10 Population and the environment

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Question 1

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Key Terms: population distribution: the [blank_start]pattern[blank_end] of where people [blank_start]live[blank_end] population [blank_start]density[blank_end]: the [blank_start]number[blank_end] of [blank_start]people[blank_end] living in an area, usually given as the [blank_start]number[blank_end] of [blank_start]people[blank_end] per km^2 fertility rate: sometimes called total fertility rate (TFR), this is the [blank_start]average[blank_end] number of children that are born to a [blank_start]woman[blank_end] during [blank_start]her[blank_end] lifetime
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  • pattern
  • location
  • address
  • number
  • type
  • age
  • live
  • are housed
  • number
  • age
  • type
  • people
  • children
  • people
  • children
  • density
  • of children
  • average
  • mean
  • mode
  • median
  • woman
  • man
  • her
  • his

Question 2

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what is the most common way that population is distributed
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  • People are evenly spread about
  • People are found in clusters around towns and cities

Question 3

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what are some examples of human population measures?
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  • Birth Rate
  • fertility rate
  • death rate
  • infant mortality
  • life expectancy
  • break even rate
  • centimeters
  • meters

Question 4

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what key elements within the physical environment determine the characteristics and rates of change within a population
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  • Climate
  • Soils
  • Topography
  • Resource distributions
  • built environment
  • type of trees in the area
  • type of plants in the area

Question 5

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Key term: exponential growth: when the rate of increase becomes [blank_start]ever more rapid[blank_end] in proportion to the size of the population
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  • ever more rapid
  • slower than historical records

Question 6

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What were the most populous countries in 2015?
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  • China
  • India
  • USA
  • Indonesia
  • Brazil
  • Russia

Question 7

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what country saw their population growth rate fall between 2011-15 annually?
Answer
  • Germany
  • Japan
  • UK
  • Brazil

Question 8

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what leads to the exploration, exploitation and development of new resources?
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  • depletion of energy resources
  • curiosity of populations
  • low population in a place

Question 9

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Key term: food security: when people [blank_start]have[blank_end] enough affordable and [blank_start]nutritious[blank_end] food to eat
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  • have
  • do not have
  • nutritious
  • flavoursome

Question 10

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how much of the usable land on the planet is used to grow food? [blank_start]around 1/2[blank_end]
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  • around 1/2
  • 1/4
  • 1/2
  • 3/4
  • all of it
  • around 1/4

Question 11

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what food production trends have arisen?
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  • much of our global food supply originates in Asia. Asian countries produce the most of our cereal crops, wheat, rice, sugar, meat, milk and fish
  • South America grows the most oil crops
  • North America grows the most coarse grain (used for animal feed and brewing)
  • Europeans grow the most barley and are the second biggest producers of pork, milk and fish
  • South America grows the most coarse grain (used for animal feed and brewing)
  • North America grows the most oil crops

Question 12

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The [blank_start]countries[blank_end] that produce the most food are not always the countries that [blank_start]consume[blank_end] the most food. Trade between different [blank_start]nations[blank_end] enables the food produced in one country to be transported elsewhere.
Answer
  • countries
  • cities
  • towns
  • villages
  • continents
  • counties
  • consume
  • waste
  • nations
  • cities
  • towns

Question 13

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Food consumption is measured through calorie [blank_start]intake[blank_end]; an average person needs to consume between [blank_start]2000[blank_end] and [blank_start]2500[blank_end] calories a day in order to maintain their [blank_start]weight[blank_end] and remain healthy. Average calorie intake for every part of the world has [blank_start]increased[blank_end] since the 1990s and is expected to continue to [blank_start]rise[blank_end] by 2030.
Answer
  • intake
  • output
  • 2000
  • 1500
  • 200
  • 2200
  • 2500
  • 2000
  • 2200
  • 2150
  • weight
  • fat stores
  • increased
  • decreased
  • rise
  • fall

Question 14

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what countries are expected to see the highest increase in calorie intake between 2015 and 2030?
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  • 1. South Asia (+200)
  • 2. Sub-Saharan Africa (+180)
  • 3. Latin America and the Caribbean (+160)
  • 1. Sub-Saharan Africa (+200)
  • 2. South Asia (+180)
  • 2. Latin America and the Caribbean (+180)

Question 15

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Key terms: [blank_start]malnutrition[blank_end]: consuming an unsuitable amount of energy, protein and nutrients [blank_start]under-nutrition[blank_end]: consuming too [blank_start]little[blank_end] food, leading to [blank_start]loss[blank_end] of body weight [blank_start]depth of the food deficit[blank_end]: a measure of the difference between [blank_start]average[blank_end] food consumption and [blank_start]average[blank_end] food requirements
Answer
  • little
  • much
  • malnutrition
  • under-nutrition
  • depth of the food deficit
  • under-nutrition
  • malnutrition
  • depth of the food deficit
  • depth of the food deficit
  • malnutrition
  • under-nutrition
  • loss
  • an increase
  • average
  • maximum
  • average
  • minimum

Question 16

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People in [blank_start]industrialised[blank_end] countries consume [blank_start]more[blank_end] calories than they need. The world health organisation (WHO) has identified a '[blank_start]double[blank_end] burden of malnutrition' whereby HIC's and LIC's are both facing malnutrition. People in HICs are eating food that is [blank_start]high[blank_end] in calories but [blank_start]low[blank_end] in nutrients.
Answer
  • industrialised
  • unindustrialised
  • more
  • less
  • double
  • triple
  • high
  • low
  • low
  • high