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  Population density - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Population density is a measurement of population per unit area or unit volume.
Population density is a common biological measurement and is often used by conservationists as a more appropriate measure than absolute numbers.
City population is however, heavily dependent on the definition used for the urban area: densities will be far higher for the central municipality than when more recently-developed and as yet administratively unincorporated suburbs are included, as in the concepts of agglomeration or metropolitan area, the latter including sometimes neighbouring cities.
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  List of countries by population density - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of countries and dependencies by population density in inhabitants/km².
Note that figures are simply estimates of population divided by total surface area and should not be considered either as reflecting density in the urban sense or as indicative of the ability of a territory’s land to support human habitation.
The UN figure is not consistent with the figure based on dividing the population by the area.
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 Population density - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Population density is a common biological measurement and is often used by conservationists as a more appropriate measure than absolute numbers.
The most densely populated large state is Bangladesh, where 134 million people live in a highly agricultural area around the lower Ganges river, with a national population density in excess of 1000 persons per square kilometer.
City population is however, heavily dependent on the definition used for the urban area: densities will be far higher for the central municipality than when more recently-developed and as yet administratively unincorporated suburbs are included, as in the concepts of agglomeration or metropolitan area, the latter including sometimes neighbouring cities.
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 List of countries by population - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This is a list of sovereign states and other territories by population, with population figures estimated for 1 July 2005 (rounded to the nearest 1,000).
The list includes all sovereign states and dependent territories recognized by the United Nations plus the territory under the effective control of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
List of countries and capitals in native languages
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 EZGeography - Category:Lists of countries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
List of countries and capitals in native languages
List of countries and territories by public debt
List of countries and territories by reserves of foreign exchange and gold
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 Ask Us A Question   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In biology, plant and animal populations are studied, in particular, in a branch of ecology known as population biology, and in population genetics.
Populate, as a verb, means the process of increasing the population of a geographic area, as by procreation or immigration.
Population transfer is a policy by which a state forces the movement of a large group of people from one region to another, often on the basis of their ethnicity or religion.
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 Population density - Wikipedia
Note that population density, according to this definition, depends on the scale of the sampling area used, and is hard to define as a real-valued continuous function over the area in question.
Commonly this may be calculated for a county, city, country or the entire world, see List of countries by population density.
Cities with high population density are usually considered in the condition of overpopulation.
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 List of countries by population - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of sovereign states and other territories by population, using the most recently available official figures.
Because such figures are not collected at the same time in every country, or with the same level of accuracy, the resulting rankings may be misleading.
^ Consists of the bailiwicks of Guernsey (with a population as of the 2001 census of 62,101) and Jersey (with a population as of the 2001 census of 87,186)
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 List of countries by area   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
See also List of countries List of countries by population List of countries by population density List of countries by continent List of countries by date of nationhood Orders of magnitude (area).
The 193 countries in the list are 191 United Nations member states plus the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the Holy Sée (Vatican City).
The list also shows the 11 countries have a total of 66 dependencies of 23 are not permanently inhabited and therefore in the List of countries by population.
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 List of countries by population Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This is a list of sovereign states and other territories by population, using the most recently available official figures.
The list includes all sovereign states and dependent territories recognized by the United Nations plus seven sovereign states that are not.
The EU is not a country, but has many of the features of a confederal state such as a central administration, a parliament, a superior judiciary, a common market, a common currency (used by approximately 60% of its population)
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 List of countries by population   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In the list dependent or occupied areas are listed the country which governs the area; the population is also given but the list ordered according to the populations excluding dependencies occupied areas.
See also: List of countries List of countries by area List of countries by population density List of countries by continent List of most populous nations by 2025 List of countries by date of nationhood
The 193 countries in the list are 191 United Nations member states as well as Taiwan and Vatican Thus the UK being one member state considered one country in the list.
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 Population density
Note that population density, according to this definition, depends on the scale of the sampling area used, and is hard to define as a real-valued continuous function over the area in question.
For human beings, population density is the number of persons per unit of area (which may include or exclude inland water), though it may also be expressed in relation to habitable, inhabited, productive (or potentially productive) or cultivated area.
The most densely populated large state is Bangladesh, where 134 million people live in a highly agricultural area around the lower Ganges river, with a national population density in excess of 900 persons per km².
