the number of people in a certain area of land Formula to calculate: Population ÷ Land area = # of people / km 2 NL for example: (Population) ÷ (Land Area) = # ppl/ km 2 551,792 ÷ 405,720 km 2 = 1.36 That is there is: 1.36 people/ km 2.

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Higher Population

Higher Population

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Succession-Population Density

Succession-Population Density

Succession-Population Density. Building a ecosystem and how crowded it gets. Ecosystems are always changing due to natural and human disturbances. As things change old inhabitants die out and new organisms move in.

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Brazil's Population Density

Brazil's Population Density

Brazil's Population Density. Calculate the population density for each of the states in Brazil and sort them into an order…highest down to lowest. Note what the average for the whole of Brazil is. Work out suitable intervals. Describing…. Describe the population density of Brazil.

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Describing population density

Describing population density

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Population Density & Population Distribution

Population Density & Population Distribution

Population Density & Population Distribution. Population Density. Which photograph has a high population density?. Population Density. = Total number of people per unit area of land. Calculation of Population Density. Total resident in 1997 = 3736700 Total land area = 647.8 sq km.

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