GCSE AQA Geography A - Human Geography

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Flashcards on GCSE AQA Geography A - Human Geography, created by Izzy T on 05/12/2016.
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Define birth rate. The number of live birth a year per 1000 of the population.
Define death rate. The number of deaths a year per 1000 of the population.
What will happen to the overall population if the death rate is larger than the birth rate? Natural decrease in the population.
What will happen to the overall population if the birth rate is larger than the death rate? Natural increase in the population.
Give reasons for an increase in birth rates. Better hygiene levels, more safe drinking water, better food resources, absence of disease,
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