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 Population Of Spain -- Recommendations and Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In population dynamics, size, age and sex structure, mortality, reproductive behaviour, and growth of a population are studied.
Populate as a verb means the process of populating a geographic area, as by procreation or immigration.
Populism is a political philosophy or rhetorical style that holds that the common person is oppressed by the "elite" in society, and that the instruments of the State need to be grasped from this self-serving elite and used for the benefit and advancement of the people as a whole.
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 Bambooweb: List of countries by population
In the main list dependent or occupied areas are listed under the country which governs the area; the total population is also given, but the list is ordered according to the populations excluding dependencies and occupied areas.
List of countries by population with dependencies shown with the main country
The 193 countries in the list are the 191 United Nations member states, as well as Taiwan and Vatican City.
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 Houston Texas - Houston-Texas.Org
Population density is a common biological measurement and is often used by conservationists and sociobiologists as a more appropriate measure than population size.
For humans, population density is the number of persons per unit of area (which may include or exclude cultivated or potentially productive area).
Therefore the world-wide human population density is 6.5 billion / 510 million = 13 per km² (33 per sq mi), or 43 per km² (112 per sq mi) considering that humans live on land, which forms 150 million km² (58 million sq mi) of the earth.
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 List of countries by population - Simple English Wikipedia
This is a list of countries by population.
Countries with the least people are at the bottom.
Also see: List of countries, List of countries by area, List of countries by population density, List of countries by continent, List of most populous nations by 2025, List of countries by date of nationhood, Thirty most populous cities in the world
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 Population
Populations are studied, in particular, in a branch of ecology known as population biology, and in population genetics.
Study of populations is almost always governed by the laws of probability, and the conclusions of the studies may thus not always be applicable to some individuals.
Population decline is a decrease in a region's population.
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 The Population Implosion
One of the most arresting cases of population aging in the developing world is set to unfold in China, where relatively high levels of life expectancy, together with fertility levels suppressed by the government's resolute and radical population control policies, are transforming the country's population structure.
With populations today totaling three quarters of a billion people and accounting for one eighth of the world's population, these countries are strikingly diverse in terms of location, history, and material attainment.
Given the region's current and prospective patterns of childbearing, the subcontinent's population totals in 2025 may prove to be unexpectedly insensitive to the scope or scale of the disasters looming ahead.
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 The Fateful Fizzle of the Population Bomb | The New America Foundation
Birthrates around the world are in free fall, and a growing list of countries face absolute population decline in the very near term.
This doesn't mean the population is about to fall anytime soon in the Middle East but it does mean that these populations are going to change their character dramatically.
Japan will probably lose population this year in absolute terms and then a compounding curve of population law takes over so that Japan by the end of the century may easily be one-third smaller than it is today.
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 List of countries by population
See also: List of countries by population in 2005, List of countries by population in 1907
The list includes all sovereign states and dependent territories recognized by the United Nations plus the 7 sovereign states that are not.
The EU is not considered a country, but shows many features of a confederal state, such as a central administration, a parliament, a superior judiciary, a single market, a single currency
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for List of countries by population   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area.
Friedrich List first popularized the idea of a combination to abolish the customs barriers that were inhibiting trade among the numerous states of the German Confederation.
Below-replacement fertility expected in 75 per cent of developing countries by year 2050 according to UN population report.
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 Xah: Population under the Firmament
Africa in general is the world's most over populated place with regards to subsistence, and the politics there one of most chaotic and corrupt, probably worse than Middle East.
pop_density.txt Density by Country is not a good indicator because countries vary greatly in size and the population distribution.
This is a good list to tell which place in the world are most densely packed by human animals.
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 Population Connection : Title of Page
Countries around the world are beginning to understand the importance of investing in children.
It is important to understand that while the problems faced by children in developing countries are of a basic and fundamental nature – the lack of nutrition, immunization, education or hygiene – children in the developed world face different but real threats every day.
A stable population – zero population growth –; is an objective to strive for, since a stable population often translates into overall stability.
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 Business & Finance Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
With an ever-increasing population and fast depleting fuels there are two claimants: the large population of poor countries and the small population of rich countries.
The large size of population and smaller size of GDP taken together result in per capita incomes which are abysmally low and indicate the severity of poverty in these countries.
Population having no excess to clean water is placed at 1.5 billion or 20 per cent of the total.
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